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List of current jobs, posts, vacancies, selection process and eligibility criteria for recruitment in TIFR
Project Scientific Officer B Detector
Project India-Based Neutrino Observatory INO No. of Post 01 UNRESERVED Qualification M.Sc. in Physics with minimum 60 marks Desirable Thorough knowledge in nuclear physics, high energy physics and particle detectors. Pay Rs.58000 - including HRA Rs.10200 - Age Limit 28 Yrs...
The Graduate Programme at TIFR is classified into the following Subjects - Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Systems Sciences including Communications and Applied Probability and Science Education. Eligibility Candidates in the final year of qualifying degree can also apply. Mathematics For Ph.D. M.A. M.Sc. M.Tech.For I-Ph.D. B.A. B.Sc. B.E. B.Tech. Students already having completing an M.Sc. degree by July 2019 are not eligible for I-Ph.D. . Physics For Ph.D. M.Sc. M.S. in Physics, or equivalent, on completion of programmes s of duration not less than 5 years in total.For I-Ph.D. M.E. M.Tech. B.Sc. B.S. B.E. B.Tech. B.Chem. in Physics, Engineering Physics, or equivalent degree, on completion of programme s of duration not less than 3 years in total. In addition,I-Ph.D. candidates......
Project Scientific Officer
Post Name Project Scientific Officer No of Vacancy 03 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 42500 - per month Educational Qualification B.E. B.Tech in Computer Science Information Technology from a recognized university with minimum 60 aggregate. Age Limit Maximum age limit is 28 31 years. Job Location Mumbai Maharashtra Selection Process Selection will be based on Interview. Application Fee There is no application fee. How to Apply Interested candidates may apply Online through website www.tifr.res.in hard copy send to Head, Establishment, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Homi Bhabha Road, Navy Nagar, Colaba, Mumbai 400005 on or before 23.12.2017 Tata Institute of Fundamental Research is a National Centre of the Government of India, under the umbrella of the Department of Atomic Energy, as well as a......
Opening For Junior Engineer
Post Name Junior Engineer
No of Vacancy 03 Posts
Pay Scale Rs. 9300-34800 -
Grade Pay Rs.4200 - Post Name Engineer Trainee
No of Vacancy 02 Posts
Pay Scale Rs. 25000 - Educational Qualification For Junior Engineer SSC HSC with AICTE approved Diploma in Electrical Mechanical Engineering with minimum 60 marks
For Engineer Trainee B.E. B.Tech in Computer Science Information Technology from a recognized university. Age Limit For UR Candidates 28 years
For SC Candidates 33 years Job Location Mumbai Maharashtra How to Apply TIFR Vacancy Interested candidates may Apply Online through website http www.tifr.res.in on or before 25.06.2016....
Walkin For Administrative Assistant
Post Name Administrative Assistant
No of Vacancy 01 Post
Pay Scale Rs. 32500 - Per Month Educational Qualification Graduate in any Discipline with 55 marks.
Age Limit 33 years As on 01.01.2016 Job Location Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh How to Apply TIFR Vacancy Interested candidates may appear for Interview along with Application, original self attested copies of of the same at the time of interview. Venue of Interview Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, TIFR Centre For Interdisciplinary Sciences, Plot No.21, Brundavan Colony, Gandipet Main Road, Narsingi, Hyderabad-500075....
Government Job Clerk, Library Trainee
Post Name Clerk
No of Vacancy 01 Post
Pay Scale Rs. 5200-20200 -
Grade Pay Rs.2000 - Post Name Library Trainee
No of Vacancy 02 Posts
Pay Scale Rs. 15000 - Educational Qualification For Clerk Graduate with 50 marks and Knowledge of typing and use of personal computers and applications
For Library Trainee Graduate from a recognized university Science preferable . ii B.Lib. from a recognized University. Age Limit For Clerk 31 years
For Library Trainee 28 years Job Location Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh How to Apply TIFR Vacancy Interested candidates may Apply Online through website http www.tifr.res.in on or before 02.06.2016. Important Dates to Remember Last Date for Submission of Online Application 02.06.2016...
The TIFR (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research) is a National Centre of the Government of India, under the umbrella of the Department of Atomic Energy, as well as a deemed University awarding degrees for master's and doctoral programs. At TIFR, we carry out basic research in physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics, computer science and science education. Our main campus is located in Mumbai, but we have additional campuses in Pune, Bangalore and Hyderabad.
In Bombay the Institute was housed at Kenilworth, a bungalow on Pedder Road. It was inaugurated by Sir John Colville, Governor of Bombay on 19th December 1945. In 1949, as the Institute grew, it found its second home at the Old Yacht Club Building (former home of Royal Bombay Yacht Club) near Gateway of India. The Cosmic Ray Group was the first to start functioning. The Nuclear Emulsion and the Electron Magnetism Group started in 1953. Work in Computer Science and Technology in 1954, and the first pilot machine became operational in 1956. The full scale machine, later named the TIFRAC was commissioned in February 1960.
The foundation stone of the main building at the Colaba campus was laid by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in 1954. This constitutes the Institute's main campus at present. The modern building on the seafront with gardens, lawns and a seaside promenade was designed by the Chicago architect, Helmuth Bartsch. The building was inaugurated by Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru on 15 January 1962.
In 1955-56 the Tripartite Agreement between the Government of India, Government of Bombay and the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust came into force at the Institute. The Tripartite Agreement envisaged extensive financial support from the Government of India and correspondingly a greater and more permanent representative for it on the Council of Management. Today, more than 99% of the expenditure of the Institute is borne by the Government of India. The Institute comes under the purview of the Department of Atomic Energy through which all grants are chanelled.
In the 1960s the Institute expanded to start a Molecular Biology Group and a Radio Astronomy Group. A low temperature facility and a semi conductor group started around the same time. In 1964 a Basic Dental Research Group started which has since discontinued. The 1970s saw the Institute expand to include Theoretical Astrophysics and the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education. Over the next two decades the Institute further expanded by founding new national centres: The National Centre for Radio Astrophysics in Pune, The Centre for Applicable Mathematics in Bangalore, The National Centre for Biological Sciences in Bangalore. The latest in such efforts has been the International Centre for Theoretical Sciences which was founded in 2007. The work of the Institute is now carried out in three Schools: the School of Mathematics, the School of Natural Sciences and the School of Technology and Computer Sciences. The Institute was granted the status of a deemed university in 2003.