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Nansen Environmental Research Centre (India) a recognised research centre of
Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies invites applications from eligible
candidates to work as Junior Research Fellow in a DST funded Research Project
entitled " Atmospheric carbon sequestration potential of trees in Kochi City under the
changing environmental scenario".
Assessment of sequestration potential of trees in Kochi city with the changing
vegetation pattern using Remote Sensing data & techniques, Supplemented by
Stipend: Rs. 25,000/- + HRA (for NET qualified candidates)
Eligibility: Master degree in Environmental Sciences/Atmospheric Sciences/Remote
sensing and GIS with first class/CGPA not less than 6.5 along with NET qualification
or M. Tech with specialisation in Environmental Engineering. Candidates with
research experience in GIS, remote sensing techniques and carbon sequestration
assessment will be given preference.
Age limit: 28 years as on closing date of application.
Interested candidates are requested to submit a detailed CV to Dr.Bindu.G, Principal
Investigator, Carbon Sequestration Project, NERCI., through e-mail:
email@example.com Latest by 29/2/2016.
Date and Time of Interview will be intimated personally through e-mail. Original and
attested photocopies of all documents should be presented at the time of interview.
The project ends by February 2019. The appointment is purely temporary and co-
terminus with the project. No TA & DA will be paid for attending the interview.
Selected candidate can be permitted to register for Ph. D programme of Kerala
University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies, Cochin, subject to the fulfilment of
Vacancies at the Nansen Center in Bergen
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