Online registrations for ISRO recruitment 2020 at the U R Rao Satellite Centre, Bengaluru have begun. While most interested candidates are aware that the online applications for jobs are accepted on the official Indian Space Research Organisation website, ISRO has issued a note of caution for the rest.
ISRO has warned job seekers not to take cognizance of fake offers of appointment for the post of ‘Scientist’ or as ‘Trainee’ in Indian Space Research Organisation that is being generated through e-mail and sent to job aspirants.
Apart from emails, unscrupulous elements are also apparently also sending fraudulent communication from various domains offering training positions in ISRO and calling for walk-in interviews for temporary positions in exchange for money.
Candidates have thereby been warned that all the recruitments in Indian Space Research Organisation are conducted by either the ISRO Centralised Recruitment Board (ICRB)established at Indian Space Research Organisation Headquarters, Bangalore or directly by respective DOS, ISRO centres or units through transparent methods.
ISRO has clarified that it has not authorized any individual or firm to act on its behalf on matters of recruitment and all recruitments in DOS or ISRO are handled either by ISRO Centralised Recruitment Board or by DOS or ISRO centres. Candidates are selected after giving written and skill tests and conducting personal interviews.
All notifications pertaining to the stages of selection of candidates are provided on the official ISRO website. Suppose candidates come across any job offers that seem dubious in nature, they could contact officials at 080-2217 2264/2260 or e-mail ID firstname.lastname@example.org so that appropriate action can be taken against scamsters under the Indian Penal Code [IPC] and the Information Technology Act.