BARC Training Courses | Admissions Open for HOSPITAL RADIOPHARMACY/NUCLEAR MEDICINE/MEDICAL RADIOISOTOPE TECHNIQUES ~ helpBIOTECH

01 November 2019

BARC Training Courses | Admissions Open for HOSPITAL RADIOPHARMACY/NUCLEAR MEDICINE/MEDICAL RADIOISOTOPE TECHNIQUES


GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 
BHABHA ATOMIC RESEARCH CENTRE 
(A constituent Institution of HBNI) 

ADVERTISEMENT NO. 4/2019(R-V) 

Last date for receipt of Application : 12/11/2019 

The Radiation Medicine Centre of Bhabha Atomic Research Centre invites applications for undergoing the following courses under the aegis of Homi Bhabha National Institute (HBNI), a Deemed to be University, Mumbai. 

COURSE (1): M.Sc.(HOSPITAL RADIOPHARMACY) 

1. INTRODUCTION: This course equips candidates for working as Radiopharmacist / Faculty in Nuclear Medicine Centres. The course will comprise of a full-time schedule of lectures, demonstration, practicals and apprenticeship programmes. Candidates should not hold any other job during the course, or join any other programme. 

2. DURATION OF THE COURSE: Two Academic Years (2019-2021). This programme shall be of two academic years duration consisting of four semesters. There will be examination at the end of every semester. 

3. REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION: B.Sc. with Chemistry as one of the subjects and Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics / Biology as subjects in the H.S.C. level. OR B.Pharm. from a recognised University. Candidates should have scored a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in Science Subjects at B.Sc./ B.Pharm level. 

4. AGE LIMIT: Not more than 35 years as on 1st May 2019. The upper age limit can be relaxed in the case of SC/ST (5 Years), OBC (3 Years), PWD category (10 Years) and Sponsored candidates (10 Years). The candidates with physical disabilities limited to the lower extremities, but permitting to stand and move and physically able to carry out the course requirements only, will be considered. 

5. NUMBER OF SEATS: Maximum 5 (Five) (3 Non-sponsored and 2 Sponsored). Number of seats indicated are provisional and subject to variation. 

COURSE (2): M.Sc.(NUCLEAR MEDICINE AND MOLECULAR IMAGING TECHNOLOGY) 

1. INTRODUCTION: This course equips candidates for working as Nuclear Medicine Technologists / Faculty in Nuclear Medicine Centres / Teaching institutes. The course will comprise of a full-time schedule of lectures, demonstration, practicals and apprenticeship programmes. Candidates should not hold any other job during the course, or join any other programme. 

2. DURATION OF THE COURSE: Two Academic Years (2019-2021). This programme shall be of two academic years duration consisting of four semesters. There will be examination at the end of every semester. 

3. REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION: B.Sc. with Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics from a recognised University OR B.Sc. in Life Sciences with Physics as a subject from a recognised University OR B.Sc. in Nuclear Medicine from a recognised University OR B.Sc. in allied / related subject i.e. Radiodiagnosis(MRT) / Radiotherapy from a recognised University. Candidates should have scored a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in Science Subjects at B.Sc. level. 

4. AGE LIMIT: Not more than 35 years as on 1st May 2019. Upper age limit can be relaxed in the case of SC/ST (5 Years), OBC (3 Years), PWD category (10 Years) and Sponsored candidates (10 Years). The candidates with physical disabilities limited to the lower extremities but permitting to stand and move and physically able to carry out the course requirements only, will be considered. 

5. NUMBER OF SEATS: Maximum 10 (Ten) (5-Non-sponsored and 5-Sponsored). Number of seats indicated are provisional and subject to variation. 

COURSE (3): DIPLOMA IN MEDICAL RADIOISOTOPE TECHNIQUES (DMRIT)

1. INTRODUCTION: This course equips candidates for working as Nuclear Medicine Technologists in Nuclear Medicine Centres. The course will comprise of a full-time schedule of lectures, demonstration, practicals and apprenticeship programmes. Candidates should not hold any other job during the course, or join any other programme. 

2. DURATION OF THE COURSE: One Academic Year (2019-2020). This programme shall be of one academic year duration consisting of two semesters. There will be examination at the end of every semester. 

3. REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION: B.Sc. with Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics from a recognised University OR B.Sc. in Life Sciences with Physics as a subject from a recognised University OR B.Sc. in Nuclear Medicine from a recognised University OR B.Sc. in allied / related subject i.e. Radiodiagnosis (MRT) / Radiotherapy from a recognised University. Candidates should have scored a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in Science Subjects at the B.Sc. level. 

4. AGE LIMIT: Not more than 35 years as on 1st May 2019. Upper age limit can be relaxed in the case of SC/ST (5 Years), OBC (3 Years), PWD category (10 Years) and Sponsored candidates (10 Years). The candidates with physical disabilities limited to the lower extremities but permitting to stand and move and physically able to carry out the course requirements only, will be considered. 

5. NUMBER OF SEATS: Maximum 5 (Five) (3 Non-sponsored and 2 Sponsored). Number of seats indicated are provisional and subject to variation. 

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