BARC UDC Clerk Recruitment 2019 60 Stenographer

BARC Bhabha Atomic Research Center Invited graduate pass holder to fill Upper Division Clerk vacancies in BARC Administrative Offices. There are two posts of barc recruitment 2019 announced on 31 January 2019. First one is UDC clerk and second is Stenographer Grade 2.The candidates who are interested to fill barc 47 clerk recruitment 2019 and other posts of barc stenographer recruitment 2019 they must read whole notification before applying online.

BARC UDC 47 Clerk Career Opportunities in Bhabha Atomic research Center is for Young man and women. Who like their work on dynamic way? The path to enter in Bhabha Atomic Center is through jobs, admission and governing body. But here is one way opportunity for all those people who want only barc jobs. So we are very proud to make employment of BARC Clerk Recruitment 2019 from our portal.


The Maximum Number of Posts is belonging to BARC UDC 47 jobs and stenographer 13 posts zipped into category of General OBC SC and ST.

If you wanted to pay application fees of Barc than it has less amount of rs 100 paid by general and OBC category through net banking but for other category no need to pay.

Minimum age limit of barc udc employee is 18 years and also for Bhabha atomic clerk recruitment 2019 with maximum age limit is 27 year. Age relaxation is also applied in leading jobs of central government.

Important dates
Online application form: 31 January 2019
Payment of application fees: 25 February 2019.
Exam date news: soon updated.


Bachelor degree in any stream with minimum typing speed of 30 words pr minute will be taken during typing test of barc UDC recruitment 2019. Class 10th exam passed with steno typing speed 80 wpm and in English same as above.

Total number of vacancies: 60 vacancies
47 Upper Division Clerk: General 31 OBC 11 SC 0 ST 4
13 Stenographer Grade 3: General 5 OBC 6 SC 1 ST 1

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