DIPLOMA IN RADIATION MEDICINE (DRM) DIPLOMA IN MEDICAL RADIOISOTOPE TECHNIQUES (DMRIT)




BHABHA ATOMIC RESEARCH CENTRE
The Radiation Medicine Centre of Bhabha Atomic Research Centre invites applications for undergoing the following two / one year post-graduate courses under the aegis of Homi Bhabha National Institute (HBNI) (a Deemed University), Mumbai.

COURSE NO. I: DIPLOMA IN RADIATION MEDICINE (DRM)
This course equips candidates for working in Nuclear Medicine Centres. The training comprises a full time schedule of lectures, demonstrations, practicals, apprentice programmes and clinics. Examinations will be conducted by the Homi Bhabha National Institute (HBNI), Mumbai. Candidates should not hold any other job during the period of training, or join any other training programme.

DURATION OF TRAINING : Two Academic Years (2009-2011).

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION : M.B.B.S. Degree including internship of an MCI recognized University. One house post in Medicine is essential from a Hospital recognised by the MCI. Candidates having post-graduate medical qualification may also apply. Candidates sponsored by Medical Institutions with immediate prospect of post training employment will compete for 1 (one) seat.
NOTE: Sponsored candidates should furnish an employment certificate from the Head of Institution stating that their salary will be paid during the training period.

COMMON ENTRANCE TEST (CET) : Admission criteria will be a CET (Common Entrance Test) of 150 questions with negative marking for incorrect answers. The CET will be based on Multiple Choice Questions and will have 150 questions at the III MBBS level. Fields covered will be Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology, Internal Medicine (Cardiology, Pediatrics, Oncology), Infectious diseases, Neurology, Nephrology, Endocrinology and Recent Advances in Medicine. Minimum marks to qualify will be 50%. A Merit List of qualifying candidates will be made and will be selected in order of merit only. The CET will be held in BARC, Trombay, Mumbai.

COURSE NO. II : DIPLOMA IN MEDICAL RADIOISOTOPE TECHNIQUES (DMRIT)
This course equips candidates for working in Nuclear Medicine Centres. The training will comprise of a full time schedule of lectures, demonstrations, practicals and apprentice programmes. Examinations will be conducted by the Homi Bhabha National Institute (HBNI), Mumbai. Candidates should not hold any other job during the period of training, or join any other training programme.

DURATION OF TRAINING : One Academic Year (2009-2010)

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION : B.Sc. Degree with 60% and above marks on aggregate of science subjects of a recognised University with Chemistry, Physics, Life Sciences, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Biophysics, B.Sc. (Nuclear Medicine Technology) or B.Sc. (Medical Radiological Technology). Those having M.Sc. degree may also apply, but they will not have any preference in selection.
NOTE: Candidates sponsored by Institutions with immediate prospect of post training employment can apply if they have 55% aggregate marks in B.Sc. in the field mentioned above. They should furnish an employment certificate from the Head of Institution stating that their salary will be paid during the training period and that they will be employed suitably following successful completion of training.

COMMON ENTRANCE TEST (CET) : Admission criteria will be a CET (Common Entrance Test) of 150 questions with negative marking for incorrect answers. The CET will be based on Multiple Choice Questions and will have 150 questions. The CET syllabus will be drawn from Science Subjects of Standard XII or equivalent. Minimum marks to qualify will be 50%. A Merit List of qualifying candidates will be made and will be selected in order of merit only. The CET will be held in BARC, Trombay, Mumbai.

HOW TO APPLY:
1. Single copy of the application type written on thick foolscap paper (Size: 34 cm x 22 cm) should be submitted as per proforma given below and envelope should be superscribed “D.R.M./D.M.R.I.T. Common Entrance Test".
2. PHOTOGRAPH : Two clear front face photographs (passport size) with light background. One should be pasted on the top right hand corner of the application and the other, with name of the applicant written in block letters on the reverse, should be enclosed.
3. ENVELOPE : Attach a self addressed envelope (Size: 200 mm x 110 mm) alongwith the application, for the Common Entrance Test Admission Card.
4. COPIES OF CERTIFICATES : Attested copies of M.B.B.S. degree certificate & mark sheet should be enclosed for DRM and attested copies of B.Sc. Degree (Convocation) Certificate & Marklist alongwith marksheet of Higher Secondary (XII Std.) for DMRIT.
5. NOTE : Persons working under the Central / State Government / Public Sector Undertaking should submit their applications through proper channel. They may however, send advance copy. Applications which are not in the prescribed form or are not accompanied by attested copies of certificates, photographs and self-addressed envelope of the prescribed size are liable to be rejected.

Completed applications, should reach DEPUTY ESTABLISHMENT OFFICER (R-II), BHABHA ATOMIC RESEARCH CENTRE, TROMBAY, MUMBAI 400 085 on or before 3rd April, 2009.

Refer website http://www.barc.gov.in/webpages/recruitment/ for further details


Reference: http://www.barc.ernet.in/


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