NIT Srinagar Recruitment 2023, Apply Online for Various Vacancies

NIT Srinagar Recruitment 2023

Are you ready to embark on a journey towards a rewarding career in the heart of picturesque Srinagar? The National Institute of Technology (NIT), Srinagar, has unveiled an incredible opportunity for aspirants looking to make their mark in the non-teaching sector. The Advertisement No. NITS/Non-Teaching-Recruitment/23/03(NT) dated 28th August 2023 has set the stage for a wave of job openings that could potentially shape the course of your professional life.

  S.No.  Name of the PostNo. of Posts7th CPC Pay Level
1.Sr. Technical Officer (CSC)01Level-12
2.Sr. Students Activity & Sports (SAS) Officer  01  Level-12
4.Personal Assistant01Level-06
5.Technical Assistant (Civil Engg. Deptt.)01Level-06
6.Technical Assistant (Metallurgical and Materials Engg. Deptt.)  01  Level-06
7.Technical Assistant (Mechanical Engg. Deptt.)  01  Level-06
8.Jr. Engineer (Civil)01Level-06
9.Library & Information Assistant02Level-06
10.Sr. Assistant04Level-04
11.Office Attendant04Level-01
12.Lab Attendant04Level-01

NIT Srinagar Notification PDF

Unveiling the Non-Teaching Positions

NIT Srinagar, known for its commitment to excellence in education, is seeking applications from eligible Indian Nationals to fill various non-teaching positions. These positions hold immense potential to provide a platform for growth and contribution within the institute. Let’s delve into the key roles that are up for grabs:

NIT Srinagar Qualifications, Application Process

Details about qualifications, experience, pay scales, and the application process can be found on the official institute website, The online submission of application forms will be facilitated through, with the deadline for submission being 24th September 2023. This is your chance to be a part of NIT Srinagar’s legacy of excellence and contribute to its dynamic academic community.


  1. What is the application deadline for NIT Srinagar Recruitment 2023?

    The last date for submitting online applications is 24th September 2023.

  2. How can I access the application forms?

    You can access the application forms on the official institute website at

  3. Are these positions open to all Indian Nationals?

    Yes, the recruitment is open to eligible Indian Nationals who meet the specified criteria.

NCC Girls Unit launched at NIT Srinagar

NIT Srinagar

Srinagar, Nov 11: To propagate national unity and integrity amongst students, the National Cadet Corps (NCC’s) girls unit was formally launched at the National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar on Friday.

The function was presided over by the Commanding Officer of 1 J&K Girls Battalion, while Director NIT Srinagar, Prof. (Dr.) Rakesh Sehgal and Institute’s Registrar Prof. Syed Kaiser Bukhari and Dean Research and Consultancy (R&C) NIT Srinagar, Prof. M F Wani were special guests on the occasion.

On the occasion, Director, NIT Srinagar Prof. (Dr.) Rakesh Sehgal said it is indeed a historic moment that NCC girls unit has been finally sanctioned by our institution.

“Two years ago, we got approval but due to Covid19, it was delayed and could not be taken further forward, then we had restarted the whole process with the help of Honorable LG Manoj Sinha, Divisional Commissioner Kashmir PK Pole, and the support of NCC Headquarters.

Prof. Sehgal said that NCC’s unit has a vacancy of 50 girls and initially 17 cadets have joined the caravan. He apprised the Cadets about the role of NCC in instilling in them the values of character, discipline, selflessness, hard work, and ways to build confidence and gain leadership qualities.

Prof. Sehgal also shared his NCC and NSS journey with the budding cadets and motivated NCC cadets for national unity and integrity. Unless and until we feel attached to our country and institution, we cannot remain happy, he said.

“I am very grateful to Dr. Yashwant Mehta, Dr. Srinibash Mishra, Dr. Nitika Kundan, and others for taking a lead in constantly visiting NCC headquarters to see that the permissions are given for starting this unit,” Prof. Sehgal said.

In his key speech, the Commanding Officer of 1 J&K Girls Battalion, Srinagar, who was Chief Guest on the occasion, said getting NCC’s unit in the institution is the first milestone. He urged cadets to work hard and motivate other students to join the unit.

“If you set an example before them that will automatically motivate others to join NCC. The aim of NCC is to develop confidence, courage, discipline, decorum, and positive attitude among the young minds, which is to be followed in their lives,” he said.

