Indian Institute of Technology Bombay Is Looking For Junior Research Fellow Last Date 30-08-2017

About Indian Institute of Technology Bombay:

Research and development activities from the lifeline of a vibrant academic institution. Dean R&D and IRCC play a vital role in IITB’s intellectual output by providing end-to-end support, from conceptualization to commercialization, of research ideas, specifically by

Ensuring that environment is created / nurtured / maintained so that faculty and scientists at IITB are able to conduct research of the highest caliber.

The research environment includes laboratories’ civil infrastructure, equipment, support staff — both technical and administrative — and research staff . Providing support for researchers to liaise with (potential) funding sources so as to be able to finance their research and development activities.

Spotting and nurturing opportunities for collaboration between researchers (within IITB) and their counterparts in other institutions. Ensuring that IITB researchers are positioned to contribute to the state of the art in cutting edge and emerging areas of research in Science and Engineering.


Identifying and putting in place ways and means by which work done by researchers at IITB can be exploited whenever appropriate and possible – to address problems faced by society and industry. Towards this, licensing, commercialization and agile processes for industry-academia partnerships are a must.


Vacancy Details: 

Post Name: Junior Research Fellow
No of Posts:  01
Age Limit:   N/A
Pay scale : 25000 Per Month
Educational Qualification:
Post Graduate Degree in Basic Sciences with NET qualification or Graduate Degree in Professional Courses with GATE qualification or Post Graduate Degree in Professional Course. Candidate with Remote Sensing and radar polarimetry experiences will be preferred.
Important Dates:
Last Date –   30-08-2017
How to Apply:
Candidate possessing the requisite qualification and experience should apply online at on or before 30th August 2017. Call letters will be sent through e-mail to the candidates shortlisted for interview and will also be displayed on IRCC website. Candidates called for interview will be required to attend at their own expenses.
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