Junior Research Fellow Jobs in Ministry of Defence

Government of India, Ministry of Defence, Defence Research and Development Organization

Post Name:

  • Junior Research Fellow

Number of Posts: 05


Age Limit:

  • 28 years

Candidate’s age limit should be below 28 years. Age relaxations is applicable as per the Government rules.

Educational Qualification:

Junior Research Fellow – Physics

  • M.Sc. or M. Tech

Candidates should complete their M.Sc. Degree in the discipline of Lasers/ Applied Optics/ Physics/ Opto- Electronics/ Optics with pass in first class and qualified in GATE/ NET

Junior Research Fellow – Electronics

  • BE/ B. Tech

Candidates should complete their B.E/Tech in Electronics/ ECE from a recognized Institute with 1st class division and qualified in NET/ GATE.

Selection Process:

  • Written Test
  • Interview

The selection will be based on above process.

Pay Scale:

  • Rs.25000

How to Apply:

  • Offline Mode

Candidates must bring their CV along with all original certificates and necessary documents are submit at the time of Interview.

Important Dates:

Last Date for Application27th and 28th October 2015

Official Notification

About Ministry of Defence

The Ministry of Defence was formed in the year of 1776. The Headquarters of this organization is located in New Delhi. This organization is charged with co-ordinating and supervising all agencies and functions of the Government relating directly to National Security and the Indian Armed forces. The Indian Armed forces including the Indian Air Force, Indian Navy, Indian Army and the Indian Coast Guard ar5e under the control of Defence Ministry. The following cadre controlling the authority of Civil Services like Indian Ordnance Factory, Defence Research and Development Services, Indian Defence Estate Services. The Indian Defence Accounts Service, Marine Training Ship service and the Defence secretariat service are under the control of Ministry of Defence. This organization closely works with the National Security Council, Ministry of Home Affairs and the Ministry of External Affairs.

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