Deadline: 4 October 2017
2 JRF Positions at CSIR-NPL: CSIR-National Physical Laboratory (NPL), New Delhi (a constituent laboratory of CSIR) is a Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, invited applications from eligible candidates for filling up the following positions of “Junior Research Fellow” under ongoing externally funded & time targeted sponsored projects for purely temporary and contractual.
Total Vacancies: 2 positions
Name of Project: “Carbonaceous Aerosol emission, source apportionment and climate effect”
Position: Junior Research Fellow-2 posts
Fellowship: Rs. 25000/-plus 30% HRA.
Duration: 5 years
Age Limit: Upto 30 years as on 04/10/2017 and relaxation as per rule for SC/ST/OBC/Women candidates.
Interview Date: 04th October, 2017
Venue: CSIR-National Physical Laboratory (NPL), Dr. K.S. Krishnan Marg, New Delhi – 110012.
Educational qualifications: Interested candidates must have M. Sc. in physics/ Chemistry with 60 % and NET Qualified.
Desirable: Candidates having Experience in data and chemical analysis related to atmospheric sciences will be given preference.
Application procedure: Eligible and interested candidates attend an interview along with their duly filled-up application form on 04th October, 2017 between 09.00 AM to 10.00 AM, with complete application giving the full details inclusive of marks starting from secondary examination onwards and latest passport size photograph, original and self-attested copies of all certificates/testimonials. Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC/Women/PWD should bring copies of certificates in the proper format issued by the appropriate authority as per the latest instructions issued on the subject.
|Organization||National Physical Laboratory|
|Fellowship||Rs. 25000/-plus 30% HRA.|
|Eligibility||M. Sc. With NET in relevant subject|
|Interview||04th October, 2017|
For more information: For detailed advertisement of the post and instructions for submission of application, eligibility requirements, other terms and conditions, please visit the link given below.