BRIT Management Committee

BRIT Management Commitee (BMC) was reconstituted as under with immediate effect as per the office order BRIT/2(2)/AO-III/13/89 dated October 14 2014. (modified to delete retired BRIT members as on November 7 2015)

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1. Chief Executive, Board of Radiation & Isotope Technology Chairman
2. Dy. Chief Executive, Radiopharmaceuticals - QC & Medical Cyclotron Facility, BRIT Member
3. Sr. General Manager, Marketing & Services, BRIT Member
4. Sr. General Manager, Radiopharmaceutical Production, BRIT Member
5. Sr. General Manager, Electron Beam Processing Services, BRIT Member
6. Sr. General Manager, Engineering & Corporate Planning, BRIT Member
7. Internal Financial Advisor, BARC/BRIT Member
8. Chief Engineer (Fuel), NPCIL Member
9. Head, Radiation Safety Division, AERB Member
10. Head, Isotope Production & Applications Division, BARC Member
11. Head, Reactor Operations Division, BARC Member
12 Head, Telemanipulator Section, Division of Remote Handling & Robotics, BARC Member
13. General Manager, Labelled Compounds, BRIT Member
14. Chief Administrative Officer, BRIT Member-Secretary

The functions of the committee remain unchanged.

The main functions of the Committee include

i) To review the technical programme of various operations of BRIT from time to time and to advise the Chief  Executive, BRIT in the smooth operation of various programmes undertaken by BRIT.

ii)  To examine and consider the revenue budget of BRIT   and finalise the proposals for approval of DAE.

iii)  To consider and decide on general matters concerning operations of BRIT and to make recommendation regarding.

a) Nominations of officers and staff of BRIT for being deputed abroad under the various training programmes sponsored by IAEA etc. and on scholarships and fellowships offered by Foreign Governments including extension of such deputations.

b)  Deputation abroad of officers for participation in international conferences,  symposia and meetings organized by IAEA and other international organizations.

c)  Sending officers/staff on foreign service within and outside India.

d) To consider and approve nominations of personnel for training/short term courses  not exceeding six months in India.

e) To consider and approve nominations of staff for attending symposia conferences etc. convened in India.

f)  To consider the grant of special leave to staff for higher studies/training abroad.

iv)  Matters connected with universities such as nomination of members of staff to various university bodies, invitation to visiting professors and visiting members in accordance with the procedures laid down.  To accord permission to officers for recognition as a guide in various universities for the award of higher degrees (M.Sc./PhD etc.)

v)  To screen the recommendations for promotions/appointments to posts in Scientific and Technical categories upto and including grades SO/E personnel in BRIT.

vi) Staff welfare.

vii) To consider and make suitable recommendations on any matters referred to it by the Chief Executive, BRIT.

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