Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati has recently sought a job notification for the recruitment of a Junior Research Fellow vacancy. The renowned institution has invited applications from eligible candidates for the post of Junior Research Fellow for a DST SERB sponsored project entitled, “Security Analysis of Compiler Optimization Techniques” in the Department of Computer Science.
IIT Guwahati Job Recruitment
Desirous candidates can check all the job details below in the table.
|Assam Jobs||Recruitment details|
|Name of Posts||Junior Research Fellow|
|No of post||1|
|Job Location||Guwahati, Assam|
|Last date of application||9th April, 2022|
|Salary||Rs. 37210/- per month|
Educational & Eligibility Criteria for Junior Research Fellow Job Vacancy:
To be eligible for the Junior Research Fellow vacancy in IIT Guwahati, candidates must have qualified ME/MTech in CS/IT or related subjects. Applicant must have cleared GATE in CS at least once or BE/BTech in CS/IT/EC or relevant subjects with valid GATE score in CS/EC.
How to Apply for the IIT Guwahati recruitment:
Intended candidates are advised to send their CV along with their educational qualifications, working experience, contact address, phone no., email and Skype–id to the address mentioned below:
Email Address: email@example.com
The subject line of the email should be “Application for the JRF in Security Analysis of Compiler Optimization Techniques”.
The above testimonials must be sent latest by 9th April 2022 (Saturday)
Selection Procedure for IIT Guwahati JRF vacancy
The selection of candidates shall be made based on their performances in an interview. The online interview is scheduled to be on 11th April 2022 (Monday).
For further information, click here.
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