IGCAR Admit Card For Direct Recruitment and Stipendiary Trainees For The Year 2021 Is Expected To Be Released Soon: Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research which is referred to as IGCAR in short is accepting applications for the post of scientific officers, Technical officers, and stipendiary trainees. The last date for the submission of the application was extended till 31, July 2021. The admit card for this exam is expected to be released. For more details about the educational qualifications, age limit, vacancies and other related details that should be known before applying for the post, kindly visit the link – IGCAR Recruitment. For details regarding the admit card and other related information read the below details.
How To Download My IGCAR Exam Admit Card?
Step 1 – Visit the Official website of IGCAR. https://i-register.in/igcarcertin/Home.html
Step 2 – All the notifications related to the exam will be available there. (Pointed with an arrow mark).
Step 4 – Click on the link, enter the credentials if it’s asked and download your admit card.
Step 5 – Take a printout of your admit card for future use. Colour printout is preferable.
Details In The Admit Card:
Admit card is mandatory for the candidates to take up the interview and written exam. The notification for admit card will be sent through the candidate’s registered email ID or phone number. So the candidates are requested to keep their mail and phone active. Also, the candidates are asked to keep checking the IGCAR portal for any new notifications.
The following details will be available on the admit card.
- Name of the Candidate.
- Registration Number of the Candidate.
- Date of Birth of the Candidate.
- Exam Venue and address.
- Reporting Time.
- Starting Time of the Exam.
- Photo of the Candidate.
- Signature of the Candidate.
- General Instructions.
A screening test for 2 hours containing 75 objective type questions. Each question is of 3 marks and negative markings for each wrong answer which results in the reduction of 1 mark. Candidates qualifying for the screening test will be shortlisted for a personal interview. The selection will be based on the candidate’s performance in the interview.
The above said pattern is common for the posts of Scientific Officer E, Technical Officer E, Scientific Officer D, and Technical Officer C, and Stipendiary Trainee Category 2.
For the post of Technician B, the exam pattern consists of three stages. Preliminary Test, Advanced Test, and Trade/Skills Test.
For the posts of Administrative Group C, there will be two tests which are Objective Written Test, and Stenography Skill Test.
For the posts of Administrative Group C Upper Division Clerk, there will be two tests which are Objective Written Test, and Descriptive Test.
For the posts of Auxiliary Group C Work Assistant, there will be two tests which are Preliminary Test and Advanced Test.
For the posts of Stipendiary Trainee Category 1, there will be a Written Test for 2 hours containing 100 objective type questions. Each question is of 3 marks and negative markings for each wrong answer which results in the reduction of 1 mark. Candidates qualifying for the screening test will be shortlisted for a personal interview. The selection will be based on the candidate’s performance in the interview.
The result of the exam will be made available on their website once the exam gets over.
For any queries related to the exam, contact +91 98400 01273 +91 63851 60814
2. Will the Preliminary test and Advanced test be conducted on different days?
No, the preliminary test and the advanced test will be conducted on the SAME DAY as two different sessions.The time for the test will be 3 hours. Candidates qualifying the preliminary test will be eligible for the advanced test, which will happen on the same day itself.
3. Is there any bond for the Stipendiary Trainee post ?
YES, the candidates who are being selected for the Stipendiary Trainee Category 1 and 2 posts will have to sign a bond that they will work in the given post for a period of Three years. If the candidate fails to do the same, then the candidate must pay an amount to the Government.