JRF Physics job opportunities in Panjab University
Project Title : ‘Plasmonic hot electron pockets as exciton luminescence promoters and region-selective chemical triggers’
Qualification : The candidate must have passed the M. Sc. in Physics or Chemistry (preferably minimum of one paper completed in theoretical chemistry during qualifying examination) with a minimum of 55 % marks or 1st class M. Tech. degree in engineering in nanoscience and nanotechnology (relaxation as admissible as per government rules). It is expected that the successful candidate has knowledge in optics & nanoplasmonics and will demonstrate capabilities to carry out independent research work. Candidate actively engaged in research work with evidence of published work will be preferred.
Emoluments/Fellowships as under : For non-NET/Gate qualified : Rs. 14,000 per month + HRA For NET/Gate qualified : Rs. 25,000 per month + HRA
Interested candidates may submit their applications by post, by hand or by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) along with the complete bio-data and attested copies of relevant certificates/mark sheets, experience certificates, etc. and can appear for the walk-in-interview to be held at the office of the Chairman, Department of Physics, Panjab University on 05th July 2019 at 10:30 am. Candidates are requested to bring a printed copy of bio-data and original certificates for verification, research publications, if any and proof of NET/Gate qualification.
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