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Presidency University Recruitment for JRF Geology in Kolkata

Kolkata
MSc
Last Date to Apply: 16-01-2019
JRF Geology - Job Details Date of Posting: 09-01-2019

Junior Research Fellow  job vacancies in Presidency University

Project Title :     Geochronological study across the Singhbhum and Bastar Craton-Northern Eastern Ghats transects, India

Qualification :  M.Sc. in Geology, Applied Geology with good academic background.

Desirable :  Qualified in NET (JRF or LS)

Fellowship  :

Rs 25,000 per month + 30% HRA = Rs. 32,500 per month (1st & 2nd year as JRF).

Rs 28,000 per month + 30% HRA = Rs. 36,400 per month (3rd year as SRF).


How To Apply For   Junior Research Fellow  job vacancies in Presidency University

Interested candidates are requested to submit their application addressed to ‘The Registrar, Presidency University, Kolkata,’ along with latest CV by e-mail only to sankar.geol@presiuniv.ac.in  within a week from the publication of this advertisement. It would be possible to communicate only by e-mail in case of any change in date and time of interview.

Candidates are required to submit attested hardcopies of testimonials in support of educational qualifications. Candidates are also required carry the originals for verification at the time of interview.

Date of interview : 16th January 2019 (date may change under unavoidable circumstances)

Time of interview :  12:00 noon

Place of interview :  Department of Geology, Presidency University, 86/1 College Street, Kolkata-700073


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About Presidency University

Presidency University has a unique place in history. It was one of the first institutes of Western-type higher education in Asia. In 1817, a group of enlightened Indians and Englishmen set up the Hindoo College.This was taken over the British Government in 1855 as the College of the Bengal Presidency, and placed in 1857 under the newly founded Calcutta University. Over the next hundred years and more, Presidency College was Bengal’s pre-eminent centre of higher learning.