NIT Meghalaya Recruitment 2022: JRF Vacancy in Physics Department

NIT Meghalaya Recruitment 2022: The Department of Physics, National Institute of Technology (NIT) Meghalaya invites applications from motivated and eligible candidates for the position of Junior Research Fellow (JRF) for the project entitled “Bound on sterile neutrino decay width and mixing angle with active neutrino using global 21-cm absorption signal” under the SRG scheme, SERB, DST, Govt. of India. The last date for submission of the application is 4th February 2022.

Post Name:- Junior Research Fellow (JRF)

  • No of posts:- 1 (One)
  • Salary:- Rs. 31,000 (thirty-one thousand only) per month.
  • Educational Qualification:- M.Sc in Physics with a minimum of 60% marks or equivalent CGPA. The candidate must have cleared the NET exam or GATE exam.
  • Desirable: Good knowledge of programming languages and some research experience.

How to apply for NIT Meghalaya Recruitment 2022: JRF Vacancy in Physics Department

Append your self-attested scanned copies of the certificates (age proof/certificates/degrees/mark-sheets), the application form, and send to email id: [email protected] as a single PDF file on or before 4th February 2022. The applications received after the mentioned date will not be considered further.

Download Application Format.

The subject of the email should contain “Application for the post of JRF in SRG Project (SRG/2021/002291).

The shortlisted candidates will be informed through email for an interview by 5th February 2022. Physical/Skype/Google Meet-based Interview will be held on 7th February 2022. The exact time of the interview will be informed through email.

The candidate selected for this position may be allowed to register for a regular Ph.D. program at NIT Meghalaya subject to fulfillment of all eligibility criteria as per Institute rules.

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Those who wish to apply are advised to go through the NIT Meghalaya Recruitment 2022: JRF Vacancy in Physics Department official notification in detail before submitting applications.