IACS Recruitment 2020: Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science has advertised the Latest Jobs Notification for the Recruitment of Research Associate-I Vacancies. As per the IACS Recruitment 2020, candidates having qualifications of B.SC, M.Sc and PhD are eligible. Eligible and interested candidates can make use of the wonderful opportunity to acquire the job. Hopeful aspirants can also check other information like selection process, application fee and more details as described below. All the job seekers and talented aspirants may keep visiting our official web page for further job notifications over IACS, as sequenced below.
Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science has released the jobs notification to fulfil the 01 Research Associate-I Vacancy. Candidates, who have done B.Sc, M.Sc and PhD Degree and eagerly looking for a job in the field of government sector may apply. Interested candidates may walk-in-interview on the scheduled date of an interview.. However, hopeful aspirants can go through further details like eligibility criteria, age limit, selection process and more details as viewed below.
|Name of the Post||Educational Qualifications||No. of Vacancies|
|Research Associate-I||B.Sc, M.Sc and PhD Degree||01|
How to Apply:
School of Chemical Sciences,
Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS),
Kolkata - 700032.
|Notification Date||19th Feb 2020|
|Date and Time of Interview||13th March 2020|
To Download Official Notification: CLICK HERE
About Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS): Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS) was incorporated on 29 July 1876 and located at Jadavpur in Kolkata. IACS is the oldest scientific institution in Asia funded by the Department of Science & Technology, Government of India and the Government of West Bengal. IACS is an institute of higher learning in Kolkata, India and the Ministry of Human Resource Development announced that IACS had been granted the status of Deemed University under De-novo Category under section 3 of the University Grants Commission (UGC) Act 1956.
The institute emphasizes PhD programmes, the degree being provided by IACS itself. There is also a full-fledged Integrated PhD programme for post-bachelor students. The IACS was headed by a President, with the Honorary Secretary responsible for the day-to-day running of the Society. Workshops and Symposia in various fields are organized frequently by the Institute. IACS actively participate in advanced schools like those conducted by the Science and Engineering Research Council (SERC) of the Department of Science and Technology (DST). The Institute actively encourages its members to collaborate with scientists elsewhere and provides the required help.
After getting Deemed to be University status by UGC, the department structure has been replaced by School Structure. At present, there are six schools and about 70 working scientists in IACS. One important distinctive aspect of IACS is the presence of a majority of the young scientist, who are bringing new research areas and directions to IACS. Nobel laureate Sir C.V. Raman did his groundbreaking work in Raman effect in this institute. Apart from the works of C.V. Raman and K.S. Krishnan in Optics, IACS has produced several important paradigms in modern science. The Council has the functions, duties and powers as envisaged in the Memorandum and By-Laws and as per the provisions of the relevance Act.
The Governing Council plays an important role as it is the apex policy-making and decision making authority of the Association, is proactively engaged in entering into an arrangement with the government ministries and agencies, both in the centre and the state and also from industries and international sources for securing and accepting grants-in-aid to the Association on mutually agrees terms and conditions. The Council also governs the functioning of the societal parts of the Association and the Council submits to the Annual General Meeting the report on the progress of the Association. It is also empowered to undertake any other activity that might be deemed suitable for the progress of the Association.