Most of the direct recruitment is made at entry level of Scientific/technical officer C. However, we recruit Officers at senior levels, through open advertisements, to meet some specific requirements, which expertise may not be available internally.
For certain specific categories, recruitment is also carried out other than through the specified training schemes mentioned above and is made through open advertisements in leading newspapers. The direct recruitment of officers with qualifications of B.E. / M.Sc. will be carried out as Technical Officer (C).
Recruitment For Scientific and Technical Officers
Age limit for direct recruitment
For Scientists and Engineers in the grade (C) and above, the age will be taking into account the qualifications and experience for required posts.
The norms for direct recruitment to following posts are
(Translator in Foreign languages)
|2 years in translation and interpretation.|
|2||TO(C) Library and|
|4 years in responsible capacity in a University Level Library|
|BE / ME Degree in Safety Engineering or BE in Chemical / Mechanical / Electrical/Civil Engineering with 60% marks and diploma in Industrial Safety recognized by Central/State Governments.||Factory experience in Industrial Safety desirable.|
|4||SO(C) (Radiological Physics)||–|
|12 years out of which 3 years as Hospital Administrator|
15 years out of which 3 years as Hospital administrator
For more details of norms for recruitment please visit Career Digest for Recruitment and Promotion Guidelines in DAE for Scientific & Technical Personnel.
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About Bhabha Atomic Research Centre
Dr. Homi Jehangir Bhabha conceived the Nuclear Program in India. Dr Bhabha established the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) for carrying out nuclear science research in 1945. To intensify the effort to exploit nuclear energy for the benefit of the nation, Dr Bhabha established the Atomic Energy Establishment, Trombay (AEET) in January 1954 for multidisciplinary research program essential for the ambitious nuclear program of India. After the sad demise of Bhabha in 1966, AEET was renamed Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC).
Dr. Bhabha established the BARC Training School to cater to the manpower needs of the expanding atomic energy research and development program. In Bhabha’s 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 Bhabha emphasized on self reliance in all the fields of nuclear science and engineering.
BARC is the mother of the R&&D 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.