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Government of India Department of Atomic Energy

Government of India Department of Atomic Energy Recruitment and Promotion Guidelines in DAE for Scientific & Technical Personnel January 2010. PREFACE. The Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) is a broad based multidisciplinary organization engaged in the development and deployment of nuclear technology. DAE was formed in August 1954, and over the years has emerged as an integrated group of organizations where the chain of activities involving research, development, demonstration and deployment are carried out. The important programmes of the DAE are directed towards: Enhancing the share of nuclear power in the Power Sector by deployment of indigenous and other proven technologies, and to develop fast breeder reactors, as well as thorium based reactors with associated fuel cycle facilities;. Building and operating of research reactors for the production of radioisotopes, building other sources of radiation such as accelerators and lasers, and developing and deploying radiation technology applications in the fields of medicine, agriculture, industry and basic research.

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1 Government of India Department of Atomic Energy Recruitment and Promotion Guidelines in DAE for Scientific & Technical Personnel January 2010. PREFACE. The Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) is a broad based multidisciplinary organization engaged in the development and deployment of nuclear technology. DAE was formed in August 1954, and over the years has emerged as an integrated group of organizations where the chain of activities involving research, development, demonstration and deployment are carried out. The important programmes of the DAE are directed towards: Enhancing the share of nuclear power in the Power Sector by deployment of indigenous and other proven technologies, and to develop fast breeder reactors, as well as thorium based reactors with associated fuel cycle facilities;. Building and operating of research reactors for the production of radioisotopes, building other sources of radiation such as accelerators and lasers, and developing and deploying radiation technology applications in the fields of medicine, agriculture, industry and basic research.

2 Developing advanced technologies such as accelerators, lasers, supercomputers, robotics, areas related to Fusion research, strategic materials and instrumentation, and encouraging the transfer of technology to industry. Carrying out and supporting basic research in nuclear Energy and related frontier areas of science; interaction with universities and academic institutions; support to research and development projects having a bearing on DAE's programmes, and international cooperation in related advanced areas of research and contribution to national security. For effectively carrying out the above activities, the DAE has given due attention to the development of human resources. Accordingly, recruitment and promotion systems have been formulated for its personnel in Scientific and Technical categories. These systems have evolved over a period of time to meet the needs of the organization.

3 The recruitment and pro motion systems described in this document are as per the prevailing practice followed, however, these are liable to change as and when revisions in those guidelines are undertaken. Being a scientific organization working in the advanced field of science and technology, DAE has followed a comprehensive policy to develop competent scientists, engineers and technical personnel to support its programmes. The recruitment of scientific and technical staff is generally carried out through well-formulated specific need based training schemes. The necessity for trained scientific and technical personnel was realized by the founder father of Atomic Energy programme in India , Dr. Homi J. Bhabha in the 50's and a Training School was set up in 1957. To meet the growing needs for scientific manpower for the expanding Atomic Energy programme, additional BARC training schools have also been established at Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology (RRCAT), Indore; Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR), Kalpakkam; Nuclear Fuel Complex (NFC), Hyderabad; and five centers of Nuclear Power Corporation India Limited (Rawatbhata, Kalpakkam, Kudankulam, Tarapur and Kaiga).

4 Over the last fifty two years (1957-2009), about 8000 scientists / engineers in various disciplines have been trained in Nuclear Science and Engineering in the Training Schools. At present, about 300 scientists and engineers are trained every year in Nuclear Science and Technology in all these Training School Centres of DAE and absorbed in various units of DAE on successful completion of the training. In order to strengthen the academic base of DAE research program, Homi Bhabha National Institute (HBNI), a deemed University, has been established in DAE in August 2006. A scheme called DAE Graduate Fellowship Scheme (DGFS) is also being operated in collaboration with select Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), wherein some of the graduate engineers selected through Training School undergo two-years programme in these IITs and are absorbed in DAE after successful completion of the programme.

5 They also study nuclear engineering for one semester at BARC Training School after joining the Department . This has also strengthened the linkage between the DAE and various Indian Institutes of Technology. In addition, candidates having in basic sciences or engineering are inducted as KS Krishnan Associates', and after working for a period of one to two years in the organization, are screened in for absorption in DAE subject to their performance during the period of associateship and are then selected based on their performance in the interview. To cater to the need of technical staff, Graduates in science and diploma holders in engineering are recruited through a one-year Stipendiary training scheme (Category-I). They are absorbed as Scientific Assistant-B after successful completion of the training in the various facilities of DAE. Similarly, candidates having qualification of HSC (science) or SSC.

6 Followed by ITI certificate are also recruited under Two-years Stipendiary Training Scheme (Category-II) and they are absorbed as Technicians after successful completion of the training in the various facilities of DAE. All recruitments and promotions are carried out finally by a Standing Selection Committee constituted by Competent Authority for various categories / posts / grades. Whenever large numbers of candidates are to be interviewed for recruitment, the Competent Authority may constitute special ad-hoc committees. Chairman, Trombay Council is the Competent Authority in case of Bhabha Atomic Research Centre and for all other DAE Units the Head of the concerned Unit with the concurrence of Secretary, DAE is the Competent Authority. Reservation orders of Govt. of India in respect of candidates belonging to SC / ST /. OBC / Physically handicapped as applicable to DAE are followed in recruitment and promotion This document summarises the recruitment and promotion system of all categories of scientific and technical personnel deployed in DAE.

