Government Of India, Department Of Space National Atmospheric Research Laboratory (NARL)
NARL, an autonomous organization under the Department of Space, Government of India, is dedicated to cutting-edge research in atmospheric and space sciences. Its focus areas include instrument development, observations, and modeling. NARL boasts a comprehensive range of advanced instruments, such as high-power RADARs and LIDARs, observational networks, and high-performance computing systems, providing a unique opportunity for research in areas like weather and climate.
NARL offers post-doctoral research positions in atmospheric and space sciences, meteorology, modeling, instrumentation, and signal processing. Applications for PDF/RA positions are accepted throughout the year.
- Aerosols, Radiation, and Trace Gases Group
- Atmospheric Structure and Dynamics Group
- Clouds and Convective Systems Group
- Computers and Data Management Group
- Constructions and Maintenance Division
- Ionospheric and Space Physics Group
- Radar and Application Development Group
- Weather and Climate Research Group
NARL is currently accepting applications for the following positions:
Post Doctoral Fellow/Research Associate (RA) positions:
NARL welcomes applications from highly motivated young researchers with a proven track record of high-quality research and publications for Post Doctoral Fellow (PDF)/Research Associate (RA) positions. Interested candidates should submit a research proposal outlining the objectives, current understanding, knowledge gaps, methodology, and expected outcomes, along with their CV and list of publications.
Age limit: Applicants should be below 35 years of age at the time of application submission (with a relaxation of five years for SC/ST candidates and three years for OBC candidates).
- RA-I – Rs. 47,000 + HRA
- RA-II – Rs. 49,000 + HRA
- RA-III – Rs. 54,000 + HRA
Candidates should hold a first-class (≥60%) post-graduate degree with a doctorate (Ph.D.) in the field of Physics, Atmospheric Science, Meteorology, Space Physics, Signal Processing, Computational Electromagnetics, or Instrumentation. Candidates who have submitted their Ph.D. thesis and are awaiting the final viva are also eligible to apply. Alternatively, candidates with a first-class (≥60%) ME/MTech degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering, Remote Sensing, Optical Engineering, or Microwave Engineering, along with at least 3 years of research experience and one research paper in a Science Citation Index (SCI) journal, may also apply.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates can visit the website (see link below) for detailed information and guidelines on how to fill out the online application form. Applications must be submitted online, and it is mandatory to provide the applicant's email ID in the application.
Note: Please refer to the provided link for more information and the online application form.