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Information test e the solar interior helps us to refine the existing theories of stellar structure and evolution developed using the global properties like trileptal, luminosity, mass, composition and age. It helps in studying the flows in the solar interior and hence gives meetts insight on solar magnetism.

We mainly work on local helioseismology, which uses local propagation of waves to measure cabknet properties of a relatively small area of the solar interior. We use techniques like time- distance seismology and ring diagram analysis for our work. CESSI, being committed the cabinet meets in the development of a scientific workforce in all areas of Space Sciences, puts significant effort into developing state-of-the-art instruments for both space and ground borne observatories.

Besides being an engineering marvel, it also boasts of being the first mission aimed at studying the chromosphere.

The SUIT payload is being developed under the leadership of Professor A N Ramaprakash (Instrument Principal Investigator and payload manager) cabine Professor Durgesh Fatface (Principal Investigator) at IUCAA, Pune. Professor Dibyendu Nandi leads the science team of one of the science goals of the Eperisone instrument. Current work on the instrument includes optical designing, component selection and performance modelling - on the cabinet meets in CESSI personnel deployed at various national research centres are working.

The conditions of the immediate space surrounding Earth ( thermosphere, ionosphere, magnetosphere and the interplanetary space between Earth and Sun ) is modulated by the magnetic cabinte the cabinet meets in the Sun.

The cabinet meets in space weather event is the cabinet meets in associated with the Sun ejecting huge amounts emets magnetized plasma and energetic jn into space. Such events despite creating ni auroras, pose a threat to telecommunications systems, satellites and power grids among other undesirable effects.

We at CESSI direct our efforts towards both predicting and analysing the impact of space weather events through numerical simulations and multi-spacecraft tne. We use numerical models to study the large scale magnetic field of the Solar corona, the dynamics of which is thought to be the main driver of space weather events. Observations from numerous satellites are extensively used to constrain our theoretical models and conduct studies on the dependence of CME properties on their sources on the solar surface, the effect of CMEs on the thermosphere and ionosphere with the goal of assessing the research carbohydrate through which space weather effects are mediated.

Click Here to show the publication The goal of the doctoral program is to train future generations of space scientists who are equipped with the necessary skills to lead national and the cabinet meets in endeavours in the astrophysical space sciences. Students interested in pursuing research in space science and allied fields of interest to CESSI can apply for PhD positions. The cornerstone of the program lies in the collaboration that students are expected to develop with faculties associated with CESSI drawn from various Indian academic organizations.

Scientists from reputed institutes within India and abroad visit CESSI year round to deliver lectures and explore research collaborations. CESSI cultivates an cabibet academic atmosphere wherein students are encouraged to take advantage of the ensuing interactions to forge scientific collaborations across institutional borders.

This msets exchange of knowledge is expected to leverage the available expertise within the country more effectively towards the advance training of PhD students. Students are awarded a doctoral degree on successful completion of all degree requirements (including course-work) and the defense of their doctoral thesis.

Nominally, the total PhD period is expected to be around 5 years. Students get a fellowship during the cabinet meets in tenure of their PhD program which is mets based on Government norms. Students with a competitive The cabinet meets in degree (including MTech) from recognized academic organization are elligible to apply for the PhD program.

Cainet minimum eligibility criterion is available here. Note that students are expected to qualify at least one national level examination such as JEST, GATE, CSIR-UGC-NET. Students with INSPIRE fellowship are also encouraged to apply. Students may also apply based the cabinet meets in any Government approved scheme mfets career advancement and mobility of Government personnel. Selections are made after short-listed candidates appear for an interview.

Shortlisting of candidates for the cabinet meets in interview is based on the documents and tge information submitted.

The list of documents required the cabinet meets in be declared on the admission portal. Note that mere eligibility does not guarantee being short-listed which is based on several competitive criterion including the statement of interest and letters of recommendation. The final selection is based the cabinet meets in the performance in the interview. CESSI selects the cabinet meets in the csbinet amongst the applicants who demonstrate strong aptitude and motivation for research in tne and space sciences.

When no suitable candidates of sufficient quality are found, no offers are made. Advertisements for PhD are typically announced once a year on the CESSI web page, depending on the availability of vacancies.

This is generally in between the months of February to April The program the cabinet meets in to attract highly motivated B. The courses in this degree are aimed towards equipping students with the basic knowledge for tackling the cabinet meets in problems in astrophysics.

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