Indian Institute of Astrophysics jobs for Engineer Trainee in Bangalore

Indian Institute of Astrophysics jobs for Engineer Trainee in Bangalore

Last Date to apply: 30 Oct 2015

Indian Institute of Astrophysics Engineer Trainee
Eligibility : MSc(Phy), MCA, BE/B.Tech(CSE)
Location : Bangalore
Last Date : 30 Oct 2015
Hiring Process : Walk – In
Skills: C, C++
Indian Institute of Astrophysics – Job DetailsDate of posting:08 Oct 15
Advt. No.IIA/15/2015

Engineer Trainee Jobs opportunity in Indian Institute of Astrophysics (IIA) 


  • B.E/B.Tech/M.Sc or equivalent in the field of Electronics and Telecommunication/ Computer Science/ Physics or MCA with a recommended minimum of 60% marks from a recognized University/Institution. 
  • Percentage of marks is relaxable if the candidate’s technical knowledge is exceptional. 
  • Candidates should have good knowledge in C, C++, Perl and Python.
No. of Posts : 02
Remuneration : Rs. 20,000/- per month (inclusive of all)
Age Limit : 26 years 
Place of Work : Bangalore

How to apply:

Eligible young, bright and highly motivated individuals are invited to attend Walk-in-interview on 30th October, 2015 at the Institute Campus, 2nd Block, Koramangala, Bangalore between 09.00 AM and 05.00 PM. Candidates attending the walk-in interview should come with duly filled in prescribed application attached with this advertisement with a passport size photograph pasted on the top of the application along with original certificates related to their qualification and experience and also one set of self certified xerox copies. The candidates should register their name between 09.00 AM and 10.00 AM on the date of Walk-in-interview and the candidates coming beyond this time will not entertained.

About Indian Institute of Astrophysics:

The Indian Institute of Astrophysics is a premier institute devoted to research in astronomy, astrophysics and related physics. It traces its origins back to an observatory set up in 1786 at Madras which from the year 1792 began to formally function at its Nungambakkam premises as the Madras Observatory. In 1899, the observatory moved to Kodaikanal. In the year 1971, the Kodaikanal Observatory became an autonomous society, the Indian Institute of Astrophysics. The headquarters were shifted to Bangalore into its present campus in Koramangala in 1975. Today, funded by the Department of Science and Technology, the Institute ranks as a premier institution devoted to research and education of astronomy and physics in the country. The main observing facilities of the Institute are located aKodaikanal, Kavalur,Gauribidanur and Hanle.