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April 8, 2009

Pre-Doctoral and Ph. D. Programme Institute of Physics

Admission India

Institute of Physics

Pre-Doctoral and Ph. D. Programme – 2009

The research activity in the Institute centers around the areas of theoretical and experimental condensed matter physics, nuclear physics and high energy physics.

The Predoctoral programme is designed to train fresh M.Sc. students for conducting research activities.

Eligibility: The Institute invites application for the Pre-doctoral Programme from Indian nationals having the following qualifications : –

(A) M.Sc. Physics with minimum 55% marks (in aggregate).

(B) GATE qualifiers with minimum score of 95 percentile having current validity or, CSIR / UGC- NET qualifiers (for research fellowship) within last one year.

Candidates who have qualified JEST-2009 with a minimum score of 95 Percentile need not send any application. They will be contacted directly by the Institute. If a candidate has scored less than 95 percentile in JEST-2009 but satisfies any of the criteria for GATE/NET as above, he/she should also send the application.

Candidates appearing for the final semester/ year of M.Sc., who have already qualified in GATE or CSIR/UGC-NET can also apply. They should submit the relevant proof before joining the pre-doctoral programme. In case of non-availability of the M.Sc. results at the time of joining, the admission will be treated as provisional.

Application procedure: Application in prescribed format (download from the institute website), should be sent only by email as doc or pdf file latest by 15th May, 2009 to .

Institute of Physics
Sachivalaya Marg, Bhubaneswar, Orissa, INDIA – 751005
Phone: +91-674-2301058, 2300637, 2301171, 2301172

Last date of submission of Forms: 15th May, 2009
Date of Entrance Test : Written Test: 18 June 2009

Admission Procedure : All eligible candidates, whether through JEST-2009 or through application against this advertisement, will have to appear for a short written test in the morning of 18 June 2009. Result of written test will be published the same day and short-listed candidates will have to appear for interview on 18-19 June, 2009. Final merit list will be based on the scores of both the written test and the interview.

During the pre-doctoral and the first year of the Ph.D. programme, students are placed in Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) grade and are paid Rs. 12,000/- p.m. fellowship.

On completion of the Pre-doctoral programme, the students are eligible to join for research under the supervision of faculty members of the Institute, leading to the Ph.D. degree awarded by Homi Bhabha National Institute (HBNI), a deemed-to-be university within the Department of Atomic Energy.

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