IIT Madras is currently working on a project titled “Centre for Programmable Photonic Circuits and Systems (CPPICS). Hence, the institution is offering the meritorious students a chance to grab the available 10 project vacancies. Selected candidates will have an engagement for a minimum of one year. They are also assured handsome salaries going up to 1.5 lakhs.
Hence, there are 10 project vacancies available in the branch of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras. The selection process will be based on performance and the salaries will vary accordingly. However, the salaries will range from Rs 21,500 up to 1,50,000. Also, the working period for some highly efficient candidates could be extended up to 5 years.
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Five project associates, three senior project officers, and one Chief Technology Officer (CTO) are to be appointed. Hence, all together they generate the 10 vacant CPPICS designations of IIT Madras. However, the qualifications for all three project designations vary differently.
The Chief Technology Officer (CTO) requires a :
Hence, the candidate bagging the position of the CTO will get a salary of Rs 1.5 lakhs.
The three senior project officers need qualifications of:
They will be salaried 35,000 on monthly basis. However, Project Associates will require BTech, BE, AMIE, or Master’s degree in science with 60 percent aggregate and get 21,500 per month.
All the candidates who meet the required eligibility qualifications of the designated positions can come to apply. However, the application has to be made online before 29th January 2020. Hence, separate applications for each post is required as the system feeds only one application with one ID. Also, the candidates are advised to check the official notification for further details.
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