Last date to apply for Clerk and Stenographers posts in BARC is February 25
Clerk and Stenographers posts in BARC- The public sector behemoth, Baba Atomic Research Centre (BARC) has around 60 openings in the upper division clerk and stenographer cadres at constituents units of DAE located in Mumbai, Tarapur, Visakhapatnam and Koltaka. The BARC has invited applications from graduate and Cass X passed candidates, according to the NDTV report.
Candidates can submit the online applications at the official website of BARC. “Only one application is acceptable for one post. If a candidate wishes to apply for more than one post, separate application should be submitted online for each post,” citing the job notice, the report said.
- Graduates with a speed of 30 words per minute in typewriting in English are eligible to apply for the clerk post
- Applicants must have obtained 50% marks in the qualifying degree from a recognized University
- Class X pass candidates with speed of 80 words per minute in English stenography and typing speed in English of 30 words per minute are eligible for the Stenographer post
- The age limit of applicants for both the posts is 18-27 years
- BARC will select candidates on the basis of objective type test, descriptive written test/ skill test
- The last date for submission of application is February 25
- Candidates are required to have valid e-mail ID and a mobile number which should remain active during the currency of this recruitment
- Call letter for Written Test / Skill Test, as the case may be, to the screened-in candidates will be sent on registered e-mail ID only
Facts about BARC
- 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 death of Bhabha in 1966, AEET was renamed Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC)
- Bhabha had set up 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 emphasised 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.