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UGC-CSIR NET JRF / Gate Qualified

Direct Interview (Physics) for UGC-CSIR NET JRF or GATE qualified candidates

UGC-CSIR NET Examination

For admission into Ph. D. programme, applicant should be qualified for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF). Please note that:

Only those who have qualified for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) are eligible to apply.

Those who have qualified for only Lecturership are NOT ELIGIBLE.

Please note that the maximum CSIR rank is 100 and below.

Please note that you have to produce your letter from CSIR-UGC informing you of your qualification as JRF at the time of your interview.

GATE qualified candidates

Please note that you have to produce the valid Gate Score Card at the time of your interview.

Please note that the minimum score required is 97%tile.

Apply online.

Last date for submission of applications is 20 May 2015.

Please arrange to submit two referee letters in the prescribed format on or before 25th May, 2015.

Seminars

May 5 - Alladi Ramakrishnan Hall Discussion Meeting on New Scientific Approaches to Understanding the Indus Valley Phenomenon by Discussion Meeting on New Scientific Approaches to Understanding the Indus Valley Phenomenon
May 5 - Room 327 Graph Decomposition A -- Master Thesis Presentation by Pratik Tale/Saket Saurabh
May 5 - Hall 123 New second derivative theories of gravity for spherically symmetric spacetimes and emergent spacetime by Rakesh Tibrewala
May 6 - Alladi Ramakrishnan Hall Ore's theorem for subfactor planar algebras by Sebastien Palcoux
May 6 - Alladi Ramakrishnan Hall Coarsening arrest in three and two dimensional turbulence by Prasad Perlekar
May 7 - Room 327 Graph Decomposition B -- Master Thesis Presentation by Roohani Sharma/Saket Saurabh