ADVT. No. ISRO HQ:02:2019 dated 07.06.2019
(Electrical) job Position in Indian
Space Research Organization
No. of Vacancy : 01 (Unreserved)
Qualification : First
Class Diploma in Electrical Engineering from a recognized Institution/
Pay : Level 07 (Rs.44,900 - Rs.1,42,400/-)
Age Limit : 35 years as on 27.06.2019.
Note :- Candidate should possess the qualification as
on the last date specified for submission of online application. Candidate
possessing higher qualifications (BTech etc) are eligible to apply only if they
possess the essential qualification specified above.
Location : New Delhi
Application Fee : The Application Fee is Rs.100/- (Rupees
One Hundred Only) for each application. Candidates may make the payment
‘online’ using Internet Banking/Debit Card or ‘Offline’ by visiting nearest SBI
Branch. Candidates after submitting their application can pay application fee
immediately or any day before the last date for fee payment which is
28.06.2019. The last date for submitting online application is 27.06.2019.
Selection Process : The qualification prescribed and the
benchmark are only the MINIMUM requirement and fulfilling the same does not
automatically make candidates eligible for Written Test. Initial screening will
be conducted to short-list candidates for taking-up written test which will be
conducted on 04.08.2019 at New Delhi. The time and venue details will be
notified in the website. Call letters for Written Test will be sent by e-mail
to all shortlisted candidates.
Methodology : Candidates will be
shortlisted for Skill Test based on the performance in the Written Test and
taking into consideration number of vacancies notified. Skill Test will be
Curriculum based. The Skill Test shall be evaluated on a 100 points scale with
minimum 60% for qualification. Skill Test will be go-no-go basis. The final
selection will be based on the marks scored in the Written Test from among the
candidates who qualify in the Skill Test.
The space research activities were initiated in our country during the early 1960’s, when applications using satellites were in experimental stages even in the United States. With the live transmission of Tokyo Olympic Games across the Pacific by the American Satellite ‘Syncom-3’ demonstrating the power of communication satellites, Dr. Vikram Sarabhai, the founding father of Indian space programme, quickly recognized the benefits of space technologies for India.