Indian Space Research Organization’s (ISRO) Centralized Recruitment Board (ICRB) has issued a notification for the recruitment of Scientist/ Engineer SC vacancies in various disciplines such as Electronics, Mechanical and Computer Science on temporary basis. Eligible candidates can apply online from May 5th 2016 to May 25th 2016.
“Success is 99% perspiration and 1% inspiration”
-goes a saying. Yes to be successful you need to work hard and particularly for clearing competitive examinations where you are competing with crores of fellow aspirants you need to be on your toes in terms of preparation. Almost all the people who have cleared competitive exams like UPSC, TNPSC etc have undergone intense levels of training inorder to secure their dream job. So to pass out with flying colors in competitive exams you need to put in intense hardwork and dedication and also believe strongly in your potentials thereby improving your overall confidence levels.
ISRO Recruitment 2016 Important Details:
Number of Vacancy:
Vacancies by Department:
1. Electronics - 216
2. Mechanical - 109
3. Computer Science – 50
Candidates should possess BE/ B.Tech or equivalent qualification in first class with an aggregate minimum of 65% marks.
(1) Written test
Candidates should pay Rs.100/- at any nearest branch of SBI through the Challan generated in the favor of ISRO. SC, ST, Ex-Servicemen, PWD & women candidates are exempted from fee payment.
Eligible candidates may apply online through the website & send the Bank Challan copy through ordinary post only and envelope superscribed with “ICRB – RECRUITMENT OF SCIENTIST/ ENGINEER ‘SC’” addressed to the below address by June 1st 2016.
Senior Administrative Officer (ICRB),
New BEL Road,
Bengaluru – 560094.
Online Application mode starts on: 5th May 2016
Online Application mode ends on: 25th May 2016
Fee payment to be done before: 26th May 2016
Applications must be submitted by: 1st June 2016
Date of Offline test: July 3rd 2016
Date of release of Answer keys: July 7th 2016
Last date for clearing Candidate’s objections: July 12th 2016