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Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines), Dhanbad invites applications for IIT Dhanbad Department of Electronics Engineering Junior Research Fellowship 2020 from M.E./M.Tech. degree holders. The fellowship is meant for the project titled, "Design and development of broadband circularly polarized conformal antenna array for airborne applications". The selected JRF will receive a consolidated salary of INR 31,000 per month for the initial two years and then INR 35,000 per month for last year.
To be eligible, an applicant must:
The selected JRF will receive a consolidated salary of INR 31,000 per month for the initial two years and then INR 35,000 per month for last year.
Eligible to apply for the fellowship, follow the steps below:
Step 1: Click on the 'Apply Now' button and read the fellowship details.
Step 2: Prepare application with detailed bio-data and copies of educational qualifications, age proof, GATE certificate, and valid cast certificate (if applicable)
Step 3: Send application to the Principle Investigator by e-mail (email@example.com) in soft copy format on or before October 04, 2020
Application deadline: 04th October 2020
Selection will be based on the applicant's performance in the interview. Eligible and selected candidates will be called for an interview.
Dr. Ravi Kumar Gangwar (Associate Professor),
Department of Electronics Engineering,
Indian Institute of Technology (ISM) Dhanbad,
Phone no.: (0326) 2235903 (Office), +91- 9771457994 (Mobile)
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