MNIT Project Fellow Recruitment 2020

Malaviya National Institute of Technology has announced the MNIT Project Fellow Recruitment 2020 notification on 15/04/2020. Notification is out for 01 Project Fellow/JRF post for “Investigation of local structure in Cu/Ag-ZnO nanocomposite through X-ray absorption” in the Department of Physics. Eligible candidates send the application before 29/05/2020. Candidates can view the post details, vacancy details, eligibility criteria, selection process, applying method, fees structure, syllabus, pattern and important dates in the below content.

Name of the Post: Project Fellow

Post Date: 17/04/2020

No of Vacancies: Not Mentioned

Place: Jaipur

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Important Dates for MNIT Project Fellow Recruitment:

Start Date to Submit Application15/04/2020
Last Date to Submit Application29/05/2020

Vacancy Details of MNIT Project Fellow Recruitment:

S.No.Name of the PostsNo. of Posts
1Project Fellow / JRFNot Mentioned

Job Profile:

Experimental research work, data analysis & reporting

Pay Scale:

S.No.Name of the PostsPay Scale
1Project Fellow / JRF 14,000/-

Educational Qualification:

Candidates should be completed M.Sc / M.Tech in Physics / Nanotechnology / NanoScience / Materials Science or other related disciplines with minimum 60 % marks or CGPA 6.75 (on 10 point scale)

Selection Process:

The selection will be based on the Interview.

Application Fee:

There is no application fee.

How to Apply for MNIT Project Fellow Recruitment:

  • Candidates may download the application form from the official website:
  • Candidates should submit the filled application form to the following address:
Principal Investigator Dr. Rahul Singhal,
Department of Physics,
Malaviya National Institute of Technology,

Important Links for MNIT Project Fellow Recruitment:

For Official NotificationClick here
For Official WebsiteClick here

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