BARC previous questions, syllabus and Exam pattern for All Branches

BARC previous questions, syllabus and Exam pattern for All Branches


About Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC):

BARC is a premier nuclear research Centre in India. BARC is a multi-disciplinary research center with extensive infrastructure for advanced research and development covering the entire spectrum of nuclear scienceengineering, and related fields. BARC's purpose is to sustain peaceful applications of nuclear energy, primarily for power generation. BARC operates a number of research reactors across the country.
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Training Schemes and Employment Description for Engineering & Science Disciplines:
BARC Training Schools provide two Training Schemes to deserving candidates ambitious of pursuing a rewarding career in Nuclear Science, Engineering, and Technology
A. who would relish challenges in frontier areas of Science & Technology,
B. who would like to be part of an expanding program of Nuclear Power / Research Reactors, Accelerators, and Nuclear Fuel Cycle Technologies, and
C. who would enjoy pursuing innovative research in frontier areas of Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Biosciences, Geology and Geophysics.

They are respectively called
Orientation Course for Engineering Graduates and Science Postgraduates (OCES) and
DAE Graduate Fellowship Scheme for Engineering Graduates and Physics Postgraduates (DGFS).

Eligible Engineering Streams are:

Mechanical
Chemical
Metallurgical
Electrical
Electronics
Computer Science
Instrumentation
Civil
Nuclear

Eligible Science Streams are:

Physics
Chemistry
Biosciences
Radiological Safety Engineering (RSE)
Geology
Geophysics

Selection Process:

Selection to OCES/DGFS – 2016 is a two-step process:
Screening to short-list candidates followed by Selection Interviews of the short-listed candidates.

There is a separate Selection Process for each of the disciplines
A. Screening for Selection Interviews is based on two alternative methods:
(a) On the basis of Online Test:
 Online Test will be conducted in March 2016 in each of the nine Engineering disciplines and five Science discipline in nearly forty cities spread across India.
Candidates who register for the Online Test will be able to choose their exam center as well as date and time of the session in which they wish to appear for the Online Test, subject to availability.
Allocation of the slot to candidates for taking the Online Test will be done on a first come, first served basis.

(b) On the basis of GATE score:
Candidates will be screened in for Selection Interview on the basis of a valid GATE- 2016 or GATE-2017 score in the applicable GATE subject.
Applicants with a degree in ‘Nuclear Engineering’ will be screened in only on the basis of Online Test.

Candidates may note the following:

1. At the time of application, candidates can choose any one or both of the above screening options. As the cutoff GATE scores for screening in to Selection Interviews will be finalized only after the conclusion of the Online Test, candidates are advised to maximize their chance of being screened in to the Selection Interview by availing both the Screening Channels (GATE score as well as Online Test) detailed above.
2. Candidates who opt for screening through Online Test should book an examination slot of their choice, subject to availability, by visiting this website. Alerts by email as well as SMS will be sent to all candidates who have opted for the Online Test on their registered email addresses and mobile numbers as well as announced on this website, prior to the commencement of the slot booking process. Examination slots will be allocated on first come, first served basis, subject to availability. Candidates are advised to visit this website regularly for updates regarding this.
3. The candidates who have opted for screening only on the basis of a GATE Score will not be permitted to book an examination slot for the Online Test.

Selection Interviews:

Selection Interviews of short-listed candidates will be conducted in Mumbai (in all disciplines except Geology and Geophysics) and Hyderabad (in Geology and Geophysics).
Outstation applicants will be paid two-way second-class sleeper train fare by shortest route or actual fare whichever is less. Probable period of Selection Interviews is during May-June, 2016.
Short-listed candidates will be able to choose an Interview slot based on availability.
Alerts by email as well as SMS will be sent to all candidates who have been short-listed for Selection Interview on their registered email addresses and mobile numbers as well as announced on this website, prior to the commencement of the Interview slot booking process.
Candidates are advised to visit this website regularly for updates regarding this.

Previous Paper:

BARC don’t disclose their question so no questions are available for preparing candidates.
As per RTI reply by BARC officials: Question papers are the intellectual property of this Centre, the disclosure of which would harm the competitive position of other candidates.
Hence exempt under Section 8(1)(d) of the RTI Act,2005.
See this RTI Reply by BARC officials:

Download PDF of BARC Previous Papers for Electronics:

BARC Syllabus and Exam Pattern:

Exam Pattern: Online
Total No of Questions:100
Time Allowed: 120 Minutes
Each question carry: 3 marks
Negative Marking: -1 mark
Expected Cut off: See Previous Year Cutoff
The level of Questions: GATE and IES/ESE MCQs.
Syllabus: Engineering discipline of your respective branch
Mathematics included in syllabus so prepare for GATE level mathematics
Avoid lengthy Gate questions
Some of the MCQs are direct from previous GATE paper

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