Junior Research fellowship at Pondicherry Engineering College

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Feasibility study for development of an instrument for noninvansive prognosis of dengue

Pondicherry Engineering College (PEC), Puducherry has invited applications for Junior Research Fellowship for candidates to work as a Junior Research Fellow in the Department of Science and Technology IDP-MED sponsored project “Feasibility study for development of an instrument for noninvasive prognosis of dengue” for the session 2014.

The post renews every year subject to satisfactory performance for a maximum of two years. The position is coterminous with the project. Candidate selected for this position can apply for the regular PhD programme in Pondicherry University provided they satisfy the eligibility criterion for PhD programme in ECE department of PEC.

Scholarship Details: Fellowship covers Rs. 18000 per month + 20 per cent HRA (for two years).

Eligibility Criteria: Candidate should have B.E/ B.Tech and ME/M.Tech in ECE and related branches.

How to Apply:

Candidates can obtain the application form from here.

Completed applications should reach by speed-post or via email attachment addressed to Dr. Gnanou Florence Sudha, Principal Investigator of Project Professor, Department Of ECE, Pondicherry Engineering College, Puducherry – 605 014.

Original documents of age proof/certificates/degrees/mark sheets and other testimonials must be presented at the time of interview. Attested photocopies of these documents will be collected at the time of interview. Only shortlisted candidates will be communicated to appear in the interview and no other communications in this regard will be entertained.

Important Dates: Application deadline:  September 30, 2014.

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