Name: Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)

Post Name: Graduate/Technician/Trade Apprentice

No.of Vacancies: 220

Qualification: Diploma, ITI, B.E./B.Tech

Age Limit: 35 years

Salary: Rs. 8050/-, 8000/-, 9000/-

Job Location: Mahendragiri (Tamil Nadu)

Selection Process: Merit and Interview

Interview Date: 14 and 21 December & 04 January 2020

Official Notification: https://www.iprc.gov.in/iprc/images/Apprentice/Apprentice_Advertisement.pdf

Application Form: https://www.iprc.gov.in/iprc/images/Apprentice/Apprentice_Application%20Form.pdf

Official Website: https://www.isro.gov.in/
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ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation), established in 1969, replaced the former INCOSPAR. Vikram Sarabhai, becoming recognized as the role and significance of space technology in a Nation's development, gave ISRO the required direction to function as an agent of progress. ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) then started on its purpose to provide the Nation space-based services and to improve the technologies to deliver the same separately.

Throughout the ages, ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) has confirmed its mission of making space to the service of the public, to the help of the Nation. In the method, it has grown one of the 6 largest space businesses in the world. ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) has one of the biggest fleet of information satellites (INSAT) and remote sensing spacecraft, that cater to the ever-growing need for a fast and secure connection and earth observation individually. Indian Space Research Organisation delivers & develops application-specific spacecraft tools & products to the Public: communications, broadcasts, disaster management tools, weather forecasts, Geographic Information Systems, navigation,  cartography, telemedicine, dedicated distance learning satellites doing some of them.

To obtain total self-reliance in the duration of these apps, it was necessary to produce cost-efficient and safe launch methods, which used the shape in the style of the PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle). The famed Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle went on to display a preferred carrier for dependencies of various nations due to its safety and cost-efficiency, developing unique international collaboration.

Aside from technological capacity, ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) has also committed to science education in the nation. Many dedicated autonomous institutions and research centers for astronomy, remote sensing & astrophysics, mysterious sciences, and space sciences in global function under the aegis of the Space Department.

Future willingness is the key to having an edge in ISRO endeavors and technology to enhance & optimize its technologies as the requirements and objectives of the people evolve. Thus, ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) is going ahead with the expansion of heavy-lift launchers, reusable launch vehicles, semi-cryogenic engines, human spaceflight projects, development, single and two-stage to orbit (SSTO and TSTO) vehicles, and use of composite elements for space applications, etc