IIIT, Kalyani Recruitment 2015 For 10 Associate, Asst Professor, Jr Asst & Technical Asst

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Kalyani West Bengal posted a recruitment advertisement to invite all eligible Indian candidates to apply for the post of 10 Associate, Assistant Professor, Junior Assistant & Technician Assistant in 2015.

Table of Contents:
 1 Post Details
 2 Salary Details
 3 Eligibility
 4 Selection Procedure
 4.1 Application Fee
 4.2 How to Apply

Advertisement no. – Rectt/15-16/01/F-NF
Date of advertisement – 23/09/2015
Last date to apply – 16/10/2015


Indian Institute of Information Technology Recruitment 2015

Into the table below you can see the name of a post, category-wise vacancies and then the total number of posts as advertised into the original recruitment advertisement notification of Indian Institute of Information Technology

 Name of the post Total 
 Associate Professor (Computer Science
and Engineering / Information Technology)
Assistant Professor (Physics-1 post. Mathematics-1
post, Computer Science and Engineering
/ Information Technology – 03 post)

Total number of posts – 10

Scale of Pay/Monthly Salary

  •  Associate Professor (Computer Science
    and Engineering / Information Technology) Rs. PB-4 with Grade pay of – 9500/-
  • Assistant Professor (Physics-1 post. Mathematics-1
    post, Computer Science and Engineering
    / Information Technology – 03 post) Rs. PB-3 With Grade pay of 6000/-
  • Junior Assistant Rs. 5200-20200 with Grade Pay Rs. 2000/-
  • Technical Assistant Rs. PB-2 9300-20200 with Grade Pay of Rs. 2000/-


Age: Maximum 27 years as on


  • Associate Professor (Computer Science
    and Engineering / Information Technology) –  04 papers in SCI journals
    After PhD; A Ph.D.
    Sole or principal as directed
    Supervisor Plus
    Continues. Two projects
    Plus, running or taking a walk
    A completed. two
    Experiments or
    Computational Projects Added
    Teaching laboratories
    where appropriate. Education
    Outreach activity equal
    Two self-financing to small
    Term courses.
  • Junior Assistant12th pass
  • Technical Assistant – First Class Bachelor Graduate  (Hons)
    Relevant degree in science
    The subject or equivalent grade
    From a recognized university /
    First Class Diploma
    In the related field of engineering
    With excellent academic records
    Postgraduate degree in science
    BE in related field or / B.Tech
    From a recognized university or

Experience: work experience in relevant field.

Method of Selection

  • Interview

Application Fee

Category  Amount 
 All Rs. 1000/-

Note* – The application fee should be paid by Demand Draft in favouring Indian Institute of Information Technology, Kalyani and payable at Kalyani

How to Apply

  1. Download the Advertisement
  2. Read the Advertisement Carefully
  3. Print the Application Form
  4. Complete the Application Form
  5. Attach the Supporting Documents & DD
  6. Send the Envelope at:-

The Registrar Indian Institute of Information
Technology, Kalyani Block-A Phase-III,
P.O. Kalyani, Dist, Nadla –
741235 West Bengal

About Indian Institute of Information Technology

Information Technology (IIIT), Indian Institutes of Information Technology focusing on a group of institutions of higher education in India. They are established and funded by the Ministry of Human Resource Development are managed. Government IIITs administrative autonomy and uniformity and a public-private partnership (PPP) model to give more than 20 such schools established information technology (IIIT) Bill is likely to approve the Institute. Admission to graduate programs in IIIT JEE JEE / are through the gate.

Combined seat allocation Authority 2015 (2015 JoSAA) 18 IIITs joint admission process conducted for a total of [2] [3] [4] the technical education system in the country can be broadly classified into two categories -. Funded by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, institutions jointly funded by the government and the IT industry.
According to the 2011 budget, a public-private partnership (PPP) model under twenty more IIIT, every major state in India to be launched soon. Nasscom recently established new IIIT Government of India submitted a detailed project report.

Each IIIT through PPP model as a fully autonomous institution has been proposed to establish. Partners will be set up IIIT MHRD, relating each IIIT will be established where the governments of member states and industry. Private organizations to bring new investment to report IIIT a similar or slightly greater role to play shows that. Two institutions offer completely different according to the former director Chandresh Chauhan, are not to be confused with IIIT IIT.

Latest News of Indian Institute of Information Technology

  1. Amid technological disruption, the system has to rethink how it regulates those things: Nandan Nilekani Nandan Nilekani, co-founder of information technology giant Infosys and former chairman of the Unique Identification Authority of India, says Aadhaar 2.0 holds immense potential for the country, its people and for entrepreneurs. Edited excerpts of a talk with Raghu Krishnan & Bibhu Ranjan Mishra

    What keeps you busy nowadays?
    Broadly, one area where I am quite active, along with my wife, is EkStep (a learner-centric, technology-enabled platform designed to improve applied literacy and numeracy). I feel it’s strategically quite important and if it succeeds, can have a huge impact on literacy.

    The second thing is that using the knowledge of what’s happening in the financial sector, Aadhaar and payments, I am trying to make people understand that we are at an important moment in financial sector disruption, which I call a ‘WhatsApp moment’. That’s really to use all the new things that are happening — technology like smartphones with iris authentication, designs like Aadhaar-based payment systems and some things at a policy level like small banks and payment banks. So, how to drive change in the sector to reach a billion people and provide them access to all kinds of financial services.

    Getting there is the journey; that’s the hard step. I am also working with National Payments Corporation of India, where I am an advisor. I also do a few selective investments.

    Recently, you invested in a start-up called Mubble. What attracted you to them?
    Mubble is very specific to data. The big theme is when 500 million Indians will be coming on to smartphones –they will be very conscious of their data and how it’s being used. Mubble looks at that usage and helps consumers be efficient in the way they use data.

    I have also invested in Juggernaut, Chiki Sarkar’s mobile-first content start-up. She has a fantastic track record as a publisher. She was my publisher before she quit Penguin. She understands writers, content and what grips readers, and it’s a mobile-first strategy.

    So, I am looking at interesting kinds of start-ups. I have also put investments into Team Indus because here is a company sitting in Domlur (in Bengaluru) and dreaming of putting something on the moon. We should support such ambitious ideas.

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