DRDO Recruitment 2021: The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) in its recent recruitment drive has announced that it is inviting applications for Junior Research Fellowship. DRDO will be providing JRF in the naval physical and oceanographic laboratory (NPOL), Kochi. DRDO Recruitment Notification 2021 reads that all the interested candidates should make sure to apply by October 28, 2021.
- Junior Research Fellow 4 Posts
- Research Associate 1 Post.
- JRF: M.Sc/ M.Tech with first-class and NET/GATE qualification.
- RA: Ph.D. or equivalent degree or having 3 years of research, teaching, and design and development experience after MSc/ME/M.Tech with at least one research paper in Science Citation Indexed (SCI) journal.
The shortlisted candidates shall be called for a written test/ interview at Defence Food Research Laboratory, Mysore. Information will be sent through e-mail/ speed post to the shortlisted candidates.
DRDO Recruitment 2021: How to apply
- Step 1: Candidates should fill & submit their basic details using the online form available on the official website
- Step 2: Candidates should fill their detailed information in the Application Form in the prescribed format (uploaded on www.drdo.qov.in).
- The signed Application Form along with certificates in support of minimum educational qualification, matriculation certificate/birth certificate in support of date of birth, GATEINET Score card (if applicable), valid as on closing date of application, & caste certificate (if applicable) should be scanned in a single PDF file and emailed to email@example.com.
DRDO is the R&D wing of the Ministry of Defence, Govt of India, with a vision to empower India with cutting-edge defence technologies and a mission to achieve self-reliance in critical defence technologies and systems, while equipping our armed forces with state-of-the-art weapon systems and equipment in accordance with requirements laid down by the three Services. DRDO’s pursuit of self-reliance and successful indigenous development and production of strategic systems and platforms such as Agni and Prithvi series of missiles; light combat aircraft, Tejas; multi-barrel rocket launcher, Pinaka; air defence system, Akash; a wide range of radars and electronic warfare systems; etc., have given quantum jump to India’s military might, generating effective deterrence and providing crucial leverage.
“Balasya Mulam Vigyanam”—the source of strength is science-drives the nation in peace and war. DRDO has a firm determination to make the nation strong and self-reliant in terms of science and technology, especially in the field of military technologies.