IIT Madras Recruitment 2019: JRF aspirants alert! Check submission process, dates, website and other key details
IIT Madras Recruitment 2019: Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras, has started the application submission process for the Junior Research Fellow (JRF) post.
IIT Madras Recruitment 2019: Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras, has started the application submission process for the Junior Research Fellow (JRF) post. The last date for submission of the application form is January 25, 2019. The applicants may apply in the prescribed format before the last date.
The candidates may visit the IIT Madras official website icsris.iitm.ac.in for information regarding the recruitment. The applicants must go through the official notification to make sure that they have all the requisite educational qualification and experience for the post of Junior Research Fellow.
IIT, Madras Recruitment 2019: Vacancy details:
Junior Research Fellow (JRF): 1 post
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The candidates should hold a B.E/B.Tech degree with a valid GATE score or ME./M.Tech in mechanical engineering.
How to apply:
The candidates may apply online official portal icsris.iitm.ac.in by January 25, 2019. One should not try to apply twice for the same position, which may lead to the cancellation of the application form.
The applicants should apply early to avoid the last-minute rush. They have to be careful while filling in the application form, as any error may lead to the cancellation of the application form.
The candidates will be short-listed for test/interview on the basis of the information provided by them in their online applications. They must ensure that such information are true. If at any stage any information given by them or any claim made by them in their online applications is found to be false, their candidature will be rejected.
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