The period of engagement shall be initially for a period of one year or till further orders whichever is earlier, during which the selected candidates will receive between ₹40,000-₹60,000 as remunerations per month.
The National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE), an autonomous institute under the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), is looking for suitable candidates for the post of Project Engineer/Scientist: GR-I, Project Engineer/Scientist: GR-II and Senior Project Engineer/Scientist for various projects/activities.
The activities/projects that the candidates will be involved in will be
- Development of High-Efficiency PERC Solar Cells funded by MNRE,
- Supply of Clean Drinking Water through IoT based Solar Powered Station at a large village in Haryana through automated dispensing while improving the water table: Pilot-Faridpur funded by DST,
- Solar Powered RO based Clean Drinking Water ATM System funded by MNRE,
- Development of a Modular Central Receiver Concentrated Solar Powered Plant for Decentralised Power Generation funded by MNRE,
- Skill Development programmes like Suryamitra, Varunmitra, Rooftop and Training for DISCOM Engineers funded by MNRE, International training programme like ITEC, ISA-ITEC, IAFS funded by MEA along with self-funded activities/projects like Hydrogen & Fuel Cell, Water Pumping, PV product development, Testing & Standardization etc.
A walk-in interview will be held on 24th & 25th January 2019 from 10.00 AM onwards at the Surya Bhawan, National Institute of Solar Energy, in Gurugram and interested candidates may apply online by 21st January 2019 to be eligible for the walk-in interview.
The period of engagement shall be initially for a period of one year or till further orders whichever is earlier, during which the selected candidates will receive between ₹40,000-₹60,000 as remunerations per month. The tenure of the contract can be extended depending upon the performance of the candidates or functional requirement of the Institute with the approval of the Competent Authority.
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