ISRO Announces Recruitment Drive for Various Positions in 2024

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), under the Department of Space, has officially released a notification for multiple job openings. This recruitment drive presents an excellent opportunity for aspiring candidates to secure a government position in ISRO. The application window is open until March 1, 2024, and interested individuals meeting the eligibility criteria are encouraged to apply online through the official website or the provided link.

Details of ISRO Recruitment 2024:

Post NameVacanciesApplication DeadlineOfficial Application Link
ScientistMarch 1, 2024ISRO Recruitment 2024 Online Form

Application Procedure:

  1. Visit the official ISRO website:
  2. Navigate to the “Career” section on the home page.
  3. Locate the Recruitment Notice and click on the link corresponding to the advertisement (Advt.No.URSC:ISTRAC:01:2024).
  4. Click on the application link provided.
  5. On the new page, register by clicking on “To Register,” and for those already registered, click on “To Login” to complete the application process.
  6. Pay the prescribed application fee.
  7. Take a printout of the fully filled form for future reference.

Selection Process:

Candidates will undergo the following stages in the selection process:

  1. Screening: Applicants will be screened based on merit.
  2. Written Examination: Shortlisted candidates will be invited for a written examination.
  3. Skill Test/Interview: Successful candidates from the written examination will proceed to the skill test or interview.
  4. Merit List: A merit list will be prepared based on overall performance in all stages.
  5. Appointment: Candidates included in the final merit list will be appointed to the vacant positions.

This ISRO recruitment drive provides a significant opportunity for individuals to contribute to space research and secure a government job. Aspiring candidates are encouraged to carefully follow the application process and meet the deadlines for a chance to be a part of India’s prestigious space organization.

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