BARC Recruitment 2021 Exam is a golden opportunity for Engineering and Science graduates. Bhabha Atomic Research Centre is a highly reputed research centre that provides excellent career opportunities in Nuclear Science and Engineering & Technology.
Both men and women are eligible to apply for this exam. The candidates will be selected on the basis of an Interview for BARC Medical/ Scientific Officer and Technical Officer.
The performance of the aspirants in the GATE Exam will also be considered while shortlisting them. Shortlisted candidates will be trained at different schools of BARC situated in different locations.
Before knowing the detailed information about BARC 2021 exam, check the important dates of BARC 2020
|Application Form Release date||January 6, 2020|
|Last date to apply for BARC||February 5, 2020|
|BARC 2020 Admit Card Release Date||February 24, 2020|
|Commencement of exam||March 14, 2020|
|Conclusion of exam||March 18, 2020|
|Results of Online Test||To be Announced soon|
|Interview Rounds Commencement||To be Announced soon|
|Declaration of Final Result||To be Announced soon|
|Name of Exam||BARC Recruitment 2021|
|The Conducting Body||Bhabha Atomic Research Centre|
|Posts||Medical/Scientific Officer and Technical Officer|
|Job Location||Across India|
|Payscale||INR 67,700 - 56,100/-|
|Application Fees||General /OBC - INR 500/-
SC/ST/Female/PH - Exempted
All candidates who are applying for BARC 2020 must be citizens of India. There are other eligibility criteria as well which will be specified by the authorities as follows:
Note - Age Relaxation will be applicable as per Govt. norms.
The steps to apply for BARC Group A Recruitment 2020 is given below:
Part I: Registration
Part II: Log In
BARC 2021 Admit Card will be released on the official website of the Bhabha Atomic Research Center 10 -15 days before the exam date. The BARC Exam 2020 is specially conducted for the recruitment of Medical/Scientific Officer and Technical Officer.
Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) invites application through online mode for recruitment of Trainee Scientific Officer (TSO) for the 2020-21 academic session of BARC Training School through their separate Online Examination or GATE 2020/2019 score for Engineering and Science stream.
Along with the Admit card, candidates are required to bring other documents such as A valid photo ID proof (e.g. Passport, Driving License, Aadhar, Voter ID Card, ID Card issued by the Candidate's college), Original 10th Mark sheet (or equivalent) and Category Certificate of the relevant categories for the screening test and Interview.
BARC Exam will follow a similar examination pattern as of GATE 2020 exam. Here we list some important points related to the BARC Exam Pattern.
Online Examination will be conducted in March 2020 in each of the nine Engineering disciplines and five Science disciplines in more than forty cities spread across India.
Travel Allowance is not paid for appearing in it.
Candidates who register for the Online Examination will be able to choose their examination centres as well as the date and time of the session in which they wish to appear for the Online Examination, subject to availability. Allocation of the slot to candidates for taking the Online Examination will be done on a first-come, first-served basis.
Applicants shortlisted for the Interview process based on a valid GATE 2020 score in the applicable GATE subject. Applicants with a degree in ‘Nuclear Engineering’ will be screened only based on Online Examination to be conducted in March 2020.
Selection Interviews of short-listed candidates will be conducted in Mumbai (in all disciplines except Geology and Geophysics) and Hyderabad (in Geology and Geophysics). Outstation applicants will be paid two-way second-class sleeper train fare, from their registered residential address, by shortest route or actual fare whichever is less. Probable period of Selection Interviews is during May-June, 2020. The Final selection will be based on the performance in the Interview.
The candidates who will be shortlisted after the screening test will be called for the Interview. After selection candidates should book their interview slot by logging to their account. The selected candidates called for an interview at the board specified location. The final list of Selected candidates for OCES/DGFS – 2021 (Scientific Officer) will be released shortly after the online screening test and interview.
Thousands of candidates appeared for the BARC exam but some of them are shortlisted for the interview process based on BARC Scientific Officer Cutoff. The results will be declared in the form of a merit list. Candidates can also see their scorecards by logging into their accounts.
The candidates who will be appointed to join the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre as a Medical/Scientific Officer and Technical Officer will be given the following salary depending upon the post.
|Name of the Post||Pay Level||Salary|
|Medical/ Scientific Officer-D||11||INR 67700 + NPA|
|Medical /Scientific Officer-C||10||INR 56100 + NPA|
|Technical Officer-C||10||INR 56100/-|
With the handsome amount of salary, the appointed officers are entitled to other perks of the posts such as enthusiastic working atmosphere, promotion for technical/scientific higher grades which are covered under the Merit Promotion Scheme of DAE, healthcare benefits, attractive performance-related incentive and attractive professional update allowance. Therefore, if you are a BARC 2021 aspirant, start your preparation today.
Ques. What is the BARC exam for?
Ans. BARC Exam is one of the biggest opportunities for candidates aspiring for a job in the public sector as well as related to the research field offered by the Central Government of India.
Ques. Is GATE compulsory for the BARC 2021 Exam?
Ans. A valid GATE score is required by the organization in the same engineering discipline as the qualifying degree discipline. Candidates whose final results are awaited are also eligible to apply.
Ques. Does the BARC recruit every year?
Ans. The Bhabha Atomic Research Centre recruits graduate engineers every year however the number of vacancies may differ.
Ques. Has the BARC 2020 Exam been postponed?
Ans. The Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) has postponed BARC OCES/DGFS 2020 Exam Result due to coronavirus outbreak without any further notification.
Ques. What is the difference between OCES and DGFS?
Ans. OCES stands for ‘Orientation Course for Engineers and Scientists’. All the selected candidates, who wish to join various units of ‘Department of Atomic Energy (DAE)’ through ‘BARC Training Schools’ selection process, will have to successfully complete this training programme.
On the other hand, DGFS stands for ‘DAE Graduate Fellowship Scheme’. All the selected candidates, who secure M.Tech. admission in select institutes on their own (based on valid GATE score) in specializations as specified in the advertisement and also secure admission for the OCES courses stand qualified for the DGFS fellowship.
Ques. I am an engineering discipline candidate. I do not have the GATE score. Can I apply?
Ans. Yes, you can apply for the written examination. Please do not enter any GATE parameter in the online application form.
Ques, What is the GATE score?
Ans. GATE is one of the most famous entrance exams in India for getting admission into PG programs at IITs, NITs and IIITs. GATE Score refers to the score which is calculated on the basis of the normalisation process. If the different papers for GATE have a different level of difficulties, the final score is derived using the normalisation process. In this process, the score is calculated out of 1000 as the total marks. Finally, based on the normalization formula, the final score is calculated for all the papers.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.