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Vacancy of Senior Research Fellow At AIIMS

Vacancy of Senior Research Fellow At AIIMS

All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi has notified recruitment for the post of Senior Research Fellow (SRF). The institute is recruiting for a project under the Department of Science and Technology. The interested and eligible candidates may apply according to the given format.

Vacancy details:

Total number of posts: 1

Name of the post: Senior Research Fellow

Eligibility criteria:
Educational qualification:

  • The candidates must have a Master’s degree in any of these disciplines- Physical, Chemical, Biological, Engineering or Medical Sciences
  • Their qualifying degree should be from a recognised university or institute
  • The candidates are required to have a minimum score of 60 percent in their qualifying examination

Experience: The candidates must have a minimum experience of two years in the field of research. The candidates should have worked on analysis of MRI and fMRI for a minimum period of two years. Those who have experience in handling MRI and paradigm development will be given preference.

Pay scale: The selected candidate will receive salary as per AIIMS DST norms.

Selection procedure: The candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of their merit in the applications. The shortlisted candidates will have to appear for an interview round.

Application procedure: The candidates are required to send a copy of their detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) to ‘Dr. S. Senthil Kumaran, Additional Professor, Room no. 4, Department of NMR and MRI facility, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi-110029’. Or, they can also mail their CV to

Important dates: The candidates can submit their applications on or before September 8.

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