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BARC Recruitment 2017 – 02 Posts – General Duty Medical Officer

Bhabha Atomic Research Centre BARC

BARC: 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).

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BARC FullformBhabha Atomic Research Centre
MottoAtoms in the service of the Nation
Parent organisationDepartment of Atomic Energy
FormationJanuary 3, 1954
Legal statusOperational
HeadquartersTrombay, Mumbai, Maharashtra
PurposeNuclear research
DirectorK.N. Vyas
Address

Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Trombay, Mumbai – 400 085 India

Contact+91-22-25505050 / 25592000
Websitebarc.gov.in

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.

BARC’s core mandate is to sustain peaceful applications of nuclear energy, primarily for power generation. It manages all facets of nuclear power generation, from theoretical design of reactors, computerized modelling and simulation, risk analysis, development and testing of new reactor fuel materials, etc. It also conducts research in spent fuel processing, and safe disposal of nuclear waste. Its other research focus areas are applications for isotopes in industries, medicine, agriculture, etc. BARC operates a number of research reactors across the country

Research Reactors in BARC: 
  • APSARA is the first nuclear reactor in Asia to have achieved criticality on August 4, 1956. It is a pool type reactor of 1 MW power with a highly enriched uranium as fuel (4.5 kg) in the form of plates. Light water was used as both moderator and coolant. The maximum neutron flux was around 1013 neutrons/cm2/s. It was mainly used for production of isotopes, basic research, shielding experiments, neutron activation analysis, neutron radiography and for testing neutron detectors. Apsara was permanently shut down in 2010. An upgraded version of 2 MWth with a light enriched uranium fuel is under construction in BARC.
  • ZERLINA was a 100 Watt thermal reactor based on natural uranium metallic fuel and heavy water as both moderator and coolant. It achieved criticality in January 14, 1961. It was mainly utilized for reactor lattice studies and was decommissioned in 1983.
  • CIRUS reactor (40 MWth) was built in collaboration with Canada and was commissioned on 10th July 1960. CIRUS was extensively used for condensed matter research using neutron beams, material irradiation, fuel testing, neutron activation analysis and production of radioisotopes for applications in medicine, agriculture and industry. CIRUS reactor proved to be an excellent platform for training of engineers and scientists and in understanding the intricacies of managing natural uranium, heavy water, reactor systems which eventually evolved into the Indian pressurized heavy water reactor program. After 50 years of successful operation, it was permanently shut-down in December 2010.
  • DHRUVA was conceived in the 1970s out of the need for a research reactor with higher neutron flux for research in basic sciences in addition to a growing demand of radioisotopes and advanced. Construction of DHRUVA was a major milestone in the development and implementation of indigenous nuclear technology in India. The reactor incorporates several features not only to satisfy multidisciplinary user community but also in the production of radioisotopes of high specific activity. Dhruva is a National Facility for Neutron Beam Research to cater to the needs of Indian scientific community where scientists from BARC, other units of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), universities and national laboratories work under collaborative projects. Many of the collaborations are supported by the University Grants Commission – DAE Consortium for Scientific Research (UGC-DAE-CSR) and the Board of Research in Nuclear Sciences (BRNS).
  • PURNIMA-I was the first experimental fast reactor built in BARC with Plutonium Oxide as the fuel. This 1 Watt reactor was critical on 18th May 1972 and was used for studies of fast reactor physics. It was decommissioned in 1973.
  • PURNIMA-II was 100 mW experimental thermal reactor in BARC achieved criticality on May 10, 1984. This reactor operated on U-233 in the form of Uranyl Nitrate Solution as fuel and light water as both moderator and coolant. PURNIMA-II had maximum neutron flux of 107 neutrons/cm2/s. The purpose of this reactor was U-233 fuel evaluation and futuristic reactor studies and was decommissioned in 1986.
  • PURNIMA-III was another U-233 based 1 W thermal reactor built in BARC intended for mockup studies for KAMINI reactor. It achieved criticality on November 9, 1990. Like its predecessor, this reactor too operated on light water as both moderator and coolant. PURNIMA-III had maximum neutron flux of 108 neutrons/cm2/s. This reactor was decommissioned in 1991.
  • KAMINI is a 30 kW reactor in Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam, achieved criticality in October 1996. It marks a small but significant step towards utilization of our thorium reserves. It is the only operating reactor in the world using U-233 fuel. It is used for neutron radiography in IGCAR.

