If the Indian Space Research Organisation has fascinated you, here is a golden opportunity to be a part of the national organisation!
ISRO’s Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre (LPSC) has opened its doors for recruitment and seeks applications from candidates for positions such as technical assistant, Hindi typist, technician, fireman and catering attendant starting December 5, 2017.
A research and development handle of ISRO, LPSC is the lead centre for development and realisation of earth-to-orbit advanced propulsion stages for launch vehicles along with in-space propulsion systems for spacecraft.
Here is everything you need to know about the recruitment drive for LPSC units located at Valiamala near Thiruvananthapuram and at Bangalore:
1. For the post of technical assistant, Hindi typist, technician ‘B’, fireman ‘A’ and catering attendant ‘A’, you can register and apply online until 2 pm, December 18. However, if you have sent your declaration form through ordinary or speed post, LPSC will be accepting the applications on and before December 26.
2. Exempting women, Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST), ex-servicemen and persons with disabilities (PWD) candidates, one would require paying an application fee of ₹150. Candidate from the non-exempted categories who haven’t paid the application fee will not be considered.
3. Application fee has to be paid online through debit card or Internet banking only through integrated SBI ePay facility. No other mode of payment will be acceptable, and the fee will not be refundable under any circumstances.
4. You can check the eligibility criteria and vacancy details for each position in the table below:
So hurry up and make sure that you apply for eligible posts before December 18. For more information about the recruitment, you can click here.
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