Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR) is ready to publish IGCAR Admit Card / Call Letter 2016 will be available on authentic portal. In the past, the Opponents were called for the jobs of Technician C and Stipendiary Trainee Category II. So, if you have registered for these jobs and are discovering for the Hall Ticket, then we are here to promote you with that.
Your expectation time on IGCAR Admit Card / Hall ticket 2016 will be expire soon. Applicant who had registered in the IGCAR vacancy 2016 of 219 jobs for the designation of Technician C and Stipendiary Trainee category II can obtain their IGCAR Kalpakkam permission letters 2016 for written examination. The board will publish the IGCAR Technician C Admit Card on the departmental portal www.igcar.gov.in. The final notification about the procedure of gaining admit card is given below.
About IGCAR: IGCAR was established in the year 1971, under the Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India.
The centre is engaged in broad based multidisciplinary programme of scientific research and advanced engineering directed towards the development of Fast Breeder Reactor technology.
Fast Breeder Test Reactor based on unique mixed Plutonium Uranium Carbide fuel, First of its kind in the world and KAMINI Reactor, the only operating Reactor in the World using U233 fuel are successfully operated.
The design of 500 MWe Prototype Fast Breeder Reactor is completed and the construction is in progress.
The news speaks that total jobs are 219. After depositing the application form via these large required jobs in the state, the aspirants are discovering the dominant path to obtain IGCAR Technician C Admit Card 2016 which will permit them to let in the examination hall.
Exam Schedule: shortly Released
Admit Card: Available shortly
Procedure to Download the Call Letter
Log on to official website
On home page search and click the admit card link
Enter mandatory information such as name, registration number, date of birth etc
Click Download Butten
Print it or save it for further use