BHEL Needs Researchers

Posted In Career, India - By NitiN Kumar Jain On Tuesday, May 26th, 2009 With 0 Comments






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BHEL is looking for bright candidates with Doctoral qualifications in Engineering and Science with Aptitude for Research for the 16 positions of Sr. Engineer/ Dy. Manager / Scientific Officer/ Sr. Scientific Officer/ Engineer/ Sr. Engineer in Corporate Research & Development division situated at Hyderabad, Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Plant (ASSCP) situated at Gwalapahari, Gurgaon, Heavy Electrical Plant situated at Bhopal in the areas of :

  • Areas :
    • Modelling & Simulation of Gas-Solid Flow Systems for Clean Coal Technology
    • Nano Materials & Nano Technology
    • Fuel Cell (PEM/SOFC)
    • Micro Electronics/Thin Film Technology
    • Cryogenic System Design for Superconducting Machines
    • Advanced Materials for Super-critical Boilers & Turbines and Nuclear Power Plant Equipment
    • Aero-Acoustics of Power Plant Applications
    • Transient/Nucleating Flow Analysis/ Cavitations Flow Simulation
    • Thermal Turbo machine
    • Insulation Chemistry
    • High Voltage Engineering
    • Partial Discharge (High Voltage)
    • Hydraulic Designing of Turbines & Pumps
  • Qualification :
    • How to Apply:
    • Interested candidates should send the filled-in application in the prescribed format along with attested copies of qualifications and experience, indicating “the Name of the post applied for & the Post code” on top of the cover/ envelope to the Manager (HR/Recruitment), BHEL Corporate R&D, Vikasnagar, Hyderabad – 500093, Andhra Pradesh latest by 30/06/2009.

  • Candidates should possess Ph D in relevant area of specialization, as a full time student of a recognized Institute/University, from India or abroad. 2. Area of Specialisation / working experience should be supported by Published works. Candidates with no Ph.D can also apply for Sr. Engineer.

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL)
BHEL Corporate R&D, Vikasnagar,
Hyderabad – 500093, Andhra Pradesh

Advt. No. R&D/03/Rctt/01/HRX/2009

-NKJ

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