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    Details about BIS Scientist-B examination?

    I have applied for BIS Scientist - B post in Biochemistry stream in 2011 recruitment. Please make me to know the examination pattern, syllabus and model questions.

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    Re: Details about BIS Scientist-B examination?

    Hi!

    The syllabus for BIS, Scientist-B exam(any discipline) is as follows:

    Eligible candidates will be required to appear in a written examination of hrs duration at their own expense. The question paper will be of two parts with a total of 120 objective type questions with multiple choice answers.

    Part I - consists of 80 questions on respective technical discipline.

    Part II - consists of 40 questions on aptitude/analytical reasoning including English.

    The standard of questions will be of the level of Graduate Engineer or Post Graduate Science of the discipline.

    That is to say that ,
    The 80 questions of PART-I will be asked from GATE syllabus or from its equivalent exam's syllabus.
    The 40 questions from PART-II consists of

    --> General Aptitude,
    --> English
    --> Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning
    --> General Knowledge

    You can prepare for PART-I through your academic text books of GATE/Equivalent exam's syllabus. Or if you are an Engineering Graduate (Only for ECE, CSE, EEE, Mech & Civil), can check this link:

    http://www.indiabix.com/engineering/

    As for PART-II preperation, you can follow the following site:

    http://www.indiabix.com/

    In the above site, you can have

    --> Aptitude
    --> Reasoning
    --> Verbal Ability
    --> GK

    For question papers, you check the following link:

    http://www.jbigdeal.com/2011/09/bis-...of-indian.html

    Regards!
    phOenix 8)

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    Re: Details about BIS Scientist-B examination?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I have applied for BIS Scientist - B post in Biochemistry stream in 2011 recruitment. Please make me to know the examination pattern, syllabus and model questions.
    well,friend;....



    :Information About the BIS Scientist-B examination:

    BIS:This is the Bureau of Indian Standards and this is one of the organization which comes under the control of administrative Government of India.
    • These are working for the aegis of Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distributions.
    • There are total 19 branch offices .
    Recruitment for BIS:
    • The total number of posts are 115.
    And these posts are divide in to various disciplines as follows:
    • Mechanical/Metallurgy – 61
    • Civil – 22
    • Food and biochemistry and microbiology – 17
    • Electrical and Electronics – 12
    • Computer Science and Computer Engineering – 3
    NOTE:In the115 vacancies reservation also follow:
    • 32 vacancies for OBC.
    • 9 for ST and
    • 17 for SC.
    • 1 for Orthopaedically handicapped and
    • 1 for Visually impaired and
    • 1 for hearing impaired.
    • The salary is 15600-39100+GP of 5400.
    Educational qualification:
    • For computer/food/electronics/electrical/civil/metallurgy/mechanical: You have under graduate degree in engineering or technology or equivalent with minimum 60% and if you are in sc or st only 50%
    • For computer engineering/computer science/biochemistry/microbiology/food: You have under graduate degree in Natural Science or equivalent degree with minimum 60% and if you are in sc or st only 50%

    Age Requirement:
    Selection Procedure:
    Application fee:
    all the best;..........

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    Re: Details about BIS Scientist-B examination?

    when will be the results announced? and in which site?

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    Re: Details about BIS Scientist-B examination?

    when will be the results for scientist B post be announced and in which site??

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    Re: Details about BIS Scientist-B examination?

    when will the results for scientist B post 2011 be announced. please inform on which site.
    because there is no link of it at www.bis.org.in.

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    Re: Details about BIS Scientist-B examination?

    WHEN VL BE THE RESULTS FOR SCIENTIST B POST 2011 BE ANNOUNCED.PLZ INFORM ME

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    Re: Details about BIS Scientist-B examination?

    The result of BIS scientists B examination 2011 still has not be declared but it has been declared on the official website: www.bis.org.in

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    Re: Details about BIS Scientist-B examination?

