Bhabha Atomic Research Centre ( BARC ) Application form 2012

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Instructions of for filling online Application Form
Read the following instructions carefully before filling online application form:
• Please read the advertisement carefully for knowing the eligibility criteria.
• Please enter all the mandatory fields.
• Please enter the correct information.
• Percentage of marks should not be rounded off while entering.
• Please do not use any special character in Postal Address, College Name and
University Name.
• Please do not send any document to us. The print out generated must be submitted
by the candidate at the time of written exam/Interview alongwith attested copies of
all relevant documents. Please affix a recent passport size photograph in the
application form and attest it by any Gazetted Officer.
• Successful submission of application form may not confirm the
candidature for written exam/interview. The acceptance of your
application will be based on further screening process.
• The application will be rejected if the candidate failed to submit the
original and attested copies at the time of written exam/interview.
• It is mandatory for SC/ST candidates to submit original Caste Certificate
at the time of written exam/interview for TA claim.
• Applicants can check the status of application through ‘Application Status’ menu.
• Screened-In/Out Status of the candidate will be available after 15 working days from
the last date of receipt of application.
• Screened-In candidates are required to take the print out of Admit Card and carry at
the time of Written Exam/Interview after affixing recent Passport size colour
photograph attested by Gazetted Officer. Admit Card will not be sent to the candidate
by post.
• Screened-In candidates will not be allowed to attend the Written Exam/Interview
without the Admit Card.
• All Screened-In candidates are requested to carefully go through the ‘Instructions for
Screened-In Candidates’.


Bhabha Atomic Research Centre offers creative and rewarding career opportunities to young qualified men and women who like challenges in frontline areas of Nuclear Science and Technology and are keen to be a part of expanding Indian nuclear power programme. Ample prospects are available for pursuing innovative research in Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Biosciences, Geology, or Geophysics, Engineering and Biosciences at different R&D centres under the Department of Atomic.
‘Technology makes it possible, but it is the people who make it happen’, is a well-known adage. With this objective in mind, the visionary Dr. Homi Jehangir Bhabha set up the prestigious BARC Training School in the year 1956 as a center for in-house training of professionals, for developing highly skilled manpower, thus ensuring that the country becomes self-reliant and self-sustaining in the field of Nuclear Science and Technology.

Personnel of DAE are broadly categorized as:

1. Scientific (Scientific Officers, Technical Officers) through training schools and direct recruitment.
2. Technical (Scientific Assistant, Foreman, Draughtsman, Technician, Para-medical staff, Fire service staff, Horticultural staff)
3. Administrative (Administrative, Accounts)
4. Purchase & Stores
5. Auxiliary (Security staff, Driver staff, Attendant)

Career opportunities at various levels are available at the Centre in wide ranging R&D areas of Nuclear Science and Technology
Scientist and Engineer in BARC

Recruitment of Scientific Officers (Scientists and Engineers) is through two major programmes – OCES and DGFS, conducted by the BARC Training Schools and also through the Dr. K.S. Krishnan Research Associateship (KSKRA) programme.

1. Orientation Course for Engineering Graduates and Science Post Graduates (OCES)
2. DAE Graduate Fellowship Scheme (DGFS)
3. Dr. K.S. Krishnan Research Associateship (KSKRA)

For certain specialized areas listed below, direct recruitment is also done through open advertisements in leading newspapers for the post of Technical Officer (C) or higher whenever vacancies arise.

* Medical Officers in BARC Dispensaries/ Hospital
* Landscape and Cosmetic Maintenance Officers
* Architects, Library Professionals, IT Professionals, Fire officers etc

For more visit direct recruitment of officials section.

The exact details of these posts/vacancies are being advertised time-to-time in leading newspapers as well as on this website.

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Orientation Course for Engineering Graduates and Science Post Graduates (OCES)

OCES is the flagship programme of the BARC Training School and its affiliates for Engineering Graduates and Science Post-Graduates

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

The training programme aims to ensure, that the Trainee Scientific Officers (TSOs) are provided with the necessary facilities and opportunities to acquire knowledge and develop skills in R&D pertaining to Nuclear Science & Technology. The course comprises foundation, core, advanced and elective courses in several disciplines.

The course work is organized into three Semesters and is completed in one year commencing on 1st August every year. The course work comprises classroom lectures, practical training and project work. Evaluation on a continuous basis is carried out by way of examinations and assignments.

