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Jrf/srf/ra Jobs in Dhanbad - ISM Dhanbad

M Phil / Ph.D,BE/B.Tech,ME/M.Tech
Last Date to Apply: 31-05-2019
JRF/SRF/RA - Job Details Date of Posting: 12-04-2019

JRF/SRF/RA job Position in Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines),Dhanbad

Project Title  :  Development of Virtual Reality Mine Simulator (VRMS) for improving Safety and Productivity in Indian Coal Mines

Research Associate (RA)

No. of Post  :  01

Qualification  :  Ph.D. in Mining Engineering or 2 years of research/ teaching/field experience after B.E./B.Tech. and M.E/M.Tech with first class in Mining Engineering /Computer Science & Engineering/ Electronics Engineering.

Fellowship : Rs. 40,000/- pm for 1st Year, Rs. 50,000/- pm for 2nd Year.

Senior Research Fellow (SRF)

No. of Posts  :  02

Qualification  :  BE/B.Tech and ME/M.Tech. in Computer Science & Engineering / Computer Engineering / Information Technology/ Mining Engineering/ Mechanical Engineering with first class with 2 years of Post- BE/B.Tech, research/ teaching experience.

Fellowship :  Rs. 28,000/- pm for 1st Year, Rs. 30,000/- pm for 2nd Year.

Project Fellow (PF)

No. of Post  :  01

Qualification  :  BE/B.Tech in Mining Engineering with first class.

Fellowship :  Rs. 25,000/- pm for 1st Year, Rs. 28,000/- pm for 2nd Year

How To Apply ForJRF/SRF/RA job Position in Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines),Dhanbad

Application may be sent through email only giving Bio-data indicating the project number, name of the project, post (RA/SRF/PF) and enclosing copies of the relevant supporting documents regarding age, qualification, experience etc. by 31st May 2019 to Principal Investigator at 

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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