ISRO Recruitment 2020: Indian Space Research Organisation announced the Latest Jobs Notification for the Recruitment of Scientist, Technical Assistant and Other Vacancies. As per the ISRO Recruitment, candidates acquired qualifications of B.E. / B.Tech or M.E. / M.Tech or PhD or M.Sc or Diploma or ITI are eligible. Interested candidates, who are willing to acquire a job may apply within the last date as noticed in the official notification. All the skilled and talented aspirants, who are willing to acquire a job may keep visiting our official web page for further job notifications over ISRO, as listed below. Hopeful aspirants can also check other information like Selection process, application fee and more details as mentioned below.
Indian Space Research Organisation has released the Latest Recruitment Notification to fulfil the 55 Scientist, Technical Assistant and Other Vacancies. Candidates, who have qualifications of B.E. / B.Tech or M.E. / M.Tech or PhD or M.Sc or Diploma or ITI are eligible. Interested candidates may apply within the last date as noticed in the official notification. Howwever, hopeful candidates may know further information regarding the ISRO Recruitment 2020, as mentioned below.
Total No. of Vacancies: 55
Educational Qualifications and Vacancy Details:
|Name of the Post||Educational Qualifications||No. of Vacancies|
|Scientist / Engineer-SD||PhD||02|
|Scientist / Engineer-SC||M.Sc or M.E. / M.Tech or B.E. / B.Tech||19|
|Technical Assistant||Diploma in Electronics / Mechanical / Civil / Electrical Engineering||06|
|Technician-B||ITI Pass in relevant trade||25|
How to Apply:
|Last Date to Apply Online||03rd April 2020|
|Data of Written Examination||07th June 2020|
To Download Official Notification: CLICK HERE
To Apply Online: CLICK HERE
About Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO): Indian Space Research Organisation was estbalished in the 15th August 1969 and its headqaurters is located at Bangalore in Karnataka, India. ISRO was founded under the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) and in 1972, the Department of Space was formed by the government in power and the ISRO was transferred from DAE to the new Department of Space. ISRO is managed by the Department of Space, which reports to the prime minister of India. The prime objective of ISRO is to use space technology and its application to various national tasks.
ISRO also started the RESPOND programme in the 1970's with the objecitve of encouraging academia to participate and contribute in various Space related reserach activites. ISRO has applied its technology for telemedicine, directly connecting patients in rural areas to medical professionals in urban locations via satellites. Conferences, workshops and publications, which are of relevance to Space programme, are also being supported. Fellowships / Associateships / Scientists are are awarded for specific projects or Education / Research Schemes approved by ISRO.
The objectives of ISRO are to design and development and realization of Communication Satellites, Earch Observation Satellites, International Cooperation, Promotion of Space Technology etc. Institutions like the INdira Gandhi Naitonal Open Univeristy and the Indian Institutes of Technology use satellites for scholarly applications. ISRO Education Portal was set up to create awareness about country's space programmes and provide videos related to space initiatives, science and school and engineering etc. ISRO provides many job opportunities for the candidates having required qualifications to work in space.
ISRO has achieved a great feat in space expedition and operations, including sending unmanned misisons to the moon as well as the nearby plant-Mars. The vision of the ISRO is to provide harness space technology for national development, while pusrsuing spaces science research and planetary exploration and the mission is to design & development of launch vehicles and related technologies for providing access to space as well as design & development of satellites and related technologies for earth observation,c ommunication, navigation, meterology and space science.