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National Brain Research Centre, NBRC, Gurgaon

National Brain Research Centre, NBRC, Gurgaon
NH-8, Manesar
Gurgaon, Haryana-122052
Phone: 0124-2845200
Email: admissions2019@nbrc.ac.in Website: www.nbrc.ac.in

About College:

National Brain Research Centre is the only institute in India dedicated to neuroscience research and education. Scientists and students of NBRC come from diverse academic backgrounds, including biological, computational, mathematical, physical, engineering and medical sciences, and use multidisciplinary approaches to understand the brain. Located in the foothills of the Aravali range in Manesar, Haryana, NBRC is an autonomous institute funded by the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India, and is also a Deemed University. The mandate of National Brain Research Centre (NBRC) is to be a Centre of Excellence in Brain Research with State-of-art facilities, to evolve the centre through a networking approach and generate highly trained human resource

Course Name:

Ph.D. (Neuroscience)

Eligibility:

Master's degree or equivalent in any branch of Science such as Life Sciences / Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics / Statistics / Computer applications / Pharmacy / Veterinary Science / Psychology from a recognized Institute / University. You are also eligible if you have completed a minimum of a four-year course leading to Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Engineering / Technology / Medicine from a recognized Institute / University.

Candidates appearing for the final year of the qualifying examination are also eligible to apply.

At least 55% (50% for SC / ST / PH candidates) marks or an equivalent grade or grade point average from secondary (10th) examination onwards is required.

Candidates should calculate their percentage up to two decimal points to determine their eligibility.

Recognized National Entrance Examinations For Ph.D (Neuroscience):

·         Joint Graduate Entrance Examination for Biology and Interdisciplinary Life Sciences 2019 (JGEEBILS 2019).

·         Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE-2019/GATE-2020) in Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics / Electrical Engineering / Electronics and Communications Engineering / Computer Science and Information Technology / Instrumentation Engineering.

·         Joint Entrance Screening Test (JEST) (2020) (for Physics).

·         CSIR / UGC / DBT / ICMR examination for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) in Biology / Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics. Validity of the fellowship should be such that it can be activated on 31st August, 2020 or later.

·         UGC-NET Lectureship / JRF qualified on / after Dec 2018.

Based on their performance in any of the above qualifying examinations, candidates will be short-listed for interviews to be held at NBRC.

Course Name:

M.Sc. (Neuroscience)

Eligibility:

Bachelor's degree or equivalent in any branch of Science such as Life Sciences / Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics / Statistics / Computer applications / Pharmacy / Veterinary Science / Psychology / Engineering / Technology / Medicine from a recognized Institute / University.

Candidates appearing for the final year of the qualifying examination are also eligible to apply.

At least 55% (50% for SC / ST / PH candidates) marks or an equivalent grade or grade point average from secondary (10th) examination onwards is required.

Candidates should calculate their percentage up to two decimal points to determine their eligibility.

·         Only Indian nationals are eligible for the above programmes

·         Reservation / Concessions for SC / ST / PH candidates will be as per rules of Government of India / UGC.

Recognized National Entrance Examinations For M.Sc. (Neuroscience):

·         Joint Graduate Entrance Examination for Biology and Interdisciplinary Life Sciences 2019 (JGEEBILS 2019)

M.Sc. programme candidates will be screened through JGEEBILS only.

Candidates will be short-listed for a two-tier interview based on their performance in the JGEEBILS examination.

How to Apply:

Step 1:         Check if you fulfil minimum criteria for admission to the NBRC Ph.D. or M.Sc. (Neuroscience) programme.

Step 2:         Apply for JGEEBILS (to be held in December 2019).

Step 3:         Apply to NBRC Ph.D. or M.Sc. programme here before 31st March 2020. You must apply to NBRC using this link. Merely applying for JGEEBILS does not automatically send your application to NBRC.

Step 4:         Pay the required amount of fee as described on website.

Application fee: Application fee for various categories of candidates applying for Ph.D. and M.Sc. (Neuroscience) programmes and how to pay it.

Fee for Online applicants:

·         General Category: Rs. 300/-

·         SC/ST/PH Category: Rs. 150/-

Fee for Offline applicants:

·         General Category: Rs. 350/-

·         SC/ST/PH Category: Rs. 200/-

Payment Procedure

For those applying online: The online applicants should submit the application fee through 'SB Collect' of State Bank of India, the weblink for which will be available in the last step of the online application process.

