Designation/Position- Project Associate-I/JRF at IIT Mandi
IIT Mandi, India invites application for Project Associate-I/JRF Positions from eligible and interested candidates
Research/Job Area- Mathematics/Applied Mathematics (or equivalent)
- Essential Qualification: M.Sc. in Mathematics/Applied Mathematics (or equivalent) with minimum 60% or 6.0 CGPA at 10-points scale.
- Consistently good academic record.
- Valid Gate Score Card / NET in the relevant area.
- Good background in Optimization Techniques and Soft Computing.
- Programming and logical skills and hands-on experience on programming in Python/C/C++ etc.
- Good command over English language and experience of writing technical/scientific project report.
- Project Title: Development of decision support systems integrating parallel adaptive heuristic algorithms for large-scale multi-objective optimization problems for socio-economic and environmental planning.
- Principle Investigator: Dr. Manoj Thakur (Associate Professor, School of Basic Sciences)
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Funding agency: DST
- Designation: Project Associates-I/JRF
- Number of Posts: 02
- Salary: ₹ 15,000 – 31,000/- per month. (Depending on qualifications, experience, and suitability.)
- Duration: The initial appointment will be for a period of six months and may be extended further subject to the performance of the candidate, availability of funds, project duration, and requirements.
- Algorithm development, programming implementation, and evaluation.
- Detailed report writing of the work.
How to Apply- Interested and eligible candidates may send the soft copy of their resumes in the attached format (with the file name “DST_firstname_lastname”) along with the scanned copies of the relevant documents to E-mail ID: email@example.com with subject line Application for project position.
Call for interview:
- Only shortlisted candidates would be intimated by e-mail to appear in the online interview.
- No other communications in this regard will be entertained
Last Date for Apply– 22 September 2020