Updated January 1st, 2024 at 11:52 IST

How to become an ISRO scientist? Vacancies on offer; Check eligibility, salary, steps to apply here

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has published a recruitment notification for 19 scientist positions on its official website.

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The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has published a recruitment notification for 19 scientist positions on its official website. The application process for these openings commences on December 26 via the official website, concluding on January 15, 2024. Interested candidates meeting the eligibility criteria can apply by visiting careers.sac.gov.in. Key details including age limits, qualifications, application procedures, salaries, and educational prerequisites are available here.

ISRO Scientist Recruitment 2024:

-   Recruitment Authority:   Indian Space Research Organisation
-   Posts Name:   Scientist
-   Total Vacancies:   19
-   Mode of Application:   Online
-   Vacancy Announced on:   December 26, 2023
-   Application Start Date:   December 26, 2023
-   Application End Date:   January 15, 2024 (5 pm)

Interested candidates are encouraged to download the official notification for these Scientist Posts through the provided link for a comprehensive understanding before applying.

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  Application Fee:

-   General/OBC/EWS:   Rs 750
-   SC/ST/PwBD/ESM and all category female:   Nil

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Post TitleNumber of Vacancies
Scientist/Engineer - SC (Agriculture)8
Scientist/Engineer - SC (Atmospheric Sciences and Oceanography)8
Scientist/Engineer - SC (Computer Science Engineering)3

  ISRO Recruitment: Eligibility and Age Limit

-   Age Limit:   18 to 28 years as of January 15, 2024, with relaxation for reserved category candidates.

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Scientist/Engineer-'SC' (Agriculture)

  • Qualifications: Candidates must possess an M.Sc. in Agricultural Physics, Agricultural Meteorology, Agronomy, or an equivalent degree with a minimum aggregate of 65% marks (averaged across all years/semesters) or a CGPA grading of 6.84 on a 10-point scale.

Scientist/Engineer-'SC' (Atmospheric Sciences and Oceanography)

  • Qualifications: Candidates should hold an M.Sc. in Physics, Atmospheric Sciences, Meteorology, Ocean Sciences, or a similar qualification with an aggregate minimum of 65% marks (averaged across all years/semesters) or a CGPA grading of 6.84 on a 10-point scale.

Scientist/Engineer-'SC' (Computer Science Engineering)

  • Qualifications: Candidates must possess an M.E. / M.Tech. in Computer Science & Engineering with specialization in Image Processing, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, or Computer Vision, with an aggregate minimum of 60% marks or a CGPA/CPI grading of 6.5 on a 10-point scale.

 Selection Procedure:

Candidates will undergo a written examination followed by an interview. The selection will be based on performance in the written test, shortlisting in a ratio of 1:5 for interviews.

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ISRO Scientist Salary Details 

Selected candidates will be placed in pay level 10 of the pay scale Rs 56,100 - Rs 1,77,500, with additional allowances and benefits as per government regulations.

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How to apply for ISRO Scientist Recruitment 

1. Visit the official website: careers.sac.gov.in
2. Click on the register button
3. Fill in the application form following the instructions to generate a unique number upon submission.
4. Pay applicable fees (if any)
5. Download and print the application for future reference.

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Published January 1st, 2024 at 11:52 IST