BARC Project Training & Work

BARC Project Training & Work

An amazing opportunity for biosciences candidates who want to carry out Practical Training / Project Work activities at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) in the year 2019. Candidates can check out their eligibility to apply for the same and follw the procedure given below:

Carrying out Practical Training/Project Work in BARC as a part of academic curriculum

Practical Training/Project Work opportunities in BARC for Science and Engineering graduate/postgraduate students

Bhabha Atomic Research Centre is a multidisciplinary organisation and a national laboratory with a prime motive to support the nuclear programme in the country. It extends its expertise to provide great opportunities for research and impart training to students/fellows from academic institutions in order to encourage the growth of scientific/technological research in the country.

Meritorious bonafide students are encouraged to apply for undertaking Practical Training/Project Work in BARC, as a part of their academic curriculum, in various engineering disciplines (namely Mechanical, Chemical, Civil, Metallurgy, Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation, Computer) and basic sciences (namely Physics, Chemistry, Bioscience) for duration of not less than one month. Such opportunities are provided to students on an on an availability basis.

No accommodation is offered in the BARC Training School Hostel or Guest House to any student selected for undertaking practical training/project work.

The following are eligible categories of students who can be accepted for practical training/project work at BARC:

Degree Eligibility Criteria
Engineering (BE/B.Tech) Only those students who have appeared 5th semester and above
M.E./M.Tech Only those students who have completed the 1st semester and above
B.Sc Only final year students
M.Sc Only those students who have completed the first semester and above


HRDD, BARC forwards applications from bonafide students for practical training/projects post 5th sem in Engg or 1st year of PG in sciences to suitable Departments of BARC for screening and approval of Competent Authority of BARC.

From a college, applications of a maximum of 3 students from the same degree/ subject will be considered.

Min. duration for short term Training and long term project work as a part of your academic curriculum:

  1. Mechanical Engg – for practical training – 1 month; 3-6 months for project work.
  2. Chemical Engg, Civil, Metallurgy, Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation, Physics, Chemistry – for practical training – 2 months; 3-6 months for project work.
  3. Computer Sc. & Engg – for practical training – 45 to 60 days.; 3-6 months for project work.
  4. Biosciences – 3-6 months.

For screening, students are required to send, 3 months before the desired starting date of the project, an application on hard copy on their college letterhead duly signed and stamped by the college authority, as per the following format:

The following students of our college would like to apply for practical training/project work in BARC:

  1. Full name of the student as in your college ID: Mr./Ms.
  2. Degree:
  3. Year of study: Total no. of years of the programme:
  4. Discipline/subject:
  5. Desirable period of training (from ________ date to ________ date)

along with a 1-page student’s Resume. The resume should have the following particulars:

  1. Personal details with email ID.
  2. Educational qualifications with marks from X Std. onwards up-to-date.
  3. Skills acquired.
  4. Any training undergone.
  5. Any projects done.
  6. Areas of interest.

Additionally, if it is

  • For Computer Sc. & Engg – attach all marksheets from X std onwards.
  • For BioSc – attach all marksheets from X std onwards.

Applications shall be addressed to:

The Officer-in-Charge,
Practical Training/Project work,
BARC Training School,
Anushakti Nagar,
Mumbai 400094.

When the Competent Authority accepts you for practical training/project work, you will be informed by email by HRDD along with an official acceptance letter with instructions for submission of a set of further documents related to I-Card processing. Students whose applications are rejected at HRDD or those who are not accepted for practical training/project work in BARC for any reason can see the information at, as and when it is regularly updated.

Pl. note that the period of training/project work is excluding the processing time of 1 week taken for processing of filled-in documents at HRDD, investigation & I-Card before the student can start training/project work. This means that students who are accepted for 1 month of training cannot report to BARC on the accepted date or just 2 – 3 days before the starting date of training as the processing time reqd. for I-Card will reduce the training period. Hence, if accepted for training/project work in BARC, students will be required to submit the original documents 1 week to 10 days before the actual starting date of practical training or project work. Training for less than the accepted period is strictly not allowed.

“Any query regarding practical training/project work is to be sent to only.”

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