The Commanding Officer said joining NCC is a great opportunity for everyone. We are looking forward for your contribution and participation in NCC activities not only at NIT Srinagar but across the country.

“It is a great opportunity and it takes a lot of courage especially for girls to participate in NCC activities,” he said. The Chief Guest also shared his vast 30 years of experience in Army with young cadets and urged them to work hard.

Institute’s Registrar, Prof. Syed Kaiser Bukhari said he said NCC was started by our first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on 15th July 1948, with the aim to inculcate the leadership, commandership, and spirit of patriotism in the youth.

“In erstwhile REC Srinagar, there was an NCC unit and it was windup by NCC headquarters due to unfavorable situation in Kashmir,” he said.

Prof. Bukhari said it is our privilege and honor that NCC headquarters has sanctioned the NCC girl’s unit for NIT Srinagar.

Both Dr. Srinibash Mishra, and Dr. Nitika Kundan, were enthusiastic about bringing this unit here. There was full support from both NIT administration and NCC headquarters in setting up this unit here, he said.

“I hope that newly inducted cadets of NCC will be trained in such a way that the mission and vision of NCC will be fulfilled,” Prof. Bukhari said.

A formal vote of thanks was presented by Dr. Nitika Kundan. She expressed his gratitude to Chief Guest, Director NIT Srinagar Prof. Rakesh Sehgal, Institute’s Registrar Prof. Bukhari, and Prof. MF Wani for their unconditional support in making NCC’s unit a reality on the campus.(KNS)

NIT Srinagar News: 5 sustain injuries over Volleyball match, admin calls Police

NIT Srinagar

Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir Police informed that Five people sustained injuries after a scuffle broke out between two groups of students after a volleyball match ended in Jammu and Kashmir’s National Institute of Technology (NIT), Srinagar.

On being informed by the NIT authorities, police reached the campus.

According to the police, the clashes took place late at night between two groups of students belonging to different batches.

Srinagar Police took to Twitter and wrote, “A late night scuffle happened in NIT Srinagar wherein 2 group of students belonging to different batches clashed after the end of a volleyball match. 5 students from both sides sustained minor injuries. Police on request of NIT authorities entered campus and situation is normal now.”

Ph.D. scholar from NIT Srinagar selected for TEEP at Taiwan University

Nisar Rana, Ph.D. scholar at the Department of Physics, NIT Srinagar

Director, Registrar NIT congratulates Ph.D. scholar for bagging a prestigious internship

Srinagar, Nov 05: A Ph.D. scholar at the National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar has been selected for a prestigious internship at the International program, Taiwan Education experience program (TEEP) at National Taiwan University for a period of six months.

Mr. Nisar Rana, Ph.D. scholar at the Department of Physics, NIT Srinagar. He will work on the development of phosphors materials for solid-state lighting applications.

Rana is currently working with Prof. Seemin Rubab and Dr. Vijay Kumar. His research interests are mainly photoluminescence spectroscopy and its applicability towards display device applications, and LED fabrication.

Director NIT, Prof. (Dr.), Rakesh Sehgal extended his greetings to Ph.D. scholar Nisar Rana for bagging the prestigious internship and hoped that he would justify the fellowship with a quality research outcome.

“It is a proud movement for the entire Institute. Research is important and vital for any engineering institution. Without research and investigation, there will be no progress and we cannot stay relevant in a competitive market,” he said.

Institute’s Registrar, Prof. Syed Kaiser Bukhari extended his greetings to the Ph.D. scholar. He said this prestigious internship will provide him with exposure and would fulfill his professional aspirations.

Prof. Bukhari said there is no dearth of talent among the NIT Srinagar students, they need guidance at right time.

To support students on campus, we have developed state-of-the-art facilities for research and will continue to expand our activities in future, he said.

Head Department of Physics, Dr M.A. Shah also congratulated Mr. Rana for bagging the prestigious fellowship.

“This program enables the students to gain firsthand experience in academic research and education,” he said.

In his message, Dr. Vijay Kumar said Nisar Rana is a hardworking and passionate scholar. I hope that this internship at Taiwan University will help him to further accelerate his studies, he said.


Two prototypes developed by local innovators under MSME incubation scheme inaugurated at NIT Srinagar

NIT Srinagar

Srinagar, Nov 01: Two prototypes developed by local innovators including Saffron Processing Machine and Seed Sowing Machine were inaugurated on Tuesday by eminent dignitaries at National Institution of Technology (NIT).

