ISRO Recruitment includes recruitment to various posts in Indian Space Research Organisation. Job seekers in India who wish to work with ISRO can get here all information related to ISRO Recruitment. In order to notify candidates about upcoming vacancies, ongoing recruitment process, ISRO regularly publishes details of vacancy.
Recruitment in ISRO is done on basis of merit or exam or interviews. Sometimes for certain posts there are more than one stages of selection. Cut off for selection is decided by ISRO. Candidate can know all about ISRO Recruitment selection process, important dates, apply online, admit card, result by going to relevant ISRO Recruitment page.
ISRO Recruitment 2017
Indian Space Reserach Organisation releases ISRO Recruitment Notification, ISRO Recruitment Application Form, ISRO Recruitment Admit Card, ISRO Recruitment Result, in that order.
There are several technical as well as non technical jobs in ISRO. It is a great place to work in. Although ISRO headquarters are in Bengaluru (or Bangalore), job location could be in other cities as well.
Candidates from various backgrounds apply and get job in ISRO. Know here all about ISRO Recruitment.
Indian Space Research Organisation [ISRO] / Department of Space Centres / Units are engaged in Research and Development activities in application of Space Science and Technology for the benefit of society at large and for serving the nation by achieving self-reliance and developing capacity to design and build Launch Vehicles and Communication / Remote Sensing Satellites and thereafter launch them.
ISRO strives to serve the nation in the areas of television broadcast, telecommunication, meteorological application and in management of our natural resources. The Indian space programme continues to pursue successful goals on all fronts in meeting the objective of achieving self reliance in space technology and its applications for national development.
The Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre is a major space research centre of the Indian Space Research Organisation, focusing on rocket and space vehicles for India’s satellite programme. It is located in Thiruvananthapuram, in the Indian state of Kerala.