Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Training Schools, Mumbai
About Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Training Schools, Mumbai
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.
Dr. Bhabha was an astute scientist and committed engineer, a dedicated architect, a meticulous planner and a perfect executive. An ardent follower of fine arts and music, he was a philanthropist too. The path to perfection paved by Dr. Bhabha has taken the Indian Atomic Energy Programme to one amongst the best in the world. The family members of the Department of Atomic Energy and also the whole country salute the great scientist of our country- Dr. Homi Bhabha and rededicate ourselves in the pursuit of perfection set forth by him through the coming years.
The Atomic Energy Establishment, Trombay (AEET) was formally dedicated to the nation by the then Prime Minister Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru on January 20, 1957. Later, Prime Minister Indira Gandhi renamed AEET as Bhabha Atomic Research Center (BARC) on January 22, 1967 as a fitting tribute to Dr. Homi Bhabha who died in an air crash on January 24, 1966. Atomic Energy Establishment, Trombay has already made its impressions in the world of science as one of the unique nuclear research institution where high quality research and development is taking place in the areas of nuclear reactor design and installation, fuel fabrication, chemical processing of depleted fuel and also acquired sufficient expertise in the development of radioisotope application techniques in medicine, agriculture and industries. Basic and advanced research investigations were in full progress in nuclear physics, spectroscopy, solid state physics, chemical and life sciences, reactor engineering, instrumentation, radiation safety and nuclear medicine etc.
In a nutshell, BARC provides a broad spectrum of scientific and technological activities extending from basic laboratory bench scale research to scaled up plant level operations and its functional domain covers all walks of science and technology � stretching from classical school of thoughts to the emerging novel fields of interest. The core mandate of this institution is to provide Research and Development support required to sustain one of the major peaceful applications of nuclear energy viz. power generation. This includes conceptualization of the programme, finalisation of the design of the reactor and the peripheral components, preparation of computer generated working models and their evaluation studies under simulated reactor running conditions, identification, selection and testing of materials and components for their risk analysis under extreme conditions of reactor operating environments, development and testing of new reactor fuel materials etc. Besides, BARC also extends its expertise to chemical processing of spent fuels, safe disposal of nuclear waste besides developing new isotope application techniques in industries, medicine, agriculture etc. Advanced frontline research in physical, chemical and biological sciences are intensely being pursued in BARC in order to give the nation a cutting edge in the fields of science and technology at the international levels. Thus, BARC is a multifaceted institution wherein the in house research findings were further translated into the development stage and finally through successful demonstration phase is taken for deployment in the respective fields. Advanced equipments and instruments, well set laboratories, vibrant ambience and availability of expertise from all fields of science and engineering are the unique features of BARC committed in taking the nation to the new horizons of knowledge and development.
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre,
Mumbai - 400 085
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre notifies admission to Diploma in Radiological Physics / Post-M.SC Programme for 2014 session. Homi Bhabha National Institute (HBNI) (a Deemed University)‚ Mumbai for Diploma in Radiological Physics (Dip. R.P) / 1 year Post M.Sc Programme for 2014 session.
Government of India
DEPARTMENT OF ATOMIC ENERGY(DAE)
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Training Schools (OCES/DGFS-2012)
Engineering application process has now started.
Please visit the website http://www.barconlineexam.in to apply online.
Last date for application in Engineering disciplines is March 31, 2012
Invites Engineering Graduates and Science Post-Graduates
Who like challenges in frontline science and technology,
Who like to be part of expanding programme of nuclear reactors, accelerators and fuel cycle technologies,
Diploma in Radiological Physics (DIP RP)
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre
BARC invites applications for the following training courses being conducted under the aegis of Homi Bhabha National Institute (HBNI) which is deemed to be University
Diploma in Radiological Physics (DIP RP)
Duration of Course: 1 Year
No. of Seats: Non Sponsored 25, Sponsored 5
Essential Qualification: Masters Degree in Physics with minimum 60% marks (aggregate) in both B.Sc and M.Sc in case of grade system, grade to percentage of marks conversion scheme obtained from University should be submitted
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC)
OCES-2011 and DGFS-2011
Invites Engineering Graduates and Science Post-Graduates for OCES-2011 and DGFS-2011
1. One-year Orientation Course for Engineering Graduates and Science Post-Graduates for the year 2011-2012(OCES-2011) conducted at BARC Training Schools
2. Two-year DAE Graduate Fellowship Scheme for Engineering Graduates and Physics Post-Graduates for the term beginning in 2011 (DGFS-2011).
Eligible Disciplines and their Codes:
Mechanical - 21
Chemical - 22
Metallurgy - 23
Electrical - 24
Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra
Exam date Feb 27, 2011Last application date:Jan 21, 2011
Placements at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Training Schools, Mumbai
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