    Bureau of Indian Standards BIS invites applications from eligible Indian nationals for the following post:
    Scientist 'B': No. of Posts: 115 ; Pay Scale: Rs. 15600-39100 + Grade Pay Rs. 5400
    How to Apply for Bureau of Indian Standards BIS Scientist 'B' Recruitment 2011:

    The eligible candidates are required to apply online through BIS website. No other means of application will be accepted. The detailed application procedure is mentioned on the website itself. The application link will be activated from August 20, 2011.
    The last date for submitting the application is September 9, 2011.
    Selection Procedure for Bureau of Indian Standards BIS Scientist 'B' Recruitment 2011:

    The candidates who are found eligible will be selected on the basis a written test. The test is objective type in nature and will carry a total of 120 multiple choice questions. The test is divided into following two parts:
    Part I. This part of the test will contain 80 questions based on respective technical discipline.
    Part II. This part of the test will contain 40 questions based on analytical reasoning including English.
    Test Centers for Bureau of Indian Standards BIS Scientist 'B' Recruitment 2011:

    The written exam for Bureau of Indian Standards BIS Scientist 'B' Recruitment 2011 will be conducted at the following centers:
    • Delhi
    • Mumbai
    • Kolkata
    • Hyderabad
    • Chennai
    • Guwahati
    Important Dates for Bureau of Indian Standards BIS Scientist 'B' Recruitment 2011:

    Start Date of Application: August 20, 2011
    Last Date of Application: September 9, 2011
    Date of Written Test: To be announced

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    Re: Details about BIS Scientist-B examination?

    Dear Friend,

    You can refer these link for the BIS Scientist-B based Pattern, Syllabus and Model Question Papers:
    http://www.jbigdeal.com/2011/09/bis-...standards.html
    http://www.jbigdeal.com/2011/09/bis-...standards.html

    All The Best

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    Re: Details about BIS Scientist-B examination?

    There are total 115 vacancies of the Scientists-B in the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). These vacancies include 61 posts of the Mechanical/Metallurgy section, 22 posts for Civil section, 17 for Food, Biochemistry & Microbiology, 12 for the Electronics and Electrical section and3 for the Computer Science and Computer engineering section. The BIS is under the administrative control of Government of India. The pay scale of the Scientist-B is Rs. 15600-39100 + Grade pay of Rs.5400/-. Out of the above mentioned 115 posts, only e4 posts are for the General category candidates and 61 posts are reserved for the different reserved catewgories like for SC 17 posts, for ST 9 posts and 32 for the OBC categories candidates and 3 for the different categories of physically handicapped persons. The essential qualification required for the computer engineering/computer science/biochemistry/microbiology/food the candidate should possess the under graduate degree in Natural Science or equivalent degree with minimum 60% marks and for SC/ST category minimum50% marks and for computer/food/electronics/electrical/civil/metallurgy/mechanical the candidate should possess the under graduate degree in engineering or technology or equivalent with minimum 60% marks and for SC/ST minimum 50% marks. The age limit is 21-27 years with a provision of relexation for the reserved categories as per the prevailing government rules. The selection is totally through the written examination.

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    Re: Details about BIS Scientist-B examination?

    Hello,
    Bureau Of Indian Standards exam pattern timing is 2 and half hour, question paper will be of two parts with a total of 120 objective type questions with multiple choice answers.
    Part I- 80 questions on technical discipline
    Part II- 40 questions on aptitude/analytical reasoning and english.
    Model question paper you can download from internet or if it is available in market then take.

    Thanks

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    Re: Details about BIS Scientist-B examination?

    The details regarding BIS scientist-B examinations is as follows,

    EXAM PATTERN:-
    The test is objective type in nature and will carry total of 120 multiple choice questions. The test is divided into two types,
    Paper-1) this type of the test will contain 80 questions based on respective technical discipline.
    Paper-2) this type of test will contain 40 questions based on analytically reasoning including English.

    MODEL QUE PAPERS:-
    For model question papers you can go through following links,
    1)http://www.jbigdeal.com/2011/09/bis-...ards-exam.html
    2)http://www.jbigdeal.com/2011/09/bis-...ards-exam.html
    3)http://www.jbigdeal.com/2011/09/bis-...ards-exam.html

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    Re: Details about BIS Scientist-B examination?

    heylo,




    EXAM PATTERN:-



    ## The test is objective type in nature and will carry total of 120 multiple choice questions.


    ## The test is divided into two types.




    Paper-1


    this type of the test will contain 80 questions based on respective technical discipline.


