ISRO apprenticeship 2019 for engineers for 158 Technician Apprentice vacancies, which was supposed to be conducted today via walk-in-interviews, has been postponed to 7 September 2019, says a notification available on the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) website. The technician apprentices will now be appointed in September, and a detailed notification regarding the same will be issued shortly, says VSSC.
The walk-in-interview was initially stated to be held on 17 August 2019 from 9:30 am to 5 pm IST at the VSSC pavilion at Government Polytechnic College, Kalamassery. Candidates had also been asked to register their names online with www.mhrdnats.gov.in or at Supervisory Development Centre, Kalamassery through their website www.sdcentre.org prior to the walk-in-interview.
The reason for the postponement of ISRO apprenticeship 2019 for engineers is heavy rain in Kerala. “Kindly note that due to heavy rain and landslides in Kerala, the centralized walk-in-interview for the selection of Technician Apprentices scheduled by BOAT at Kalamassery on 17.08.2019 has been postponed to 7.09.2019,” says the notification.
VSSC had earlier this month announced a vacancy of 158 vacancies for technician apprentices for those holding first-class diploma degrees, and of which 46 are for mechanical engineers, 40 for electronics engineers, 25 for chemical engineers, 15 for computer science engineers, 10 for electrical engineers, 8 for civil engineers and 6 for instrument technology.
The apprentices would be engaged for a period of one year, and entitled to a monthly stipend of Rs 3542. Candidates interested to appear for the interview to be held on 7 September 2019 for the 158 Technician Apprentice vacancies are advised to visit the official VSSC website for the latest updates.