West Bengal State University Recruitment 2014
West Bengal State University requires eligible persons on JRF (Junior Research Fellow) Physics Position on contract basis. Get more update on recruitmentinfosite.com .The recruitment is being done to employ selected candidate on DST funded project naming “Probing the Planck scale structure of space time through low energy quantum mechanical interaction of matter and gravity”. The eligibilities standard, recruitment process, applying details are given in the following sections…
Job Profile: Junior Research Fellow (Physics)
Service Place: West Bengal
The appointment of the candidates will be done for 1 year on temporary basis. But this term can be extended for maximum period of 3yrs subject to candidate’s performance while working on the project.
While working for the project, the candidates will be given Rs.16000/- per month for initial two years and Rs. 18, 000 per month in 3rd year. Total salary will also constitute HRA of 30%.
Deadline to receive Applications: 15th of April, 2014
The candidates must have possessed Master Degree in Physics securing atleast 55% marks or equal CGPA grade. At the selection time, the weightage will be given to the persons who passed National Eligibility Test/ GATE.
The candidates should not exceed 28 years with respect to the last date of application receipt. Maximum age is relaxed to the candidates of Scheduled Caste/Tribe, Physically Challenged, Other Backward Class candidates of five years.
System to Apply:
The applicants have to forward their Biodata enclosing with Application Form completely filled in via Email addressing to firstname.lastname@example.org having subject tag “JRF position under DST project in Dept. of Physics, WBSU”. The candidates should mention their contact address in their Biodata. The applications must be received not later than 15th of April, 2014.
Manner to Select: The candidates shall have to appear for Interview in order to select for the post.
Official Website of West Bengal State University: wbsubregistration.org