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    October 12, 2017

    DEF​ENCE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (DRDO)

    Applications are invited from young, meritorious and motivated candidates of Indian Nationals for the appointment of 18 (Eighteen) Junior Research Fellowship posts 
    (ECE -06, 
    Mech-04, 
    EEE – 04, 
    CSE - 02, 
    Physics - 01, 
    Chemical Engg./Material Science/Chemistry- 01) 
    to work in the ongoing and futuristic projects of RCI, Hyderabad on temporary basis initially for a period of TWO years.

    Educational Qualification
    1. First Class in BE / B Tech in Mechanical, EEE, ECE, CSE with valid GATE Score.
    orFirst Class ME/M.Tech in Mechanical, EEE, ECE, CSE.
    2. First Class in M.Sc (Physics/Laser/Applied Optics/Fiber Optics/Optics/Opto-Electronics) with NET/SLET/GATE.
    or First Class ME/ M.Tech in Fiber Optics/Applied Optics/Optics/Lasers/Opto_electronics.
    3.   First Class in BE / B Tech in Chemical Engineering/Material Science with valid GATE Score.

    or First Class ME/M.Tech in Chemical Engineering/Material Science.orFirst Class M.Sc in Chemistry with NET/SLET/GATE.               
                  
    Age limit as on 31th Oct 2017 is 28 years for G​eneral candidates, Relaxable up to 5 years for SC/ST and 3 years for OBC candidates as per Govt. Rules.

    A monthly stipend of Rs 25,000/- , residential accommodation will be provided. Incase of Non-availability of accommodation HRA will be paid as per admissible rules.

    Interested candidates are requested to fill up on line application at https://rcilab.in on or before 5PM of 15th Oct 2017.


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