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ISRO Recruitment 2019 for Engineers: Online Registrations for Scientist and Technical Assistant Vacancies Begin

ISRO recruitment 2019 for engineers is currently being conducted by NESAC for Scientist ‘SC’ and Technical Assistant ‘TA’ vacancies

ISRO recruitment 2019 for engineers is being conducted by the North Eastern Space Applications Centre (NESAC) for various ISRO centres across the country. Selected candidates would be paid a minimum pay of Rs 56,100 for the Scientist ‘SC’ and Rs 44,900 for the Technical Assistant Vacancies. There are a total of 10 vacancies available of which 8 are Scientist ‘SC’ and 2 are Technical Assistant Vacancies.

Who can Apply for the ISRO Recruitment 2019 for Engineers?

For the two Technical Assistant vacancies that are for unreserved candidates, the eligibility required is first-class diploma in electronics engineering, electronics and telecommunication engineering, electronics and instrumentation engineering from an institute or university recognized by AICTE; and first-class diploma in electrical engineering. Deserving candidates can get paid up to Rs 1,42,400.

For the 8 Scientist vacancies, a corrigendum has been issued on the official ISRO website, which the candidates are advised to go through in detail before applying for the posts. Selected and deserving candidates can get paid a salary of up to Rs 1,77,500.

How to Apply Online for ISRO Recruitment 2019 for Engineers?

Indian candidates who hold the above-mentioned eligibility between the ages of 18 and 35 years can apply for the posts online on the official NESAC website until 16 September 2019 at 3 pm IST. Candidates who wish to apply for the Scientist ‘SC’ vacancies can click here, and those who want to apply for Technical Assistant ‘TA’ vacancies can click here. An online application fee of Rs 500 is required to be paid by candidates, unless exempted from payment, via State Bank Collect service through Credit Card, Debit Card, or Internet Banking. The application fee is non-refundable. Only passed candidates are eligible to apply and students awaiting final results are not eligible to apply for the posts. For more details on the job and online application, candidates are advised to go through the official ISRO and NESAC website in detail.

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