    Paper-2


    this type of test will contain 40 questions based on analytically reasoning including English.





    Part I -


    consists of 80 questions on respective technical discipline.


    Part II -


    consists of 40 questions on aptitude/analytical reasoning including English.


    The standard of questions will be of the level of Graduate Engineer or Post Graduate Science of the discipline.



    That is to say that ,


    The 80 questions of PART-I will be asked from GATE syllabus or from its equivalent exam's syllabus.


    The 40 questions from PART-II consists of


    >> General Aptitude,


    >> English


    >> Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning


    >> General Knowledge




    You can prepare for PART-I through your academic text books of GATE/Equivalent exam's syllabus. Or if you are an Engineering Graduate (Only for ECE, CSE, EEE, Mech & Civil), can check this link:


    As for PART-II preperation, you can follow the following site:



    http://www.indiabix.com/

    In the above site, you can have

    >> Aptitude


    >> Reasoning


    >> Verbal Ability


    >> GK





    wish you all the luck

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    Re: Details about BIS Scientist-B examination?

    hi
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    Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), a statutory body under the administrative control of
    Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, Govt. of India responsible for
    activities in the field of Standardization, Product and System Certification, Hallmarking of
    Gold/Silver Jewellery, Laboratory Testing etc., in the country, offers excellent career opportunities
    to bright, young, dynamic personnel & invites applications for recruitment to 115 post of
    SCIENTIST-‘B’ in the Pay Scale of Rs. 15600-39100+Grade Pay Rs.5400 plus allowances as
    applicable.
    1. IMPORTANT DATES:
    Opening Date for On-Line Registration of Application 20th August 2011
    Closing Date for On-Line Registration of Application 9th September 2011
    2. No. of Posts: The total number of vacancies is 115 in various disciplines as per details
    given below:-
    Out of 115 vacancies of SCIENTIST-‘B’, 17 vacancies are reserved for Scheduled Castes
    (SC), 9 vacancies are reserved for Scheduled Tribes (ST) and 32 vacancies are reserved
    for Other Backward Classes (OBC).
    The detailed advertisement is available on the BIS Website: www.bis.org.in.
    Last date for submission of online application is 9th September 2011
    Note: The vacancies advertised above are subject to change at the discretion of BIS.
    3. Reservation / Definitions for persons with Disabilities (PWD):
    (i) Four vacancies which include one backlog vacancy shall be reserved, as follows, for
    Persons with Disabilities. The candidates having Orthopedically Handicapped (OH),
    Visually Impaired (VI) and Hearing Impaired (HI) shall be eligible to apply.
    Type of Disabilities Number of vacancy
    Orthopaedically Handicapped
    (OH)
    1
    Visually Impaired (VI) 1
    Hearing Impaired (HI) 2
    (ii) Orthopedically Handicapped (OH) – A person having not less than 40% physical
    impairment with disability of such type with which the independent mobility is not affected,
    is eligible to apply.
    BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS
    Manak Bhawan, 9 Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi-110002
    Website : http://www.bis.org.in
    Discipline
    (Science/Engineering/Technology)
    Number of vacancies
    Mechanical /Metallurgy 61
    Civil 22
    Food/ Microbiology/ Bio Chemistry 17
    Electrical/Electronics 12
    Computer Science/Computer Engg. 3
    Total 115
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    (iii) Visually Impaired (VI) - A person having not less than 40% visual impairment is only
    eligible to apply.
    (iv) Hearing Impaired (HI) – “Hearing Impairment” means loss of sixty decibels or more in the
    better ear in the conversational range of frequencies.
    (v) Reservation for Persons with Disabilities shall be on horizontal basis. Selected
    candidates will be placed in the appropriate category.
    (vi) A person who wants to avail the benefits of reservation under the above categories would
    have to submit a Disability Certificate issued by a Competent Authority in the format
    given in Annexure-I of Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions, Department
    of Personnel & Training under OM No. 336035/3/2004-Estt(Res) dated 29 Dec 2005, at
    the time of interview.
    (vii) Use of Scribe
    A scribe to write the written examination on behalf of a Visually Impaired or
    Orthopedically Handicapped candidate whose writing speed is affected by Cerebral
    Palsy may be used. In all such cases, where a scribe is used, the following rules apply:
    a) Candidate will have to arrange his own Scribe at his own cost.
