Applications are invited from Pakistani Nationals for the appointment on the
following position at National Centre of Excellence in Analytical Chemistry,
University of Sindh, Jamshoro under the Competitive Agriculture Research
Fund Program sponsored by Sindh Agriculture Growth Project (SAGP)
entitled “Development of Lure Traps for Botanical/ Biological Management
of the Date Palm Pests” with the following terms and conditions.
Type of Position:
Temporary for two years (One position)
Rs. 20,000/= per
Chemistry (18 years of education) and its allied fields, Specially Organic
Synthesis and Analysis from HEC recognized University/Institute. Working
experience in organic synthesis analytical instrumentation will be
selected candidate will be responsible for the management of onsite
experiments, data collection, report writing and other day to day activities
assigned by the Principal Investigator. Meetings with academic and
industrial partners and finding opportunities for commercialization of
products from the project.
How to apply:
The application form can be
download from the link
Demand draft or online transfer
receipt of Rs.1000/= in favor of PI, DLTBBM Date Palm Pests project
or ABL account No. 0010066600050023.
The duly filled application
forms must be supported with attested copies of educational
testimonials/ certificates, I.D. Card, two recent photographs and
updated Curriculum Vitae.
Incomplete or the applications
received after due date will not be entertained.
The institution reserves the
right for all or any changes.
Complete applications must
reach to the office of Principal Investigator (PI) until 18th
Female candidates are
encouraged to apply.
The institution is not
responsible if call letters are delayed or not received due to any lapse
of Courier Agency/Post Office/Telephonic Message.
No TA/DA is admissible when
called for interview.
For further details
and information, please contact
Principal Investigator or send complete set to; Prof. Dr Shahabuddin Memon,
National Centre of Excellence in Analytical Chemistry, University of Sindh,
Competitive Agriculture Research Fund Program
Sindh Agriculture Growth Project (SAGP)