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PART TIME RESEARCH ASSISTANTS OPENINGS

PART TIME RESEARCH ASSISTANTS OPENINGS:

Project:

Speech Technologies in Indian Languages under the project titled, ‘National Language Translation Mission (NLTM): BHASHINI’

Objective:

Building Assistive Speech Technologies for the Challenged

Funding Agency:

Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), New Delhi, Govt. of India

Position:

Part Time Research Assistants (RA)

Total Number of Posts:

04

Eligibility:

Undergraduate Students of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering or Information Technology or (or a related discipline).

Desirable:

  • Background in Signals and Systems/Digital Signal Processing and relevant mathematics
  • Background in Machine Learning and Deep Learning and its applications to Speech Technology

Stipend:

Rs. 6,000/- (consolidated) per month

Starting Date:

July 01, 2022.

End Date:

Dec. 31, 2022 (this could be extended based on the performance and availability of funds).

Note: This post is purely temporary. It would, therefore, not confer any right for any candidate for claiming further extension or absorption in DA-IICT.

The activities of above mentioned projects involve:

  • Development of Deep Learning and Machine Learning Algorithms for Data Augmentation and Pattern Recognition
  • Research on Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs)
  • Development of Application Programing Interface (API) for Assistive Speech Technologies
  • Speech Data and Metadata Collection from the Hospitals
  • Research Publications in Top Conferences and Journals

How to Apply:

Please send a detailed CV by email with a subject line “Application for MeitY Project Position: Part Time Research Assistants (RA) at DA-IICT” to Prof. (Dr.) Hemant A. Patil at hemant_patil[at]daiict[dot]ac[dot]in

Last date for receiving applications: 23/06/2022

Candidates will be shortlisted for interview based on their CV, qualifications, and experience. Only shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview.

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