cancies – LRaman Research Institute Recruitment – Research Assistant Vaast Date 9 March 2017

Raman Research Institute (RRI)

Research Assistant

Address:  C. V. Raman Avenue, Sadashivanagar, Near Mekhri circle, Bengaluru, Karnataka  560080
Pay scale ( वेतन ) : A consolidated remuneration of Rs.22,000/- per month at commencement + HRA (30% of consolidated remuneration) will be paid to the selected candidate. An increment of Rs.1,000/- will be provided in any second year.
Educational requirements ( शैक्षिक आवश्यकता ) : A first class BE/BTech or MTech degree in Electronics or Electronics & Communication Engineering, with at least 80% marks or 8.0 CGPA in the qualifying examination is essential.
Desirable qualifications ( वांछनीय योग्यता ) : The applicant is expected to demonstrate competence in the domain area of the work as listed above. Demonstrated interest in experimental astronomy/physics is desirable. Experience in the domain area of the work is desirable. The applicant may document examples of project work or experience in the domain areas.
Job responsibilities / description ( उत्तरदायित्व) :Ability to work in teams and in remote field stations is essential – although the positions and work will be based at the Raman Research Institute campus at Bengaluru, it may be needed to make field trips with the team members for remote deployment of radio astronomy receivers and/or system tests and measurements across the country.
No of vacancies ( रिक्तियों की संख्या ) : 01
Last date to apply for this job ( अंतिम तारीख ) : 03/09/2017
How to apply ( आवेदन कैसे करे ) : Applications are to be sent in a sealed cover super-scribing the post on the envelope to the DIRECTOR, RAMAN RESEARCH INSTITUTE, C. V. RAMAN AVENUE, SADASHIVANAGAR, BENGALURU 560080.
General instructions ( सामान्य निर्देश ) : (i) Age relaxation will be applicable as per Govt., of India rules for the candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC/PWD categories. (ii) The institute reserves the right to restrict the number of candidates for test/ interview to a reasonable limit, on the basis of relevant qualification and experience higher than the minimum prescribed in the advertisement. (iii) Candidate should be self-driven, motivated and have leadership skills to manage the personnel working with him/her. (iv) Mere fulfilling the essential and desired qualifications will not entitle an applicant to be called for interview. (v) The institute reserves the right to relax any of the above requirements in exceptional cases. (vi) The Institute reserves the right not to fill the post herein advertised. (vii) Canvassing in any form shall disqualify the candidate.
Raman Research Institute (RRI) Official Website : http://www.rri.res.in/downloads/Advt_RA_04_AAG.pdf

Raman Research Institute (RRI)

Research Assistant

Address:  E, C. V.Raman Avenue , Sadashivanagar, Bangalore, Karnataka   560080
Pay scale ( वेतन ) : A consolidated remuneration of Rs. 22000/- per month + HRA (30% of consolidated remuneration) will be paid to the selected candidates for a period of one/two years
Educational requirements ( शैक्षिक आवश्यकता ) : M.Sc. (Physics /Mathematics) or B.E./ B.Tech (Engineering Physics) with at least one year of academic research experience in relevant areas.
Desirable qualifications ( वांछनीय योग्यता ) : The candidate should be highly motivated in pursuing computational research for quantum many-body systems. 75% or more marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA in the qualifying course is desirable. The candidate should have experience in the following – 1. Prior experience in working with time-evolving block decimation (TEBD) algorithm based on matrix product states or with density matrix renormalization group (DMRG) method. 2. Programming knowledge in Python/Matlab/ Mathematica/ C++.
Job responsibilities / description ( उत्तरदायित्व) :Raman Research Institute (RRI)
Age limit ( आयु सीमा ) : The upper as limit is 35 years, as on the last date for closing of applications.
Last date to apply for this job ( अंतिम तारीख ) : 03/09/2017
How to apply ( आवेदन कैसे करे ) : Applications are to be sent in a sealed cover super-scribing the post on the envelope to the SECRETARY, THEORETICAL PHYSICS GROUP, RAMAN RESEARCH INSTITUTE, C. V. RAMAN AVENUE, SADASHIVANAGAR, BANGALORE 560080 OR by email to manju@rri.res.in with advertisement number in the subject line. Application format: (1) Advt. No. (2) Name of the applicant; (3) Date of Birth; (4) Nationality; (5) Whether belonging to SC/ST/OBC; (6) Permanent Address; (7) Address for correspondence (please provide your mobile number and email-id); (8) Qualifications starting from SSC/X Std. upwards (please attach copies of certificates and marks cards); (9) Experience with details of organization, post held, duration of service, and emoluments drawn (attach certificates), (10) References of individuals who are familiar with you and your work, whom the Institute could contact for referral letters; and (11) Brief – not more than a page typed in double line spacing – as to what motivates you to apply for the above post. The last date for receipt of applications is 9th March 2017. Applications received after the last date will not be considered.
General instructions ( सामान्य निर्देश ) : (i) Age relaxation will be applicable as per Govt., of India rules for the candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC/PWD categories. (ii) The institute reserves the right to restrict the number of candidates for test/ interview to a reasonable limit, on the basis of relevant qualification and experience higher than the minimum prescribed in the advertisement. (iii) Candidate should be self-driven, motivated and have leadership skills to manage the personnel working with him. (iv) Mere fulfilling the essential and desired qualifications will not entitle an applicant to be called for interview. (v) No TA/DA will be paid for the candidates called for test/interview. (vi) The institute reserves the right to relax any or all of the above requirements in exceptional cases. (vii) The Institute reserves the right, not to fill the post herein advertised. (viii) Canvassing in any form shall disqualify the candidate
Raman Research Institute (RRI) Official Website : http://www.rri.res.in/downloads/Advt_RA_01_TPG.pdf

