Job for Ph.D, M.Pharm, MSc as Research Fellows at CCRH

Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy (CCRH) is an apex research organization under Ministry of AYUSH, Govt. of India which undertakes, coordinates, develops, disseminates and promotes scientific research in Homoeopathy.   The Headquarters of the Council are situated in New Delhi and multi-centric research is conducted through a network of 26 institutes/units all over India.  The Council formulates and conducts research programs projects; collaborates with national and international institutes of excellence to undertake evidence based research in fundamental and applied aspects of Homoeopathy; monitors extra mural researches and propagates the research findings through monographs, journals, newsletters,. materials, seminars workshops. Studies comply with the modern scientific parameters and research is undertaken with the goal that the outcome of research translates into practice and the benefit of the research is extended to the profession and the public.

Post NameVacancies
Research Associate1
Junior Research Fellow4
Total05 Posts

Qualification: Ph.D. in Chemistry Phyto Chemistry. Master’s Degree in Chemistry Applied Chemistry Analytical Chemistry with 03 years experience. Two research papers in peer reviewed journals. Knowledge of basic computer operation.

Age Limit: 40 Years .

Place of interview and place of posting:  DDPR Central Research Institute for Homoeopathy.

Selection Process: Most of the time the Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy will follow the below steps to recruit the candidates. Walk In Interview.

How to Apply: Go to the official CCRH website Search for the Career Advertisement menu Search for the JRF, Research Associate Job Notification and click on it Download and View the CCRH Junior Research Fellow job notification Verify your eligibility and go further Fill all the details correctly and attach the necessary documents Self-attest all the documents Pay the application fees if applicable Take a photocopy of your application

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