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The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) was established by NLC Decree 293 of October 10, 1968, amended by NLCD 329 of 1969, and re-established in its present form by CSIR Act 521 on November 26, 1996. The genesis of the Council, however, dates back to the erstwhile National Research Council (NRC), which was established by the government in August 1958 to organize and coordinate scientific research in Ghana. In 1963, the NRC merged with the former Ghana Academy of Sciences, a statutory learned society. Following a review in 1966, the Academy was reconstituted into, essentially, its original component bodies, namely a national research organization redesignated the CSIR and a learned Society, designated the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Csir as an employer has unfair regulations for students and there are no opportunities to grow, claims a former employee at glassdoor.co.in

"Project deliverables can get delayed due to unforeseen political reasons and sometimes lack of funding. Unfair treatment of students compared to regular employees. Work progress hugely depends on the efficiency of the guide. Lack of motivation due to limited opportunities or career growth. Unfair regulations in revised UGC-NET Exam for students with Engineering Background."


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Current Employee - Research Associate says

"I have been working at CSIR full-time for more than a year Cons: Nothing to share.. it's very good for us"

Former Employee - Candidate Systems Engineer says

"I worked at CSIR full-time for less than a year Cons: The salary is not great if you do not have masters or higher qualification. They also don't have lots benefits. I personally felt there was no career growth or development opportunities as an engineer apart from furthering your studies The career ladder was difficult to move up if you are not a researcher."

Laboratory Technician says

"I have been working at CSIR for more than 10 years Cons: Lack of integrity within unit and executive results in poor systems and procedures that hinder project delivery. This in turn affects "fund-ability". A good Code of Conduct, unfortunately not supported / championed / enforced by CSIR Executive or Board."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at CSIR full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Racial bias ,exclusion and unfortunately Little to no guidance"

Current Employee - Systems Engineer says

"I have been working at CSIR full-time for more than 3 years Cons: - Career ladder is not everyone as not all people are academics for papers and conferences - Opportunities to bring funding are not given to the inexperienced employees who need growth. Only business development, RGL and other management get the exposure. - Limited travelling or only a few selected individuals travel regularly"

Former Employee - Senior Eenginner says

"I worked at CSIR part-time for more than a year Cons: salaries not in line with other SOE"

Research and Development Engineer says

"I have been working at CSIR for more than a year Cons: There is little to no recognition."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at CSIR full-time for more than 8 years Cons: There is a misalignment between some of the research undertaken and the client's requirements (government). There is a perception that the output does not meet the needs of the client or the impact made is not sufficient."

Current Employee - Principal Research Technologist says

"I have been working at CSIR full-time for more than 3 years Cons: job satisfaction is the main cons"

Former Employee - Engineer says

"I worked at CSIR full-time for more than 5 years Cons: brain drain and an uncertain future"

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