ISRO Recruitment 2020 for Scientist / Engineer: The result of ISRO Scientist / Engineer 2020 (Civil, Electrical, Architecture, RAC) is now available. The result is relased in the form a merit list contains the roll numbers of the shortlisted candidates for the interview. The exam was held on January 12, 2019 for the recruitment in the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) for the posts of Scientist/Engineer. Check all the information related to ISRO recruitment 2020 for Scientist/ Engineer including the result, cut off scores, meril list etc.
Latest: ISRO 2020 Scientist / Engineer result is out for Civil, Electrical, Architecture, RAC. Check here
ISRO Recruitment 2020 for Scientist / Engineer
Candidate will be provided with an opportunity to challenge the answer key of written examination within 3 days of the publishing of the answer keys by ISRO Centralised Recruitment Board (ICRB) . Important dates related to ISRO recruitment 2020, are given below.
|ISRO Recruitment 2020 for Scientist/Engineer||Important Dates|
|Start date for the application process||24 Sept 2019|
|Last date to apply||14 Oct 2019|
|Last date for the submission of application fee||16 Oct 2019|
|Issuance of Admit Card||30 Dec 2019|
|ISRO Recruitment Exam date||12 Jan 2020|
|Release of Answer Key||18 Jan 2020|
|Declaration Of result||27 Feb 2020|
ISRO has sent the admit cards to the candidates through emails. Candidates can check their emails and also their application status here.
ISRO Recruitment for Scientist/Engineer 2020 Result
Result for the recruitment in ISRO for Scientist/Engineer post is declared on the official website, isro.gov.in. Result is released in the form of Merit List. After the conduction of written examination, answer keys are released. On the basis of final answer key, result is prepared and published. Only those candidates who have cleared the written examination will be able to download the result. After the interview round, the final selection of the candidates is made and final result will be declared.
ISRO Recruitment for Scientist/Engineer 2020 Answer Key
After the conduction of ISRO written examination, answer keys is published on the official website of ISRO, isro.gov.in. Answer keys is published within 5 working days from the date of written examination. In case, candidate is not satisfied with the answer provided on the answer key, they can raise objection against the answer provided with valid justification within 3 days from the date of publication of answer key. Raised objections will be examined by the experts. After proper examination, if there is any correct objections, then further steps will be taken as per that. Objections received after the given date will not be considered.
ISRO Recruitment for Scientist/Engineer 2020 Admit Card
Once candidates are done with the application process, candidates will be called for written examination who are found eligible as per eligibility criteria. Call letters for written examination will be sent to candidates only by email provided at the time of registration. Candidates have to save it and take a print out of it for future selection stages.
Details present in the Admit card
While downloading the Admit card, candidates have to check these details.
- Applicant’s name
- Examination centre
- Examination date and time.
ISRO Recruitment 2020 for Scientist/Engineer Exam Cities
Here is the table showcasing the examination cities which will be allotted to the candidate.
ISRO Recruitment 2020 for Scientist/Engineer Application Form
Application form for the various ISRO Recruitment 2020 were available online. Application process is now over. After registration, applicants were provided with the registration number which they have to keep for future reference.
To apply for ISRO Recruitment, candidates first have to visit the official ISRO website. On successful registration, candidate will be provided with online registration number which candidate have to keep for future. No documents are required to be uploaded except for applicant’s photograph. After the payment of application fee, online or offline mode, the application form will be considered complete.
Application Fee for ISRO Recruitment 2020 for Scientist /Engineer
To pay Application fee, candidates first have to click on ‘Make Payment’ button. Application Fee per application is Rs. 100/-. On clicking the button, you will be directed to State bank Multiple Option Payments Systems (MOPS). Application fee can be paid online as well as offline.
- Net banking – SBI.
- Net banking – Other banks.
- Debit Card – SBI.
- Debit Card – Other banks.
- Credit Card – SBI.
- Credit card – Other banks.
Candidates who wish to pay the application fee through Offline mode, have to download, print and then pay the application fee. Fee should be paid in cash within 3 days of the generation of challan to the SBI branch.
ISRO Recruitment 2020 for Scientist/Engineer Eligibility Criteria
Candidates can check the eligibility criteria for the post of Scientist/ Engineer here given below. Make sure that you fulfill the eligibility criteria prescribed before applying.
Scientist/Engineer ‘SC’ (Civil)
B.tech/B.E or its equivalent in Civil engineering with a minimum 65% marks in first class or 6.84 CGPA .
Scientist/Engineer ‘SC’ (Electrical)
B.Tech/B.E or its equivalent in Electrical and electronics engineering or Electrical engineering in first class with minimum 65% marks or 6.84 CGPA.
Scientist/Engineer ‘SC’ (Refrigeration And Air Conditioning)
B.Tech/B.E or its equivalent in Mechanical Engineering in Refrigeration and Air conditioning or allied subjects as an elective or as a core subject in any semester in 1st class with 65% minimum aggregate marks or 6.84 CGPA.
Scientist/Engineer ‘SC’ (Architecture)
First class in bachelor’s degree of architecture with 65% minimum aggregate marks or 6.84 CGPA and Registration with Council of Architecture.
Candidates age should be 35 years as on 14.10.2019. For ST candidates, 40 years and for OBC candidates 38 years of age relaxation. PWBD candidates and Ex-servicemen are also eligible for age relaxation as per government rules.
ISRO Recruitment 2020 for Scientist/Engineer Selection Procedure
Candidates have to go through two rounds to be declared as selected for the Scientist/Engineer 2020. Candidates can check the procedure of selection below.
If candidate is found eligible as per the eligibility criteria, he/she will be selected to take written examination.
After qualifying the written examination, candidates will be shortlisted for the interview round. Final selection will be made only on the basis of the performance in the interview round with minimum 60% marks in the interview.
ISRO Recruitment for Scientist/Engineer 2020 Vacancies
Vacancies for different posts is divided as per the reservation policy. Before filling the post of your choice, check the reservation status and number of vacancies for each post.
|Post Name||Number of vacancies||Reservation status|
|Scientist/Engineer ‘SC’ – Civil||11||Unreserved – 05 OBC – 05EWS – 01|
|Scientist/Engineer ‘SC’ – electrical||05||Unreserved – 03 OBC – 01ST – 01|
|Scientist/Engineer ‘SC’ – Refrigeration and Air conditioning||04||Unreserved – 03 OBC – 01|
|Scientist/Engineer ‘SC’ – Architecture||01||Unreserved – 01|
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is an Indian space agency of the Government of India. It was established 50 years ago, on August 15, 1969. The Indian National Committee for Space Research (INCOSPAR) was established under Jawaharlal Nehru. ISRO build its first satellite , Aryabhatt, and launched it on April 19, 1975. Recently it launched Chandrayaan – 2. Some of the future plans of ISRO includes development of Small satellite launch vehicle, development of reusable launch vehicle, unified launch vehicle and more.
ISRO official website : isro.gov.in
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ISRO Scientist / Engineer Recruitment 2019-2020 Exam Frequently Asked Questions
Ans : Your registration number will be displayed on the screen after you are done with the application process. The same will be given to your email. Keep your registration ID safe for future reference.
Ans : You can choose ‘other universities’ option in such cases.
Ans : No documents are required to send out the ISRO headquarters. If you are already employed under the central or state government or PSU, you need to send your ‘No Objection Certificate’ from the concerned employer.
Ans : No. details once filled can not be rectified. You must be careful while filling the application form and recheck it before final submission.
Ans : Age relaxation for ex-servicemen is as per Government of India orders.