For those applying offline (by post / courier): The application fee should be submitted by a Demand Draft drawn in favour of Director, National Brain Research Centre payable at Gurgaon or Manesar.

Please write your name and programme applied for on the back of the Demand Draft. Also mention your Reference Code / Registration No. / Roll No. for the qualifying JGEEBILS / JEST / GATE / UGC-NET LS or the JRF (CSIR / UGC / DBT / ICMR) examination.

GATE and JRF / LS candidates should also mention the year of the examination on the back of the demand draft.

Send the completed application along with the demand draft to the Registrar, National Brain Research Centre, Manesar-122052 Dist. Gurgaon (Haryana).

Note:

No application fee will be applicable for such JRF / LS candidates who have applied / are applying through JGEEBILS / JEST / GATE channels. However, they need to fill-in a separate application form to be considered in both the channels.

Closing Date:

NBRC online Application Opens: 26th December, 2019

Last date for receiving application at NBRC: 31st March 2020

Comments:

To know more Information about this course please visit: www.nbrc.ac.in

National Brain Research Centre, NBRC, Gurgaon

National Brain Research Centre, NBRC, Gurgaon
NH-8, Manesar
Gurgaon, Haryana-122052
Phone: 0124-2845200
Email: admissions2019@nbrc.ac.in Website: www.nbrc.ac.in

About College:

National Brain Research Centre is the only institute in India dedicated to neuroscience research and education. Scientists and students of NBRC come from diverse academic backgrounds, including biological, computational, mathematical, physical, engineering and medical sciences, and use multidisciplinary approaches to understand the brain. Located in the foothills of the Aravali range in Manesar, Haryana, NBRC is an autonomous institute funded by the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India, and is also a Deemed University. The mandate of National Brain Research Centre (NBRC) is to be a Centre of Excellence in Brain Research with State-of-art facilities, to evolve the centre through a networking approach and generate highly trained human resource

Course Name:

Ph.D. (Neuroscience)

Eligibility:

Master's degree or equivalent in any branch of Science such as Life Sciences / Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics / Statistics / Computer applications / Pharmacy / Veterinary Science / Psychology from a recognized Institute / University. You are also eligible if you have done a minimum of four-year course leading to Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Engineering / Technology / Medicine from a recognized Institute / University.

Candidates appearing for final year of the qualifying examination are also eligible to apply.

At least 55% (50% for SC / ST / PH candidates) marks or equivalent grade or grade point average from secondary (10th) examination onwards is required.

Candidates should calculate their percentage up to two decimal points to determine their eligibility.

Recognized National Entrance Examinations For Ph.D (Neuroscience):

·         Joint Graduate Entrance Examination for Biology and Interdisciplinary Life Sciences 2018 (JGEEBILS 2018).

·         Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE-2018/GATE-2019) in Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics / Electrical Engineering / Electronics and Communications Engineering / Computer Science and Information Technology / Instrumentation Engineering.

·         Joint Entrance Screening Test (JEST) (2019) (for Physics).

·         CSIR / UGC / DBT / ICMR examination for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) in Biology / Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics. Validity of the fellowship should be such that it can be activated on 31st August, 2019 or later.

·         UGC-NET Lectureship qualified on/after Dec 2016.

Based on their performance in any of the above qualifying examinations, candidates will be short-listed for interviews to be held at NBRC.

Course Name:

M.Sc. (Neuroscience)

Eligibility:

Bachelor's degree or equivalent in any branch of Science such as Life Sciences / Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics / Statistics / Computer applications / Pharmacy / Veterinary Science / Psychology / Engineering / Technology / Medicine from a recognized Institute / University.

Candidates appearing for final year of the qualifying examination are also eligible to apply.

At least 55% (50% for SC / ST / PH candidates) marks or equivalent grade or grade point average from secondary (10th) examination onwards is required.

Candidates should calculate their percentage up to two decimal points to determine their eligibility.

·         Only Indian nationals are eligible for the above programmes.

·         Reservation / Concessions for SC / ST / PH candidates will be as per rules of Government of India / UGC.

Recognized National Entrance Examinations For M.Sc. (Neuroscience):

Joint Graduate Entrance Examination for Biology and Interdisciplinary Life Sciences (JGEEBILS)

M.Sc. programme candidates will be screened through JGEEBILS only.

Candidates will be short-listed for a two-tier interview based on their performance in the JGEEBILS examination.

