Junior Research Fellow in Indian Space Research Organisation
Applications are invited for the Post of Junior Research Fellow (JRF) in Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) funded research project in School of Civil Engineering (SCE).
Project Title:Urban Seismic Risk Assessment
Sponsoring Agency:Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)
Number of position :One
Qualification for the post:
- M.E/M.Tech (Geoinformatics / Remote Sensing and GIS/ Geotechnical Engineering/ Structural Engineering) with B.E./B.Tech (Civil Engineering).
- GATE qualification
Desirable: Knowledge in GIS, exposure to field work, Seismic Hazard Analysis, MASW tests. The candidate should be willing to register for Ph.D.
Rs. 31,000/-per month + 8% HRA (for first two years)
Rs. 35,000/- per month + 8% HRA (for third year)
Nature of appointment:
Purely on temporary basis
Dr. S. S. Chandrasekaran, Professor, School of Civil Engineering, Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT), Vellore
Interested candidates can send their resume with details of qualifications, experience and latest passport size photo etc., along with relevant documents before 8th November 2019 through our website http://careers.vit.ac.in
Shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview at a later date which will be intimated by email. No TA and DA will be paid for appearing in the interview.
The candidate should be willing to join immediately.
Salary: Not Disclosed by Recruiter
Industry: Education / Teaching / Training
Functional Area: Teaching, Education, Training, Counselling
Desired Candidate Profile
Please refer to the Job description above
UG: B.Tech/B.E. - Civil
PG: M.Tech - Civil
Vellore Institute of Technology
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