    b) The Scribe may be from any academic stream.
    c) The academic qualification of the Scribe should be one grade lower than the
    stipulated minimum eligibility criteria and the Scribe should possess less
    marks than the candidate.
    d) Both the candidate and the scribe should give a suitable undertaking confirming
    that the scribe fulfils all the stipulated eligibility criteria as mentioned above. In
    case it later transpires that the scribe did not fulfill any of the laid down
    eligibility criteria or had suppressed material facts, the candidature of the
    applicant shall stand cancelled, irrespective of the result of the written
    examination.
    e) Candidates who use scribe will be eligible for extra time of 20 minutes for every
    hour of the examination.
    4. ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS:
    Discipline
    (Science/Engineering/Technology)
    Qualification
    Mechanical/Metallurgy/Civil/Electrical./Electronics/
    Food/Computer.
    Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or
    Technology or equivalent with not less
    than 60% marks (50% for SC/ST
    candidates) in aggregate.
    Food/Microbiology/ Bio Chemistry/Computer
    Science/ Computer Engg.
    Master’s Degree in Natural Sciences or
    equivalent with not less than 60%
    marks (50% for SC/ST candidates) in
    aggregate.
    Note:-
     In case the candidates are obtaining grades in the final Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering
    or Technology or Master’s Degree in Natural Sciences or equivalent, their grades should
    be equivalent to the required percentage.
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     The candidates whose final year result is awaited may also apply subject to fulfilling the
    conditions as specified. Such candidates shall have to produce the original
    certificates/final mark sheets of the qualifying degree at the time of interview.
     Departmental candidates serving in BIS who fulfill the eligibility criteria will not require
    separate permission and can apply directly.
    5. AGE LIMIT: The candidates must be between 21-27 years of age as on 9th September
    2011. Relaxation in upper age limit for SC/ST/OBC/PWD/Ex-Servicemen etc. shall be as
    per Central Government. The upper age limit for Departmental candidates serving in BIS
    is 50 years.
    a) SC/ST 5 years
    b) OBC 3 years
    c) PWD(Gen) 10 years
    d) PWD(SC/ST) 15 years
    e) PWD(OBC) 13 years
    f) Ex-Servicemen 1) upto a maximum of three years in the case of Defence
    Services personnel disabled in operations during hostilities with
    any foreign country or in a disturbed area and released as a
    consequence thereof.
    (2) upto a maximum of five years in the case of ex-servicemen
    including Commissioned Officers and ECOs/SSCOs who have
    rendered at least five years Military Service as on 9th September
    2011 and have been released (i) on completion of
    assignment(including those whose assignment is due to be
    completed within six month)otherwise than by way of dismissal
    or discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency, or (ii) on
    account of physical disability attributable to Military Service, or
    (iii) on invalidment.
    (3) Upto a maximum of five years in the case of ECOs/SSCOs
    who have completed an initial period of assignment of five years
    Military Service as on 9th September 2011 and whose
    assignment has been extended beyond five years and in whose
    case the Ministry of Defence issues a certificate that they can
    apply for civil employment and that they will be released on three
    months notice on selection from the date of receipt of offer of
    appointment.
    NOTE I:
    The term ex-servicemen will apply to the persons who are defined as ex-servicemen in
    the Ex-servicemen (Re-employment in Civil Services and Posts) Rules, 1979, as
    amended from time to time.
    NOTE II :
    The age concession under para f(2) & (3) will not be admissible to Ex-Servicemen and
    Commissioned Officers including ECOs/SSCOs who are released on own request.
    NOTE III:
    Notwithstanding the provision of age-relaxation under para (c), (d) & (e) above, a
    physically disabled candidate will be considered to be eligible for appointment only if
    he/she (after such physical examination as the appointing authority may prescribe) is
    found to satisfy the requirements of physical and medical standards for the concerned
    posts to be allocated to the physically disabled candidates by the BIS.
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    6. SELECTION PROCEDURE: Eligible candidates will be required to appear in a written
    examination of 2½ hrs duration at their own expense. The question paper will be of two
    parts with a total of 120 objective type questions with multiple choice answers.
    Part I - consists of 80 questions on respective technical discipline as mentioned