The event was presided over by the Chief Guest, Director, Industries and Commerce, Kashmir, Ms. Saloni Rai, IAS, Vice Chancellor SKUAST-K, Prof. Nazir Ahmad Ganie was Guest of Honor, Director NIT Srinagar, Prof. (Dr) Rakesh Sehgal, Assistant Director MSME GOI, Saheel Alaqband and noted industrialist Shakeel Qalander, Abdul Hamed from Rahim motors among others were special guests on the occasion.

NIT Srinagar is the host institute (HI) and an implementing agency (IA) for Incubation and Design schemes of MoMSME, wherein we are in the process of creating value for ideas through incubation and design intervention for MSMEs.

In her keynote address, Director I&C Kashmir, Saloni Rai said there is a need to bridge the gap between Industry, academia, and society.

“I congratulate both innovators who have developed these machines and going ahead, I see this platform as a very good platform for enhancing further integration between the students of NIT Srinagar and society,” she said.

Ms. Rai also appreciated the initiative of the MSME department for linking with the students of NIT Srinagar for problem-solving and technology development.

“When we used to study, we felt that there is a lot of academia-industry gap because of what we study and need of the market. There is a lot of gap in between that, so these initiatives are really helpful in bridging that gap,” she said.

Ms. Rai said both prototypes would help in increasing productivity and add a certain kind of value to the efforts of the farmers.

VC SKUAST-K, Prof. Ganie congratulated the two prototype innovators for development. He highlighted the wave of entrepreneurship going on in our country and making it a knowledge economy through innovations.

While appreciating both the innovators, Prof. Ganie said there is a need for such innovations and they can be game changers in the future.

He said the knowledge economy is fueled by, innovation, research, and rapid technological advancement. It has placed the IT, and ICT industries at the forefront of overall economic growth, Prof. Ganie added.

On the occasion, Director NIT Prof. Rakesh Sehgal congratulated Dr. Saad Parvaiz and his entire team for taking lead in innovations and entrepreneurship in the institute.

“He is a very passionate worker and has sacrificed his career for the larger interest of the people and community,” Director said.

Prof. Sehgal said the basic mandate of NITs is to produce good professionals and create knowledge so that it can be used for future growth.

“Our aim should be to produce relevant technologies that can ease the lives of the common man in the society, whether it can be farmers, growers, and people associated with industries,” he said.

Prof. Sehgal said over the past 5 years, NIT Srinagar has improved in all sectors including visibility at national and international levels and NIRF rankings were also improved,

“We continue to excel on other diameters as well. Around 52 PhDs and 200 research papers are being produced each year and have started Post. Doc program also. We have filed 28 patents and 9 have been granted so far this year,” he said.

Prof. Sehgal said under UBA, NIT Srinagar has adopted 35 institutions across Kashmir and each institution has adopted five more villages. We are working at the ground level, he added.

In his message, Institute’s Registrar, Prof. Syed Kaiser Bukhari said they are committed to serving society through technology and easing the living of common people.

Prof. Bukhari said the end-use of education is to give back to society in the form of solutions to various problems. Research and innovation are critical for generating new knowledge, building new infrastructure, and educating innovators and entrepreneurs, he said.

On the occasion, Assistant Director MSME GOI, Saheel Alaqband talked about the importance of the prototype for industry and agriculture.

He congratulated both the innovators and stated that there is a need to explore more areas, so that gap between industry and community can be filled.

“Recently I met the Minister of MSME in Saffron Park. All the machines were available but this particular Saffron Processing Machine was not there. When I discussed this innovation, they were very happy and stated that it can boost the saffron industry in the region,” he said.

Mr. Alaqband said if this machine will prove successful after trials, it can be the game changer and replace the entire manual process of processing in Valley.

Both the innovators, Mr. Tariq Ahmad and Mr. Naik Qayoom were felicitated by the Director NIT Srinagar, Prof. Sehgal, Ms. Saloni Rai, Director I&C Kashmir, and Head IIDC Dr. Saad Parvez.

Dr. Saad Parvez, Head Innovation, Incubation and Entrepreneurship Development Centre (IIEDC) talked about the growing startup culture and how IIEDC is playing its role in helping to grow that culture in NIT Srinagar as well as in Valley.

“This event was the culmination of the first phase of incubation in which two ideas of local innovators have been developed. The working prototypes include Saffron Processing Machine and Seed sowing machine) which have been successfully developed at NIT Srinagar, with the support of branch MSME Development and facilitation office Srinagar,” he said.

