Research Assistant Metallurgical Engineering
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College of Engineering Pune


BE/B.Tech(Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgical)

Last Date: 2017-11-18

College of Engineering Pune Job DetailsDate of Posting: 2017-11-12

Research Assistant MetallurgicalEngineering Jobs opportunity in College of Engineering Pune

Project Title : " Synthesis, Design and Development of High Vibration Damping Al-Alloys ( AA7075) 10wt% Graphite composites for Naval Applications"

Essential Qualification : The candidates possessing First class B.E. / B.Tech Degree from Metallurgical / Mechanical Engineering are eligible. The higher qualification like master degree (M.Tech. /M.E.) with minimum of 55% marks in the subject concerned will be given preference. The candidate to be appointed as RA should be below the age of 35 years at the time of appointment. The appointment is purely on temporary basis. Experience in casting of nonferrous will be preferred.

No. of Post : 01

Duration of the project: Total Three year

Fellowship: Rs. 30, 000/- per month consolidated.

Hiring Process : Written-test
Job Role : Research/JRF/SRF

How to apply

Application with accompanying bio-data must be submitted within 10 days from the date of this advertisement to the Head of the Deptt. Department of Metallurgy and Material Science College of Engineering (An Autonomous Institute of Govt. of Maharashtra) Shivajinagar, Pune ? 411 005 . The last date for submitting application by email with detailed bio data in One Single file is 18th November 2017 by 12.00 noon.
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About College of Engineering Pune

COEP's precursor, The Poona Engineering Class and Mechanical School was opened in July 1854, its aim being to provide suitable instruction for subordinate officers in the Public Works Department. The School was situated in Bhawani Peth, Poona , and the accommodation consisted of three small detached houses for teaching purposes and a separate house for the Principal. In June 1865 Mr. Theodore Cooke, M.A who held that appointment for 28 years was appointed Principal. The foundation stone of the new college was laid by His Excellency the Governor, Sir Bartle Frere, on the 5th August 1865.

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