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ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) is involved in Research and Development projects in the field of Space Science and Technology for making the country proud by successfully developing and designing satellite Launch Vehicles and Communication/Remote Sensing Satellites. ISRO currently active and serving the country in the areas of television broadcast, Location based services, telecommunication, meteorological application and in management of our natural resources. The Indian Space Programme continues to achieve successful targets on all related areas to achive self-reliance in space technology and its applications for national development.
The future ISRO program envisions development of cutting edge technologies for reusable satellite launch vehicle, development of advanced technologies for Human Spaceflight Program, advanced high efficiency semi-cryogenic propulsion engine, advanced communication satellite, air breathing propulsion, satellite based navigation system, hyper spectral imaging sensors, lunar & planetary exploration etc.
Challenging opportunities present at ISRO to handle development of innovative technologies and establish the advanced space science infrastructure needed for space exploration and more.
BE/B.Tech or equivalent qualification in first class with an aggregate minimum of 65% marks or CGPA 6.84/10 (average of all semesters for which results are available). The qualification prescribed and the benchmark are only the MINIMUM requirement and fulfilling the same does not automatically make candidates eligible for Written Test.
- Applied Electronics
- Electrical Electronics
- Electronics & Communication
- Electronics & power
- Electronics & Telecommunication
- Industrial Electronics
- Power Electronics
- Instrumentation Technology
- Instrumentation & Control
- Electronics & Instrumentation
- Industrial Engineering
- Industrial Management
- Industrial Production
- Manufacturing Sciences/Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Production Engineering
- Production Management
- Aeronautical Engineering
- Aerospace Engineering
- Computer Science
- Information Science
- Information Technology
ISRO Exam Pattern
Selection process at ISRO can be broadly divided into 3 parts – Initial screening, Written Test and Interview.
- You will be shortlisted for the written test on the basis of your academic performance and biodata. This process is called Screening of applications.
- Once you are shortlisted, you will be sent Call Letters by E-mail only.
- The main selection process has two stages – Written Test + Interview.
- The pattern of written test will be:
240 (3 marks
- There will be 80 Questions (objective type) carrying equal marks in the written test.
- There is negative marking in the exam. For each wrong response, you lose 33% marks allotted to the questions.
- Upon clearing the Written Test, you will be shortlisted for Interview.
- You need to score minimum 60% marks in the interview to get selected.
- Final selection will take place on the basis of Interview only, and not the written test.