Dr. Saad also presented a brief outline about the two machines. IIEDC is becoming a bridge between budding entrepreneurs and the government schemes that would help them in all possible ways, he said.

“Over the past several years, IIED Center has been at the forefront in terms of innovations. From small ideas to making innovative products such as ventilators, during Covid19, walnut DeHulling machines etc there is no end to innovations,” he said.

It was followed by a small presentation by Dr. Dinesh Kumar Rajendran, Project Coordinator, IIEDC regarding the design expertise scheme for promoting design ideas of unit holders linked with the scheme.

The event was attended by various personalities including Prof. Babar Ahmad, Dr Shahid Saleem, Dr Noor Zaman, Dr. Parvez Ahmad Reshi, Dr Dinesh Kumar, Dr Sandeep Rathee, Abdul Hamid (Rahim Greens), and innovators from NIT Srinagar and MSME.(KNS)

NIT Srinagar Director inaugurates Inter-Semester Sports week

Director inaugurates Inter-Semester Sports week at NIT Srinagar

 Srinagar: Director National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar Prof. (Dr.) Rakesh Sehgal Friday inaugurated the Inter-semester sports week 2022, in which 16 teams from 8 semesters will be participating in the event.

The inaugural function was presided over by Director NIT Srinagar, Prof. Rakesh Sehgal, while Institute’s Registrar Prof. Syed Kaiser Bukhari and Dean Students Welfare, Prof. Abdul Liman were special guests on the occasion.

Dr. Srinibash Mishra, SAS Coordinator was also present on the occasion.The tournament is being organized by the Department of Physical Education NIT Srinagar.

While inaugurating mega sports week, Prof. Sehgal applauded the role of Physical Education Department in conducting sports activities round the year and assured his full cooperation for future projects.

He said regular participation in sports activities teaches us to plan ahead and see through the consequences of our actions.

“We need to quickly assess the situation, adjust, adapt and act accordingly. Being flexible and not carry a fixed mindset,” Prof. Sehgal said.

Director NIT Srinagar assured the participant players of every possible support in terms of coaching and augmentation of their skills and performance.

Institute’s Registrar, Prof. Syed Kaiser Bukhari highlighted the benefits of sports and said that participation in sports activities promotes health and wellbeing.

“I appreciate all the students who are taking active part in the tournament and in future, we will organize more such sports tournaments on the campus,” he said.

Prof. Bukhari also appreciated the staff of the sports department.  Over the past several years, NIT Srinagar has developed State-of-the-art sports facilities on campus and will continue to expand it, he said.

Dean Students Welfare, Prof. Abdul Liman also appreciated the organizers and Director NIT Srinagar Prof. Sehgal for taking such initiatives for the promotion of the sports in the Intuition.

On the occasion, Dr. Srinibash Mishra, SAS Coordinator expressed his gratitude to the NIT Srinagar administration for supporting such initiatives on the campus.

He said 16 teams including 8 boys and 8 girls from each semester are participating in the mega event. Students will play 8 games including Basketball, volleyball, Kabaddi,Tug of war, Table Tennis, Chess and Carrom.

The tournament is being organized by Dr. Srinibash Mishra (SAS Coordinator), Kowsar Ali Mir (SAS Officer), Sohail Ahmad Baba (SAS Assistant), Abdul Gani Lone (Sr.Technician), Ghulam Hassan Dobhi (Sr. Technician), Abdul Rashid Sheikh (Office Attendant), Mohmmad Akbar Dar (Groundsman)  and Habib Ullah Akhoon.(KNS) 

NIT Srinagar campus to conduct mass Covid19 testing drive on Monday

NIT Srinagar

Srinagar: After 24 students were tested Covid19 positive, the National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar decided to organize a mass testing drive for all employees and students on Monday.

The testing drive was conducted by the Health Centre of the Institute in collaboration with the local medical authorities of the J&K Government. It is suspected that more COVID positive cases may be there among the students and employees of the Institute.

The Institute authorities as a precautionary measure have decided to conduct mass testing of the employees and students of the Institute. The Health Centre of the Institute in consultation with local medical authorities of J&K Government has finalized the testing to be conducted on 11.04.2022.

Accordingly, all employees and students of the Institute are directed to get themselves tested on 11.04.2022 at 10.30 AM at the testing facility to be established near the Health Centre of the Institute.

This is issued as per the approvals of the Competent Authority.

