Raman Research Institute

Research Assistants Electronics Jobs in Bangalore - Raman Research Institute

Bangalore
BE/B.Tech
Last Date to Apply: 15-10-2019
Research Assistants Electronics - Job Details Date of Posting: 12-09-2019
Research Assistants Electronics job Position in Raman Research Institute 

Essential Qualification:BE/BTech degree in Electronics or Electronics & Communication Engineering, with at least 70% marks or 7.5 CGPA in the qualifying examination or An MSc degree with Physics specialization with at least 70% marks or 7.0 CGPA in the qualifying examination.

Desirable: Demonstrated interest in pursuing a research career is desirable. Documentary evidence of previous pursuits of interest in astronomy/astrophysics. Domain knowledge and experience in practical night sky astronomy with telescopes,analog and digital electronics, programming in C, Python and VHDL scripts, and project experience pertaining to cubesats and/or other space-based experiments is desirable. Experience with use of electromagnetic simulation packages like CST,
HFSS, WIPL-D etc, RF design software like Genesys or ADS etc would be an added
advantage.

The application may document examples of project work or experience in 
these domain areas. Ability to work in teams and field stations – although the positions and work will be based at the Raman Research Institute campus at Bangalore, it may be needed to make field trips with the team members for testing and validation of radio astronomy receivers and/or system tests and measurements.

Remuneration: A consolidated remuneration of Rs.23,500/- per month at commencement + HRA (24% of consolidated remuneration) will be paid to the selected candidates. An increment of Rs.1000/- will be provided in the second year.

Upper Age Limit: The upper age limit is 28 years as on last date of application.


How To Apply For Research Assistants Electronics job Position in Raman Research Institute 

The last date for receipt of applications is 15.10.2019.

About Raman Research Institute

Prof. Raman made a gift of various movable and immovable properties to the Academy for the use and benefit of the Raman Research Institute. After the Professor's demise in November 1970, the Academy created a public charitable trust: the Raman Research Institute Trust. The lands, buildings, deposits, securities, bank deposits, moneys, laboratories, instruments, and all other movable and immovable properties held by the Academy for the Raman Research Institute were transferred to the RRI Trust. The foremost function of the RRI Trust was to maintain, conduct and sustain the Raman Research Institute.