Last Date:30 Apr,2019
National Centre for Radio Astrophysics (NCRA)
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Name of the post – Scientific Assistant, Clerk and various
No of post – 05
Pay Scale – Rs 43380,Rs 27351,Rs 27351
B.Sc (Computer Science) or Diploma in Computer Engineering with min 60% marks and min 0-2 years experience/Graduate with min 50% marks and min 1 yrs experience/10th with ITI in Electronics/ Fitter with min 60% marks and 1-2 yrs experience.
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- The National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, Pune [NCRA] of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research [TIFR] (an autonomous institute of the Department of Atomic Energy of the Government of India) is an internationally reputed research institute. NCRA-TIFR has set up two radio telescopes, viz. Ooty Radio Telescope (ORT) in Ooty, Tamilnadu and the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (GMRT) in Khodad. The ORT is run by the Radio Astronomy Centre (RAC), Ooty. NCRA-TIFR is on the lookout for suitably qualified candidates for the following positions at RAC, Ooty:
- Scientific Assistant-B (Computers) [1 post,[Pay Level 6; Pay Stage 1; TME : 43380].
- B.Sc (Computer Science) or Diploma in Computer Engineering with minimum 60% marks. (b) Knowledge of use of personal computers and its applications.
- Minimum Experience: 0-2 years experience in a reputed organization.
- The candidate must attach a copy of the certificate issued by the Competent Authority in the prescribed format stating the nature and extent of disability.
- Providing assistance in installation and maintenance of computer, network equipment, network wiring including identification and rectification of simple hardware faults.
- Clerk(A) [1 Post,[Pay Level 3; Pay Stage 1; TME : 27351].
- Graduate with minimum 50% marks. (b) Knowledge of typing and use of personal computers and applications especially MS Office. (c) Candidates with better typing skills may be given preference.
- Minimum Experience: 1 year experience as Clerk in administrative matters and correspondence in a large and reputed organisation.
- Tradesman-B [Electronics) [1 Post. [Pay Level 3; Pay Stage 1; TME : 27351].
- 10th or equivalent (b) ITI (Electronics) with minimum 60% marks.
- Minimum Experience: Either (i) 2 years or (ii) NCTVT with 1 year experience in a reputed organization
Nature of job: Wiring and testing of Radio Frequency/Digital Electronics System.
- Tradesman-B (Fitter] [1 Post,[Pay Level 3; Pay Stage 1; TME : 27351].
- Either (i) 2 years or (ii) NCTVT with 1 year in reputed workshop or organization.
- Experience in fitment and installation of gear boxes and coupling alignments, Hydraulic equipment maintenance, etc.Knowledge of sheet metal/pipe development and structural fabrication will be an added advantage.
- To understand and carryout the works on our Radio Telescope and in workshop activities along with the available mechanical section technical staff.
- Tradesman-B (Computers/Electronics) [1 Post,[Pay Level 3; Pay Stage 1; TME : 27351].
- HQ mentioned is for present location. All the above posts are transferable within NCRA campuses i.e. Pune and Khodad. (2) Candidates will be required to work in shifts/ beyond office hours and on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, as per the exigencies of the Centre. (3) Candidates with BE/B.Tech. or higher technical degrees will be over qualified and will not be considered for the post at Sr. No.1. (4) Candidates with Diploma, BE/B.Tech. or higher technical degrees will not be considered for the post at Sr. Nos.2, 3, 4 & 5. (5) SC, ST and OBC certificate (wherever applicable) in the Government of India format. OBC candidates should submit a valid copy of the Non-creamy Layer certificate issued by competent authority in the Government of India format. The OBC Non-Creamy Layer Certificate in GOI format should be preferably for the current financial year on the date of closing of application or utmost not earlier than one year from the date of closing of application.
- Last date for receipt of the applications is 30th April 2019. Age, Qualification & experience will be reckoned as on 1st January 2019. TME: Total Monthly Emoluments, UR Unreserved, ST: Scheduled Tribe, OBC: Other Backward Caste, PWD: Persons With Disability, HH: Hearing Handicap.
- Candidates are encouraged to apply on-line at http://tinyurl.com/ncra2019. Those who cannot apply online, can submit hard copy in the prescribed format, in a sealed cover super-scribing the post applied for on the envelope to the Administrative Officer, NCRA-TIFR, Post Bag 3, Ganeshkhind, Pune University Campus, Pune 411007. Applications received online/by post after the last date will not be considered. For details such as advertisement, application format, experience etc., visit http: at http://tinyurl.com/ncra2019.
- The Centre has its roots in the Radio Astronomy Group of TIFR, set up in the early 1960s under the leadership of Prof. Govind Swarup. The group designed and built the Ooty Radio Telescope. In the early 80’s an ambitious plan for a new telescope was proposed – the Giant Meterwave Radio Telescope. Since the site chosen for this new telescope was close to Pune, a new home for the group was built in the scenic campus of Pune University. The radio astronomy group morphed into the National Centre for Radio Astrophysics around this time.
- In 1963, the young branch of astronomy, called `Radio Astronomy‘ got a kick start in India with the establishment of radio astronomy group at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai. The group was set up under the leadership of Dr. Govind Swarup who was invited by Dr. Homi Bhabha to return from the USA and join TIFR. Initially the group had just a few astronomers and engineers. But, today radio astronomy in India has become a major research activity in the domain of basic science, engaging almost a hundred astronomers and engineers and institutes in Pune and Bengaluru.
- The first Indian radio telescope was set up by TIFR in 1965 at Kalyan (near Mumbai), mainly for solar studies at meter wavelengths.
- Thereafter, in 1969 a “big break” came with the successful construction of a large cylindrical, steerable radio telescope of size 530 x 30 meter, installed on a 11 degree hill slope near Ooty in southern India. It operates at wavelength of 92 cm (327 MHz). Due to its unique, indigenous design and construction, the Ooty Radio Telescope (ORT) continues to be the largest steerable single antenna. ORT firmly placed India on the world map of radio astronomy, in early 1970s.
- The next major leap was the indigenous design and construction of the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (GMRT) at Khodad, 80 km north of Pune. GMRT went into routine operation in 2000. The Y-shaped array of 30 fully- steerable dish type antennas of 45 – meter diameter each, spread over a 25- km region, is presently the world’s largest radio telescope operating at meter wavelength. Both GMRT and ORT are operated by the National Centre of Radio Astrophysics (NCRA), an autonomous Centre of TIFR, located on the Pune University Campus. GMRT is being operated as an International facility and used intensively by astronomers from over 25 countries. GMRT is India’s premier research facility in basic science, and we are celebrating completion of 10 years of operations as a productive international observatory. At 50 years, radio astronomy has matured as a thrust area for basic research in India. Currently, the ORT and GMRT are undergoing major upgrades to preserve their International competitiveness.
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