|Name of the post||ISRO Various Post Recruitment|
|Job Posting Date||15-02-2020|
|Total Number of Vacancies||182 Post|
ISRO Various Post Online Form 2020
ISRO Various Post Recruitment 2020 Apply Online :- Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Has invited online application form in February 2020 for the recruitment of various posts on advertisement number 01/2020. Candidates who are waiting for recruitment in ISRO, they can apply for recruitment online by reading the complete information correctly.
Name of The Vacancies : Information about Technician-B / DRAFTSMAN-B / Technical Assistant / Scientific Assistant / Library Assistant / Hindi Typist / Catering ATTENDANT-‘A ‘/ COOK / FIREMAN-‘A’ / HEAVY VEHICLE DRKERA.
Important Details of ISRO Vacancy
|Application Start date||15-02-2020|
|Application Last date||06-03-2020|
|Last Date of Fee Payment:||07/03/2020|
|Exam Date:||Notified Soon (Not Available)|
|Admit Card Available:||Notified Soon (Not Available)|
|Application Fee||General and OBC: Rs.250 / –|
SC / ST / PH: Rs.0 / –
All Category Women: Rs. 0 / –
Note: Candidates can pay the examination fee only through debit card, credit card, net banking, e challan.
ISRO’s Running Project in Bangalore
ISRO’s Running Project in Bangalore : Located in Bangalore, URSC is the major center of ISRO for satellite technology. Where URSC is at the forefront of spacecraft technology, and is in the direction of spacecraft design, development, construction, testing, launch and orbit management of spacecraft. As a sequel to its mandate of spacecraft development, the center is engaged in developing cutting edge technologies of relevance to its activities And is developing infrastructural structures for the design, development, construction and testing of spacecraft.
Over a period of four decades, URSC has successfully established the Indian National Satellite (INSAT) system, which is one of the largest domestic communication satellite systems in the Asia-Pacific region and the Indian Remote Sensing (IRS) system. Constellations of seven satellites will soon be operational for an important national applications with an independent Indian satellite based regional positioning system with the Indian National Constellation (NAVIC).
The Mars Orbiter Mission, Chandrayaan-I, Astrosat are some of the scientific and exploration missions that have gained international attention. The future missions being undertaken by the URSC are extremely challenging and provide an opportunity for the development of innovative technologies and the establishment of the advanced infrastructure required for space exploration and beyond.