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Ph.D ADMISSIONS 2009 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF ASTROPHYSICS [Ph.D, Integrated Ph. D Programme in Physics and Astrophysics and M. Tech. - Ph. D (Tech.)]

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INDIAN INSTITUTE OF ASTROPHYSICS
[Department of Science and Technology, Government of India]
2nd Block, KORAMANGALA, BANGALORE-560034.



Applications are invited for bright and motivated candidates with outstanding academic credentials for admission to the the following academic programmes-2009:


ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES - 2009

1. Ph. D Programme
2. Integrated Ph. D Programme in Physics and Astrophysics in collaboration with Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU)
3. Integrated M. Tech. - Ph. D (Tech.) Programme in Astronomical Instrumentation in collaboration with University of Calcutta (CU)

Selected candidates will be offered fellowship / stipend as per the norms of the Institute along with an annual book grant, accommodation and medical facilities.
Further details and application form, visit IIA website: http://www.iiap.res.in Applications should be submitted online on or before November 20, 2008.
The Entrance Test will be held on Saturday, the December 13, 2008 at Various centres across the country.
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

ONLINE APPLICATIONS SHOULD REACH IIA : 20th November, 2008
Letters of Recommendation must also be received by the 09thDecember, 2008


The qualifying degree requirements of the various programmes are listed Here. If the degree
requirements are met the candidate may apply to more than one programme.

Application Form for various Programmes-2009 follow the link below:
http://www.iiap.res.in/newphd/selection.html

Research fields:
Sun and the solar system: Solar activity, planets, comets, solar terrestrial physics
Stellar physics: Formation and evolution of stars, brown dwarfs, star clusters, planetary nebulae, stellar atmospheres, stellar variability, novae, supernovae
Extragalactic astronomy: Star formation in galaxies, activity in galaxies, groups and clusters of galaxies, gamma-ray burst events, Theoretical astrophysics and related physics: Magneto-hydrodynamics and radiative processes in astrophysical objects, pulsars, black hole physics, structure and dynamics of galaxies, relativity, cosmology, atomic and molecular physics
Instrumentation: Back-end instruments for the various observing facilities, space astronomy payloads


Facilities:
Kodaikanal Observatory, Kodaikanal
Vainu Bappu Observatory, Kavalur
Gauribidanur Radio Observatory, Gauribidanur
Indian Astronomical Observatory, Hanle
Center for Research and Education in Science & Technology, Hosakote
Library and computing facilities
The Institute plans to set up a 2 m class solar telescope at a high altitude site and develop a space coronagraph

For further details visit IIA Website http://www.iiap.res.in.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES - 2009
1. Ph. D Programme
3. Integrated M. Tech. - Ph. D (Tech.) Programme in Astronomical Instrumentation in collaboration with University of Calcutta (CU)

Ph.D. PROGRAMME
Follow this link for the announcement (poster).
This is an excellent opportunity for motivated and talented youngsters to enter the exciting field of research in Astronomy and Astrophysics. Selected candidates will be offered a fellowship of Rs.12,000/- p.m., an annual book grant, accommodation, and medical facilities.

Eligibility
Applications are invited from the motivated candidates with outstanding academic credentials, having (or completing) degree by July 2009. For details follow this link.

Selection Procedure
The selection procedure will involve: a written test and personal interview at IIA, Bangalore. Candidates qualified in Physics test in JEST 2009/ Physics test in GATE 2009 (with high percentile)/ UGC-CSIR NET with fellowship are exempted from the written test.

How to apply
Candidates should apply online Click here for online application

Details of the written test
Date: 13 December 2008, Saturday
Time: 10:00 am
Duration: 3 hours
Venue: Bangalore, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kodaikanal, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi, and Varanasi.


The written test will consist of multiple-choice questions on basic Mathematics & Physics and Advanced Physics (M. Sc. Physics syllabus), engineering subjects. Candidates selected to participate in the admission test will receive an admit card from the institute. To participate in the admission test, candidates will have to bring (1) admit card and (2) HB pencil for marking the OMR Answer Sheet. Based on the test results, candidates will be called for interviews at IIA.


Admission Through JEST Examination
This year (2009) JEST is being administered by the Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, Kolkata.
For details follow this link


Integrated Ph.D. Programme
IIA is happy to announce the launch of the integrated Phd Programme (IPhD) in Physics. The Integrated PhD Programme (IPhD) will admit bright, highly motivated students with Bachelor's degree in Science/Engineering, selected on an all-India basis. Selected candidates will be offered a fellowship of Rs.10,000/- p.m., an annual book grant, accommodation, and medical facilities.

Follow this link for the announcement (poster).

Selection Procedure
The selection procedure will involve: a written test and personal interview at IIA, Bangalore. Candidates qualified in Physics test in JEST 2009/ Physics test in GATE 2009 (with high percentile) are exempted from the written test. Candidates called for the interview at IIA, Bangalore will be paid return train fare in II Sleeper Class or equivalent bus fare by the shortest route on production of original tickets.

