Roorkee is a tiny but gorgeous city within the District of Haridwar within the state of Uttarakhand, India. This city finds its location on the calm as well as beautiful to look at banks belonging to the narrow, human-made waterway of the Ganga between the rivers of the Ganga as well as the Yamuna. Roorkee city has successfully come up as one among the most important as well as industrial cities within the whole state of Uttarakhand. Many of large as well as small scale businesses have seen their development within this city. It has become visible as a homeland as well as cradle to a large number of businesses as well as service houses. 

It has even come up as maybe one of the excellent as well as successful hubs of education within the whole state of Uttarakhand with the famous and famous IIT Roorkee that is successfully located within this city. It needs to be talked about at this point that the city of Roorkee has a long description of its own. Roorkee gets its name from Rurimadi Imran, the wife of a neighbourhood Rajput boss. In the middle of the eighteenth century, it went under the principle of Landhaura state, until the passing of Gurjar ruler Raja Ramdayal in 1813. 

Before 1840, the city was a little village making up mud dirty houses on the banks of the Solani river, stream, etc. Digging an underground tunnel deal with the Upper Ganges Narrow, human-made waterway formally started in April 1842, under the aegis of a British officer Proby Cautley. The trench was formally opened on 8 April 1854 and watered more than 767,000 sections of land in 5,000 towns. 

To take care of the work needed to maintain something of the trench the Narrow, human-made waterway Workshop and Iron Foundry were set up in 1843 in the common lines on the river, stream, an etc. bank which is known as Crop-watering with water workshop these days. To prepare nearby youth in Civil Engineering work of Upper Ganges Narrow, human-made waterway, Civil Engineering School was built up in 1845 which was the first Engineering College in India. Later this school was named as Thomason College of Civil Engineering. The school was later moved up to the University of Roorkee in 1949 and on 21 September 2001, this particular school was changed to one of the Indian Institutes of Technology, IIT Roorkee. 

Places to visit in Roorkee: 

  1. Ban Ganga land that often or always has a layer of water 
  2. Solani a structure that lets water flow from one place to another 
  3. Roorkee Group Museum 
  4. Neelkanth Mahadev 

Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee: The Roorkee College was built up in 1847 AD as the First Engineering College during the time of the rule of the British. This particular College was then renamed as and came to be known as The Thomson College of Civil Engineering in1854. This institute was soon given the status of University under Act No. IX of 1948 of the United Area of control Uttar Pradesh in recognition of its execution and its possible greatness or power and keeping the insensible view of what is and is not important the needs of after-free India. Our first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, presented the Charter in November 1949 lifting the past school to the First Engineering University of Independent India. 

Since its foundation, the University of Roorkee has assumed an important part in giving the made to do one thing very well labour and know-how to the nation and in search of exploring things. The University positioned among the best mechanical organizations on the planet and has added to all areas of new and interesting improvement. It has also been viewed as a trail marker in the range of instruction and research in the field of science, the invention of new things, and design. The University entered 150th year of its presence in one or other structure in October 1996. 

On the 21st September 2001, the University has announced an organization of national importance, bypassing a bill in the government, changing its status from University of Roorkee to Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee. Because of this, another gem was included in the effectively sparkling crown in the History of this Institute. 

Four-year college education courses are offered in 10 fields of study in related to the beautiful design and construction of buildings, etc. and Engineering; a large number of 55 Postgraduate Degree courses are now being offered in Engineering, Architecture, Applied Science and arranging. This Institute has an office for doctoral work in all Departments and Research Centers.

Indian Institute of Technology IIT Roorkee has issued the latest notification for the putting something into use 2019. Online or paper forms that ask for a job, money, admission, etc. are invited for the post of Project Fellow. Other details of like Education Qualification Details, Needed Age Limit, Mode Of selection, Fee Details and How to Apply are given below. 

Organization – Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee 

Type of Employment – Central Govt Jobs 

Total Vacancies – Various 

Location – Roorkee Uttarakhand 

Post Name – Project Fellow 

Official Website – www.iitr.ac.in. 

Applying Mode – Walk-In-Interview 

Notice Date – 27.08.2019 

Interview Date – 03.09.2019 

Qualification Details: 

The candidates must have passed PhD in Chemistry Technology or the equal from a recognized Board. 

Needed Age Limit: 

As Per Govt Normal behaviours 


Refer To Official Notice. 

Mode of Selection: 


Steps To Apply For Walk in Interview Mode: 

  • Log on to the official website www.iitr.ac.in. 
  • Candidates can download the application form from the given link in below. 
  • Fill the application form with needed details. 
  • Candidates to reach the walk-in-location along with all needed documents. 

Location : 

Saharanpur campus

Important Instruction: 

Before Applying, Candidates are given opinions about what could or should be done about a situation to go through the instructions given in the attention of examination very carefully. 

Focusing Dates: 

Walk-In Date & Time: 03.09.2019, 11:00 AM. 

Official Links: 

Notice Link: Click Here