Thursday, May 10, 2012

Indian School of Mines,Dhanbad, Jharkhand

Junior Research Fellowship,  Jobs & Vacancy in Research at  Indian School of Mines, dhanbad May 2012
 Recruitment of Junior Research Fellowship in Indian School of MinesJob or Vacancy Description:
Applications on plain paper along with attested copies of supporting documents with complete bio-data (including contact no. /e-mail ID) are invited for the position of one Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) in a NBHM sponsored project no. 2/48 (14)/2011/-R&D II/3501, so as to reach the Principal Investigator. The details of the project are as under:
Name of the Post : Junior Research Fellowship : 1
Name of the Project : Pseudo-differential Operators and Wavelet Transform involving Fractional Fourier Transform on Function and Distribution Spaces
Qualification : Candidates should be master degree in Mathematics with minimum of 60% marks from UGC recognized University/Institute and NET/GATE qualified.
Age : Age not exceeding 28 years at the time of appointment.
Fellowship : Rs.16000/- (fixed) per month
Nature and duration of post : The position is purely temporary and co-terminus with the project on March 31, 2015.
How to Apply :Completed applications should be sent to;Principal InvestigatorDr. Akhilesh PrasadAssociate ProfessorDepartment of Applied MathematicsIndian School of MinesDhanbad-826004Jharkhand
General Instructions:
a) A candidate possessing a Postgraduate Degree in Engineering in a relevant field with a minimum of First Class marks or equivalent grade and with a Bachelor
b) If the Postgraduate Degree in Engineering or the area of research in Postgraduate course is not in a relevant field, two Engineering Postgraduate courses are to be cleared within one year of confirmation of registration.
c)A candidate possessing a Bachelor?s Degree in Engineering in the relevant field may be permitted to register for Ph.D. in Engineering if the candidate fulfills any of the following criteria
d. First Class marks or equivalent grade at the qualifying examination and has qualified in GATE with valid Score as well as working as Research Fellow in any of the recognized R&D Laboratories and having at least two years of research tenure, may be allowed for Registration.
e. A candidate possessing first class in B. Tech or equivalent Degree in the field other than the relevant field with 3 years of experience in the relevant Engineering field may be eligible for registration for Ph. D in Engineering in the relevant field.All candidates registered under clause
f. Science to Engineering Stream:A Science Postgraduate Degree holder or an M. Tech Degree holder in Applied Sciences having a minimum of First class marks or equivalentgrade at the qualifying examination having five years of related experience in research
g.  All candidates registered under this clause will have to clear six Postgraduate courses, out of which at least four courses will be in Engineering in the relevant field and two make up courses in Engineering from other departments within two years of confirmation of registration.
h. A candidate possessing Postgraduate Degree (M.Phil/ M.Tech/ M.Sc.Tech/ M.Sc. ./MCA) (or a qualification recognized as equivalent thereto by Academic Council) in a relevant subject, with a minimum of First Class marks or equivalent grade may be permitted toregister for PhD Degree in Science.
Tentative Last Date: 25-05-2012
About the organization:
With the Mines Bill becoming a law vide Indian Mines Act – VIII of 1901 the necessity for establishing a government college of Mining Engineering at some suitable place in India on the pattern of the Royal School of Mines was felt by the then Indian Government. The Indian National Congress, the leading political party that was perhaps the sole spokesman of the masses of those days was quick to endorse this view of the government through its resolution taken at the 17th. session held at Calcutta in December 1901. A committee consisting of mining experts under the Chairmanship of Macpherson, the Chief Secretary, Government of Bihar and Orissa was formed to study the system of mining education in England. The report of this committee was the main basis for establishment of Indian School of Mines at Dhanbad.
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Indian School of Mines


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