|National Atmospheric Research Laboratory|
|National Atmospheric Research Laboratory is inviting applications from Indian citizens for recruiting following posts:|
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M.Sc. or MS in Physical Sciences in first class with an aggregate minimum of 65% marks or CGPA/ CPI grading of a minimum of 6.5 on a 10 scale at the Masters degree level with pre eligibility qualification at Graduate level should also be in first class with an aggregate minimum of 65% marks or CGPA/CPI grading of a minimum of 6.5 on a 10 scale, and PhD degree in Physics/Space Physics/Atmospheric Sciences/Meteorology from a recognised university/institution and Post Doctoral experience in the following research areas with a good number of peer reviewed publications demonstrating the same.
|About Organization: |
NARL is an autonomous research laboratory fully funded by the Department of Space, Government of India and involved in carrying out fundamental and applied research in Atmospheric and Space Sciences. It had its humble beginning in 1992 as the National Mesosphere-Stratosphere-Troposphere(MST) Radar Facility. Over the years several complementary techniques such as Rayleigh/Mie lidars, wind profilers have been added. NARL is administered by a Governing Council with Secretary, DOS as the Chairman and Director, NARL as member secretary. The Governing Council sets broad policy guidelines for NARL. A Scientific Advisory Committee consisting of eminent scientists in the field of atmospheric science, monitors the research activities and progress of NARL and provides future directions.
NARL has now become one of the prime centers for atmospheric research in the country and operates a state-of-the-art MST radar, Rayleigh/ Mie Lidar, Boundary Layer Lidar, Sodium Lidar, Lower Atmospheric Wind Profiler, Sodar, Disdrometer, Optical Rain Gauge, Dual frequency GPS receiver, Automatic Weather Station apart from regular launching of the GPS balloon sonde. Being relatively young, NARL?s research activities are spearheaded by a team of young and vibrant fulltime research scientists and students. This web site provides some salient features of the activities and experimental facilities available for national and international collaborative research work.
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