Junior Research Fellow

 Odisha, India


Optimum Resolution to Model Protein Association Reactions in Crowded Environment


Applications are invited from interested candidates for the post of Junior Research Fellow (JRF)” for the DBT project.

The selected candidate has to carry out cutting edge research in computational biophysics using multi-disciplinary approaches. The student will also pursue Ph.D at NIT Rourkela on a topic related to the project work.

The group’s research work can be found on the group webpage (https://​sites​.google​.com/​v​i​e​w​/​b​i​o​m​oldyn).


03 years (2024−2027)


Rs.31,000 p.m. (consolidated) for first two years; Rs.35,000 p.m. (consolidated) third year.


NET/ GATE qualified with M. Sc. in Physics, Chemistry or Chemical Engineering with 65% marks or 7.0 CGPA. Exceptionally good candidates appearing for final semester M.Sc. examination in the above-mentioned disciplines may also apply. However, such candidates have to produce NET/GATE qualification certificates within one year for admission into the Ph.D program.


Desirable qualifications: First division throughout career is preferred. Experience in working in computational projects and familiarity with programming languages such as c+ +/​FORTRAN/​Python is desirable.

To Apply

Candidates will prepare a Single PDF file to be sent to Principal Investigator (biswasm@​nitrkl.​ac.​in) on or before 01.05.2024, 23:59 HRS. The application form is available in the following link: https://​nitrkl​.ac​.in/​d​o​c​s​/​C​a​r​e​e​r​/​P​r​o​j​e​c​t​F​e​l​o​w​/​2​0​2​3​/​2​0​0​7​2​0​2​3​1​7​4​6​0​8​1​1​0.pdf which must be filled by candidates and also required to attach photocopies of all supporting documents, research papers (if any) etc.

Applications which are not in the prescribed format will summarily be rejected. Selection of suitable candidates will be made based on qualifications and performance in the selection interview (Offline).

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