Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Mumbai, is a premier institute dedicated to the intense multi-disciplinary research supporting the ambitious nuclear energy programme of India. BARC is empowering young, talented and motivated students to contribute to pathbreaking discoveries in frontier areas of scientific research and cutting-edge technologies by
offering Junior Research Fellowships in the areas of Physical, Chemical and Biological Sciences.
Applications are invited from interested students for the award of Junior Research Fellowships at this Centre.
Nuclear and radiochemistry, actinide chemistry, radiopharmaceuticals,
radiation processing, solid state and high temperature chemistry, nuclear
materials, nano materials, electrochemistry, spectroscopy, chemistry using
lasers, advanced separation techniques, analytical sciences, materials for
energy conversion and storage, chemical sensors, biomaterials, polymers,
computational chemistry, active pharmaceuticals ingredients.
Mutation breeding, plant & agriculture biotechnology, radiation effects on
cells, radio-resistance, prokaryotic stress biology, bioremediation, genetic
engineering, radiation treatment of food, food preservation & packaging,
biosensors, cancer biology & diagnostics, cancer therapeutics, immunology,
microbiome, TB diagnostics & treatment, biofilms & biofouling, thermal
ecology, structural biology of proteins.
AGE LIMIT :
The candidate must be an Indian national. The candidate should be less than 28 years of age as on last date for receipt of application. Age relaxation is applicable up to 3 years in case of Other Backward Class applicants, 5 years in case of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe applicants and 10 years in case of persons with disabilities applicants.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA :
I. Candidates should have consistently good academic record and should have secured minimum of 60% aggregate in B.Sc. and 55% aggregate in M.Sc. from a recognized University.
II. a. Candidates those who have completed and awaiting the final results of M.Sc. Degree may also apply. However, such candidates should necessarily attach copies of the mark sheets of B.Sc. Degree and a copy of M.Sc. first year mark sheet(s) along with the application.
Such candidates should have scored marks above 60% aggregate until the previous semester/year and minimum aggregate of 60% in B.Sc. level. In case such candidates eventually join the Fellowship, they shall have acquired aggregate marks of 55% in the qualifying degrees.
b. Candidates with five years integrated M.Sc. degree should have secured minimum of 55% aggregate in M.Sc./B.S.-M.S. (Dual degree).
c. In case appearing candidates are selected for JRF, they should secure 55% marks in aggregate in the M.Sc. examination and submit their M.Sc. Degree and mark sheet by July 01, 2021, failing which their candidature may be terminated.
III. Relevant certificates to this effect should be submitted at the time of joining the Centre.
Wherever the results are declared as CGPA/GPA, it may be converted to percentage and entered. (The formula prescribed by the institute for conversion to be indicated at the time of verification).
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