Last Date:16 Sep,2019
National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL)
NAL Bangalore is inviting eligible candidates to apply online for 11 posts of Principal Scientist and Senior Principal Scientist.Interested and Eligible Candidates may apply online by 16-09-2019 , after making sure that they meet the concerned eligibility criteria. Candidates should also send print of online application along with photocopies of related documents to given address latest by 25-09-2019. All personal and educational details must be mentioned properly.
Name of the post – Principal Scientist and Senior Principal Scientist
No of post – 11
Pay Scale – Rs 175000,Rs 186000
Ph.D (Engineering) in Mechanical / Aerospace / Aeronautical/ Electronics & Communication / Electrical / Computer Science / I.T/ Production / Industrial or equivalent and min 3 yrs experience.
General Conditions:delhi sarkari naukri
- These positions are open only to Indian Nationals/Overseas citizens of India.
- The appointment will be in the CSIR National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL), Bengaluru, under the Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) which is an Autonomous Body. However,the appointees are liable to be posted in any of the Labs/Institutes of CSIR situated anywhere in India as and when required.
- A Non-refundable application fee of Rs.100/- (Rupees One Hundred only) is payable separately for each post (candidates belonging to SC/ST/PWD, Women and regular employees of CSIR are exempted from payment of application fee) in the form of Online payment.
- Candidates applying for more than one post should submit separate online application form for each post indicating the category and post code along with the prescribed application fee and copies of all marks cards, certificates and testimonials separately for each post.
- The period of experience in a discipline/area of work, where prescribed, shall be counted with effect from the date of acquiring the prescribed minimum educational qualifications for the post.
- In respect of equivalent clause in educational qualifications, if a candidate is claiming a particular qualification as equivalent as per the requirement of the advertisement, then the candidate is required to produce order/letter in this regard, indicating the authority (with number and date) under which it has been so treated. Otherwise, the application is liable to be rejected.
- If any document/certificate furnished is in a language other than Hindi or English, a transcript of the same duly attested by a Gazetted Officer or Notary is to be submitted.
- Application from the candidates working in CSIR, Govt. Departments and Public Sector Undertakings will be considered only if forwarded through proper channel within 15 days from the closing date prescribed for receipt of online applications and with a clear certificate that the applicant will be relieved within one month of receipt of appointment order, if selected.
- In case a shortlisted candidate is staying abroad, his/her candidature may be considered in absentia by the Selection Committee on his/her written request.
- The application once made will not be allowed to be withdrawn and fees once paid will not be refunded on any count nor can it be held in reserve for any other recruitment or selection process.
- Incomplete applications (i.e., without photograph, unsigned or without application fee, applicable testimonials, etc.) will not be entertained and will be summarily rejected.
- Online Electronics Application Form not uploaded with (i) photograph of the applicant; (ii) Signature of the candidate (iii) prescribed application fee; (iv) Xerox copies of Marks Card / Certificates for all the semesters/years from degree level onwards; (v) Proof regarding date of birth & age and incomplete applications will be outrightly rejected.
- Mere fulfilling of minimum prescribed qualifications and experience will not vest any right in a candidate for being called for Test/Interview.
- Only outstation candidates (within India) called for Interview will be reimbursed Travelling Allowance (TA) as admissible under rules i.e. a single Second Class Railway Fare (by Mail or Express) each way from their normal place of residence or from the place of undertaking the journey, whichever is nearer to Bengaluru on production of proof of journey. For road journeys between stations not connected by rail, the actual bus fare or road mileage at the lowest rate as admissible under rules, will be reimbursed, on production of documentary proof (bus tickets) and provided that the distance covered by road is more than 20 kms each way.
- CSIR-NAL reserves the right not to fill up a particular post or all the posts, if it so desires. The number of vacancies indicated above may vary at the time of actual selection.
- The selected candidates will be on probation for a period of one year from the date of taking over charge of the post. The probationary period may be extended or curtailed at the discretion of the Competent Authority. After successful completion of probationary period, they will be considered for confirmation in accordance with the extant rules.
- The selected candidates will not be permitted to apply for appointment elsewhere or in CSIRNAL during the probationary period and if they have already applied for any posts in any other organization, they may have to intimate the details of such applications, immediately after joining the Laboratory.
- As the Screening/Shortlisting of applications will be done on the basis of information furnished through the Online application form by the applicants, it is necessary that only accurate, full and correct information is furnished by the applicants. Furnishing of wrong/false information will be a disqualification and CSIR-NAL will NOT be responsible for any of the consequences of furnishing such wrong/false information. Candidates may register online immediately on seeing the advertisement to avoid last day rush/disappointment.
- The decision of CSIR-NAL in all matters relating to eligibility, acceptance or rejection of applications, mode of selection, conduct of interview/written test will be final and no enquiry or correspondence will be entertained in this connection from any individual or agency on behalf of the candidate.
- Canvassing in any form and/or bringing in any influence political or otherwise will be treated as a disqualification for the post.
- National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL), is India’s first largest aerospace firm. It was established by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) at Delhi in 1959 and its headquarters was later moved to Bangalore in 1960. The firm closely operates with HAL, DRDO and ISRO and has the prime responsibility of developing civilian aircraft in India. The CSIR-NAL mandate is to develop aerospace technologies with strong science content, design and build small and medium-sized civil aircraft, and support all national aerospace programmes.
- NAL is a high technology oriented institution concentrating on advanced topics in the aerospace and related disciplines. Originally started as National Aeronautical Laboratory, it was renamed National Aerospace Laboratories to reflect its major involvement in the Indian space programme, its multidisciplinary activities and global positioning. It is India’s only civilian aerospace laboratory with a high level of competence and the expertise of its scientists is globally acknowledged.
- NAL employs a staff of about 2,500 with about 350 full-fledged R&D professionals. NAL is equipped with facilities such as the Nilakantan Wind tunnel Centre and a computerised fatigue test facility. NAL also has facilities for investigating failures and accidents in aerospace.
- The story of CSIR-NAL began on 1 June 1959, when the National Aeronautical Research Laboratory (NARL) was set up in Delhi, with Dr P Nilakantan as its first Director. Barely nine months later, in March 1960, it made its humble beginning by setting up its office in the stables of the Palace of Maharaja of Mysore on Jayamahal Road, Bangalore as National Aeronautical Laboratory(NAL). The first Executive Council was chaired by JRD Tata and was studded with luminaries such as Prof Satish Dhawan and the legendary designer Dr V M Ghatage. Originally started as National Aeronautical Laboratory, it was renamed National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) in April 1993 to reflect its growing involvement in the Indian space programme, its multidisciplinary activities and global position.
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