7 RECRUITMENT AND PROMOTION GUIDELINES IN DAE FOR SCIENTIFIC. & TECHNICAL STAFF. CONTENTS. Page No. 1. Introduction 1. 2. Scientific and Technical Personnel 1. Recruitment 1. Tables I to VII & F1 to F6 4-17. Table Page Posts Category No. No. I SO(C) / TO(C) to SO (E) / Scientists / Engineers / Doctors 4. TO(E). I TO (C) Translators/ Safety Officers / 5. Radiological Physicists SO (F) Medical Administrator II SA (C) to TO (E) PG in Medical Social Service / PG in 6. Physiotherapy III SA (B) to SA(F) Scientific Assistant / Librarian / 7. Medical Lab Technician /. Physiotherapist / Radiographist IV Technician B' to Sr. Boiler Attendant 8. Technician H'. V Technician B' to Sr. Technicians 9. Technician H'. VI Nurse A' to Nurse D' Nurse / Male Nurse 10. VII Pharm B' to Pharm E' Pharmacist 10. F1 Fireman A' to Fireman Fireman 11. C'. F2 L-Fireman A' to L- Leading Fireman 12.

8 Fireman B'. F3 DCO A' to DCO C' Driver-cum-Operator 13. F4 Sub Officer A' to Sub Sub Officer 14. Officer C'. F5 Station Officer A' to Station Officer 15-16. Station Officer B'. F6 DCFO A' to CFO B' Dy. Chief Fire Officer / Fire Officer 17. List of Trades Annexure I 18. Promotion 19. Tables IAP to IXBP & FI(A)P TO FVP 24-39. Table Page Grades Category No. No. IAP SO(SB) to SO (H) Scientists / Engineers / Doctors 24. IBP TO(B) to TO(H) Technical Officers 25. IIP SO(B) to SO(G) / / Science 26. / Diploma Engineering IIIP SA (B) to SA(G) Scientific Assistant / Librarian 27. IVP Chargehand to Foreman E' Supervisor 28. VP Technician (D) to Tech. Draughtsman 29. Supervisor B (Drg.). VIP Technician A' to Tech. Technician 30. Supervisor B. VIIP Supervisor A'(CM) / SA (B) Supervisors (CM) / Supervisor 32. Cat. to Supervisor D'(CM) / (Catering). SA (D) Cat. VIIIP Sister-in-Charge A' to Sister-in-Charge / Asstt.

9 Matron / 33. Sister-in-Charge B' Matron IXAP Nurse A' to Nurse D' Nurse / Male Nurse 34. IXBP Pharm B' to Pharm F' Pharmacist 34. FI(A)P Fireman A' to Fireman E' Fireman 35. FI(A)P L-Fireman A' to L-Fireman Leading Fireman 35. D'. FI(B)P DCO A' to DCO D' Driver-cum-Operator 36. FIIP Sub Officer A' to Sub Sub Officer 37. Officer D'. FIIIP Station Officer A' to Station Station Officer 38. Officer C'. FIVP DCFO A' to CFO B' Dy. Chief Fire Officer / Chief 38. Fire Officer FVP TO(C) to TO(E) / CFO B' Technical Officer (Fire) / Chief 39. Fire Officer Atomic Energy . COMMISSION. DAE SCIENCE Atomic Energy . RESEARCH COUNCIL REGULATORY BOARD. Department OF Atomic Energy . R&D ORGANISATIONS PUBLIC SECTOR INDUSTRIAL SERVICE. UNDERTAKINGS FACILITIES ORGANISATIONS. Bhabha Atomic Research Nuclear Power Corp. of Centre, Mumbai India Ltd., Mumbai Heavy Water Board, Directorate of Purchase Mumbai & Stores, Mumbai Indira Gandhi Centre for Indian Rare Earths Ltd.

10 , Atomic Research, Mumbai Kalpakkam Nuclear Fuel Complex, Directorate of Raja Ramanna Centre for Uranium Corp. of India Hyderabad Construction, Services &. Advanced Technology, Ltd., Jaduguda Estate Management, Indore Mumbai Electronics Corp. of India Variable Energy Cyclotron Ltd., Hyderabad Centre, Kolkata Board of Radiation &. Isotope Technology, General Services Atomic Minerals Directorate Bharatiya Nabhikiya Mumbai Organisation, Kalpakkam for Exploration & Research, Vidyut Nigam Ltd. Hyderabad Homi Bhabha National Institute Board of Research in Nuclear Sciences, GRANT-IN-AID INSTITUTIONS. National Board of Higher Mathematics Tata Institute of Fundamental Institute of Physics, Harish-Chandra Research Institute, Research, Mumbai Bhubaneshwar Allahabad Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Tata Memorial Centre, Chennai Mumbai Institute for Plasma Research, Ahmedabad Atomic Energy Education Society, Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Mumbai Kolkata RECRUITMENT AND PROMOTION GUIDELINES IN Department OF.


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