ISRO has been recruiting over the recent past. The organisation hired candidates for its Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre in December 2017. The jobs were open to non-engineers as well. Read more about it here.
This latest recruitment drive, however, is for engineers and scientists.
Around 28 posts for Scientists/Engineers ‘SC’ in Level 10 of the pay matrix, are open to graduates in the fields of Electrical, Architecture, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineering, and Civil disciplines. If you want to begin your career on a great note, you should apply on ISRO’s website, before March 5th.
There are specific criteria to be met for the posts.
1) The age limit for interested candidates in 35 years (as of March 5, 2018) and for candidates belonging to the SC/ST category, it is 40 years.
2) For candidates belonging to the OBC Category, the age limit is 38 years.
3) There are age relaxation norms for ex-servicemen, and persons with disabilities, in accordance with Government rules.
4) Prospective candidates must have a BE/B.Tech or equivalent in concerned engineering programmes, with a minimum aggregate of 65%, or a CGPA of 6.84/10.
The application fee is Rs 100, which can be paid online using Netbanking or a Debit Card or can be paid offline by visiting the nearest SBI branch. Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Ex-servicemen and Persons with Disabilities are exempt from paying the application fee.
If you apply and get shortlisted, ISRO will call you for a written test, which will be conducted on April 22nd, in pre-determined venues in the following locations:-
Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Bhopal, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Chennai, Lucknow, Kolkata, New Delhi, Thiruvananthapuram, and Mumbai.
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So, for those of you aspiring to work with ISRO, apply now, and see your dreams take flight!
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