ISRO Recruitment 2018: Graduates, diploma holders to get salary up to Rs 25,500; 171 vacancies out
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has started its recruitment process and has invited graduates and diploma holders to apply for 171 vacant junior personal assistants and stenographer posts.
Online applications for the recruitment can be submitted at the official website of ISRO, isro.gov.in
The last date for submission of ISRO recruitment application is April 30.
- Junior Personal Assistant: 166 posts in ISRO units at Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Hyderabad, New Delhi, Sriharikota, and Thiruvananthapuram
- Stenographer: 5 posts at Department of Space, Bangalore
All those who get selected will be appointed as a junior personal assistant and will get a monthly salary of Rs 25,500.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ISRO
- The aspirants should have pursued graduation in arts/commerce/management/ science/computer applications with first class, as declared by the university
- Diploma in commercial/secretarial practice with first class with one year experience as steno-typist/stenographer
- Applicants should have a working knowledge of computers
AGE LIMIT FOR ISRO RECRUITMENT
All the candidates should note that in order to be eligible for the recruitment they should be in age group of 18-26 years (31 years in case of SC/ST candidates and 29 years for OBC candidates).
- Applicants shall have to pay fees of Rs 100 for the application
- All Women candidates/Scheduled Castes (SC)/Scheduled Tribes (ST); Ex-serviceman [EX] and Persons with Benchmark Disabilities (PWBD) candidates are exempted from payment of Application Fee
OTHER IMPORTANT DATES
- Last day for payment of application fees: May 2
- Last date for submission of No Objection Certificate (for those who are already employed): May 14
- Date of Written Exam: August 12
- Issue of call letters for written exam: Last week of July 2018/ first week of August 2018
- The Indian Space Research Organisation is the space agency of the Government of India
- Formed in 1969, ISRO superseded the erstwhile Indian National Committee for Space Research (INCOSPAR) established in 1962 by the efforts of independent India's first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, and his close aide and scientist Vikram Sarabhai
sources : India Today