    in the advertisement.
    Part II - consists of 40 questions on aptitude/analytical reasoning including
    English.
    The standard of questions will be of the level of Graduate Engineer or Post Graduate
    Science of the discipline mentioned in the advertisement.
    The examination will be conducted at Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai and
    Guwahati. Candidates should choose one of the Test City in the On-line Application form.
    No change of Test City/Test Centre will be permissible at a later date. BIS, for
    administrative reasons, however, reserves the right to direct the candidate to appear for
    Written Test at any Test City other than the one chosen by the candidate.
    Candidates short-listed will be interviewed at New Delhi for which travelling expenses by
    second class railway fare for to-and-fro journeys from normal place of residence by
    shortest route shall be payable.
    Appointment of successful candidates will be subject to medical fitness prescribed by the
    medical authorities.
    7. APPLICATION FEE AND MODE OF REMITTANCE:
    (i) The application fee is 750/- and is Non-Refundable. The payment of the fee shall be
    through National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) mode only. For remittance of fee
    through electronic mode, candidates have to visit any Bank for depositing the fee through
    NEFT mode. Transaction charges of the Bank shall be borne by the candidates.
    (ii) No fee is required to be paid by SC/ST/Ex-Servicemen/PWD/Women Candidates.
    (iii) For remittance of the fee through electronic transfer mode, the candidate shall visit any
    Bank and the following particulars are to be provided to the Bank:
    Full Name of the Beneficiary to
    whom funds are to be remitted
    Bureau of Indian Standards
    Name of the Beneficiary Bank Syndicate Bank
    Name of the Beneficiary Bank
    Branch and place
    Bureau of Indian Standards Branch, Manak
    Bhawan, New Delhi 110002
    IFSC Code of the Beneficiary Bank SYNB0009084
    Account number of the Beneficiary to
    which the funds are to be remitted
    CA No. 90841010000094
    (iv) A sixteen digit (Alpha Numeric) reference number will be given by the respective Bank
    after depositing the fee. This sixteen digit reference number is to be mentioned in the
    appropriate column while filling the application form online.
    (v) Candidates are advised to keep the receipt of remittance of fee with them for future
    reference and the same shall have to be produced at the time of interview.
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    8. HOW TO APPLY:
    (i) Candidates are required to apply On-Line through BIS website . No other means/mode
    of submission of applications will be accepted under any circumstances.
    (ii) Candidates should have a valid personal e-mail ID. It should be kept active during the
    currency of this recruitment process. Registration number, password, Admit Card for
    Written Test and Call Letter for Interview or any other important communication will be
    sent through the registered e-mail ID. The candidates are, therefore, requested to check
    regularly their e-mail for any communication from BIS. Under no circumstances, the
    candidate should share/mention e-mail ID to/ or any other person. Please note that the
    Admit Card for written test will not be sent by post.
    (iii) Candidates should take utmost care to furnish the correct details while filling in on-line
    application. Any mistake committed by the candidate shall be his/her sole responsibility.
    No corrections/modifications are allowed once the online application is registered.
    (iv) Before starting to fill up the On-line application, make sure the following
    details/documents are readily available with the candidate:
    a) PHOTOGRAPH and SIGNATURE: Scanned (digital) image of his/her photograph
    and signature as per the specifications given below:
    i) Photograph Image:
     Photograph must be a recent passport style colour picture.
     Make sure that the picture is in colour, taken against a light-coloured,
    preferably white, background.
     Look straight at the camera with a relaxed face.
     If the picture is taken on a sunny day, have the sun behind you, or place
    yourself in the shade, so that you are not squinting and there are no
    harsh shadows.
     If you have to use flash, ensure there's no "red-eye".
     If you wear glasses make sure that there are no reflections and your
    eyes can be clearly seen.
     Caps, hats and dark glasses are not acceptable. Religious headwear is
    allowed but it must not cover your face.
     Dimensions 200 x 230 pixels (preferred).
     Size of file should be between 20kb–50 kb.
     Ensure that the size of the scanned image is not more than 50kb. If the
    size of the file is more than 50 kb, then adjust the settings of the scanner
    such as the DPI resolution, no. of colours etc., during the process of
