ISRO Recruitment 2019 - 2020

ISRO Recruitment 2019: Engineers can Apply Online for 327 Fresh Scientist Vacancies, Salary Rs 56,100

ISRO recruitment 2019 for engineers is being conducted as of now, and candidates can apply online for as many as 327 Scientist/Engineer positions

ISRO recruitment 2019 for engineers has begun for as many as 327 vacancies as part of the centralised recruitment of the Indian Space Research Organisation. The vacancies available are that of Scientist/Engineer positions for different streams of engineering and the mode of application is online. Selected candidates are eligible for a pay of Rs 56,100 per month, which is level 10 in the pay matrix. In addition, dearness allowance (DA), house rent allowance (HRA) and transport allowance are payable as per extant rules on the subject

Who can Apply for ISRO Recruitment 2019 for Engineers?

As per the official ISRO Recruitment 2019 notification issued on the ISRO website, the total number of available vacancies are 327 of which 131 are for candidates with Electronics Engineering, 135 are for candidates with Mechanical Engineering, 58 are for candidates with Computer Science Engineering, and 3 are for candidates with Electronics Engineering (Autonomous Body).

All engineering degrees must be of BE, BTech or equivalent in First Class with an aggregate minimum of 65 percent marks or CGPA 6.84/10. As this is the centralised ISRO recruitment, candidates who are selected are liable to be posted at any ISRO centre or Department of Space centre across the country.

How to Apply for ISRO Recruitment 2019 for Engineers?

Interested and eligible candidates need to apply online on the official ISRO website, and all other modes of application will be rejected. The application for online registration will be hosted in the ISRO website between 15 October 2019 and 04 November 2019. Interested and eligible candidates registered under National Career Services (NCS) portal and fulfilling the eligibility conditions may apply.

Upon registration, applicants will be provided with an online Registration Number, which should be carefully preserved for future reference. E-mail ID of the applicant is to be given in the application on a mandatory basis. An online application fee of Rs 100 needs to be made as well using Internet Banking/Debit Card or ‘offline’ by visiting nearest SBI Branch. Interested and eligible candidates are advised to go through the for ISRO recruitment 2019 notification in detail before applying for the 327 Scientist/Engineers vacancies.

17 comments

  1. GAUTAM

    Now days lot of ISRO advertisement are coming online. Guys be aware of the fake ones. There may be also chance that this advertisement can be bogus. And just because these posts are government and highly paid like, and as you know lakhs of graduated and diploma and all students are unemployed or not have fixed salaried position like, this central department’s earn crores of rupees by generating only few jobs and through application fees. It’s like only 100 posts are der and lakhs of eligible people apply. If calculated their application fees becomes in crores. They might be also doing this to fill their funds for their mission and all.

    • Ravi Das Gupta

      Wow.. man… this advertisement is on the official ISRO website. I checked. I don’t think ISRO will put fake ads. They also later announce results and declare the names of selected candidates. And making money out online application fee for “their missions”? Lol lol lol. Dude one mission costs 1000 crores of Rupees. They will make that out of online application? I mean lol!!!! 😀 😀

  2. RAVIKUMAR

    ISRO JOB IS SPACE RESEARCH. ITS NOT ASKING ANY AEROSPACE OR AERONAUTICAL CANDIDATES AND INSTEAD ASKING FOR MECHANICAL DEGREE HOLDERS. LIKE AGRICULTURAL SCIENTISTS ARE FROM AGRI GRADUATES COMMUNITY, ISRO OR SPACE RESEARCH ORGANISATIONS SHOULD PREFER AERO SPACE ENGINEERING GRADUATES. THEN WHY THIS SPECIAL STUDY OF AERO SPACE

    • Mickey

      It’s not only about space research. They have lot of other job profiles that need mechanical, electrical and other streams. Not all scientists working in ISRO are aerospace engineers

  3. Arun

    Mr Gautam, online application fee is mainly to encourage only good candidates with correct qualifications to apply. If they nake it free, all TOM DICK and HARRY will apply even of they are not qualified. Imagine how hard it becomes for recruiters to pick correct applications? So by paying fee only deserving candidates will apply. So lesser applications of better candidates.

  4. Manikanta

    Bro please tell civil engineers are eligible for this job & when we also join in isro scientists with civil engineers & this is possible or not

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