Career Opportunities in Department of Atomic Energy (DAE)

Guest Lecture on “Career Opportunities in Department of Atomic Energy (DAE)” was organized by Electronics &Telecommunication Engg. Department on 21st March, 2013 in Vivekanand Hall from 4.30PM to 5.30PM. The guests of the program were Dr. Archana Sharma (Head, Energetic and Pulsed Power Section, Accelerator & Pulse Power Division ) & Mrs. Chandraprabha Dewangan (Scientific Officer Grade-D) from Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai (Maharashtra), India. They are associated from past 30 years with the same organization. Approximately 400 students of final semester of E&Tc, EEE, E&I CSE, IT, Mech, Mex, and faculties of E&Tc.Deptt., attended the lecture. The programme commenced at 04:30PM by welcoming the eminent guests. The guest focused on Career Opportunities in Department of Atomic Energy.

Dr. Archana Sharma discussed about the atomic energy. She further discussed about the selection procedure (Core Knowledge-based Skills & Soft Skills), atomic centres in India, Research & Engineering Development in Civil, Electrical, Electronics, Computers, Mechanical, Cryogenics, Chemical, Control & Instrumentation, Robotics, and Material Science. For Design, Development, Engineering and Operations of Research Reactors, Fuel Fabrication, Reprocessing and Waste Management. Applications of Radioisotopes in Medicine, Agriculture and Industry; R&D in Frontier Areas of Physics, Chemistry and Life Sciences;
Mrs. Chandraprabha Dewangan discussed about the career opportunities in atomic energy; Manpower Requirements from Indian Universities, BARC Training School, eligible disciplines, Training Schools Programmes , Selection Process, Appointment. She discussed about the eligible disciplines, their codes and the selection process. The selection process includes two stages like the screening and interview. She also discussed about the total emoluments involved during the training and after joining. Her lecture continued with the Dr. K.S. Krishnan research associateship and the subjects followed with it. While concluding her lecture, she informed about the Challenging Problems: Independence in pursuing R&D Problems, Huge pool of technical knowledge base to bank upon, Good working environment, starting salary and growth prospects, Great township facilities- School, medical, extracurricular activities and Service to nation
The lecture completed around 5.30PM. Entire lecture was very beneficial, knowledgeable and full of motivation. At the end Mr. Mangal Singh (HoD; E&Tc. Deptt.), gave a vote of thank to Honourable guests.
The programme was Co-ordinated by Mr. Raj Kumar Sahu; Mr. Deepak Sharma, Mr. Maheedhar Dubey; Mrs. Neelam Dewangan & Mr. Leman Dewangan. We look forward to organize such lectures in future too as guest lecturers give better understanding of life to students & staff and update their knowledge. 
                 We would like to thanks the  CSIT Management & E&Tc. Department for organizing such a wonderful session and request that such inspiring lectures be organized more frequently.
Reported By: Maheedhar Dubey,  Assistant Professor (E&Tc.Deptt.)

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