BARC Recruitment 2020: Bhabha Atomic Research Centre has advertised the Latest Jobs Notification for the Recruitment of Trade Apprentice Vacancies. As per the BARC Recruitment 2020, candidates having qualifications of 10th Pass and Vocational Course Certificate are eligible. Interested candidates can make use of the wonderful opportunity by applying within the last date as scheduled in the official notification. Hopeful aspirants can also check other information such as application fee, how to apply, important dates and more details as mentioned below. All the job seekers and talented aspirants, who are looking to be employed in the field of government sector may keep visiting our official web page for further job notifications over BARC, as sequenced below.
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre has published the Latest Recruitment Notification to fulfil the 08 Trade Apprentice Vacancies. Candidates, who have qualifications of 10th Pass and Vocational Course Certificate are eligible to apply. Eligible and interested candidates may apply on/before the last date as noticed in the official notification. However, hopeful aspirants can also find other information like eligibility criteria, selection process, application fee and more details as mentioned below.
Total No. of Vacancies: 08
|Name of the Post||No. of Vacancies||Educational Qualifications|
|Medical Lab Technician||04||10+2 Vocational
( Medical Lan Technician)
|X-Ray Technician||03||10+2 Vocational
|Ophthalmic Technician||01||10+2 Vocational
How to Apply:
Deputy Establishment Officer (R-V),
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre,
Mumbai - 400085.
Dates to be Remembered:
|Last Date to Submit the Application Form||06th March 2020|
To Download Official Notification and Application Form: CLICK HERE
About the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC): Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) was established on 3rd Jan 1954 and its headquarters is located in Mumbai, India. Dr Homi Jehangir Bhabha established the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) in 1945 and later Dr Bhabha established the Atomic Energy Establishment, Trombay (AEET) in Jan 1954 to intensify the effort to exploit nuclear energy for the benefit of the nation. After the sad demise of Bhabha in 1966, AEET was renamed as Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC). BARC's core mandate is to sustain peaceful applications of nuclear energy, primarily for power generation.
The primary importance of BARC is as a research centre. BARC is the mother of the Research and Development institutions such as IGCAR, RRCAT, VECC, etc. which carry out pioneering research on nuclear and accelerator technologies and industrial establishments such as NPCIL, NFC, ECIL, etc. spearheading nuclear power production, materials technology, electronics & instrumentation. BARC is multi-disciplinary research centre with extensive infrastructure for advanced research and development covering the entire spectrum of nuclear science, engineering and related areas.
BARC has designed and built India's first Pressurised water reactor at Kalpakkam, an 80MW land-based prototype of INS Arihant's nuclear power unit, as well as the Arihant's propulsion reactor. The BARC also conducts research in biotechnology at the Gamma Gardens and has developed numerous disease-resistant and high-yielding crop varieties, particularly groundnuts. In addition to its nuclear research mandate, also conducts research in other high technology areas like accelerators, micro electron beams, materials design, supercomputers and computer vision among the few.
The BARC offers creative and rewarding career opportunities to young qualified men and women who like challenges in frontline areas of Nuclear Science and Technology and has dedicated departments for the specialised fields, also designed and developed, for its own use an infrastructure of supercomputers, Anupam using state of the art technology. Ample aspects are available for pursuing innovative research in Physics, Chemistry, Geology, Geophysics, Engineering and Biosciences at BARC and DAE units. The vision of BARC is developing highly skilled manpower, thus ensuring that the country becomes self-reliant and self-sustaining in the field of Nuclear Science and Technology.