Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology Job For Security Guard Group C, Non Gazetted for Indore Location
Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology
Chairman/MD/CEO : Shri Satish Chandra Joshi
Head Office : RRCAT, Indore, MP 452013
Education Requirement : 10th Pass
No of Vacancy : 19
Company - Raja Ramanna Centre For Advanced Technology
Location - Madhya Pradesh
No of Vacancy - 19
Salary - 2 Lakh To 3 Lakh
Posted On - 2019-06-10
Applications are invited from eligible Ex-Serviceman candidates for appointment to the post of Security Guard - "Group C, Non Gazetted" in Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology (RRCAT), Indore
- 10th Standard pass or equivalent certificate from Armed Forces
- Physical Standards: No deformity.
Minimum Height :
- General: 167 cms
- Candidates belonging to hill areas of Garhwal, Kumaon, Himachal Pradesh, Gorkhas, Dogras, Marathas, Kashmir Valley, Leh & Ladakh region of J&K, North Eastern States and Sikkim: 165 cms
- Candidates belonging to ST: 162.5 cms
|Category||Unexpanded (in cms)||Expanded (in cms)|
|Candidates belonging to hill areas of Garhwal, Kumaon, Himachal Pradesh, Gorkhas, Dogras, Marathas, Kashmir Valley, Leh & Ladakh region of J&K, North Eastern States and Sikkim||80||85|
- A person domiciled in Kashmir Division of Jammu Kashmir during the period from 1.1.1980 to 31.12.1989
- Children/Family members of those who died in the 1984 Riots: As per the extant Government orders.
- 100 Meter Run
- Long Jump
- Sit Ups
- Chin Ups
- Push Ups
- English Comprehension / English Grammar: 15 Marks
- General awareness (Objective Type): 30 Marks
- Analytical or Basic Maths (Objective Type): 30 Marks
Overview- Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced TechnologyRaja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology is a unit of Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India, engaged in R & D in non-nuclear front line research areas of Lasers, Particle Accelerators & related technologies. RRCAT was established by the Department of Atomic Energy, India to expand the activities carried out at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Mumbai, in two frontline areas of science and technology namely Lasers and Accelerators.
On February 19, 1984 the President of India, Gyani Zail Singh, laid the foundation stone of the centre. Construction of laboratories and houses began in May 1984. In June 1986, the first batch of scientists from BARC, Mumbai, moved to RRCAT and scientific activities were started. Since then, the centre has rapidly grown into a premier institute for research and development in lasers, accelerators and their applications.
The RRCAT campus is spread over a 760 hectare picturesque site on the outskirts of Indore city. The campus encompasses laboratories, staff housing colony and other basic amenities like school, sports facilities, shopping complex, gardens etc.
The Centre has indigenously designed, developed, and commissioned two synchrotron radiation sources: Indus-1 and Indus-2, serving as a national facility. Indus-1 is a 450 MeV, 100 mA electron storage ring emitting radiation from mid-IR to soft x-ray with a critical wavelength of ~61 Å. Indus-2 is a 2.5 GeV electron storage ring designed for the production of x-rays. Synchrotron radiation emitted from its bending magnets has broad spectrum covering soft and hard x-ray regions with a critical wavelength of ~2 Å. With its circumference of 172.5 m, and beam energy of 2.5 GeV, Indus-2 is presently the largest and the highest energy particle accelerator in the country.
The Centre is pursuing several other key accelerator activities viz. development of a high energy proton accelerator for a spallation neutron source, electron accelerators for food irradiation and industrial applications, free electron lasers (FEL) in terahertz (THz) and infra-red (IR) spectral region, superconducting and magnetic materials required for accelerators, development of advanced technologies such as superconducting radio-frequency (SCRF) cavities and cryomodules, high power radio-frequency (RF) generators, cryogenics, magnets, ultrahigh vacuum, precision fabrication and control instrumentation to support the various R&D programmes.
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