Heavy Water Board (HWB)
(Department of Atomic Energy, Govt. of India)
Notification: – Recruitment for Upper Division Clerk 2011
Applications are being invited in prescribed format from eligible candidates for filling the post of Upper Division Clerk by Heavy Water Board (HWB). The announcement made by HWB to fill the 18 posts of UDC. Interested persons may check the eligibility condition from below: –
|Name of post||No. of vacancies||Pay Scale||Educational Qualification|
|Upper Division Clerk (UDC)||18 (UR-12, OBC-04, SC-02)||Rs.5200-20200/- and Rs.2400 Grade pay||Graduate degree in any stream with 50% marks from recognized university|
Age limitations on 01.01.2011: – Candidates should not more than 27 yrs
Relaxation in age for the reserved category of the candidates is available as per govt. of India guidelines
Other Qualification: – Candidates should have knowledge of English typing with min. 30 wpm on computer and Knowledge of computer Date Entry is essential.
Selection Methodology: – Candidates will be selected after following steps, like: – Initial Screening followed by written examination and Interview of those candidates who qualify in written examination.
Written examination consists the paper of General English, General Knowledge and Mental Ability Test in arithmetic.
How to apply: – Candidates may apply in prescribed format of application form along with the attested documents claiming age proof, educational ability, exp., caste etc.
Application in complete in nature should be reach before 15.04.2011 at the address showing below: –
Administrative Officer – III
Heavy Water Plant Baroda
Post: – Fertilizernagrar
Dist; – Baroda 391750
Candidates may view full advertisment on the link below: –
Candidates may get further information on the official site, which is written below: –
About Board: –
Heavy Water Board is essential unit under Department of Atomic Energy, which has primary responsibility to produce Heavy water (D2 O). As we know it coolant which is used in atomic reactor. It is growing concern of the energy of modern time, so atomic energy is the option ahead of us. Currently there are six heavy water plant in India.