NIT Durgapur Walk-in Interview Jan 2019 For RA/PA Post
National Institute of Technology, NIT, Durgapur has invited application from eligible candidate for the recruitment of RA/PA post on a temporary basis for an initial period of one year with possibility of extension by maximum of one more year depending on the availability of fund and the performance of the selected candidate. Details of the recruitment are given below :
Name of the post :
Research Associate/ Project Assistant
Education Qualification :
A. For RA :
1. PhD. or having 3 years of research experience after M. Tech./ME in Physics, Metallurgical Engineering, Materials Science or Engineering, or a discipline relevant to the research focus of the Centre
2. At least one publication as first author in an SCI-indexed journal resulting from the work carried out during PhD or post-M.Tech./ME research.
B. For PA :
Postgraduate in Science/Engineering in a branch relevant to the areas of interest of the
centre with at least one year of experience
1. Strong academic background throughout
2. Excellent oral and written communication skill in English
3. Ability to work in a team
4. Willingness to learn new skills
Rs. 36000/38000/40000/- per month + HRA for RA (depending on experience) and
Rs. 22,000/- per month (consolidated) for PA
How to apply :
Interested candidates need to report to the office of the Physics Department for walk in interview along with their up to date curriculum vitae and copies of all academic and technical degrees/diplomas, experience, publications, etc. Candidates should also bring at least one reference letter from someone who has known them academically or professionally for more than a year.
Note : The candidates will be working on one of the core areas of interest of the Centre of Excellence in Advanced Materials as detailed below :
1. Experience in nanostructured semiconductor and carbon materials for energy applications including supercapacitors, batteries, solar cells, photoelectrochemical hydrogen generation
2. Experience in nanostructured materials for gas/VOC sensors.
3. Phase transformation, metal matrix composites
4. Heat treatment, Transient Liquid Phase (TLP) Diffusion Bonding
5. Corrosion Engineering, Biomaterials and composites
6. Nanophotonics, Nonlinear Optics, Laser Physics, Photoluminescence
7. MD and FEM simulation of nanocomposites
8. Transport properties of polymer nanocomposites
9. Multiferroic materials and their nanocomposites
Important dates :
Date of Interview : on 28th January, 2019
Venue of Interview : HOD’s office, Physics Dept.