Civilian Research: The BARC also conducts research in biotechnology at the Gamma Gardens, and has developed numerous disease resistant and high-yielding crop varieties, particular groundnuts. It also conducts research in Liquid Metal Magnetohydrodynamics for power generation.On 4 June 2005, with the goal of encouraging research in basic sciences, BARC started the Homi Bhabha National Institute. Research institutions affiliated to BARC(Bhabha Atomic Research Centre) include IGCAR (Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research), RRCAT (Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology), and VECC (Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre).

Power projects that have benefited from BARC expertise but which fall under the NPCIL (Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited) are KAPP (Kakrapar Atomic Power Project), RAPP (Rajasthan Atomic Power Project), and TAPP (Tarapur Atomic Power Project).The Bhabha Atomic Research Centre in addition to its nuclear research mandate, also conducts research in other high technology areas like accelerators, micro electron beams, materials design, supercomputers, computer vision among the few. The BARC has dedicated departments for these specialized fields. BARC has designed and developed, for its own use an infrastructure of supercomputers, Anupam using state of the art technology.

BARC RECRUITMENT


General Duty Medical Officer – Post Graduate – Posted Date 25-Jul-2017

  • Designation Name : General Duty Medical Officer
  • Date Posted : 25-Jul-2017
  • Last Date : 31-Jul-2017
  • Total Vacancies : 02
  • Location : Mumbai (Maharashtra)(jobs in Maharashtra)

 

Details regarding General Duty Medical Officer job post at BARC

 

  • Age Limit : Maximum age limit is 50 years.
  • Age Relaxation: NA
  • Pay Scale : Rs. 38029/- Per Month
  • Nationality : Indian
  • Minimum Qualification: MBBS with One year relevant experience after obtaining requisite qualification. (post-graduate-jobs)
  • Selection Process : Selection will be based on Interview.
  • Application Fee : NA
  • Application Mode : Apply Offline
  • How To Apply : Interested Candidates may appear for Interview along with Original & one set of attested copies of SLC, SSC, HSC, MBBS passing, Mark-sheets, Internship, Registration and experience etc at the time of interview.Note:-
    Venue Of Interview: Conference Room, 1st floor, Administrative Wing, BARC Hospital, Anushakti Nagar, Mumbai 400 094

 

Important Dates for General Duty Medical Officer at BARC

 

  • Application Opening Date : NA
  • Application Closing Date : 31-Jul-2017
  • Last Date for Challan Generation : NA
  • Last Date for Payment of Fee : NA
  • Date of Exam : NA
  • Date of Interview : NA

 

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Medical Officer – Post Graduate – Posted Date 23 Jun 2017

Designation Name : Medical Officer

Total Vacancies : 02

Location : Mumbai (Maharashtra) – India

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Age Limit : Maximum age limit is 50 years as on 17.07.2017
Age Relaxation: NA
Pay Scale : Rs. 78800/- Per Month
Nationality : Indian
Minimum Qualification: M.D.S. (Periodontology/Pedodontia) from a recognized University
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Selection Process : Selection will be based on Interview.
Application Fee : Candidates have to pay Rs.500/- through Challan. SC/ST/PWD candidates are exempted from the application fee
Application Mode : Apply Online
How To Apply : Interested Candidates may apply Online through website http://www.barc.gov.in from 23.06.2017 to 17.07.2017 . thereafter link will be disabled.

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Application Opening Date : 23.06.2017
Application Closing Date : 17-Jun-2017
Last Date for Challan Generation : NA
Last Date for Payment of Fee : NA
Date of Exam : NA
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Technician – Diploma – Posted Date 20 Jun 2017

Designation Name : Technician

Total Vacancies : 02

Location : Mumbai (Maharashtra) – India

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Age Limit : Maximum age limit is 50 years as on 01.06.2017
Age Relaxation: NA
Pay Scale : Rs. 11730/- Per Month
Nationality : Indian
Minimum Qualification: SSC with one year Trade certificate with 60% marks in Science and Math.
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Selection Process : Selection will be based on Interview.
Application Fee : NA
Application Mode : Apply Offline
How To Apply : Interested Candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with copy of relevant documents and experience certificate send to Head, Rational Medicine Centre, Room No. 415, Tata Hospital Annexe Building, Jerbai Wadia Road Parel, Mumbai- 400012 on or before 07.07.2017.

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