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Raman Research Institute (RRI), Bangalore announces PhD program 2016

Updated on Tue, 19 January 2016 at 16:48 IST

Raman Research Institute (RRI), Bangalore invites applications for admissions to Ph.D. program for the academic year 2016 - 17.

Ph.D. program is conducted by Raman Research Institute (RRI), Bangalore.

Courses Offered:

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) program in
=> Astronomy and Astrophysics
=> Chemistry
=> Light and Matter Physics
=> Soft Condensed Matter and Theoretical Physics

Eligibility Criteria:

Interested candidates should fulfill following eligibility criteria:

=> Candidates seeking admission in Physics must have MSc degree in Physics/Mathematics with a minimum of 55% marks in aggregate or equivalent or first class B.E./B.Tech degree in Engineering.

=> Students who expect to complete their final degree in the academic year 2015-2016 may also apply, provided they can produce their final score card at the time of admission.

Application Procedure:

Candidates are advised to refer to official notifications /documents for detailed application procedure. IndCareer.com published details for informational purpose.

Application forms can be requested from the admissions office, by sending a self-addressed envelope (25 x 20 cm) to the following address Mid-Year Admissions 2016, Raman Research Institute, C.V. Raman Avenue Sadashivanagar, Bengaluru 560 080.

Online Application form can be downloaded from official website of Raman Research Institute (RRI), Bangalore: Click here to download application form

Important Dates:

Ph.D. program Important dates section aims to list all important dates such as date of availability of form, last submission date, result date, counseling date, etc.

  • Last Date of Submission of Application Form: 31 March 2016

Contact Details

For more details please contact
C. V. Raman Avenue,
Sadashivanagar,
Near Mekhri circle,
Bengaluru,
Karnataka 560080

http://www.rri.res.in/

Raman Research Institute, Bangalore
The Raman Research Institute was founded in 1948 by the Indian physicist and Nobel Laureate, Sir C V Raman, to continue his studies and basic research after he retired from the Indian Institute of Science. Sir C V Raman served as its director carrying on his personal research until his demise in 1970. It was funded personally by him and with donations from private sources. In December 1934, the Government of Mysore gifted a plot of land in Bangalore to Professor Raman for the creation of a research institute. In the same year, the Indian Academy of Sciences was founded by Prof. Raman.
 
 

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