Last Date:03 May,2019
Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO)
DRDO aka Defence Research and Development Organisation invites application for the post of 05 Junior Research Fellow (NSTL Unit) Vacancy. Apply Online before 03 May,2019. DRDO Recruitment Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official website is https://www.drdo.gov.in
Name of the post – Junior Research Fellow (NSTL Unit)
No of post – 05
Pay Scale – Rs 25000
first division B.E. / B.Tech. in Mechanical Engg./ EEE/ ECE/ E&I Engg./ Computer Science & Engg. / Information Technology with a valid NET/GATE score OR M. E. / M. Tech.
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- The following Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) are available initially for a period of two years (extendable as per rules) at a Monthly Stipend of Rs. 25,000/- + House Rent Allowance as admissible as per rules. Interested candidate may appear for a Walk-inInterview to be held at NSTL, Visakhapatnam; as per the details given below.
- Age Limit: 28 years as on date of Walk-in-interview. The upper age limit shall be relaxable for the candidate’s belongings to SC, ST and OBC as per Govt of India orders.
- Those who possess the prescribed qualification acquired from recognized University / Institutions only need to attend the Walk-in-interview. NSTL reserves the right not to select any candidate, if suitable candidates are not available.
- Candidates working in the Public Sector undertakings/Autonomous Bodies should bring ‘No Objection certificate’ from the concerned authorities at the time of Interview.
- No TA / DA will be paid for attending the Walk-in-interview.
- It may please be noted that Award of fellowship does not confer on fellows any right for absorption in DRDO.
- Interested candidates may appear before the Selection Committee with all their Original certificates/mark sheets with attested photocopies of the same, 02 recent passport size photograph, a valid ID card in original (Aadhaar/PAN card/Voter ID card/Passport etc.) and crossed Indian Postal Order OR Demand Draft of Rs. 10/- drawn in favour of “The Director, NSTL, Visakhapatnam”. Candidates belonging to SC/ ST/OBC are exempted from this payment.
- A Written Test will be conducted to shortlist the candidates for Interview. Written test will be of 1 hour duration and of 100 marks consisting of 25 Multiple Choice Questions (4 marks each) of the specific subject. There will be negative marking of 1 mark for each wrong answer.
- A panel of selected candidates will be prepared for the available and future fellowships. The panel will operate for a period of one year from the date of interview.
- The prospective candidates may E-mail their Bio-data in the given format to email@example.com by 03/05/2019.
- The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is an agency of the Government of India, charged with the military’s research and development, headquartered in New Delhi, India. It was formed in 1958 by the merger of the Technical Development Establishment and the Directorate of Technical Development and Production with the Defence Science Organisation. It is under the administrative control of the Ministry of Defence, Government of India.
- In January 1947, as President of the Indian Science Congress, Jawaharlal Nehru met a distinguished foreign invitee, Professor PMS Blackett a Nobel Laureate in Physics . Pandit Nehru, as Prime Minister of India,extended an invitation to Professor PMS Blackett through the Defence Minister to visit India and advise the Government on the research and development needs to make the country as early as possible a selfsupporting defence entity. Professor Blackett’s Report to the Defence Minister was submitted in September 1948 in which he advised to set Defence Research Organization  which was later amalgamated with a network of 52 laboratories, which are engaged in developing defence technologies covering various fields, like aeronautics, armaments, electronics, land combat engineering, life sciences, materials, missiles, and naval systems in DRDO, DRDO is India’s largest and most diverse research organisation. The organisation includes around 5,000 scientists belonging to the Defence Research & Development Service (DRDS) and about 25,000 other scientific, technical and supporting personnel.
- The DRDO was established in 1958 by amalgamating the Defence Science Organisation and some of the technical development establishments. A separate Department of Defence Research and Development was formed in 1980 which later on administered DRDO and its 50 laboratories/establishments. Most of the time the Defence Research Development Organisation was treated as if it was a vendor and the Army Headquarters or the Air Headquarters were the customers. Because the Army and the Air Force themselves did not have any design or construction responsibility, they tended to treat the designer or Indian industry at par with their corresponding designer in the world market. If they could get a MiG-21 from the world market, they wanted a MiG-21 from DRDO.
- DRDO started its first major project in surface-to-air missiles (SAM) known as Project Indigo in 1960s. Indigo was discontinued in later years without achieving full success. Project Indigo led to Project Devil, along with Project Valiant, to develop short-range SAM and ICBM in the 1970s. Project Devil itself led to the later development of the Prithvi missile under the Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme (IGMDP) in the 1980s. IGMDP was an Indian Ministry of Defence programme between the early 1980s and 2007 for the development of a comprehensive range of missiles, including the Agni missile, Prithvi ballistic missile, Akash missile, Trishul missile and Nag Missile. In 2010, then defence minister A. K. Antony ordered the restructuring of the DRDO to give ‘a major boost to defence research in the country and to ensure effective participation of the private sector in defence technology’. The key measures to make DRDO effective in its functioning include the establishment of a Defence Technology Commission with the defence minister as its chairman. The programmes which were largely managed by DRDO have seen considerable success with many of the systems seeing rapid deployment as well as yielding significant technological benefits. DRDO has achieved many successes since its establishment in developing other major systems and critical technologies such as aircraft avionics, UAVs, small arms, artillery systems, EW Systems, tanks and armoured vehicles, sonar systems, command and control systems and missile systems.
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