|Name of the Institution||Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (B.A.R.C), Mumbai|
|Courses offered||One Year Post M.Sc. Diploma Course in Radiological Physics awarded by the University of Mumbai, which qualifies the cadidates for employment as Medical Physicists / Radiological Safety Officers in medical and industrial institutions, handling radioisotopes and ionizing radiations.|
Candidates will be trained in the safe use of radiation and radioisotopes in medicine, industry, agriculture and research. The course contents covers radiation physics, radiation chemistry, radiation biology, electronics and instrumentation, statistics, computational methods, applications of radioisotopes in medicine, industry reasearch, agricultrue and radiation hazards evaluation and control. The training is supplemented by exhaustive experiments, demonstrations, visit to hospitals, industries and other divisions of BARC. The medium of instruciton is English.
|Admission Criteria||Masters degree in Physics with a minimum of 50% of marks. |
Candidates born on or after October 01, 1976 for General Category and on or after October 1, 1964 for sponsored category are only eligible to apply.
Candidates based on the percentage of marks obtained in their M.Sc. degree will be shortlisted and called for an interview at Mumbai. Selected candidates will be admitted to the course subject to their being found medically fit after a medical examination at our Hospital in Mumbai.
|Admission Criteria and Application details||Full details available at http://www.barc.ernet.in/webpages/recruitment/drp.html|
|Deadline||Last date for receipt of application is June 30, 2004. Course commences from October 2004|
|Scholarships||A stipend of Rs. 1500/- per month will be given to each trainee|
|Contact Address||Full details available at http://www.barc.ernet.in/webpages/recruitment/drp.html|
|Source||The New Indian Express, Monday, May 31, 2004, p2|