BITM Recruitment – Technician Vacancy – Last Date 8 July 2017

Birla Industrial & Technological Museum (BITM)

Technician ‘A’ (Carpentry)

Address:  Chajju Bagh, West Gandhi Maidan, Patna , Bihar  800 001
Pay scale ( वेतन ) : P.B.-1: `. 5,200-20,200/- with Grade Pay of `.1,900/- plus usual allowances as admissible to Central Govt. employees (likely to be revised as per 7th CPC). (Total emoluments at the start as on date Rs.21,205/-) per month at Patna.
Educational requirements ( शैक्षिक आवश्यकता ) : Matriculation/SSLC and ITI in the relevant trade with one year relevant experience. If the ITI course duration is less than 2 years, 2 years relevant experience after obtaining the certificate is essential.
Job responsibilities / description ( उत्तरदायित्व) :Operation, repair, fabrication, handling, packing, installation and maintenance of exhibits / equipment / instruments /installation. The Candidate will also be required to travel widely with Mobile Science Exhibition unit on payment of TA/DA as per rule.
No of vacancies ( रिक्तियों की संख्या ) : 01
Age limit ( आयु सीमा ) : 35 years
Last date to apply for this job ( अंतिम तारीख ) : 07/08/2017

Step by step instructions to apply ( आवेदन कैसे करे ) : Application finished in all regard might be sent in a shut envelope super scribing Application for the post of Technician “A” (Carpentry) for SSC, Patna to Birla Industrial and Technological Museum (BITM), 19A, Gurusaday Road, Kolkata – 700 019 by post. Application may likewise be submitted face to face at BITM, Kolkata. The application, in the recommended design, as accessible in this site, ought to be submitted alongside self confirmed duplicates of all declarations and tributes ideal from optional instruction (tenth standard) or its proportionate.

General directions ( सामान्य निर्देश ) : 1. The last date of accommodation of the finished applications alongside self bore witness to duplicates of every single important Certificate and tributes is 08th July, 2017. 2. The competitors effectively working in Government, Semi-Government, Public Undertaking and self-ruling associations must apply through legitimate channel. The chose representatives will be administered by the New Pension Scheme. 3. The chose hopefuls are subject to be exchanged to any science galleries/focuses under the control of National Council of Science Museums, in India. 4. Outstation SC/ST competitors called for Aptitude/Trade Test for the post of Technician “A” (Carpentry) will be paid single second class railroad/transport toll (both courses) by most limited course on generation of verification of go according to Govt. of India rules. 5. Peddling in any shape and/or acquiring any impact political or generally will be dealt with as exclusion. Individual/interval enquiries won’t be engaged.

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About Birla Industrial and Technological Museum:

The introduce of Birla Industrial and Technological Museum, now 19A, Gurusaday Road, was known as 18, Ballygunge Store Road before 1919. Record demonstrates that the Tagores obtained it from Mirza Abdul Karim in 1898. Meera Devi, the fourth of Rabindranath Tagore’s five kids, spent a vast piece of her youth in this house. From Surendranath Tagore, G.D. Birla purchased the property in 1919 and from hereafter came to be known as Birla Park. After the Birlas assumed control over the property, there were significant changes. The house utilized by the Tagores was pulled down and engineers N. Guin and Co. were called upon to outline the fundamental building structure as we see today. It is a frontier adjustment of a blend of different styles of European Art. With the Birlas as the new proprietor, 19A, Gurusaday Road (Birla Park) kept on being an exceptional address. Lights like C.R. Das, Aurobindo Ghosh, Sister Nivedita, Rashbehari Ghosh, Anandamohan Sen, and other imperative outside guests like Kakuzo Okakura, Yokoyama, Tikan, Hishida and Katusta, all acclaimed Japanese craftsmen, frequented it at the season of Tagores. Again close relationship of G.D. Birla with patriot pioneers brought Mahatma Gandhi, Motilal Nehru, Lala Lajpat Rai, Pundit Madan Mohan Malaviya to Birla Park. It might be of some enthusiasm to realize that it was here that Chiang Kai-Shek met Mahatma Gandhi. Presently from Birla Park to Birla Museum is a fascinating story. In 1956, Dr. B.C. Roy, the then Chief Minister of West Bengal, predicted a major part of such Museums of Science, Technology and Industry in a creating nation. This thought additionally coordinated with that of Shri G.D. Birla and the generous Birla Park with its forcing building and five bighas encompassing space was given over by him to Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru, the then Prime Minister of India for setting up a science exhibition hall in Kolkata. From that point onward, the change from a lavish living arrangement of verifiable significance to an open exhibition hall took precisely three years and the Museum was tossed open to people in general on second May 1959 by Union Minister Prof. Humayun Kabir, in nearness of Dr. B. C. Roy, Shri B. M. Birla and Prof. M. S. Thacker, the then Director General of CSIR. Backtracking down the world of fond memories, we find that amid the initial couple of years of its initiation, BITM opened displays on an) Iron and Steel b) Copper c) Petroleum d) Electricity e) Nuclear Physics and f) Motive Power. At that point, one by one, Communication (1963), Mining (1964), Popular Science (1965), Electronics and T.V (1966), Transport (1973) exhibitions were included consequently. Taunt up Coal Mine was introduced in 1983. From the earliest starting point Popular Lectures and Film Shows got in progress. Science Demonstration Lectures for understudies turned into a component of BITM from 1965. That year additionally observed the spearheading exertion of BITM – the Mobile Science Exhibition (MSE). The main presentation on wheels through MSE was ‘Our Familiar Electricity”. The idea of Model Making Competition, prevalently known as Science Fair can be followed back to 1967 and the exact one year from now, the primary Teachers’ Training Program was propelled. Picking up a solid toehold in the city, BITM thought of heading off to the provincial Bengal to spread the message of Science. In 1982, the main satellite unit of BITM, the District Science Center at Purulia was opened. From that point on till date, Birla Industrial and Technological Museum, the main science gallery in this nation have made considerable progress. With its different displays, diverse exercises and perpetually expanding chains of satellite focuses, it has turned into a place where science occurs before one’s eyes through energized and intelligent models. One next to the other, the historical backdrop of innovation and Industry restores itself to the guests through genuine or downsized copies. Improvement In its central goal to modernize and overhaul its exercises and offices every once in a while, BITM is always growing new exhibitions and giving a facelift to the current ones. In the new thousand years BITM has added to its kitty the exhibitions on Mathematics, Life Science, Biotechnology, Metals, Fascinating Physics, Television, Popular Science and Children’s. The ones, that got a cosmetic touch up, were the Motive Power, Transport and underground Mock-up Coal Mine with ‘light and sound show’. 3D Show was included 2006. In the range of Mobile Science Exhibition, units on Fun Science, Emerging Technologies, Mathematics, Global Changes and so forth have produced a considerable measure of enthusiasm among the provincial masses. A show right now in plain view in BITM is ‘A World in Darkness’ for the outwardly tested individuals. Every day Science Shows on Fun Science, Science Magic Miracle, Fantastic Chemistry and Super Cool Bodies are must see things for all. Taramandal (Planetarium) Show gives the perspective of night sky to the guests having slant towards stargazing the most recent being the Fire-y-story appear. Remembering the significance of handy experimentation, mixed media programming projects entitled “Virtual Laboratories on Chemistry and Zoology” have been produced and are as of now accessible in BITM Library.

Site Address:

Postal Address:19A, Gurusaday Road, Kolkata West Bengal 700019

Tel:033-2287 7241/42/43

E-mail:[email protected]

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