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For the first time ever, the highest body of scholars (CSIR) gets a female president

Nallathamby Kalaiselvi succeeds Shekhar Mandi, who retired و in April.

New Delhi:

big scientist It was Nallathamby Kalaiselvi on Saturday appointed director general of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), and first woman for lead Consortium of 38 research institutes across the country.

a favour for to her work in field of Lithium-ion batteries, Ms. Calliselphi director of CSIR-Central Electrochemical Research Institute in Karaikudi in Tamil Nadu.

You have succeeded Shekhar Mandi, who retired و in April. Rajesh Gokhal, Department Secretary of Biotechnology, additional fees paid of CSIR upon retirement of Mr. Mandy.

Mrs. Calliselefi will also hold charge secretaryDivision of Scientific and industrial research.

Its time is for a period of Two years with effect from history of assumption of Cost of The post or even other orders, whichever comes first, a personnel Ministry order said on Saturday.

Mrs. Calliselevi has risen through the ranks in CSIR and break the proverbial glass ceiling by becoming first Women scientist to me head Central Electrochemical Research Institute (CSIR-CECRI) in February 2019.

She started her career in research as entry level scientist at the same institute.

Greetings from Ambasamudhram, A small town in Tirunelveli District of From Tamil Nadu, Ms. Kaleselvi went to a middle school in Tamil that, she said, helped her assimilate concepts of Sciences in College.

Mrs. Kalislevi research work of more From 25 years mainly focused on electrochemical power systems and in Special, development of electrode materialsand electrochemical evaluation of in-house Electrode ready materials for suitability in energy storage device holographic.

to her research Interests include lithium and beyond lithium batteries, supercapacitors, electrodes and electrolytes that are driven by turning waste into wealth. for Energy storage and electrical stimulation applications.

she is currently included in The development of Practically applicable sodium/lithium ion sulfur batteries and supercapacitors.

Mrs. Kalislevi also made key Contributions to the National Mission for Electric mobility. she has more from 125 research leaves and six Patents on their own.

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