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The IGCAR is engaged in broad based multidisciplinary programme of scientific research and advanced engineering directed towards the development of Fast Breeder Reactor technology. You can find out all the details about IGCAR recruitment here.
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Trade Apprentices Vacancy
Post Name Trade Apprentices No. of Vacancy 300 Posts Educational Qualification Candidates Passed 10th stdandard examination under 10 2 system of education or its equivalent with ITI certificate in relevant trade of not less than two years. Age Limit Minimum Maximum age limit is 14 to 22 years As on 09.01.2017 Age Relaxation For OBC Candidates 3 years For SC ST Candidates 5 years Job Location Kalpakkam Tamilnadu Selection Process Selection will be made on Interview. How to Apply Interested candidates may online through the website http www.igcar.gov.in from 01.03.2018 to 15.03.2018 appear for Interview along with self-attested copy of relevant documents recent passport size photograph at the time of interview. Venue of Interview DAE Guest House, DAE Township, Kalpakkam 603102, Kancheepuram......
Canteen Attendant / Security Guard
Post Name Canteen Attendant
No. of Vacancy 13 Posts Post Name Security Guard
No. of Vacancy 02 Posts Educational Qualification For Canteen Attendant Candidate should have Matriculation or equivalent from a recognized Board or institution.
For Security Guard Candidate should have Pass in 10th Standard For Ex Servicemen, Ex-Police and Ex-Central Para Military Personnel, 10th std pass or equivalent certificate from Armed Forces. Age Limit For Canteen Attendant 18 to 25 year
For Security Guard 18 to 27 year Job Location Kalpakkam Tamilnadu Selection Process Selection will be made on written test physical standards test. How to Apply IGCAR Vacancy Interested candidates may apply Online through the website http www.igcar.gov.in from 08.11.2016 to 21.12.2016....
Government Job Stipendiary Trainee
Post Name Stipendiary Trainee
No. of Vacancy 09 Posts
Pay Scale Rs. 6200 - per month Eligibility Criteria for IGCAR Recruitment Educational Qualification Minimum 60 marks in aggregate in SSC or HSC, both with Science and Maths. Trade Certificate of not less than 1 year duration in respective trade.
Age Limit 18 to 22 years Job Location Kalpakkam Tamilnadu Selection Process Selection will be made on written test Trade Test. How to Apply IGCAR Vacancy Interested candidates may apply Online through the website http www.igcar.ernet.in from 20.06.2016 to 15.07.2016....
Gov Job For Scientific Officer
Post Name Technician No of Vacancy 10 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 5200-20200 - Grade Pay Rs. 2000 - Post Name Scientific Officer No of Vacancy 03 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 15600-39100 - Grade Pay Rs. 5400 - Post Name Scientific Assistant No of Vacancy 04 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 9300-34800 - Grade Pay Rs. 4200 - Post Name Nurse No of Vacancy 04 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 9300-34800 - Grade Pay Rs. 4600 - Educational Qualification For Technician Minimum 60 marks in 10th or 12th with Science and Maths Subjects ITI with relevant Trade. For Scientific Officer MBBS with one year experience. For Scientific Assistant B.Sc. in Optometry with 50 marks Diploma in Mechanical engineering with 60 marks with four years experience. For Nurse 12th Standard with Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery or B.Sc Nursing. or Nursing A Certificate......
Hiring For 108 Trade Apprentice
Job Details Post Name Trade Apprentice
No of Vacancy 108 Posts Educational Qualification Passes class 10th standard examination under 10 2 system of education or its equivalent. ITI Experience in relevent trade.
Age Limit 22 years...
The IGCAR (Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research) is one of India's premier nuclear research centres. The centre is engaged in a broad-based multidisciplinary programme of scientific research and advanced engineering directed towards the development of Fast Breeder Reactor technology. The Reactor Research Centre set up at Kalpakkam, India, 80 km south of Chennai in 1971 under the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) was renamed Indira Gandhi Center for Atomic Research (IGCAR) in 1985.
The Reactor Research Centre was established in 1971. The Central Workshop, Safety Research Laboratory and Materials Sciences Laboratory were constructed in 1975–1976. Soon, the Radio-Chemistry Lab, and Electronics and Instrumentation Lab were constructed.
The FBTR attained first criticality in October 1985. RRC was renamed as IGCAR the same year.
A few years later, in 1994, SQUID, ASIC and Diamond Anvil Cells were developed. In the same year, High-Power Physics and Engineering Experiments were undertaken in the FBTR.
In 1996, Kamini (reactor) reached criticality. State-of-the-art Neutronic Channels were commissioned for FBTR in 1999. A Boron-Enrichment Plant was commissioned in April 2001.
A BARC Training School was started in 2006. In 2009, FBTR was operated at a maximum power level of 18.6 MWt with 55 sub-assemblies for 1732 hours.
Reprocessing Development Laboratory was designed in early seventies and the commissioning of inactive facilities was carried out in 1976. The plutonium handling facilities were cleared for operation in 1980. The reprocessing of irradiated thorium rods which was carried out during the period 1989 to 1992 in the concrete shielded cells, was the first major radioactive operation. The U233 recovered during the operation was used in fabricating the fuel for the KAlpakkam MINI reactor (KAMINI). U233 was also useful for the fuel development programme for carrying out the Prototype Fast Breeder Reactor test fuel irradiation experiments in Fast Breeder Test Reactor. Apart from this, the operation aided in validating the equipment and design of system as well as the manpower training. Later a hot cell facility for reprocessing of Fast Breeder Test Reactor fuel was conceived which had the necessary features for delivering the product with all the uncertainties in the dissolution of irradiated fuel and process flowsheet. Added to this was the need for the deployment of the yet to be proven designs of centrifuge and centrifugal extractors without which the success of the PUREX process for fast reactor fuel reprocessing would be doubtful. With these minimal inputs, the hot cell facility, Lead Mini Cell (LMC)was created, which was later rechristened as CORAL (COmpact Reprocessing facility for Advanced fuels in Lead cells). Based on the dissolution experiments carried out on unirradiated single pellets and systematic studies related to the third phase formation, the flow sheet, prepared earlier for the oxide fuel was modified.