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Applications are invited for one temporary position of Junior Research Fellow (JRF) in the DBT
sponsored Research Project entitled “ Multifunctional Hybrid Nanosystem for Molecular Imaging
Applications” at Tezpur University.

Eligibility : Master degree in Nanoscience & Technology/ Physics/ Chemistry/
Biotechnology or equivalent with a good academic record. NET/ GATE
qualified candidates will be preferred.

Age : The upper age limit is 28 years for JRF. Age relaxation of 5 years for upper
age limit will be given to SC/ ST / Physically handicapped/ Femalecandidates.

Desirable : Experience in Nanomaterials synthesis and characterization, animal cell
culture and maintenance etc.

Fellowship : Rs. 12,000/p.m. + HRA as per rules.

Duration : 1 (one) year or till the completion of the project whichever is earlier.
Interested candidate may send their application (soft and hard copy) alongwith complete biodata,

details, photograph and attested copies of all certificates/ marksheets to Dr. P. Deb (, Associate Professor and Principal Investigator, Department of Physics, Tezpur University,Napaam784028 to reach within May 6, 2011.No TA/ DA will be paid to the candidates attending theinterview.
Memo No. F. 43123/
20059 (GAI)/
Last Date: 6/05/2011


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