Post Doctoral Programme

  1. IASST encourages talented persons with Ph.D. degree to apply for INSPIRE Faculty/ Ramanujan fellowship/Ramalingaswami Re-entry Fellowship and other National Fellowships such as Woman Scientist Scheme, DBT-PDF to the respective funding agencies. However, such applications will be subject to a rigorous screening process in the Institute prior to recommendation to DST, GOI. The prescreening process will take into consideration on the followings for implementation of the programme:
      a) The line of research of the aspiring candidate should be in the existing research domains pursued at IASST.
    1. b) It will be ensured that the existing laboratory setup and space in specific division intending to accept such Faculty/Fellow are adequate. There will not be any provision for creation of additional lab space to the aspiring candidate.
    1. c) Accepted Faculty/Fellow will be allowed to avail foreign visit/training excluding conferences for research exposure and training after completion of one year, as per the provision of the Faculty/Fellowship programme.
    1. e) The accepted Faculty/Fellowship must strictly adhere to all the rules and regulations of IASST and the guidelines of Scheme/Fellowship.
  1. Institutional Postdoctoral programme. IASST encourages talented persons with Ph.D. degree to apply for institutional Postdoctoral Fellowship (I-PDF) programme. Interested candidates should apply online within specified days of publication of the Advertisement. The candidate should have sound knowledge of running common analytical/laboratory instruments related to his/her research field, which is evident by at least 3 first author publications in peer-reviewed national and international Scopus indexed journals. The appointment will be initially for a period of 12 (twelve) months. Extension of the tenure of I-PDF will be based on the recommendation of the assessment committee to be constituted by the Director. These programs do not lead to a continuing appointment and have a fixed maximum term.