How to apply
Candidates should apply online Click here for online application

Eligibility
Applications are invited from the motivated candidates with outstanding academic credentials, having (or completing) degree by July 2009. For details follow this link.


Details of the written test
Date: 13 December 2008, Saturday
Time: 10:00 am
Duration: 3 hours
Venue: Bangalore, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kodaikanal, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi, and Varanasi.


The written test will consist of multiple-choice questions on basic Mathematics & Physics and Advanced Physics, engineering subjects. Candidates selected to participate in the admission test will receive an admit card from the institute. To participate in the admission test, candidates will have to bring (1) admit card and (2) HB pencil for marking the OMR Answer Sheet. Based on the test results, candidates will be called for interviews at IIA.

Admission Through JEST Examination
This year (2009) JEST is being administered by the Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, Kolkata.
For details follow this link

Further details on the programme
Upon successful completion of two years in the programme the candidates will be awarded a Masters' Degree in Physics. The candidates with a minimum Grade Point would continue to work for their Ph.D. advancing the topic of their M.Sc. dissertation with the same guide or if necessary embark upon a new subject with another guide. Some of them may like to leave after completing their M.Sc. In the third year of the Programme, students who qualify for continuation in the programme leading to the PhD degree will begin research work. The fellowship will be enhanced to Rs. 12000/pm beginning the third year and to Rs. 14000/pm beginning the fifth year of the programme. The normal duration of the IPhD programmewill be 6 years, including the minimum 2 years for the Masters' Degree. The candidates would satisfy all the administrative requirements of The University along the way and submit their Ph.D. thesis to The University not later than the end of the sixth year.



Integrated M.Tech.- Ph.D (Tech.)
IIA is happy to announce the launch of the Integrated M.Tech.- Ph.D (Tech) course in Astronomical Instrumentation in collaboration with Department of Applied optics and photonics, Calcutta University (CU). The Degree will be awarded by the University of Calcutta. The duration of M.Tech course work will be of 2 years divided into 4 semesters. After successful completion of the M. Tech course a student can opt for registration for Ph.D (Tech) programme at Calcutta University, subjected to a selection procedure and minimum cut-off grade.

Follow this link for the announcement (poster).

Selection Procedure
The selection procedure will involve: a written test and personal interview at IIA, Bangalore. Candidates qualified in Physics test in JEST 2009/ Physics test in GATE 2009 (with high percentile)/ UGC-CSIR NET with fellowship are exempted from the written test. Candidates called for the interview at IIA, Bangalore will be paid return train fare in II Sleeper Class or equivalent bus fare by the shortest route on production of original tickets.

How to apply
Candidates should apply online Click here for online application

Eligibility
Applications are invited from the motivated candidates with outstanding academic credentials, having (or completing) degree by July 2009. For details follow this link.


Details of the written test
Date: 13 December 2008, Saturday

Time: 10:00 am
Duration: 3 hours
Venue: Bangalore, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kodaikanal, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi, and Varanasi.


The written test will consist of multiple-choice questions on basic Mathematics & Physics and Advanced Physics, engineering subjects. Candidates selected to participate in the admission test will receive an admit card from the institute. To participate in the admission test, candidates will have to bring (1) admit card and (2) HB pencil for marking the OMR Answer Sheet. Based on the test results, candidates will be called for interviews at IIA.


Admission Through JEST Examination
This year (2009) JEST is being administered by the Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, Kolkata.
For details follow this link



Integrated Ph.D. Programme (in Physics)

Integrated Ph.D. Programme (in Physics)
Graduate Studies

Programme Description
The Integrated M.Tech- PhD (Tech) Programme will admit bright, highly motivated students with a three years B.Tech. degree (Post BSc Hons) in Optics and Optoelectronics / Radio Physics and Electronics from CU or B.Tech / BE degree in Electrical/ Instrumentation/ Electronics and Communications /Computer Science and Engineering from an institution recognized by AICTE. A candidate with M.Sc degree in Physics / Electronic Science / Applied Mathematics /Applied Physics from a UGC recognized institution is also eligible to apply.

Candidates will be selected through an all-India examination followed by an interview to be held in Bangalore ( the date will be announced soon). Outstation candidates will be paid return train fare in II Sleeper Class or equivalent bus fare by the shortest route on production of original tickets. GATE qualified candidates with 95 percentile and above can apply directly for the personal interview.

Selected students will be fully supported with a fellowship of Rs. 12,000 per month for the first two years. Students will be provided hostel accommodation, medical facilities; tuition fee will be student's responsibility.

First two semester classes will be held at the Department of Applied Optics and Photonics, Calcutta University. The third and fourth semester comprise of internship at IIA laboratories and projects at field stations respectively. Upon successful completion of two years in the programme the candidates will be awarded a M.Tech in Astronomical instrumentation from Calcutta University. In the third year of the Programme, students who qualify for continuation in the programme leading to the PhD(Tech) degree will begin research work at IIA. The fellowship will be enhanced to research fellows as par the norms of AICTE. The normal duration of the programme will be 6 years, including the minimum 2 years for the Masters' Degree. The candidates would satisfy all the administrative requirements of the University and submit their Ph.D. thesis to The University.
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