IIT Bhubaneswar Vacancy For The Post Of Junior Research Fellow

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For an institute or a university Research always play a vital role for the development of the organization because to perform action, to prove a theory and to developing knowledge in the field of study research is very important and mainly when an institute is working on a project which represents them it becomes a very crucial part of that and for that, they have many qualified researchers available for that. In the whole process Junior Research Fellow also plays a very major role in this as at the beginning of every project there are many outcomes there which a   Research Fellow helps to solve that and by considering that Indian Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar has announced a vacancy for Junior Research Fellow post to work on a project entitled “Seismic Design of Pipelines”.  under the sponsoring agency named National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA). Those candidates who have done an M. Tech in Structural or Geotechnical Engineering can apply for the interview.

SALARY –25,000/‐

Important Dates And Information

Post Name – Junior Research Fellow.

Total No. of Posts – 1

Last date of Application: – 09-03-2020

Location- Bhubaneswar, Orissa

Recruitment Details 2020

Age limit 

As per the rules of the department

Salary

Rs. 25,000/‐ per month

Duration

From the date of joining to end of project i.e 18.10.2020

Educational Qualification

  • M. Tech in Structural or Geotechnical Engineering
  • B.Tech in Civil Engineering with at least 2 years of pertinent  experience

Selection Process

The selection of the candidate will depend on the written exam and interview. 

Application Process

Candidates can participate in the exam on 09-03-2020 by applying on the website of the department along with the documents sought.

 

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