The Defense Research and development Organization (DRDO) has released the details regarding the walk in interview for the position of Junior research Fellow(JRF).
The interview will take place at Naval Materials Research laboratory(NMRL) Ambernath and Naval Physical and Oceanographic Laboratory(NPOL) Kochi.
Eligibility and Qualification Requirements for JRF Interview
- The tenure is termed as initially for 2 years.
- The age limit for candidates is 28 years as of on the date of the interview.
- Those candidates with a graduate studies must have NET qualification
- Candidates with higher degrees are not required to have NET qualification
- For certain disciplines, GATE scores will be accepted.
- Candidates must carry all the important document to the interview
Interview at Naval Materials Research Laboratory
The interview at Naval Materials Research Laboratory(NMRL) Ambernath will take place on July 22, 2017 at 11 AM for 7 posts. The candidates who have a postgraduate degree in Chemistry with first division and NET Qualification can apply for these posts.
Interview at Naval Physical and oceanographic Laboratory
The interview at Naval Physical and oceanographic Laboratory (NPOL) Kochi will be held on August 20, 2017 at 9AM for 6 posts in electronics and communication engineering, computer science engineering and mechanical engineering. The prospective candidates who are interested for the interview should send an e-mail their one-page bio-data to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 17, 2017.
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