National Institute of Technology Rourkela Department of Physics and Astronomy Fellowship 2020


Are you looking for a fellowship in the National Institute of Technology Rourkela? Here are the details about the Department of Physics and Astronomy Fellowship 2020, including eligibility criteria, stipend, and the application procedure.

Introduction

National Institute of Technology Rourkela is the premier institute of higher learning for Science, technology and engineering in the steel city of Rourkela Odisha. It has been recognised as the institute of national importance by the national institute of technology act, 2007. In the NIRF rankings of Indian universities, national institute of technology Rourkela is ranked at 16. To make it a most recognised institute in the field of science and technology, and engineering in the world, the mission of the institute continues with zeal by engaging more students into the research work and disseminating the knowledge in science, technology and engineering.

The National Institute of Technology, Rourkela (NIT) invites applications for NIT Rourkela Department of Physics and Astronomy Junior Research Fellow 2020 from MSc physics degree holders. The Fellowship is a temporary position under the project title: Transitions induced by Swift Heavy Ion Irradiations in Lead-Free Ferroelectric Perovskite Oxides".

Eligibility for the Fellowship

Candidates having Masters degree in Physics with 65% marks or 7.0 CCGPA are eligible for the opening. Valid NET or GATE Score to secure the selection for this Fellowship is also a desirable qualification.

Stipend for the Fellowship Program

Selected candidates will be provided up to 28000 on monthly basis. For Non-NET / Non- GATE candidates INR14,000 for 1st & 2nd year and INR 16,000 for 3rd year will be paid (OR)
INR 25,000 for 1st & 2nd year and INR 28,000 monthly compensation for 3rd year for NET / GATE will be disbursed.

The Last date to apply

Candidates interested in this Fellowship can apply on or by 07-12-2020 through this email dillippradhan@nitrkl.ac.in. For any information regarding the project, the candidates can contact the Principal investigator on the following address:

Name: Prof. Dilip Kumar Pradhan
Address: Department of Physics and Astronomy
National Institute of Technology Rourkela, Odisha 769 008.
Tel.No.: 0661-246 2729
Mobile: 94371 70561
Email: dillippradhan@nitrkl.ac.in

Tenure of the project

The project is for one year which may be extended to three years based on the performance of the candidates.

Date and time for the interview will be notified later.

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