    scanning.
    ii) Signature Image:
     The applicant has to sign on white paper with Black Ink pen.
     The signature must be signed only by the applicant and not by any other
    person.
     The signature will be used to put on the Hall Ticket and wherever
    necessary.
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     If the Applicant’s signature on the answer script, at the time of the
    examination does not match the signature on the Admit Card, the
    applicant will be disqualified.
     Please scan the signature area only and not the entire page.
     Dimensions 140 x 60 pixels (preferred).
     Size of file should be between 10kb – 20kb.
     Ensure that the size of the scanned image is not more than 20kb.
    iii) Scanning the photograph & signature:
     Set the scanner resolution to a minimum of 200 dpi (dots per inch)
     Set Color to True Color
     File Size as specified above
     Crop the image in the scanner to the edge of the photograph/signature,
    then use the upload editor to crop the image to the final size (as specified
    above).
     The image file should be JPG or JPEG format. An example file name is :
    o image01.jpg or image01.jpeg Image dimensions can be checked by
    listing the folder files or moving the mouse over the file image icon.
     Candidates using MS Windows/MSOffice can easily obtain photo and
    signature in .jpeg format not exceeding 50kb & 20kb respectively by using
    MS Paint or MS Office Picture Manager. Scanned photograph and
    signature in any format can be saved in .jpg format by using ‘Save As’
    option in the File menu and size can be reduced below 50 kb
    (photograph) & 20 kb(signature) by using crop and then resize option
    (Please see point (i) & (ii) above for the pixel size) in the ‘Image’ menu.
     Similar options are available in other photo editor also.
    o If the file size and format are not as prescribed, an error
    message will be displayed.
    o While filling in the Online Application Form the candidate will be
    provided with a link to upload his photograph and signature.
    iv) Procedure for Uploading the Photograph and Signature:
     There will be two separate links for uploading Photograph and Signature
     Click on the respective link “Upload Photograph / Signature”
     Browse and Select the location where the Scanned Photograph /
    Signature file has been saved.
     Select the file by clicking on it
     Click the ‘Open/Upload’ button
    b) Applicant’s Fee Payment Challan issued by the Bank containing NEFT (sixteen digits
    Alpha Numeric) number and other details i.e. Date of Deposit, Name of the Bank, Branch
    Address, etc.
    c) Academic qualification as per eligibility criteria.
    d) Personal details.
    (v) Candidates are now ready to Apply On-Line by re-visiting the BIS website and going to
    the option “Click here to Apply On-Line ” under “RECRUITMENT TO THE POST OF
    SCIENTIST B IN BIS”.
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    (vi) Fill up all the information desired in the form correctly alongwith sixteen digits (Alpha
    Numeric) reference number regarding remittance of fee.
    (vii) Carefully fill in the necessary details from the Fee Payment Challan in the On-Line
    Application Form at the appropriate places.
    (viii) Fill in all other required information. Ensure that all Bio-data details are correctly filled
    in.
    (ix) After applying on-line, and getting the confirmation that the application has been
    registered, the candidate shall be sent a copy of application form in his/her e-mail i.d.
    The candidates are required to open their e-mail and take Print-out of the application
    on A-4 Size Paper and retain it after signing the same for future requirements. Please
    do not send this print out to Bureau of Indian Standards.
    (x) On Successful registration of on-line application, candidates are advised not to attempt
    for re-registration since multiple registration number and password may create problem
    for candidates in future. In case of multiple registration, the candidature may be
    cancelled/rejected without any further notice/intimation to the candidate.
    (xi) Admit Card for written test, containing the details of the Centre/Venue for the
    Examination etc., will be sent to the candidates at their registered e-mail ID. The
    candidates are required to take a print-out of their Admit
    Card. The candidate can also download their Admit Card from the BIS website
    using their Registration Number and the Password. Candidates will not be
    allowed to enter the examination hall without valid Admit Card.
    (xii) Candidates are advised to bring photocopy of Application Fee deposit Challan and
    submit the same to Room Invigilator on the day of written examination without which
    the candidate will not allowed to write the written examination.
    (xiii) Candidates are advised in their own interest to apply on-line much before the closing