About Raman Research Institute

The Raman Research Institute was founded in 1948 by the Indian physicist and Nobel Laureate, Sir C V Raman, to continue his studies and basic research after he retired from the Indian Institute of Science. Sir C V Raman served as its director carrying on his personal research until his demise in 1970. It was funded personally by him and with donations from private sources.

History
In December 1934, the Government of Mysore gifted a plot of land in Bangalore to Professor Raman for the creation of a research institute. In the same year, the Indian Academy of Sciences was founded by Prof. Raman. Some years following the creation of the Raman Research Institute in 1948, Prof. Raman made a gift of various movable and immovable properties to the Academy for the use and benefit of the Raman Research Institute. After the Professor’s demise in November 1970, the Academy created a public charitable trust: the Raman Research Institute Trust. The lands, buildings, deposits, securities, bank deposits, moneys, laboratories, instruments, and all other movable and immovable properties held by the Academy for the Raman Research Institute were transferred to the RRI Trust. The foremost function of the RRI Trust was to maintain, conduct and sustain the Raman Research Institute.

Organization
The Raman Research Institute is now an autonomous research institute engaged in research in basic sciences. In 1972, the RRI was restructured to become an aided autonomous research institute receiving funds from the Department of Science and Technology of the Government of India. A set of Regulations and Bye-Laws were framed for its administration and management. Today, the main areas of research at the Institute are Astronomy & Astrophysics, Light & Matter Physics, Soft Condensed Matter and Theoretical Physics. The research activities include work in Chemistry, Liquid Crystals, Physics in Biology, and Signal Processing, Imaging & Instrumentation.

Website Address – http://www.rri.res.in/
Institute Address – C. V. Raman Avenue, Sadashivanagar, Near Mekhri circle, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560080

About Raman Research Institute

The Raman Research Institute was founded in 1948 by the Indian physicist and Nobel Laureate, Sir C V Raman, to continue his studies and basic research after he retired from the Indian Institute of Science. Sir C V Raman served as its director carrying on his personal research until his demise in 1970. It was funded personally by him and with donations from private sources.

History
In December 1934, the Government of Mysore gifted a plot of land in Bangalore to Professor Raman for the creation of a research institute. In the same year, the Indian Academy of Sciences was founded by Prof. Raman. Some years following the creation of the Raman Research Institute in 1948, Prof. Raman made a gift of various movable and immovable properties to the Academy for the use and benefit of the Raman Research Institute. After the Professor’s demise in November 1970, the Academy created a public charitable trust: the Raman Research Institute Trust. The lands, buildings, deposits, securities, bank deposits, moneys, laboratories, instruments, and all other movable and immovable properties held by the Academy for the Raman Research Institute were transferred to the RRI Trust. The foremost function of the RRI Trust was to maintain, conduct and sustain the Raman Research Institute.

