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RAC DRDO Jobs Recruitment 2019 - Scientist – B, Engineer & Other 290 Posts

RAC DRDO Jobs Recruitment Notification 2019.Recruitment and Assessment Centre, DRDO (RAC) inviting applications for the positions of Scientist-B, Engineer & Other.Interested and Eligible candidates can apply for the positions.

Last Date for Submission of Application is on August 24th, 2019.

Post and Vacancies:
Scientist-B, Engineer & Other - 290

Educational Qualification:
Engg Graduate

Salary Details:
Selected candidates will get Level‐10 (7th CPC) of the Pay Matrix (Rs.56,100/‐) from the organization.

Selection Process:
Selection will be done as per Descriptive Examination, Interview

For Subjects/Disciplines in Part‐I :

The final selection of the candidates will be purely on the basis of discipline wise category wise merit of aggregate of 80% weightage of marks in the Descriptive Examination and 20% weightage of marks in Personal Interview.

For Subjects/Disciplines in Part‐II:

The final selection of the candidates will be purely on the basis of discipline wise category wise merit of aggregate of 80% weightage of GATE score and 20% weightage of marks in Personal Interview.

The final selection of PwD(HH) and (OH) candidates against the vacancies reserved for them in the * marked disciplines will be purely on the basis of combined merit of aggregate of 80% weightage of GATE score and 20% weightage of marks in Personal Interview.
Only those candidates securing minimum qualifying marks in the Personal Interview will be considered for preparation of final merit list. Candidates who do not qualify the interview will not be considered for final selection irrespective of their Descriptive Examination score (for Part‐I disciplines)/ GATE score (for Part‐II disciplines).
The selection against the UR vacancies will be done first based on the combined merit list of all candidates. The filling up of backlog vacancies (32 in number) in OBC/SC/ST category will be taken up after exhausting the UR vacancies.
In the merit list for final selection, candidates will be considered for selection against the vacancies in the organizations (DRDO/DST/ADA/GAETEC) they opted for, in order of their preference. They will be accommodated against the vacancies of that organization where their selection is definite and will not be kept in any waitlist of their higher preferences.
In addition to the above, any other selection tool/test may be administered, at the sole discretion of RAC.

Application Fee:
Rs. 100/- for GEN & OBC candidates and no fee for others

How to Apply:
Candidates are required to register online at the RAC website (
On successful registration, the candidates may login before the closing date of the advertisement to fill the application form online. The candidates are required to upload the requisite certificates (See Para 3 for details), the details of the application fee payment (if not exempted) and lock the application before submission of the same.
Candidates are required to indicate their preferences for DRDO and/or DST and/or ADA and/or GAETEC (whichever is applicable).
Candidates in Govt. service or in Govt. owned organisations should also submit their applications online directly to the Recruitment and  Assessment Centre (RAC) and such candidates are required to upload a declaration (Please see Para 3 (v) for details) that they have intimated their employer that they have applied for a post in DRDO/DST/ADA/GAETEC. However, such candidates, if in regular service whether in permanent or temporary capacity, will be required to produce a “No Objection Certificate” (NOC) from their Cadre Controlling Authority (CCA) as per the proforma available at RAC website at the time of interview, in addition to the aforesaid declaration. If CCA considers withholding the NOC, the candidate should inform RAC within 30 days of the closing date.
Candidates are advised to retain a copy of the online recruitment application (pdf format) after locking the online application form.
Only locked/finalised applications in all respects shall be considered.

Points to be considered while filling Application form:

The GATE paper and the subject of qualifying degree of the candidates must be as per the discipline‐wise table provided (Table 1).
Candidates are advised to be careful while filling their GATE score as the short listing will be based on the GATE score filled in the application/bio data form (Not Applicable to Category II candidates in Part‐I disciplines).
The scrutiny of application (confirmation of GATE score from the submitted documents/score card) will only be done for those candidates who are above the cut off of GATE score, as per the norms of shortlisting specified in the advertisement. Therefore the wrongly filled GATE score may automatically result in candidate not getting shortlisted for scrutiny purposes also.


Self attested certificates/testimonials regarding Date of Birth (Matriculation
/High School Certificate or Birth Certificate issued by appropriate local authority), Essential and Higher qualification along with mark‐sheets, caste, EWS status, ex‐servicemen, employment etc. The maximum file size of each attachment should not exceed 500KB and it must be legible when a print out is taken.
A recent passport size colour photograph (size not exceeding 30 KB; resolution of 110 x 140 pixels).
Scanned sample of candidate’s signature.
Valid GATE score card (Category II candidates in Part‐I disciplines exempted from this requirement).
The candidates, whether in Govt Service or in Govt owned organisations, should upload a signed declaration (as per the proforma available at RAC website) that they have informed their Cadre Controlling Authority (CCA) in writing that they have applied for the post of Scientist ‘B’ in DRDO/ Scientist ‘B’ in DST/ Scientist/Engineer ‘B’ in ADA/ Executive Engineer in GAETEC.
A provision will be made for the candidates who have appeared in final year examination, to upload their degree/provisional degree certificate online till 30 Sep 2019.

About DRDO & RAC
DRDO, India’s premier Defence R&D organization employs bright, qualified and competent scientists in Group ‘A’ (Gazetted) technical service known as Defence Research & Development Service (DRDS) and offers exciting and challenging career opportunities in a broad spectrum of technologies at its laboratories/establishments (more than 50) located across the country. For further information about DRDO, please visit DRDO website

DST, Govt of India, is primarily entrusted with the responsibility of the formulation of S&T policies and their implementation; identification of thrust areas of research in different sectors of S&T; technology information, forecasting and assessment; international collaboration; organizing, coordinating and promoting S&T activities in the country. For further information about DST, please visit DST website

ADA, Bengaluru, is an autonomous body under Ministry of Defence, Government of India entrusted with the design & development of the Light Combat Aircrafts for Defence Services. ADA provides challenging career opportunities and excellent working environment. For further information about ADA, please visit ADA website

GAETEC, Hyderabad, is a unit of Society for Integrated Circuit Technology and Applied Research (SITAR), an autonomous body under Ministry of Defence, Government of India. GAETEC is involved in the design, development and manufacturing of GaAs Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuits (MMICs) and RF sub systems for Defence and Space applications. For further information about GAETEC, please visit GAETEC website

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