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  • Institute Post Doctoral Positions at the Chemistry Department
    • Congratulations to Ms. Ekta Jakhar (2016CYZ8242), a Ph.D. student of Prof. Ravi Shankar group, for being conferred with the best flash presentation award in "16th conference of the asian crystallographic association", National University of Singapore held during 15-20 Dec, 2019.

      The department cordially welcomes our new staff Mr. Binit Kar as a Senior Lab Assistant. He joined the department on 18.12.2019. Mr. Kar is from Kolkata, West Bengal and he is M.Sc. in Chemistry.

      The department cordially welcomes our new staff Ms. Poonam as a Senior Lab Assistant. She joined the department on 03.12.2019. Poornima home town is in Kannauj, Uttar Pradesh and her qualification is M.Tech.

      The department cordially welcomes our new staff Mr. Manoj as a Senior Lab Assistant. He joined the department on 29.11.2019. Mr. Manoj is from Gharaunda (Karnal), Haryana and he is M.Sc. in Chemistry.

      The department cordially welcomes our new staff Mr. Sandeep as a Senior Lab Assistant. He joined the department on 22.11.2019. Sandeep native place is Bihar and he is M.Sc. in Chemistry.

      The department cordially welcomes our new staff Ms. Poornima Kamboj as a Senior Lab Assistant. She joined the department on 18.11.2019. Poornima home town is in Faridabad, Haryana and her qualification is M.Sc. (Chemistry).

      The department cordially welcomes our new colleague Dr. Subrata Kundu (Assistant Professor). His broad area of research is Inorganic Chemistry.

      The department cordially welcomes our new colleague Dr. Soumik Siddhanta (Assistant Professor). His expertise includes Physical Chemistry, Nanomaterials, Molecular Spectroscopy.

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