Last Date: 02nd August, 2019
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, the sixth member of the IIT fraternity, was established in 1994. The academic programme of IIT Guwahati commenced in 1995. At present the Institute has eleven departments and three inter-disciplinary academic centres covering all the major engineering, science and humanities disciplines, offering BTech, BDes, MA, MDes, MTech, MSc and PhD programmes.
1.Name of the Post- SRF
Pay Scale- Rs.41250.00
Applications are invited for a Walk in interview for the following post(s) in the project entitled, “Study of the heavy observ ables for an indirect detection of physics beyond the Standard Model” at the department o Physics, IIT Guwahati.flavour
Duration of Appointment in months: 6
Qualifications: M.Tech./M.E./M.Des./M.VSc./M.Pharm/MBBS/BDS/M.Sc with at least 2 yrs exp. as SRF/ PhD.
How to apply and selection process
Candidates have to appear in the Walk in Interview along with an application/CV on plain paper giving details of all educational qualifications, experience, contact address, phone no., E – mail etc. and submit photocopies of relevant documents at the time of interview on 02 Aug 2019 (Friday) at 11:00 am. Venue: Physics Department. Selection will be based on the performance of the candidate in the interview. Candidates will not be sen any call letter separately. Advance copy of CV may be sent to the Principal Investigator.
The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are autonomous public institutes of higher education, located in India. They are governed by the Institutes of Technology Act, 1961 which has declared them as institutions of national importance and lays down their powers, duties, and framework for governance. The Institutes of Technology Act, 1961 lists twenty-three institutes (after the last amendment in 2016). Each IIT is autonomous, linked to the others through a common council (IIT Council), which oversees their administration. The Minister of Human Resource Development is the ex official Chairperson of the IIT Council. As of 2018, the total number of seats for undergraduate programs in all IITs is 11,279.
of these campuses was chosen to be scattered throughout India to prevent regional imbalance. The Indian Institutes of Technology Act was amended to reflect the addition of new IITs. Student agitations in the state of Assam made Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi promise the creation of a new IIT in Assam. This led to the establishment of a sixth institution at Guwahati under the Assam Accord in 1960. In 2001, the University of Roorkee, India’s oldest engineering college, was converted into IIT Roorkee.
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