Women in Science are very hard to come by. Compared to men, very few women scientists exist. The reason behind this is fewer opportunities and also societal pressure. To bridge this disparity the Ministry of Science and Technology has come up with 120 new vacancies for women scientists, reports The Indian Express.
What is it?
Ministry of Science and Technology recruitment 2019: Under the fellowship, selected candidates will receive one-year on-the-job training in Intellectual Property Rights (IPR).
Deadline To Apply: 20th March
The last date to apply for the 11th batch of the Women Scientists Scheme- C (WOS-C) under the Ministry of Science and Technology is March 20 (Wednesday), 2019.
How To Apply?
Interested candidates need to apply at the official website,pfc.org.in. Under the fellowship, selected candidates will receive one-year on-the-job training in Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)
The Selection Procedure
Selection will be through an all India online examination and interview. Shortlisted candidates meeting the eligibility criteria will be called for the online test. The dates of the online exam have not been declared yet.
The Exam Pattern
The question paper will have two sections of 60 questions each, namely Section A (General Section) and Section B (Technical Subject Section). Section A will be common for all. Section B will be different for different candidates as per their subject stream.
The Exam Duration
The duration of the online examination will be two hours and total questions will be 120. The questions will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ type).
Source: Indian Express