igib

Delhi, Greater Noida

Application Deadline: 15 June 2016

Duration: 2 months

Stipend: Rs. 5000-Rs. 15000 / month

About Aton Solar International Private Limited (http://igib.res.in/):

CSIR-Institute of Genomics & Integrative Biology (IGIB) is a premier Institute of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Ministry of Science & Technology, Govt. of India, engaged in research of national importance in the areas of Genomics, Molecular Medicine, Bioinformatics, Proteomics and Environmental Biotechnology having mission “To translate concepts developed in basic biological research to commercially viable technologies for health care”.

The institute has achieved specialization in evolving emerging platforms for commercialization of its knowledge base that include creating and operating Special Purpose vehicles (SPVs) in biological services; venturing into & nurturing Scientific Enterprises, Technology transfers by licensing IPR and creating knowledge Alliances.   The Institute is blessed with two “National Technology Awards” , 5 awardees with highest scientific honor of the country, “S.S. Bhatnagar Award” and several awards for its scientific achievements.

About the Internship:

The selected intern(s) will work on following during the internship:

  • Electrical paneling & Designing of solar products
  • Structural designing of solar power plans and appliances
  • Mechanical designing & execution of solar based power systems

No. of Internships available: 5

Who can apply:
  • Fresh Engineering Graduates or Diploma in Electrical, Mechanical & Structural Engineering , having undergone training in any kind of solar energy related topics during their studies.

Only students from Delhi or Greater Noida can apply for this internship.

Additional Information:
Get an Unparalleled opportunity to work for STARTUP  having high profile Technocrats on its board and INNOVATIONS to its credit. Be a part of team firmly committed to change RURAL Electrification in INDIA

 

Information Source: Internshala

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