The OCES programme is recognized for the award of Post-Graduate Diploma and as course work for the award of M.Tech. degree of the Homi Bhabha National Institute (HBNI) provided the performance of the TSO is above a specified threshold.

More than 7000 officers have graduated from the BARC Training School since its inception.

Training Schools
The OCES Programmes are conducted at BARC Training Schools at the locations listed below

* BARC Training School at Mumbai
– Engineering design, development, operation and maintainence of nuclear reactors.
– Research in frontier areas of Basic and Engineering Sciences.

* BARC Training School at Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR), Kalpakkam
– R&D and Engineering related to Fast Breeder Reactor programme.
– Research in frontier areas of Basic and Engineering Sciences.

* BARC Training School at Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology(RRCAT), Indore
– R&D in Engineering and science related to lasers, accelerators, plasma physics, cryogenics and superconductivity.

* BARC Training School at Nuclear Fuel Complex, Hyderabad
– Operation & Maintenance and Engineering related to Nuclear Fuel Facilities & production plants for production of Heavy Water to support our Nuclear Power Programme.

* Atomic Minerals Directorate for Exploration and Research (AMD), Hyderabad
– Exploration Techniques for Uranium and other Atomic Minerals and related R&D activities.

SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION AND PLACEMENT

A trainee who scores a minimum of 50% aggregate marks on completion of the training programme is declared to have passed the course successfully. Successful Trainees will be posted as Scientific Officers ‘C’ in one of the DAE units.

Posting of a successful OCES trainee to a DAE unit is done on the basis of merit at the end of the OCES programme. A small number of selected candidates/ trainees are also posted at the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited and other units under the Atomic Energy Commission/Department of Atomic Energy or the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB).

Two-year DAE Graduate Fellowship Scheme for Engineering Graduates and Physics Post-Graduates (DGFS)

Many young professionals like to start their careers only after acquiring an advanced degree. To attract such individuals, DGFS was initiated for inducting engineers at M.Tech. level in collaboration with the six IITs viz. Bombay, Delhi, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras and Roorkee, as well as IT-BHU, NIT-Rourkela and ICT-Mumbai. The scheme also strengthens the research-education linkage with premier institutes of the country in areas of interest to DAE. The project work is carried out under two guides, one from IIT and the other from DAE. The topics for M.Tech. projects are selected by the DAE guides keeping in view the requirements of DAE.

Four-Month Orientation Course for DGFS Fellows (OCDF): Several areas of interest to DAE do not form part of the M.Tech. curriculum. To provide exposure to such areas, DGFS Fellows undertake a four months orientation course at the BARC Training School, after successful completion of their M.Tech. programmes. They are then absorbed in DAE as Scientific Officers.

Selection : Under this scheme, Engineering Graduates and Physics Post-Graduates who are selected for the Training School programme and who also have secured admission for MTech./MChemEngg. in select institutes and specializations (listed in Table below), are paid stipend and tuition fee to pursue their MTech/MChemEngg degrees at the DGFS institutes while retaining their employment in DAE.

After successful completion of the one-year course work at the institute, DGFS Fellows undertake project work, which is assigned and supervised jointly by a DAE and an institute guide. On successful completion of MTech/MChemEngg, they are posted as Scientific Officers in DAE. On joining, they are required to undertake a four-month Orientation Course for DGFS Fellows (OCDF) at the BARC Training School, Mumbai.

The DGFS fellows are enrolled and posted in one of the following units of DAE:
a) BARC, Mumbai
b) IGCAR, Kalpakkam
c) RRCAT, Indore

Posting of a DGFS fellow to a DAE unit is done at the beginning of the MTech/MChemEngg programme.

Selected candidatesare required to execute an agreement and a personal Indemnity Bond to serve DAE or AERB for at least three years after completion of training.Indemnity Bond is for `2,45,000/- for OCES trainees and `5,05,000/- for DGFS fellows. No third party surety is required.