Prof. Sehgal said they will ensure that all COVID19 SOPs would be adhered to, so that there will be no risk of further spread of infection.

He said it has been also decided that wearing 3-ply reusable or disposable masks is mandatory for all persons entering the NIT campus.

Institute’s Registrar, Prof. Syed Kaiser Bukhari said they have already issued a circular for conducting a mass testing drive of students, and employees.

“The Health Centre of the Institute in consultation with local medical authorities of J&K Government has finalized the testing to be conducted on 11.04.2022,” he said.

Prof. Bukhari said it is suspected that more COVID positives cases can be reported and accordingly, all staff and students are directed to get themselves tested on Monday.

Medical Officer, Dr. Fayaz Ahmad Bhat said a special testing drive will be conducted under the direction of worthy Director NIT, Prof. Rakesh Sehgal. Both RAT and RTPCR tests will be conducted from Monday onward, he said.

“We have finalized all the arrangements for the mass testing. Drive will continue for some days on the campus,” he added.

NIT Srinagar Student, Mohit Paditar Tops GATE 2022 Entrance Exam

Gate 2022 Topper Mohit Paditar

Srinagar: A B.Tech student from the National Institute of Technology (NIT), Srinagar, has topped Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering (GATE ) 2022.

Mohit Patidar, a B.Tech student from the Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (MME) Department secured all India first rank (AIR-1) in GATE 2022

Ayush Kumar Mall from Information Technology (IT) Department secured AIR-94 whereas Maasil Ahmad Wani from Electronics and Communications Engineering (ECE) secured AIR-255.

Aman Kumar Meena from Chemical Engineering (CE) department obtained AIR-147 and Vishal Ballavadiya from Mechanical Engineering (ME) Department got AIR-191.

Mohammad Sahil Hussain, Ashutosh Kumar Yadav, and Himanshu Singh Singholiya from the MME department had also secured AIR-74, AIR-102, and AIR-174 respectively.

The qualified students comprise 28 students of Civil Engineering, 21 in Electrical Engineering, 16 from the Electronics and Communications Department.

GATE 2022: NIT Srinagar student secures All India Rank 1; 109 others also qualify
GATE 2022: NIT Srinagar student secures All India Rank 1; 109 others also qualify for Gate 2022 Exam

14 in Mechanical Engineering, 10 of Chemical Engineering Department, 8 from Information Technology, 7 from Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Department, and two students from Computer Science and Engineering Departments have qualified the GATE exams.

Director NIT Srinagar, Prof. (Dr). Rakesh Sehgal extended warm greetings to the qualifiers and congratulated them for qualifying prestigious GATE exam.

“The faculty in NIT is working for the students. They will not leave any stone unturned for the overall development of students. It is a proud movement for the NIT Srinagar and we will continue this dedication in the future also,” he said.

Prof. Sehgal urged students to make the best possible use of available resources. He also appreciated the tireless effort of faculty members including Dr. Obbu Chandrasekhar, Head, Department of Training and Placements for organized GATE-2022 coaching classes.

“Despite COVID-19 challenges, NIT Srinagar did not allow students to suffer academics. We taught students online as well as offline classes,” he said.

Registrar NIT Srinagar, Prof. Kaiser Bukhari also extended warm greetings to GATE qualifiers and urged them to work hard to achieve success.

“It is a proud movement for the institute. There is no second option to hard work. I advise them to serve the society dedicatedly and selflessly,” he said.

Earlier Department of Training and Placement, NIT Srinagar had organized GATE-2022 coaching classes for final and pre-final year students (2018 and 2019 admitted batches).

Head, Department of Training and Placements, Dr. Obbu Chandrasekhar, congratulated the whole NIT Srinagar fraternity, especially the qualifying students on their momentous achievement.

He also expressed his gratitude to Director NIT Srinagar, Prof. Sehgal for his constant support and also thanked Prof. M.F. Wani, TEQIP-III Coordinator for providing the necessary funds to engage the GATE coaching classes for students.

Dr. Obbu Chandrasekhar said 180 students from NIT Srinagar had registered for GATE coaching classes and promised that they would continue to guide and nurture students for better results in upcoming years.

On Thursday, The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur released the result for the GATE 2022.

A total of 7,11,542 candidates had appeared for gate 2022 of which 1.26,813 have qualified. Among those who cracked the exam, most are men. As many as 98732 male students cleared GATE 2022 and 28081 females cleared the exam.