How to Apply:

You can apply online through the website. for Online application form click the 'Apply Online Tab' and select the channel.

Application fee: Application fee for various categories of candidates applying for Ph.D. and M.Sc. (Neuroscience) programmes and how to pay it.

Fee for Online applicants:

·         General Category: Rs. 300/-

·         SC/ST/PH Category: Rs. 150/-

Fee for Offline applicants:

·         General Category: Rs. 350/-

·         SC/ST/PH Category: Rs. 200/-

Payment Procedure

For those applying online: The online applicants should submit the application fee through 'SB Collect' of State Bank of India which is available at the following link: 
https://www.onlinesbi.com/prelogin/icollecthome.htm?corpID=530652

For those applying offline (by post / courier): The application fee should be submitted by a Demand Draft drawn in favour of Director, National Brain Research Centre payable at Gurgaon or Manesar.

Please write your name and programme applied for on the back of the Demand Draft. Also mention your Reference Code / Registration No. / Roll No. for the qualifying JGEEBILS/JEST/GATE/UGC-NET LS or the JRF (CSIR / UGC / DBT / ICMR) examination.

GATE and JRF / LS candidates should also mention the year of the examination on the back of the demand draft.

Send the completed application along with the demand draft to the Registrar, National Brain Research Centre, Manesar-122052 Dist. Gurgaon (Haryana).

Note:

No application fee will be applicable for such JRF/LS candidates who have applied/are applying through JGEEBILS/JEST/GATE channels. However, they need to fill-in a separate application form to be considered in both the channels.

Closing Date:

NBRC Application (Online): Open shortly

Last date of receipt of application (Online/Offline) at NBRC: 31st March 2019

Last date of receipt of requests for hard copy of application form: 1st March 2019

Interview: May 2019

Comments:

 

To know more Information about this course please visit: www.nbrc.ac.in

National Brain Research Centre, NBRC, Gurgaon

National Brain Research Centre, NBRC, Gurgaon

Deemed University, An Autonomous Institute of the Dept. of Biotechnology, Government of India 
NH-8 

Gurgaon 
Haryana 
Phone-No: 91-124 – 233 8922-26 
Fax: 91-124 - 233 89 10 91-124 - 233 89 28 
Email: 
info@nbrc.ac.in
Website: 
www.nbrc.ac.in
Establish:

About College:

National Brain Research Centre is the only institute in India dedicated to neuroscience research and education. Scientists and students of NBRC come from diverse academic backgrounds, including biological, computational, mathematical, physical, engineering and medical sciences, and use multidisciplinary approaches to understand the brain.

Located in the foothills of the Aravali range in Manesar, Haryana, NBRC is an autonomous institute funded by the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India, and is also a Deemed University.

The mandate of National Brain Research Centre (NBRC) is to be a Centre of Excellence in Brain Research with State-of-art facilities, to evolve the centre through a networking approach and generate highly trained human resource

The vision we have for NBRC is that it would not only grow into a world-class institute for brain research but also create a vibrant, active neuroscience community by catalysing the overall growth of this discipline in the country. The expected benefit from this initiative would be the generation of skilled manpower in this important area of research who would help India achieve an international leadership in this frontier area of science. This initiative would also help Indian neuroscientists to participate in global research efforts as equal partners. The knowledge base generated from these efforts would help diagnostic tools and therapeutic strategies for treatment of brain-related disorders. A unique role for NBRC is that it will act as a node with linkages to other centres carrying out neuroscience research in the country, acting in effect as the "hub of the wheel" rather than the wheel itself.

The first announcement of the National Brain Research Centre by Dr. Manju Sharma, Secretary, Department of Biotechnology was on 14th November 1997 the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first prime minister. The Centre was registered as an autonomous Society on 14th June 1999 on 38 acres of land acquired on lease at Manesar, Gurgaon district, 40 km from Delhi.  Prof. P. N. Tandon is the founder Chairman of the NBRC Society and the founder director was Prof. Vijaylakshmi Ravindranath. The institute at Manesar was formally dedicated to the nation by the Hon’ble President of India, Dr. A.P.J. Kalam on December 16, 2003.

Prof. Prakash Tandon, a neurosurgeon of international repute and a neuroscientist at heart, continues to be chairman of the NBRC society and is actively associated with neuroscience research. Prof. Vijaylakshmi Ravindranath, was director NBRC from its inception to 2009, and is currently chairperson of the Centre of Neurosciences at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.

