Bhabha Atomic Research Centre(BARC) Recruitment For Stipendiary Trainee Category-I (Group B) and Other Posts–156

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Stipendiary Trainee Category-I (Group B)

Stipendiary Trainee Category-II (Group C)

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Written Examination of one hour duration will be conducted and will comprise of 40 objective (multiple) type questions. The syllabus for the said examination will be based on subjects at Diploma/B.Sc. level as the case may be. Those candidates qualifying in the written examination shall be short-listed for interview. The date of interview will be notified later. ‘3’ marks for each correct answer and ‘1’mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer. Final selection and ranking will be on the basis of performance of the candidate in interview and no weightage will be given for marks scored in the written examination. The decision of NRB in this regard is final. Based upon the Merit List prepared after Stage-2, candidates will be shortlisted for Stage 3 (Skill Test). Candidates clearing the skill test will be shortlisted and empanelled in order of Merit based on the marks secured in Stage. The number of candidates shortlisted for Skill Test will depend upon the number of candidates qualifying for Stage 2 but will not exceed 4 – 5 times the number of vacancies in each trade. The Skill Test will be based on Go/No-Go basis.

Number of the posts: 156

Stipendiary Trainee Category-I (Group B) : 50

Stipendiary Trainee Category-II (Group C) : 106

Pay Scale:

Stipendiary Trainee Category-I (Group B) : Rs.16000/-

Stipendiary Trainee Category-II (Group C) : Rs.10500/-

Age Limit:

Stipendiary Trainee Category-I (Group B) : 18-24 years

Stipendiary Trainee Category-II (Group C) : 18-22 years


Stipendiary Trainee Category-I (Group B) : Diploma* in Mechanical Engineering/Diploma* in Electrical Engineering/Diploma* in Chemical Engineering/Diploma* in Civil Engineering/Diploma* in Electronics / Electronics & Communication Engineering/Diploma* in Electronics & Instrumentation / Instrumentation Engineering/Instrumentation Technology/Instrumentation & Control Engineering/ Minimum 60% marks in B.Sc (Chemistry as principal and Physics and Mathematics as subsidiary subjects)

Stipendiary Trainee Category-II (Group C) : HSc in Science stream (with Physics, Chemistry and Maths subjects) with a minimum 60% marks in aggregate. SSC (with Science and Maths) with a minimum 60% marks in aggregate PLUS trade certificate in A/C Mechanic/ Fitter/ Welder/Electrician/ Electronic Mechanic/ Machinist/Instrument Mechanic/Welder (GMAW&GTAW)/Mechanic Diesel/Machinist Grinder. The candidates should meet any of the following requirements as regards Trade Certificate:  NTC (ITI pass out) of two year duration. OR NAC of Two years duration under Apprenticeship Training Scheme OR  NTC (ITI pass out) of one year duration plus one year work experience after the completion of course. OR NTC (ITI pass out) of one-year duration plus NAC of minimum one year duration under Apprenticeship Training Scheme.

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Homi Jehangir Bhabha was the visionary who conceptulised the Indian Nuclear Programme and along with a handful of Scientists initiated the nuclear science research in India in March, 1944. He envisaged the vast potential of nuclear energy and its possible successful utilization in the field of power generation and allied areas. Dr. Bhabha started working with the goal of achieving self reliance in the fields of nuclear science and engineering and today’s Department of Atomic Energy which is a consortium of different and diversified fields of science and engineering is the final outcome of the farsighted planning of Dr. Bhabha.  Thus, in his own words “When Nuclear Energy has been successfully applied for power production in, say a couple of decades from now, India will not have to look abroad for its experts but will find them ready at hand”. Dr. Homi Jehangir Bhabha, realizing the immense potential of nuclear energy as a viable alternative source for electric power generation, launched the Indian Nuclear Programme in March 1944. It was the farsightedness of Dr. Bhabha to start nuclear research in India at a time following the discovery of nuclear fission phenomena by Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassman and soon after Enrico Fermi etal from Chicago reporting the feasibility of sustained nuclear chain reactions. At that time very little information was available to the outside world about nuclear fission and sustained chain reactions and nobody was willing to subscribe to the concept of power generation based on nuclear energy.

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