IUCAA Resource Centres

IUCAA Resource Centres offer a comprehensive environment for students and teachers of Universities and Colleges to undertake front-line research in Astronomy and Astrophysics. They are equipped with books, high-end computing facilities, software and astronomy database. They conduct workshops and scientific meetings, as well as events to promote Astronomy among school students and the general public

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Associateship Programme
Associates List as on December 13, 2016

One important component of IUCAA's academic activities is the Associateship Programme, under which a faculty member of an Indian university or a post-graduate department in a college can visit IUCAA for periods of short and long durations over a span of three years to develop his or her interest and expertise in astronomy and astrophysics.

The Associateship Programme has been designed to promote mobility and, to this end, the travel and local living expenses of an associate for these visits will be borne by IUCAA as per its rules. The associate will continue to carry out the existing commitments at his or her parent organisation. However, since IUCAA has been created by the UGC as a field station for these activities, it is expected that those visiting IUCAA under this programme will be treated as on duty by their respective organisations.

Applications are invited for associateships for a tenure of three years, starting from August 1, every year. Only ONLINE applications will be accepted from the year 2016 onwards. Click here for applying online.The last date for applying would be May 1, 2017. The selected candidates are usually informed by the third week of July.

For questions, send email to Mr. Santosh Khadilkar at aocp followed by @iucaa.in
 




Refresher Course in Astronomy and Astrophysics


IUCAA will conduct a refresher course in Astronomy and Astrophysics for teachers at Indian universities and colleges during the third week of May to the third week of June in an odd year (i.e., 2015, 2017, 2019, and so on) for five weeks. The topics will include observational and theoretical aspects of astronomy, and state-of-the-art methods of data analysis. There will be emphasis on the use of computers for accessing and analysing archival data.

The last date for applying was is March 1, 2017. Click here for applying online.The selected candidates will be informed of their selection for the course by the last week of March, 2017. Note that only online applications through this webpage will be considered.

Note: The refresher course is conducted only in odd-numbered years.

Queries, if any, may please be addressed via email [aocp@iucaa.in] to The Administrative Officer (Core Programmes).

For any problems faced while applying online, send an email to Mr. Yogesh Thakare at thakare followed by @iucaa.in .