BITS Hyderabad Bioprocess Tech JRF Vacancy | BITS Recruits @ helpBIOTECH ~ helpBIOTECH

25 July 2016

BITS Hyderabad Bioprocess Tech JRF Vacancy | BITS Recruits @ helpBIOTECH

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Junior Research Fellowship in Anaerobic Digestion

Applications are invited from eligible candidates to work as Junior Research Fellow in the following project funded by Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council (BIRAC)

Title: Co-treatment of domestic septage and municipal solid waste landfill leachate using drythermophilic anaerobic digestion for the production of bioenergy and biofertilizer

Principal Investigator: Prof. P. Sankar Ganesh, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences 

Duration: 2 years (Extendable)

Position Available: Junior Research Fellow (JRF)

Number of Positions Available: ONE

Essential Qualifications: Candidate must satisfy at least ONE of the following criteria: (i) ME/ MTech in Environmental Engineering/ Bioprocess Technology/ Biochemical Engineering/ Biotechnology (ii) MPhil in Biotechnology or Environmental Science or Life Sciences (iii) MSc in Biotechnology or Environmental Science or Life Sciences

Desirable Qualifications: (i) Passed CSIR or UGC JRF (ii) Outstanding skill set and hands-on experience in anaerobic digestion of organic wastes Fellowship: Consolidated Rs. 25,000/ month

General Terms and Conditions: Please note that only qualified and suitable candidates will be called for interview to be held at BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus in the Third Week of August 2016. No TA/ DA will be paid for the interview. The position is temporary and coterminous with project.

How to apply: Candidates must email the following documents as a single PDF file on or before 5th August 2016 to (i) Cover letter; (ii) A detailed resume with contact details including mobile/ phone number, email ID, and postal address with two references; (iii) One page “Statement of Purpose”.

More Info : www.bits-pilani.ac.in/uploads/A.Hyd%202014-15/JRF-SRF/JRFDrSankarG23716.pdf

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