Department of Physics

Advertisement Number: P.Rect./R&D/2019/85

DST sponsored project titled “Compact Plasmon-based bio-sensor and imager”

Applications are invited for One post of Junior Research Fellow in the project entitled “Compact Plasmon-based bio-sensor and imager” at the Department of Physics, IIT Kanpur.

Essential qualification: Post-graduate degree in Physics with NET/GATE OR Graduate degree in Engineering Physics with GATE OR 4-yr BS degree in Physics with GATE OR Post-graduate degree in Photonics/Optoelectronics/Lasers.

Desirable qualification: Demonstrated aptitude for research work (in experiment or in simulation work) in Optics/Photonics/Lasers.

Salary: Rs. 25,000 per month + 20% HRA (HRA is applicable as per Institute norms)

Duration: One year starting from 1st May, 2019.

The posts are purely temporary and are for a maximum of 1 year duration.

Application on plain paper, including the complete name, date of birth, correct postal address, e-mail address, telephone number and details of educational qualification (such as the Name of the exam, Name of the College / University, Subjects studied, year of passing, cumulative grades / marks obtained in each semester for B.Sc/M.Sc/B.Tech/BS) right from High school level should be sent to the undersigned by post. Copies of supporting documents should be attached for proof of date of birth, degrees obtained (final or provisional), caste certificate (if applicable), experience certificate (if applicable), NET/GATE qualification and any publications (if applicable).

Incomplete applications and applications sent by e-mail will not be considered. Applications which do not mention the name of the project and/or the name of the advertised post in the cover letter will be rejected. Those who applied for this post earlier and were not selected need not apply again.

Last date for the receipt of applications by post is 3rd April, 2019. The date of the interview will be informed to the short-listed candidates by e-mail. No TA/DA will be paid for attending the interview.

Dr. R.Vijaya
Professor, Dept of Physics
IIT Kanpur
Kanpur 208 016