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IIT Delhi Notified Recruitment to the Post of Jr. Research Fellow, Assistant & Scientist, 2013

Indian Institute of Delhi invited application for recruitment to the post of Research Associates, Jr. Research Fellow, Project Assistant and Project Scientist. The candidates eligible for the post can apply through prescribed format before 25 April 2013. For more information read on.

Apr 23, 2013 17:37 IST

Indian Institute of Delhi invited application for recruitment to the post of Research Associates, Jr. Research Fellow, Project Assistant and Project Scientist. The candidates eligible for the post can apply through prescribed format before 25 April 2013.

Name of the Post

• Research Associates
• Jr. Research Fellow
• Project Assistant
• Project Scientist

Important Dates

• Date for Walk- in- Interview: 25 April 2013

Eligibility Criteria

• Candidates who wish to appear for the interview should have either of the following PhD/ M Tech/ BE/ B Tech NET/ GATE qualified/ B Sc/ Diploma in relevant field with desired experience as per the post.

Selection Process

Shortlisted applicants will be called for an interview to be held by the Indian Institute of Delhi.

Application Fee and Mode of Payment

The application fee is Rs 225 for candidates belonging to General / OBC category and Rs 75 for SC/ ST/ PH applicants. The fee should be remitted in the form of challan through nearest branch of SBI.

How to Apply

Candidates are required to come for the interview with duly filled in application form, along with recent passport size photograph and relevant documents (academic and professional) as mentioned in the notification should be addressed to the Assistant Registrar (IRD), Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Hauz Khas, New Delhi -110016. The interview will be conducted in the Committee Room (Room No 325), Centre for Atmospheric Sciences (CAS), 2nd floor, Block-VI, IIT Delhi.

To seek more details, please visit the official website of the institute.

For more information (JRF), CLICK HERE

For more information (Scientist Post), CLICK HERE