ISM Dhanbad

Jrf Electrical Engineering Jobs in Dhanbad - ISM Dhanbad

Last Date to Apply: 28-06-2019
JRF Electrical Engineering - Job Details Date of Posting: 22-06-2019
JRF Electrical Engineering job Position in Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines),Dhanbad

Title of The Project : Design and development of fiber ring loop down 

Number of Position (s) : 01

Essential Qualification : B.Tech or B.E. in Electrical Engineering or equivalent discipline with a minimum of 70% marks/CGPA of 7.5 (on a 10 point scale). 

Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering with specialization in Instrumentation /Control system/Optoelectronics or equivalent with first class. 7.0 OGPA (in case first class is not mentioned) will be considered as first class

Desirable Qualification : Candidate with knowledge about design and development of optical fiber based instrumentation system is desirable.

Age and Relaxation (if any) : The upper limit is 30 years at the time of appointment

Tenure of Project : Maximum Two years or till the end of the project, whichever is earlier.

Fellowship : Rs. 31,000/- + HRA (if applicable) for first 2 years and Rs 35,000/- + HRA (if applicable) for 3rd year (provided the candidate satisfy the norms set by DST, SERB) for third year.

How To Apply ForJRF Electrical Engineering job Position in Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines),Dhanbad

Interested and eligible candidates are requested send applications by email along with CV, mark sheets, certificates, experience certificates, recommendations etc. to the Principal Investigator at on or before 05 PM, June 28, 2019. Hard copy of the applications may be send, which should reach to the following address within June 28, 2019. 

The Head of Electrical Engineering Department, Indian Institute of Technology(ISM),Academic Complex, First Floor, Dhanbad, 826004.

About ISM Dhanbad

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