    date and not to wait till the last date for depositing the fees to avoid the possibility of
    disconnection/ inability/failure to log on the BIS’s website on account of heavy load on
    internet/website jam.
    (xiv) The BIS does not assume any responsibility for the candidates not being able to
    submit their applications within the last date on account of the aforesaid reasons or for
    any other reason beyond the control of the BIS.
    (xv) Please note that the above procedure is the only valid procedure for applying. No other
    mode of application shall be accepted.
    (xvi) Candidates serving in Govt/Quasi Govt. offices, Public Sector undertakings are
    required to submit ‘No Objection Certificate’ from their employer at the time of
    interview, failing which their candidature may not be considered.
    (xvii) Mere issue of Admit Card will not imply that his/her candidature has been finally
    cleared by the BIS. However, in cases where a candidate had appeared in the written
    examination or even if, called for the interview and such candidate does not fulfill any
    of the laid down selection criteria, his/her candidature will automatically be treated as
    cancelled at any stage. Therefore, before submitting the application, the
    candidate must ensure that he/she fulfills all the eligibility criteria as laid down
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    in this advertisement. His/ her candidature will be purely provisional subject to
    eligibility verification before appointment.
    (xviii) The decision of the BIS about the mode of selection to the post and eligibility
    conditions shall be final and binding. No correspondence will be entertained in this
    regard.
    9. ACTION AGAINST MISCONDUCT
    (i) Candidates are advised in their own interest that they should not furnish any
    particulars that are false, tampered, fabricated or should not suppress any material
    information while filling up the ‘on-line’ application.
    (ii) At any stage of recruitment, if a candidate is or has been found guilty of
    (a) Using unfair means during the examination or
    (b) Impersonating or procuring impersonation by any person or
    (c) Misbehaving in the examination hall or taking away question
    booklet/answer sheet from the examination hall
    (d) Resorting to any irregular means in connection with his/her candidature
    during selection process
    (e) Obtaining support for his/her candidature by any means
    Such candidates in addition to rendering himself/herself liable to criminal prosecution,
    may also be liable to be:
    (a) Disqualified from the examination hall
    (b) Debarred either permanently or for a specified period from any examination/
    recruitment.
    10. IMPORTANT SERVICE CONDITIONS:
    (i) SURETY BOND: A candidate, on appointment to the post of Scientist-B through
    competitive examination, shall furnish a surety bond in the form specified by the Bureau,
    for serving the Bureau for a minimum period of three years. If he/she decides to leave the
    service either by resignation or absence from service without permission earlier than
    three years from the date of employment, he/she shall be required to reimburse the
    Bureau six months’ emoluments at the rate last drawn by him unless he/she has worked
    for a shorter period in which case he/she shall be required to reimburse the full amount
    drawn by him/her.
    (ii) PROBATION: 2 Years.
    (iii) SERVICE BENEFITS: Leave/LTC/Medical benefits are admissible including Leave
    encashment for 15 days in a year.
    (iv) POSTING: Anywhere in India.
    (v) CAREER PROSPECTS: Scientific Cadre Officers of this Organization are presently
    covered under the ‘Flexible Complementing Scheme’ as applicable to various Scientific
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    Organizations with promotions based on performance and assessment or as applicable
    from time to time.
    10. OTHER IMPORTANT DETAILS:
    (i) Candidates are required to apply through ON-LINE only. No documents/certificates
    and application form are required to be sent to BIS by post.
    (ii) BIS will accept fee through Electronic Transfer only. The fee sent other than
    Electronic transfer will not be accepted.
    (iii) Application once made will not be allowed to be withdrawn and fee once paid will
    not be refunded on any count nor can it be held reserve for any other recruitment
    or selection procaess.
    (iv) Canvassing in any form will be a disqualification of candidature.
    (v) In case of any dispute on account of interpretation of this advertisement in version
    other than English, the English version shall prevail.
    ***************

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    Re: Details about BIS Scientist-B examination?

    what u people think will be the cutoff of the bis scientist b exam????????

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