National Institute of Technology Patna has published recruitment notification for the post of Junior Research Fellow. It is good chance for the Job Seekers who are Interested to set their career in Research Projects. Candidates who scored good marks in NET are Eligible to apply for the post. Eligible and Interested candidates can apply before the last date. More details are given below:
National Institute of Technology has vacant seats for Junior Research Fellow
Last Date: 10 Mar 2016
Total posts: 01
Hiring Process: Written-test
Project Title: MODULATION OF ELECTROOSMOTIC FLOW THROUGH NANOCHANNEL
Duration of the Project: 3 Years
Educational Qualification: Applying candidates should be M. Sc in Mathematics or equivalent degree (at least 55% marks) with NET/GATE qualification. Candidates with interests in the area of computational fluid dynamics with strong background in numerical computation for solving systems of ODE, PDEs will be preferred.
Age Limit: Applicants must not be more than 28 years as on the last date of application.
Salary: Rs. 25000/- per month for the first two years. Based on the performance, the position may be extended to one more year with the Rs. 28000/- per month. No other allowances will be paid from project grant/Institute.
How to Apply: Interested candidates are requested to send their detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) to the email address email@example.com. A hard copy of recent CV and NET/GATE certificate should be sent to Principal Investigator Dr. Partha Pratim Gopmandal Asst. Professor Dept. of Mathematics, NIT Patna on or before 10th March, 2016.
Note: Candidates should bring all the original copies of the relevant documents (marksheet and certificate of the major examinations passed) at the time of interview at NIT Patna. The selected JRF will be allowed to join the Ph.D. program of NIT Patna, as per Institute norms.
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