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Wednesday, 6 February 2013

Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Pharmacist recruitment

govt jobs in BARCApplication are invited for the following  Group-C posts in BARC-Bhabha Atomic Research Centre .interested candidates can apply online on or before 23 feb 2013 for the following rojgar news in BARC.

Name of post:Recruitment in Bhabha Atomic Research Centre
Pharmacist ‘B’ : 03 Posts
Work Assistant ‘A’: 190 posts
Hospital Work Assistant ‘A’ : 12 posts
No of posts: 205 Posts
Location of Posting:Delhi
Job Eligibility (education, age):Educational / Technical Qualification : HSC (10 + 2)+ 2 years Diploma in Pharmacy + 3 months training in Pharmacy + Registration as a Pharmacist with Central or State Pharmacy Council, AGE LIMIT AS ON 23/02/2013 Post Code DR/01 : 18 years minimum and 25 years maximum. Post Code DR/02 & DR/03 : 18 years minimum and 27 years maximum. (a) Relaxation in upper age limit upto a maximum of five years for SC/ST candidates and three years for OBC candidates.
Salary:Rs.5200-20200 grade pay Rs.1800/-
Application fee: Applications will be accepted On-Line only and copy of the application need not be sent by post.
(ii) On-line application and other details are available at BARC website
(iii) The candidates may download a copy of the Application and Admit Card and submit the same only at the time of Written Test / Trade Test / Interview. Attested copies of all relevant documents as mentioned in the Advertisement may also be enclosed with the application. Those who could not upload photograph and signature in the on-line application may affix passport size photograph on both application and admit card duly attested by any Gazetted Officer.
The Apply Online at BARC If you are a new user, please register from the options ‘New User? Register’ in the Home page. In the New User Registration form you should provide the valid data in order to register your name. While giving the e-mail, you should give the valid e-mail id. The password may be different from your e-mail password but you should ensure that you remember the password for future correspondence. After giving the relevant details click ‘Register’. On successful registration you will be getting Registration details stating your email-id and Password. This email-id and Password is necessary for applying for any post and for later communication /reference.
Important Dates:23-02-2013
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Department of Atomic Energy (DAE)
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC)

Government of India
Personnel Division
A Premier Multi Disciplinary Nuclear Research Centre of India having excellent infrastructure for advanced Research and Development with expertise covering the entire spectrum of Nuclear Science and Engineering and related areas. 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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