A unique opportunity for research careers in Science & Technology CSIR-Central Scientific Instruments Organisation (CSIR-CSIO), Chandigarh, a premier Institute under the Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), is involved in multidisciplinary R&D programmes of both basic and applied nature across scientific disciplines with emphasis on measurement science and instrumentation technologies. The organisation is devoted to R&D activities in the areas of Agri Instrumentation, Biomedical Instrumentation, Optical Devices & Systems, Geoscientific Instrumentation, Precision Mechanical Systems, Analytical Techniques and R&D Support Facilities, Computational Instrumentation, etc. CSIR-CSIO is in the process of recruitment of Scientists/ Senior Scientists to undertake the design & development of scientific and industrial instruments covering above mentioned areas and manage projects, intellectual outputs, technology transfers and information systems. Applications are invited from enthusiastic Indian Nationals having excellent academic record and proven scientific achievements along with the requisite experience and a high degree of motivation to take up research as a career in the field of measurement sciences and instrumentation technologies to fill up the vacancies of following posts of Scientist/Senior Scientist at Chandigarh as well as its Service & Maintenance (S&M) Centres at New Delhi and Chennai as per the details given below. The emoluments and age limits for various posts as per norms are summarized here under:
INDIA is one of the fastest growing health care markets in the world. The current estimate of health care device market is about $1billion with a projected growth rate of 18%. Realizing this huge potential, Indian industry as well as academecia has started showing keen interest in biomaterials and medical devices research. As a result, establishments like National Laboratories, Indian Institutes of Technology and other leading Universities have started research as well as teaching programs. Many of the establishments work in close association with the industry also. As an outcome of this, apart from the ongoing research activities, indigenously developed implants and devices like artificial heart valve, hydrocephalus shunt, blood oxygenator etc. are also available in the Indian market.