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Heavy Water Board Recruitment 2016 – Female Nurse Posts: Government of India, Department of Atomic Energy, Heavy Water Board, Heavy Water plant (Talcher), Administrative Section has inform 01 vacant seat for Female Nurse on adhoc basis. If you have a dream of join Heavy Water Board. You can attend for interview on 15/11/2016 at 11.00 AM. Other details are mentioned below..
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Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidates:
Heavy Water Board Vacant Seats Details:
Total Seats Seats: 01
Name of the Post: Female Nurse
15 to 50 years as on 01/10/2016.
12th Standard and Diploma in Nursing & Midwifery plus Registration as ‘A’ Grade Nurse or B.Sc (Nursing), experience in Basic Computer Knowledge in Nurse of the Patients in the Computer System with adequate experience.
Process of Selection:
Applied candidates selection will be based on applicants performance in interview.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates may attend the interview along with original certificates (School Leaving Certificate, 10th Standard, 12th Standard, Diploma/ Degree & Registration) of educational qualifications, Registration and Experience and one attested copies of certificates and one passport size photograph to the venue on 15/11/2016 at 11.00 AM.
D-3 Guest House, Heavy Water Plant (Talcher), PO: Vikrampur, Dist. Angul, Odisha-759106.
Date & Time of candidates Interview: 15/11/2016 at 11.00 AM.
Candidates Reporting Time: From 09.00 AM to 11.00 AM.
Job Location: Odisha-759106.
About Us – Heavy Water Board (HWB) is a constituent unit under the Department of Atomic Energy in the Government of India. The organisation is primarily responsible for production of Heavy Water (D2O) which is used as a ‘moderator’ and ‘Coolant’ in nuclear power as well as research reactors. India is one of the largest manufacturers of heavy water in the world..The research in Heavy Water production was initiated by the Chemical Engineering division of Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) in the 60s and was continued by the Heavy Water Division of BARC where a Pilot Plant was operated for studying the H2S-H20 exchange process. While these studies were in progress, the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) commissioned the first Heavy Water Plant in India at Nangal, Punjab, India