National Physical Laboratory announces organisation of SERC School on “Atmospheric Chemistry and Air Pollution”

National Physical Laboratory announces organisation of SERC School on “Atmospheric Chemistry and Air Pollution”
New Delhi – 110012.

Government of India (Gol),
Department of Science & Technology.

Call for participation in SERC school on Atmospheric Chemistry and Air Pollution to be held at National Physical Laboratory.

Program Period: 2 – 22 March 2010

For this school 25 participants from all over the country will be selected based on the following criteria :

Eligibility:

A degree of M.Sc. in Physics / Chemistry / Atmospheric Science / Environmental Sciences / Electronic Science, Geographies or equivalent or BE / B.Tech in Civil Engineering / Environmental Engineering / Electronics with at least one year experience relevant to the field of atmospheric science / Experience in handling experimental facilities / equipments will be given additional weightage.

Age Limit: Less than 35 years on 1 March 2010.

The faculty for the course will consist of eminent scientists / teachers / specialist drawn from various scientific institutions in the country.

Applications as per proforma given below should be sent through proper channel to:

Dr. S. K. Sarkar, Course Director,
SERC School on Atmospheric Chemistry and Air Pollution,
Radio and Atmospheric Sciences Division,
National Physical Laboratory,
Dr. K.S. Krishnan Road,
New Delhi – 110012,
Phone: 011 – 4560 8378,
Fax: 011 – 4560 9310,
Email: sercschool2010@nplindia.org.

Candidates selected will be paid actual travel fare limited to AC-3 tier rail fare and D.A. as per Gol norms.

Last Date for Receipt of Application 31 December 2009.