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Scientist & Geotechnical Engineering, Jobs & Vacancy in Engineering at Indian institute of Remote Sensing , Dehradum Apr 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Indian institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS), a Unit of Indian Space Research organization (ISRO), is a premier institute for capacity building and research in the field of remote sensing and geoinformatics. The institute has a multi-disciplinary and problem oriented agenda on developing land-ocean-atmosphere applications and understanding Earth’s surface and subsurface processes using primarily the space-based technologies. The research programmes are intricately linked to overall goal of ISRO and promote research excellence in satellite remote sensing and system studies.
IIRS INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSTS OF SCIENTISTS/ENGINEERS “SD” AND “SC”
Post No. 1 : Scientist/Engineer-SD (Atmospheric Sciences)
Essential Qualification : Ph.D. in Atmospheric Science/Meteorology
Post No. 2 : Scientist/Engineer-SD (Engineering Geology/ Geotechnical Engineering)
Essential Qualification : Ph.D. in Geology/ Applied Geology/ Geosciences/ Geotechnical Engineering
Desirable Qualification : Research experience in the Field and Laboratory Investigation (Engineering geology/ Rock mechanics), Remote Sensing, Geostatistics, Computer Programming with first class academic records and publications in peer reviewed journals.
Post No. 3 : Scientist/Engineer-SD (Ecology)
Essential Qualification : Ph.D. in Forestry/Ecology/Environmental Science
Desirable Qualification : Knowledge/experience in structural and functional analysis of ecosystems, landscape ecology and programming will be given preference. Degree/Diploma in applications of remote sensing and GIS in forest/natural resources monitoring and modelling with first class academic records and publications in peer reviewed journals
Post No. 4 : Scientist/Engineer-SD (Urban Planning)
Essential Qualification : Ph.D in Urban and Regional Planning with B.E./B.Tech. in Civil Engineering or Architecture
Desirable Qualification : Degree / Diploma in Remote Sensing & GIS in human settlement analysis and regional planning with first class academic records and publications in peer reviewed journals.
Post No. 5 : Scientist/Engineer-SC (Geophysics)
Essential Qualification : M.Sc./M.Tech./M. Sc. (Tech.) (Geophysics) with B.Sc. (Geology and two subjects from Physics/ Mathematics/ Chemistry)
Desirable Qualification : Research experience in Field Investigation (Geophysical survey), Remote Sensing, Computer Programming, DGPS survey, Seismology with good first class academic record.
Post No. 6 Scientist/Engineer-SC (Hydrological modeling)
Essential Qualification : M.Tech. in Hydrology/ Water Resources with B. Tech. in Civil or Agricultural engineering.
Desirable Qualification : Research experience in climate change studies and hydrological modeling along with sufficient experience in computer programming with first class academic record.
Post No. 7 : Scientist/Engineer – SC ( Geoinformatics)
Essential Qualification : M.Sc. / M.Tech. in Geoinformatics/ Geomatics
Desirable Qualification : B.Tech in Computer Science/Electronics & communication engineering. Experience in research in frontier areas of geoinformatics and knowledge in computer programming.
Candidates for Post No. (s) 5, 6 & 7 possessing M.Tech. should be in first class with an aggregate minimum of 60% marks of CGPA/CPI grading of 6.5 on a 10 scale along with B.E/B.Tech./B.Sc. (Engg)/M.Sc. in first class with aggregate of 65% (Average of all semesters) or CGPA/CPI grading of 6.5 on a 10 scale. Candidate for Post No.(s). 1 to 4 who have submitted their Ph.D. thesis may also apply along with the documentary proof of submission of their Ph.D.
Age as on 01.03.2012 :
(A) The age limit for the post of Scientist/Engineer-SC is 35 years but relaxable for 5 years in case of SC/ST candidates and 3 years in case of OBC candidates.
(B) There is no age limit for the post of Scientist/Engineer – SD.
How to apply : After registration, it is mandatory to send one printed copy of the duly signed On-line application form, color photographs, attested true copies of all the mark sheets, degree certificates, experience certificate, caste/tribe certificate etc. to the following address by SPEED POSTS. The form should reach the office failing which online application will be rejected outright. ADMINISTRTATIVE OFFICER (PERSONNEL), INDIAN INSTITUTE OF REMOTE SENSING (ISRO), 4, KALIDAS ROAD, DEHRADUN 248001, UTTARAKHAND.
1. Applications will be received on-line only. The detailed advertisement and application format for online registration will be hosted
2. After registration, it is mandatory to send one printed copy of the duly signed On-line application form, color photographs, attested true copies of all the mark sheets, degree certificates, experience certificate, caste/tribe certificate etc. to the following address by SPEED POSTS.
3. ADMINISTRTATIVE OFFICER (PERSONNEL), INDIAN INSTITUTE OF REMOTE SENSING (ISRO), 4, KALIDAS ROAD, DEHRADUN 248001, UTTARAKHAND. Other conditions/instructions: Candidates belonging to OBC must submit a certificate specifically including the clause regarding exclusion from creamy layer and should be up-dated/ valid at the time of submission of the application.
4. Mere fulfillment of the qualitative requirements of the posts will not entail a candidate to be called for test/interview. A duly appointed screening committee will initially scrutinize the applications, evolve a criteria depending on the number of applications received vis-à-vis posts to be filled and make a shortlist of the candidates to be called for further test and/or interview.
5. Those who are already in employment under the Central Government/ State Government/ Public Sector Undertaking/Autonomous Body or any organizations which is aided by the Government, should apply through proper channel. Only Indian National needs to apply.
Tentative Last Date:04-06-2012
About the organization:
Human civilization has almost mastered to harness natural resources. So much so, instead of being part of ecosystem we have occupied centre stage of ecosystem and started modifying the ecosystem as we like. However, we must appreciate natural resources are not infinite. Growing need/greed and pace of utilization has put us in critical situation. India in particular has vast natural resources. Still due to dependency of large population on natural resources, we see scarcity/ mismanagement and conflicts. We need an efficient method which can provide us timely and accurate information on resources utilization pattern in time and space. The importance of remote sensing for the socio-economic development of nations has been recognized since the era of aerial photography in the early part of 20th century. The advent of space borne platforms on unmanned satellites has provided unprecedented opportunities to study earth surface features, physical processes, natural resources and environment. Therefore, remote sensing from aerospace media has become the most valuable tool for management and monitoring of natural resources and environment.
Indian institute of Remote Sensing
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