University of Calcutta

Project Fellow Electronics And Telecommunication Jobs in Kolkata - University of Calcutta

Kolkata
ME/M.Tech
Last Date to Apply: 26-12-2019
Project Fellow Electronics and Telecommunication - Job Details Date of Posting: 27-11-2019

Project Fellow job Position in University of Calcutta

Project Title  :  “Photonics-based advanced environment monitoring system for an enhanced PREVENTION of landslide and structural failure risks – PREVENTION”

No. of Post  :  01

Qualification  :  The minimum qualification for the post of Project Fellow is M.Tech degree in Radio Physics & Electronics or equivalent or M.Tech /ME degree in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering (ETC) or equivalent with at least 60% marks. Candidate must possess a good knowledge of Microwave Photonics, Optical Communication System, Radar and Wireless Communication Systems. Previous research experience in the relevant field is highly desirable. Any publication in SCI journal in this field will get preference.

Remuneration  :  Remuneration will be as per the sanction of the funding agency and the norms of the host institute. Present tentative remuneration for Project Fellow is Rs 28, 000/- pm + 30% HRA (consolidated) (likely to be revised). Project is likely to end in October 2020.

Age Limit :  Upper age limit for the post is 35 years as on the date of interview, relaxable upto 5 years for Woman/SC/ST/PH/OBC candidates.


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Last  Date December 26


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About University of Calcutta

The University of Calcutta was established by an Act of the Legislative Council (Act No II of 1857) of the then British India. A supplementary Act empowering the University to confer some additional degrees was passed in 1860. Another Act was passed in 1884 by which the University was authorised to confer honorary Degree of Law.The University Act of 1904 empowered the University to make necessary arrangements for the instruction of students, and though most of the teaching continued to be imparted in the affiliated colleges, teaching in some of the higher branches began to be organised under the University management.