Central Power Research Institute – Bangalore
(A Government of India Society, Ministry of Power)

Recruitment of Senior/ Junior Research Fellowship (SRF/JRF) Program

As a part of the research initiative of CPRI, Senior/Junior Research Fellowship Programme is being launched. Under this programme a Senior/Junior Research Fellow will work full time at CPRI’s Centre for Collaborative & Advanced Research (CCAR) on a research theme/project for two years (extendable up to six months). Necessary laboratory, computational and Library facilities shall be provided.

Minimum eligibility: SRF: Post Graduate in Engineering with first class in the relevant area of specialization with consistently high level of academic record and aptitude for research.

JRF: Graduate in Engineering / Masters Degree in Science, with first class in the relevant branch of Engineering / Science with consistently high level of academic record and aptitude for research.

Selection: Based on Written test/ Interview and past record.

Duration: Duration of research project will be two years with a provision of extension up to six months in exceptional cases, based on the recommendation of the competent authority.

Evaluation of Project: The progress of the research project carried out by SRF/JRF will be evaluated every three months by the evaluation committee.

1. SRF shall get Rs 18,000/ (Fixed) (Eighteen thousand rupees only) per month
2. JRF shall get Rs 15,000/ (Fixed) (Fifteen thousand rupees only) per month

How to Apply:
Candidates may apply in the prescribed application format, and the envelop containing the application shall be superscribed as ‘APPLICATION FOR SRF/JRF _____ ’ (indicate Project Code in the bracket) and send it to the following address:

Additional Director (CCAR)
Centre For Collaborative & Advanced Research (CCAR)
Central Power Research Institute
PB No. 8066, RMV II Stage
Sadashivanagar P.O, Bangalore – 560080

Last Date for Receipt application : 19-Feb-2010

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(Ref : DH Avenues February 3, 2010)