Last Date:04 & 05 September,2019
Advt No : APP-16/2018
Central Electrochemical Research Institute (CECRI)
Karaikudi (Tamil nadu)
CECRI aka Central Electrochemical Research Institute invites Sarkari Job application for the post of 38 Apprentice. Walk-in-Interview 04 & 05 September 2019. CECRI Recruitment Qualification/eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official website is www.cecri.res.in
Name of the post – Apprentice
No of post – 38
Pay Scale – 7574/- (Per Month)
10th, ITI, Diploma.
General Conditions:bank jobs
- Candidates should have their valid Aadhar Number.
- The candidate has to bring all original certificates, testimonials, mark sheets along with a passport size photograph and selfattested copies of certificates and mark sheets, proof of date of birth (copy of SSLC/HSC), Aadhar Card and duly filled-in application for verification before appearing for Walk-in Interview.
- Selected Candidate will be provided accommodation in the Institute campus and license fee will be levied.
- Successful candidates will be awarded National Apprenticeship Certificate by National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT).
- Any corrigendum/addendum etc. or updates with regard to this advertisement shall be made available on our website: www.cecri.res.in or at (https://cecri.res.in/Opportunities.aspx) ONLY.
- Candidates are advised to periodically visit our website as all future correspondence and latest information with regard to final selection result shall be posted in our website (https://cecri.res.in/Opportunities.aspx) and/or by Email/SMS-alerts.
- The applicant’s candidature would be provisional and subject to subsequent verification of certificates and testimonials. In case, it is detected at any stage of engagement or thereafter, that a candidate does not fulfil the eligibility norms and/or that he/she has furnished any incorrect/ doctored/false information/certificate/documents or has suppressed any material
fact(s), his/her candidature will stand cancelled. If any of these shortcomings is/are detected even after engagement if any, his/her engagement is liable to be terminated.
- The decision of the Director, CSIR-CECRI, Karaikudi will be final and binding on all candidates and on all matters relating to eligibility, acceptance or rejection of the applications, mode of selection, cancellation of the selection process either in part or full, etc. No correspondence/ Interim queries will be entertained in this regard. Filling up of the seats is solely at the discretion of the Director, CSIR-CECRI, Karaikudi based on suitability of candidates and no claim will arise for engagement, if some of these seats are not filled due to unsuitability/ insufficient number of candidates.
- Upon completion of the Apprenticeship period CSIR-CECRI shall have NO obligation to offer employment to such apprentices NOR can an Apprentice claim right for employment on the grounds of completion of Apprenticeship.
- No TA / DA will be paid to attend the interview and No boarding or lodging expenses are admissible.
- Canvassing in any form and /or bringing in any influence, political or otherwise will be treated as a disqualification.
- FOR ANY CLARIFICATION CANDIDATES MAY CONTACT 04565-241219 / 218 DURING OFFICE WORKING HOURS.
- Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), India, established in 1942, is an autonomous Society with the Prime Minister of India as its President. An ensemble of 37 state-of-the-art institutes and 3 distinct units, CSIR is amongst the foremost scientific and industrial research organizations in the world. CSIR’s expertise and experience are embodied in its ~4600 scientists, ~8000 scientific and technical support personnel and ~8000 research students. Having sophisticated infrastructure and scientific and technical manpower, CSIR covers practically the entire spectrum of scientific and industrial R&D of national and international importance. This ranges from aerospace to ocean exploration, micro-electronics to structural and environmental engineering, smart affordable materials to mechatronics, petrochemicals to synthetic biology, and from robotics and micro machines to drugs, pharmaceuticals and energy technology.
- On July 25, 1948, Karaikudi, a hitherto bleak and desolate village in Tamil Nadu, wore a festive look. A mammoth crowd of more than a lakh people gathered to witness the ushering in of a new era in Indian science. It was the day the CSIR-Central Electrochemical Research Institute (CSIR-CECRI) was founded at Karaikudi. The institute took roots in the patriotic fervour of RM. Alagappa Chettiar, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and Dr. Shanthi Swarup Bhatnagar. Fast forward five years, on January 14, 1953, the institution became a reality when Dr. S. Radhakrishnan dedicated CSIR-CECRI, the 12th national laboratory under the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), to the nation.
- Laying the foundation stone of the institute, Pandit Nehru said, “… I believe that by such undertakings and by yoking science to public good we can advance the lot of the people of India enormously.” Today, CSIR-CECRI, a proud family of 700 members (120 of whom are scientists), is the largest research establishment for electrochemistry in South Asia. It serves as a launching pad for a multitude of technologies for the Indian electrochemical industry. The 750 patents, 250 processes, 600 sponsored and grant-in-aid projects, 450 licensee and 5,500 research and review papers that the institute boasts of are ample testimony to its leadership in nation building. Naturally, reflecting on the fact that the inimitable Alagappa Chettiar donated 300 acres of land and Rs.15 lakhs in cash in 1948 to establish a national laboratory devoted solely to electrochemistry at a time when this branch of study was relegated to the flipside of the physical chemistry syllabi in universities, one cannot miss the rare philanthropy and foresightedness of this great visionary.
- Headquartered at Karaikudi, CSIR-CECRI has extension centres in Chennai, Mandapam and Tuticorin. Focusing on Fuel cells, Marine Corrosion and offshore corrosion testing. In living up to its raison d’etre, the institute works on a gamut of problems covering all facets of Electrochemical Science and Technology: Corrosion Science and Engineering, Electrochemical Materials Science, Electrochemical Power Sources, Electrochemical Pollution Control, Fundamental Electro Chemistry, Electro metallurgy, Industrial Metal Finishing, and Nanoscale Electrochemistry.
- CSIR-CECRI’s activities are directed towards the development of new and improved products and processes as well as novel innovations in electrochemical technology. A number of investigations are run in collaboration with laboratories from within and outside India. Agencies that tap CSIR-CECRI’s expertise include small and big private industrial houses as well as government agencies such as atomic energy, defence, environment, space, surface transport, and ocean development. Apart from engaging in basic and applied research, CSIR-CECRI assists the industry by conducting surveys and undertaking consultancy projects. The institute also conducts short-term refresher courses for the benefit of industrial houses and educational institutions.
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