Skip to main content

National Chemical Laboratory



The National Chemical Laboratory (NCL) is an Indian government laboratory Located In Pune, in Western India.
Established in 1950, is a constituent laboratory of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). CSIR-NCL is a science and knowledge based research, development and consulting organization. It is internationally known for its excellence in scientific research in chemistry and chemical engineering as well as for its outstanding track record of industrial research involving partnerships with industry from concept to commercialization.
There are about 400 graduate students pursuing research towards doctoral degree; about 50 students are awarded Ph.D. degree every year; and the young talent pool adds in every few years.
There are approximately 200 scientific staff working here. The interdisciplinary research center has a wide research scope and specializes in polymer science, organic chemistry, catalysis, materials chemistry, chemical engineering, biochemical sciences and process development. It houses good infrastructure for measurement science and chemical information
NLC Works For To build and maintain a balance portfolio of scientific activities as well as R&D programs To enable NCL to fulfill the demands of its stakeholders, present and future.
And To create and sustain specialized Knowledge Competencies and Resource Centers within NCL which can provide support to all stakeholders of NCL.
NCL publishes over 400 research papers annually in the field of chemical sciences and over 60 patents worldwide. It is a unique source Of Research Education Producing the Largest number of PhDs in chemical sciences within India.



Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Human Rights

Indian Wrestling Kushti

Islamic Culture