Course Name:

PhD NEUROSCIENCE

in National Brain Research Centre, NBRC, Gurgaon

Course Description:

PhD (NEUROSCIENCE)

Eligibility:

Eligibility and Selection Procedure for PhD NEUROSCIENCE in National Brain Research Centre, NBRC, Gurgaon

Master's degree or equivalent in any branch of Science such as Life Sciences/ Physics/ Chemistry/ Mathematics/ Statistics/ Computer applications/ Pharmacy/ Veterinary Science/ Psychology from a recognized Institute/ University or a minimum of four-year Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Engineering/Technology/Medicine from a recognized Institute/ University.

Candidates appearing for final year of the qualifying examination are also eligible to apply.

Only the candidates with at least 55% (for SC/ST/PH candidates, 50%) marks or equivalent grade from secondary (10th) examination onwards will be considered. Candidates should calculate their percentage up to two decimal points without rounding off to determine their eligibility.

How To Apply:

Application Procedure for PhD NEUROSCIENCE in National Brain Research Centre, NBRC, Gurgaon

Candidates who are eligible as per the eligibility criteria of NBRC for both M.Sc (Neuroscience) and PhD programmes, if interested, may apply, by filling separate online application forms (by using different e-mail id) /offline application forms and by paying requisite fee separately for each programme

Application Fee: The application fee for various categories of candidates applying for Ph.D and M.Sc (Neuroscience) programmes; General Rs. 300/- (online); Rs. 350/- (offline); SC/ST/PH Rs. 150/- (online); Rs. 200/- (offline)

The application fee should be submitted by a Demand Draft drawn in favour of Director, National Brain Research Centre payable at Gurgaon or Manesar

JGEEBILS/JEST candidates should write their Reference Code/Unique ID No. also on the back side of the Demand Draft; GATE / CSIR (Chemistry) candidates should write their GATE Roll Number / CSIR Roll Number with year of exam also on the back side of the Demand Draft

Closing Date:

NBRC Online application opens: Last week of October 2017

Last date for receiving application at NBRC for Ph.D and M.Sc programme for JGEEBILS candidates only. For other examination visit our website: 31st December 2017

Course Name:

MSc Neuroscience

in National Brain Research Centre, NBRC, Gurgaon

Course Description:

MSc (Neuroscience)

Eligibility:

Eligibility and Selection Procedure for MSc Neuroscience in National Brain Research Centre, NBRC, Gurgaon

Bachelor's degree or equivalent in any branch of Science such as Life Sciences/Physics/ Chemistry/ Mathematics/ Statistics/ Computer applications/ Pharmacy/ Veterinary Science/ Psychology/ Engineering/ Technology/ Medicine from a recognized Institute/ University

Candidates appearing for final year of the qualifying examination are also eligible to apply

Only the candidates with at least 55% (for SC/ST/PH candidates, 50%) marks or equivalent grade from secondary (10th) exam onwards will be considered; candidates should calculate their percentage up to two decimal points without rounding off to determine their eligibility Candidates selected for M.Sc (Neuroscience) programme will be eligible to switch to M.Sc.-Ph.D Integrated programme of NBRC subject to fulfilling the required criteria

How To Apply:

Application Procedure for MSc Neuroscience in National Brain Research Centre, NBRC, Gurgaon

Candidates who are eligible as per the eligibility criteria of NBRC for both M.Sc (Neuroscience) and PhD programmes, if interested, may apply, by filling separate online application forms (by using different e-mail id) /offline application forms and by paying requisite fee separately for each programme

Application Fee: The application fee for various categories of candidates applying for Ph.D and M.Sc (Neuroscience) programmes; General Rs. 300/- (online); Rs.350/- (offline); SC/ST/PH Rs.150/- (online); Rs.200/- (offline)

The application fee should be submitted by a Demand Draft drawn in favour of Director, National Brain Research Centre payable at Gurgaon or Manesar

JGEEBILS/JEST candidates should write their Reference Code/Unique ID No. also on the back side of the Demand Draft; GATE / CSIR (Chemistry) candidates should write their GATE Roll Number / CSIR Roll Number with year of exam also on the back side of the Demand Draft

Closing Date:

NBRC Online application opens: Last week of October 2017

Last date for receiving application at NBRC for Ph.D and M.Sc programme for JGEEBILS candidates only. For other examination visit our website: 31st December 2017

Comments:

 

To know more Information about course please visit: www.nbrc.ac.in