Project Work & Training Opportunities at RRCAT
  1. Projects at RRCAT for university students

    RRCAT offers opportunities to the students pursuing M.Tech. / M.E./ M.Phil./ M.Sc. degree in Science and Engineering from recognized institutions in India for carrying out project work towards partial fulfilment of their post graduate degree. This scheme has no prescribed training programme/ curriculum. Each selected student has to carry out the project individually under the guidance of a Scientist/ Engineer of RRCAT, on all working days. The project duration is from minimum six months up to twelve months. Free hostel accommodation is normally given to the outstation students. Students are also eligible for financial assistance of ₹ 1,000 per month, and are paid II class (sleeper) train fare by the shortest route, from the place of their present institute of study / residence, to Indore and back, after completion of their project work.

    Students selected under INSPIRE fellowship programme may also apply for doing project work after completion of 2nd year of B Tech or 1st year for MSc, in addition to opportunities offered for doing project work during M Tech/ M E/ M Phil.

    List of students who carried out their project work in RRCAT along with the title of projects completed, for last three years.

    1. 2017-2018
    2. 2016-2017
    3. 2015-2016

    For more details, please click here.

  2. Orientation Course on Accelerators, Lasers and Related Science and Technologies (OCAL)

    RRCAT conducts an 8 week duration certificate course titled “Orientation Course on Accelerators, Lasers and related Science and Technologies (OCAL)” every year for 8 weeks during the months of May to July for post-graduate students from all over India. The students selected for the Orientation Course are provided free lodging and boarding at RRCAT. In addition, they are given a monthly stipend of ₹ 1500 (at the rate of ₹ 50 per day). The students completing the Course are eligible for the above financial support based on their attendance and performance. Students are paid II class (sleeper) train fare by the shortest route, from the place of their present institute of study / residence, to Indore and back.

    For information about eligible disciplines, admissible qualifying degrees, other academic requirements, selection process, etc., please click here.

  3. Young Scientist Research Programme (YSRP)

    Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology, Indore is a premier unit of Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India, engaged in R & D activities in front line research areas of Accelerator science, Laser science, related technologies and applications. In order to expose young students to these frontiers in science and technology, the Centre runs a Young Scientist Research Program during the summer.

    For more details, please click here.

Best viewed in 1024x768 resolution