Organization
The Raman Research Institute is now an autonomous research institute engaged in research in basic sciences. In 1972, the RRI was restructured to become an aided autonomous research institute receiving funds from the Department of Science and Technology of the Government of India. A set of Regulations and Bye-Laws were framed for its administration and management. Today, the main areas of research at the Institute are Astronomy & Astrophysics, Light & Matter Physics, Soft Condensed Matter and Theoretical Physics. The research activities include work in Chemistry, Liquid Crystals, Physics in Biology, and Signal Processing, Imaging & Instrumentation.

Website Address – http://www.rri.res.in/
Institute Address – C. V. Raman Avenue, Sadashivanagar, Near Mekhri circle, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560080

About Raman Research Institute

The Raman Research Institute was founded in 1948 by the Indian physicist and Nobel Laureate, Sir C V Raman, to continue his studies and basic research after he retired from the Indian Institute of Science. Sir C V Raman served as its director carrying on his personal research until his demise in 1970. It was funded personally by him and with donations from private sources.

History
In December 1934, the Government of Mysore gifted a plot of land in Bangalore to Professor Raman for the creation of a research institute. In the same year, the Indian Academy of Sciences was founded by Prof. Raman. Some years following the creation of the Raman Research Institute in 1948, Prof. Raman made a gift of various movable and immovable properties to the Academy for the use and benefit of the Raman Research Institute. After the Professor’s demise in November 1970, the Academy created a public charitable trust: the Raman Research Institute Trust. The lands, buildings, deposits, securities, bank deposits, moneys, laboratories, instruments, and all other movable and immovable properties held by the Academy for the Raman Research Institute were transferred to the RRI Trust. The foremost function of the RRI Trust was to maintain, conduct and sustain the Raman Research Institute.

Organization
The Raman Research Institute is now an autonomous research institute engaged in research in basic sciences. In 1972, the RRI was restructured to become an aided autonomous research institute receiving funds from the Department of Science and Technology of the Government of India. A set of Regulations and Bye-Laws were framed for its administration and management. Today, the main areas of research at the Institute are Astronomy & Astrophysics, Light & Matter Physics, Soft Condensed Matter and Theoretical Physics. The research activities include work in Chemistry, Liquid Crystals, Physics in Biology, and Signal Processing, Imaging & Instrumentation.

Website Address – http://www.rri.res.in/
Institute Address – C. V. Raman Avenue, Sadashivanagar, Near Mekhri circle, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560080

About Raman Research Institute

The Raman Research Institute was founded in 1948 by the Indian physicist and Nobel Laureate, Sir C V Raman, to continue his studies and basic research after he retired from the Indian Institute of Science. Sir C V Raman served as its director carrying on his personal research until his demise in 1970. It was funded personally by him and with donations from private sources.

History
In December 1934, the Government of Mysore gifted a plot of land in Bangalore to Professor Raman for the creation of a research institute. In the same year, the Indian Academy of Sciences was founded by Prof. Raman. Some years following the creation of the Raman Research Institute in 1948, Prof. Raman made a gift of various movable and immovable properties to the Academy for the use and benefit of the Raman Research Institute. After the Professor’s demise in November 1970, the Academy created a public charitable trust: the Raman Research Institute Trust. The lands, buildings, deposits, securities, bank deposits, moneys, laboratories, instruments, and all other movable and immovable properties held by the Academy for the Raman Research Institute were transferred to the RRI Trust. The foremost function of the RRI Trust was to maintain, conduct and sustain the Raman Research Institute.

Organization
The Raman Research Institute is now an autonomous research institute engaged in research in basic sciences. In 1972, the RRI was restructured to become an aided autonomous research institute receiving funds from the Department of Science and Technology of the Government of India. A set of Regulations and Bye-Laws were framed for its administration and management. Today, the main areas of research at the Institute are Astronomy & Astrophysics, Light & Matter Physics, Soft Condensed Matter and Theoretical Physics. The research activities include work in Chemistry, Liquid Crystals, Physics in Biology, and Signal Processing, Imaging & Instrumentation.

Website Address – http://www.rri.res.in/
Institute Address – C. V. Raman Avenue, Sadashivanagar, Near Mekhri circle, Bengaluru, Karnataka 5600800

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