Project Assistant (Former Employee) – Kochi, Kerala – September 5, 2018
Hardworking group, Innovative Ideas very cooperative people makes every hard task as easier. Well guided by senior scientists in every mode. Well equipped labs with higher accuracy machines and data collection instruments.
Project Assistant (Former Employee) – goa – December 11, 2017
national institute of oceanography is a good institute those aspiring to be marine scientist in the future. where learning is given the upmost priority then work. you get to expand your knowledge in marine science through the study like environment, and also the helpful nature of the senior scientist who are working out there. only issue or con will be the contract based work. wherein the contract is for upto one year and maximum upto five years after yearly extension.
This is a place for research as it provides a good platform to showcase your skills and indulge in immense research. Besides, there is an added advantage of working on different topics at a time as one gets exposed to learn new things. Overall, its a best place for core research and great exposure around the world.
All the labs were well Equipped with latest instruments. Research scholars working under my guide(scientist) were very kind and Helping and made the environment comfortable to work. My guide was very motivating, helped me explore other ways if I didn't get the expected results. She drew the best out of her every student. Overall experience of 6 months at NIO was great.
Place to nurture our scientific research abilities in oceanography
Senior Research Fellow (SRF) (Former Employee) – Kochi, Kerala – January 18, 2017
A multi-disciplinary oceanographic research institute of international repute Place where one can interact with world level scientists in oceanography. Stepping stone to a career in oceanography. We get to learn all oceanographic related research activities in India.
Project Associate I (Current Employee) – Mumbai, MH – July 14, 2015
Nice to work here. i am getting good experience. this institute is good to work. we can gain a more knowledge from this institute. Mostly of good research work published from this institute. In world level its a good and reputed institute.
It is the best work place, where in we can gain knowledge and at the same time have lot of fun.
DST Fast Track Young Scientist (Current Employee) – GA – June 9, 2015
After joining NIO I learned many things one of the most important thing is what are foraminifera and how are they useful in paleoclimatic studies. I further learned how to culture these organisms in laboratory and also studied effects of different ecological parameters, effect of different pollutants, effect of different gases etc. on these organisms. I participated in different oceanographic cruises. Presented my work in different conferences also both national and international. The hardest part of the job is that a lot of patience is required to do laboratory culturing of foraminifera.
Senior Research Fellow (SRF) (Current Employee) – Panaji, GA – December 29, 2014
I have learned lots of things here ,which is very helpful for my research carrier. I have learned how to plan for carrying out a lab experiment.Scientific writing,data interpretation,and use of laboratory equipments.
Productive work place with a good advancement in research and development
Dissertation programme (Former Employee) – Visakhapatnam , India – March 14, 2014
I am a dissertation programme and worked there as a volunteer for my academic dissertation.
Typically I am like a part-time employee. A typical day at work would be to meet with my supervisor and team members to discuss changes and advances in the research, and next steps.
I learned a lot, including time management, positive attitude, resources management. There are people from various disciplines with varying levels of knowledge and there is always more to learn.
Although, I enjoy research a lot, there are times when we faced a dead-end and we don't have sufficient data to meet our variables. There are times when we thought the research is not going any further. But the best part is that we finally got through it together. We successfully completed the research against all odds.