Kolkata: Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics (SINP), Kolkata, an autonomous research institute under the Dept. of Atomic Energy (SINP), has released Faculty Recruitment notification for hiring 12 Associate Professors. The Pay scale of Associate Professors – E is Level 12 [pre-revised PB-3 of 15600-39100/- + 7600/- (Grade Pay)] as per 7th CPC. D.A., H.R.A. and Transport Allowance etc. will be admissible as per the rules of this Institute.
Essential qualifications for all the above posts (EQ): Candidates with Ph.D. degree with at least two years of post-doctoral experience with some recognition amongst scientists in his/her area of specialization by the merit or his/her publications.
The candidate should have proven ability of guiding research of junior workers, ability to communicate and interact with other scientists, and flexibility of outlook and attitude to take independent charge of assigned sub areas belonging to a major project or broad area of research of the Institute.
The selected candidate is also expected to participate in the existing teaching programme of SINP.
Division wise vacant faculty posts in Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics (SINP)
|Name of the Division||No. of
|Applied Nuclear Physics Division||1|
|AstroParticle Physics & Cosmology Division||1|
|Biophysics and Structural Genomics Division||1|
|Condensed Matter Physics Division||1|
|Crystallography & Molecular Biology Division||1|
|High Energy Nuclear & Particle Physics Division||1|
|Nuclear Physics Division||2|
|Plasma Physics Division||2|
|Surface Physics and Material Science Division||1|
Age : Preferably below 40 years. Age relaxation as per Govt. rules. The crucial date for determining the age limit shall be the last date of receiving the application i.e 15 February 2018. The qualification etc. will also be reckoned on the same date.
Key Date: Last Date of receiving the application is 15 February 2018.
For eligibility criteria, how to apply and other details, candidates should visit the Recruitment Notification, uploaded on the official website of Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata.