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Kolkata
M Phil / Ph.D,BE/B.Tech,ME/M.Tech,MSc
Last Date to Apply: 09-12-2019
Research Associate Computer Science - Job Details Date of Posting: 22-11-2019
Research Associate Computer Science  recruitment in  Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS) 


Applications are invited from Indian citizens for the Research Associate-I position in the School of Mathematical and Computational Sciences, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata, India.

Number of posts: 1

Educational qualifications: The position requires the following educational qualifications: A Ph.D. in Computer Science from a recognized university or institute (preferably in the area of robot motion planning, algorithms for swarm of robots, system modeling and verification).

A minimum marks of 55 percent in B.Sc./B.Tech. OR M.Sc./M.Tech.

Emoluments:  As per rules of the Institute.

Duration: Initial appointment will be for one year, subjected to extension to two or more depending on the review of the candidate‚Äôs performance.

Candidates who have submitted their Ph.D. thesis and are awaiting award of the same may also apply subject to receiving their Ph.D. degree. Such candidates are eligible to draw fellowship at par with RA only after their Ph.D. degree. 

Application Procedure:Selected candidates will be informed through email.


How To Apply ForResearch Associate Computer Science  recruitment in  Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS) 

A candidate should report to Dr. Rajarshi Ray, Room Number 72, Main-Building, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Jadavpur, Kolkata 32. The reporting time is: 10:00 AM.

The candidate with the required qualification is to appear for a walk-in-interview on 9th December 2019. Candidates should bring their CV, original/self attested mark-sheets and degrees from class X onwards.


About IACS

Founded on July 29, 1876 by Dr Mahendra Lal Sircar, IACS is the oldest institute in India devoted to the pursuit of fundamental research in the frontier areas of basic sciences. Professor C V Raman worked at IACS during 1907 to 1933, and it is here that he discovered the celebrated Effect that bears his name and for which he was awarded Nobel Prize in Physics in 1930.