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Limited Departmental Competitive Examination for filing up the vacancy for the post of Assistant (one Unreserved and one SC) ( Basic pay 35,400 Level 6 of pay matrix of 7th CPC) (pre-revised pay scale of 6' CPC with pay scale Rs, 9,300-34.800 r Grade

It is proposed to hold a Limited Departmental Competitive Examination for filing up the vacancy for the post of Assistant (one Unreserved and one SC) ( Basic pay 35,400 Level 6 of pay matrix of 7th CPC) (pre-revised pay scale of 6' CPC with pay scale Rs, 9,300-34.800 r Grade Pay Rs. 42007-) in this Institute's Headquarters at Mumbai. Upper Division Clerks of this Institute having completed 6 years of regular service as on 1st April, 2018 (in the pay scale Rs. 5,200-20,200 4- Grade Pay Rs, 2400/-) are eligible to apply. The above referred Limited Departmental Competitive Examination will be held shortly at this Institute. The exact date and time of the examination will be intimated later. The eligible employees of this Institute may submit their application by 06-04-2018 positively. The application after the last date shall not be accepted. The syllabus for the examination referred to the above is enclosed. Each question paper will carry 100 marks and minimum passing marks are 35 in each subject.

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List of Upcomming Specialized Training Programmes (2018-19)

S. No.
Name of Training
Date
Fees *
1 Knitting & Knit Garments 11-13 June, 2018 Rs. 10, 000 
2 Value Addition to Cottonseed 26-28 July, 2018 Rs. 12,000
3 Absorbent Cotton Technology  02-04 Aug., 2018 Rs. 12, 000
4 Quality Evaluation & Spinning Performance of Indian Cottons using Advanced Techniques  Will be announced Rs. 10, 000
5 Advances in Applications of Nanotechnology  24-28 Sept., 2018 Rs. 25, 000
6 Electrospinning for Nanofibre Production & Its Applications  29-31 Oct. 2018  Rs. 10, 000
7 Basic & Advanced Statistical Techniques for Research  12-15 Nov., 2018 Rs. 8, 000
8 Spectroscopic & Chromatographic Techniques for Material Characterization 12-15 Nov., 2018 Rs. 12, 000
9 An Introductory Course on Instrumental Evaluation of Clothing Comfort  10-15 Dec., 2018 Rs. 50, 000
10 Characterization of Materials Using X-Ray Diffractometer (XRD) 27-29 Dec., 2018 Rs. 30, 000
11 Advances in Microscopy  17-19 Jan., 2019 Rs. 15, 000
12 Basic and Advanced Techniques for Evaluation of Textile Materials  18-19 Jan., 2019 Rs. 10, 000
13 Fibre Reinforced Composite  04-06 Feb., 2019 Rs. 10, 000

 

 

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ICAR-CIRCOT organising Training on Spectroscopic & Chromatographic Techniques for Material Characterization at Mumbai from November 27-29, 2018 onward

Newer materials are being developed every day for diversified applications and to meet the consumer demand for improved performance. It is true evenfor the basic human needs of food and clothing. Food has to be nutritious and free from harmful substances such as heavy metals and pesticides. Similarly, textiles today not only meet the basic human need for clothing and fulfill various quality parameters but are also expected to have various functional characteristics such as anti bacterial, flame retardant, UV protective etc. The later is achieved by application of various functional finishes and dyes to the fabrics using various auxiliaries and finishing agents in the process. At the same time, textile industries need to adopt
environment friendly processing and fulfill various eco parameters in view of the concern for the environment and safety of the textile users. Spectroscopy and chromatography are the two modern techniques which prove to be very helpful in study and characterization of textiles and materials. Various forms of spectroscopy such as UV- Visible Spectroscopy, FTIR, Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS) are powerful tools in characterization of any materials. Chromatography on the other hand is a separation tool where compounds of interest present in a complex matrix are separated and then identified and characterized. A thorough knowledge of these methods is very much important for the personnel working in the 
industry, research and for students. This unique training programme on spectroscopic and chromatographic methods for material characterization has been designed by CIRCOT for the benefit of industry personnel as well as researchers to provide them hands on training and to acquaint them with the basics of these techniques and their applications.

Objectives

  • To acquaint the trainees about basic and advanced spectroscopic and chromatographic methods for the characterization of materials including textiles
  • To demonstrate and to provide hands on training on various analytical techniques

Course Content

  • An overview of spectroscopic and chromatographic techniques used in characterization of materials
  • UV-Visible spectroscopy and its application Ÿ Concept of colour, colour coordinates, colour difference and its measurement using reflectance spectrophotometer
  • Application of FTIR spectroscopy for chemical group characterization
  • UV transmittance measurement and its use in determination of UPF
  • Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS) for analysis of heavy metals
  • Basics of HPLC, its operation and applications
  • GC-MS and its application in material characterisation

Date & Venue

  • November 27-29, 2018 at ICAR- Central Institute for Research on Cotton Technology (CIRCOT), Adenwala Road, Matunga (East), Near Five Gardens, Mumbai 400019.

Course Fee


The programme fee is Rs. 12,000 + 18% GST per person. The charges include course fee, course material, breakfast and working lunch. The fee does not include travel, lodging and conveyance and other personal expense. There is 50% concession for students, academicians and participants from NARS. 

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