Admissible MTech Specialization or Name of Dept/Centre at select institutes Select Institutes*
Mechanical Engineering All except ICT
Cryogenics Kh
Applied Mechanics M
Nuclear Engineering & Technology

K
Reliability Engineering, Systems & Control Engineering, Energy Systems B, D, Kh, R
Chemical Engineering All except Rkl
Nuclear Hydrology R
Metallurgical Engineering, Material Science/ Engineering All except ICT
Electrical Engineering All except ICT
Power/ Communication/ Control Engineering, Integrated Electronics & Circuits D, R
Instrumentation Kh, M, R
Computer Science, Computer Engineering & Technology All except Rkl, Var and ICT
Applied Optics, Lasers & Optoelectronics D
Solid State Materials/ Electronic Materials D, R
Civil Engineering All except Rkl and ICT
Earthquake Engineering K, R
Electronics Engineering Rkl and Var
* Instritutes where specified MTech courses are offered under DGFS:
B= IIT-Bombay;
D= IIT-Delhi;
K= IIT-Kanpur;
Kh= IIT-Kharagpur;
M= IIT-Madras,
R= IIT-Roorkee;
Rkl= NIT- Rourkela;
Var= IT-BHU Varanasi;
ICT= Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai.

For latest information on OCES and DGFS please visit BARC, HRDD Website

through Dr. K.S. Krishnan Associateship (Post Doctoral Research Associateship) Programme

About 20 researchers are absorbed every year under this scheme. The scheme awards a stipend of Rs.20,000/- + benefits for a maximum period of 2 years. The Associateship is available in broad disciplines of Engineering, Chemical Sciences, Physical Sciences and Bio Sciences.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA for KSKRA

A: Minimum Educational Qualification and Experience for KSKRA :

i)

For Engineers: Ph.D. degree in Engineering (Those who have submitted thesis for Ph.D. may also apply)
or
Master’s degree in Engineering (M.Tech./ M.E./M.S.) with a minimum of 2-year R&D experience after obtaining M.Tech./M.E./M.S. degree.

ii)

For Scientists: Ph.D. degree in Science (Those who have submitted Ph.D. thesis may also apply).

All candidates must have a First Class at either Masters or Bachelors level.
All candidates must provide a list of publications in support of their R&D experience.

B:Nationality/Age for KSKRA :

Indian nationals who are not more than 32 years as on 1st January in the year of the application.

The age criterion is relaxable by 5 years for SC/ ST candidates and 3 years for OBC candidates.

The SC/ ST/ OBC certificate should be as per the prescribed format. Physically challenge persons are eligible for age relaxation of 5 years.

SELECTION AND APPOINTMENT for KSKRA

Selection will be through interview committee (appointed by BRNS) from among the shortlisted candidates based on their qualifications, published R&D work and performance in the interview. The selected candidates would be appointed as KSKRA for an initial period of one year, which is extendable by one more year based on performance during the first year. KSKRAs would be paid a monthly stipend of Rs. 20,000/- + benefits. Those candidates who have submitted their Ph.D. thesis but are yet to receive their Ph.D. degree, if found suitable by the interview committee in view of their expertise and academic record, would be first designated as Research Associate (RA) and paid a stipend of Rs.16,000/- per month. On completion of their Ph.D. and on obtaining a provisional certificate, they would be designated as KSKRAs and paid a stipend of Rs.20,000/- per month. For all other benefits, their date of joining as RA will be treated as the date of joining KSKRA Scheme. In addition to this, an amount Rs.10,000/- per year would be disbursed as Educational Material Allowance. Associates will be provided Hostel accommodation, medical and leave benefits during their Associateship.

CAREER DEVELOPMENT for KSKRA

Anytime during their second year of Associateship, subject to satisfactory performance as evaluated by the concerned DAE unit, KSKRAs can be appointed as Scientific Officers/ Engineers-D in the Pay Band-3 (PB-3) (Rs.15,600-39,100) plus Grade Pay (GP) Rs.6,600/- with additional increments depending upon the candidate’s qualification, experience and performance. Exceptionally brilliant candidates with excellent track record in advanced technologies and having a Ph.D. may be considered for the post of Scientific Officer/ Engineer-E in PB-3 with a higher Grade Pay of Rs.7,600/-. In addition benefits under Performance Related Incentive Scheme (PRIS) as applicable to the Scientists and Engineers in DAE will also be provided as per entitlement.

Total starting emoluments including Incentives and Allowances at the time of absorption in a Class-A1 city as on 01.01.2009 are more than Rs. 50,000/- for Scientific Officer/Engineer-D and Rs. 54,000/- for Scientific Officer/Engineer-E.

HOW TO APPLY for KSKRA
Please Visit Board of Research in Nuclear Sciences (BRNS) for latest updates and other details of KSKRA at http://www.barc.gov.in







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