Research Associate - I job opportunities in Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics
No. of Positions : 2 (CSD – 1 & HENPP – 1)
Qualification : Ph.D in Science from any recognized Institute/University. Those who have submitted their Ph.D thesis and are awaiting award of the degree are also eligible to apply. However, the fellowship offered to such candidates will be as per DAE guidelines.
For Chemical Sciences Division: Experience in computational chemistry involving kinetics/energetic/dynamics. Experience in LASERS involved in molecular spectroscopy and dynamics OR Experience in environmental ultra-low-level radioactivity measurement (both gamma and beta emitter) and having experience in ICP class of instruments.
For High Energy Nuclear & Particle Physics Division: Candidates with Ph.D degree and research experience in the field of high energy nuclear and particle physics. Preference will be given to candidates with hardware experience in the above mentioned field of research.
Rs. 47,000/- p.m for Research Associate-I
Rs. 49,000/- p.m for Research Associate-II
Rs. 54,000/- p.m for Research Associate-III
House Rent Allowance (HRA) and other allowances will be admissible as per DAEs guidelines issued from time to time.
Age Limit : Maximum 35 years as on last date of receiving the application.
How To Apply ForResearch Associate - I job opportunities in Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics
Interested and eligible candidates should apply by email only to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject matter ‘APPLICATION FOR THE POSITION OF RA-I 2019……….. Division.
All applications are to be received at SINP on or before 28.06.2019.
About Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics
The Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics is an institute of basic scientific research located in Kolkata (Calcutta). The Institute was founded in 1950 by Professor Meghnad Saha as a part of University of Calcutta. At that time, it was called the 'Institute of Nuclear Physics', with Professor Meghnad Saha the founding director. In the beginning, research was mainly directed towards Nuclear Physics, which was an emerging field at that time and also Biophysical Sciences.