ISRO recruitment drive for the year of 2019, latest news and updates.
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A great opportunity for people who aspire to work in ISRO. With the recent developments in space program undertaken by ISRO, you can have the opportunity to work for the organization and work in exciting projects undertaken by the organization. ISRO invites applications for the post of Scientist/Engineer ‘SC’ in Level 10 Pay Matrix. Graduates from Recognized universities are invited.
Post of Scientist/Engineer for branches mentioned below(Group A Gazetted posts):-
Electronics – 131
Mechanical – 135
Computer Science – 58
Electronics (Autonomous body-Group A Non Gazetted posts) – 3
B.E/B.Tech or equivalent in First class with an aggregate of 65% marks or C.G.P.A 6.84/10
Age limit:- 35 years as on 04/11/2019.
Age relaxation for Ex-servicemen and PWBD candidates.
Application Fee:- Rs 100/-
Written test and Interview. Also, Final selection based on performance in Interview alone for candidates, who score more than 60% in interviews.
Pay scale:- Rs. 56,100/- p.m plus allowances. and other government perks.
Online registration start – 15/10/2019
Online registration end – 04/11/2019
Fee Payment end date – 06/11/2019
Date of Exam – 12/01/2020
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Indian Space Research Organization, or better known as ISRO, its acronym, is an Indian space agency working under the Government of India.
Who set up ISRO?
It was set up by Dr. Vikram Sarabhai on 15th August 1969.
Where is the Headquarters of ISRO?
The Headquarters of ISRO is at Bangalore.
What is the vision of ISRO?
Its vision is to “harness space technology for national development while pursuing space science research & planetary exploration”
Who is current chairman of ISRO?
Kailasavadivoo Sivan is current chairman of ISRO.
He headed Chandrayaan-2 mission and in future will head Chanrayaan-3 and Gaganyaan missions.
ISRO released GSAT-30 into a Geosynchronous Transfer orbit by Arine 5 VA251 on 17th January 2020.
Features of GSAT-30
- GSAT-30 a communication satellite from the Geosynchronous orbit in C and Ku bands.
- It is replacement of INSAT-4A satellite.
- GSAT-30 is configured on I-3K Bus structure.
- Coverage area includes India, island coverage in Ku band and extended coverage of Gulf countries, large number of Asian countries and Australia in C band.
- Launch mass 3357 kg.
- Designed in-orbit operational life more than 15 years.
Wish to know more about GSAT-30?
Follow the link below to watch the official ISRO video about GSAT-30 information.
source for video – ISRO.gov.in
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