NIT Kurukshetra Recruitment And Jobs
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Applications in the prescribed format are invited from indian nationals for the post of project fellow (pf)/associate (pa) to work in the ugc-dae-crs funded research project entitled development of spinel-type metal oxide/rgo novel nano-composites for nox gas sensing application under the supervision of dr. c.r. mariappan, assistant professor, department of physics as per the details given below: name of the post : project fellow/associate (pf/pa)...
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Applications in the prescribed format are invited from indian nationals for the post of research staff (junior research fellow) to work in the project under grant-in-aid scheme of armreb, drdo entitled development of insensitive high energy materials containing heterocyclic backbone substituted with amino, azido and nitro explosophores under the supervision of dr. ghule vikas dasharath, assistant professor, department of chemistry as per the details...
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About NIT Kurukshetra
National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra (NIT Kurukshetra) is a public engineering institute located in Kurukshetra. In December 2008, it was accredited with the status of Institute of National Importance (INI). It is one of the 30 National Institutes of Technology established and administered by Government of India. It runs undergraduate and postgraduate in programme Engineering and Doctor of Philosophy programme in Engineering, Sciences and Humanities. The first Prime Minister of independent India, Jawaharlal Nehru, sought to develop India as a leader in science and technology. Between 1959 and 1965, with this vision, the Government founded 14 educational institutions in different regions of India. The system of competitive entry (based on merit) gave access to higher education in these institutions. Such an institution was established in 1963 in Kurukshetra as a joint enterprise of the Government of India and the Government of Punjab, India as the Regional Engineering College, Kurukshetra (REC Kurukshetra). In 2002, all the Regional Engineering Colleges were unified by a common entrance exam. Therefore, REC Kurukshetra was renamed to National Institute of Technology under the NIT Act and was given a Deemed University status.