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ICTS recruitment for Postdoctoral Fellowships in Bangalore

Eligibility : M Phil / Phd

Location : Bangalore

Last Date : 15 Jun 2016

Hiring Process : Written-test, Face to Face Interview

ICTS-TIFR – Job Details.

Postdoctoral Fellowships In Physics And Mathematics Jobs recruitment in International Centre for Theoretical Sciences (ICTS)

Eligibility : Applications are invited from highly motivated young scientists with PhDs in theoretical physics, interdisciplinary and applied mathematics, astronomy, theoretical physical chemistry, theoretical physical biology and related fields. Individuals who have submitted their doctoral thesis are also encouraged to apply.

Salary and Benefits : For regular fellowship positions, the monthly salary structure is: 32,000 INR (for thesis submitted), 36,000 INR (PhD), 38,000 INR (PhD+1 year), and 40,000 INR (PhD + 2 years). Each fellow also receives a contingency grant of 32,000 INR per annum. In addition, the fellows are eligible for on campus accommodation (or housing allowance @30% of the honorarium) and medical benefits (identical to those currently available to the employees of NCBS-TIFR). For further details please refer to our webpage .

How to Apply:

Interested candidates can Apply Online with their CV, list of publications, a research proposal (not more than two pages) and a covering letter (PDF). The applicants also need to arrange at least three recommendation letters sent directly to the ICTS. The nominal deadline is  June 15, 2016; but applications will be considered until the positions are filled. The nominal starting date of October 1, 2016 is negotiable. Informal queries may be addressed to the ICTS faculty.

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