ISRO is the most reputed space agency of government of India which is related to the field of research and development in space science, space application, and technology. Every year, this organization invites applications from eligible candidates for various vacancies in ISRO to employ young and vigorous youths know more about space technology and its application for the development of the nation. There are several vacancies like Scientists, Researchers, Assistant JRF Geo-informatics, Engineers, Apprentices, Stenographer, Driver, Operator, Administrative, Translator, Accounts Officers, Technician, Draftsman, catering attendant, Medical Officer etc.
Students aspiring for the same must have done BE/B.Tech or equivalent qualification in first-class scoring an aggregate minimum of 65% marks or CGPA 6.84/10. The educational requirement that are clearly stated are the only minimum requirement criteria . The minimum educational qualification is grade 10th. The upper age limit for the post of Scientist/Engineers is 35 years. For persons with Disabilities and Ex-Servicemen, there shall be a relaxation given in upper age limit as per Govt. of India .
The departments where a student might be recruited are:
- Indian Space Research Organization
- Indian Institute of Space and Technology (IIST)
- Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC)
- Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre (LPSC)
- ISRO Inertial Systems Unit (IISU)
- National Atmospheric Research Laboratory (NARL)
- ISRO Satellite Centre (ISAC)
- Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS)
- ISRO Propulsion Complex (IPRC)
- Space Applications Centre (SAC)
- National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC)
- Master Control Facility (MCF)
- Development and Educational Communication Unit (DECU)
- ISRO Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC)
- Antrix Corporation– The marketing arm of ISRO
- North-Eastern Space Applications Centre (NE-SAC)
- Physical Research Laboratory (PRL)
- Semi-Conductor Laboratory (SCL)
- Laboratory for Electro-Optics Systems (LEOS)
- Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC-SHAR)
The application form for online registration for various offered posts are available on the ISRO website as per the prescribed schedule. Eligible and interested candidates must apply online through ISRO official website to register their applications on or before the due date. The ISRO releases separate application form for different posts on differed schedule. The ISRO Scientist/Engineer Recruitment application form are released in the month of September- October 2018. Candidates are required to fill the details as correctly and carefully. They are supposed to upload the scanned images of latest passport sized photograph and Signature in the prescribed manner while filling the form.
The selection process of ISRO recruitment includes written exam and personal interview. The procedure of selection of ISRO recruitment for various vacancies differs according to the posts. Students who qualify the written examination, will be called in for the interview. Later those who clear the interview will be shortlisted. Merit lists are prepared on the basis of the candidate’s marks obtained in the written examination and interview. Appointments will be on the basis of candidate’s merit. Candidates who applied to appear for the written exam conducted by ISRO for various post get their admit card from the official website few days before the exam date. The officials release the ISRO recruitment exam 2018 Admit Card on its official website at least 10 days before the commencement of exam date. Candidates can download the ISRO hall ticket of their respective exam by providing their unique application number.
In PSC a person can apply for the selection to a particular post when the selection is notified by the Kerala Public Service Commission in the Kerala Gazette or in the PSC Bulletin, News papers etc. The applicants candidature in the election is valid only if he/she satisfies all the eligibility criteria specified for the selection as well as the modalities for applying forthe said selection.The Commission will notify the selections to a post only after vacancies for the post are reported to the commission by the respective Appointing Authority. A person applying for a selection must satisfy all the eligibility criteria mentioned under the Notification concerned and General Conditions under part II of part IB Kerala Gazette. The age limits (upper&lower) for a particular post will be clearly mentioned in the the selection/Notification for that post. There is 5 years relaxation provided for SC/ST Candidates and 3 years for OBC Candidates. The reckoning age of an applicant for a selection is the 1st day of January of the year in which the Commission published the Notification for that particular Selection. If the applicant is under aged or over aged on the date mentioned he/she will be considered ineligible for the selection. The applicant must have all the prescribed educational qualification for the post within the last date fixed in the notification for the receipt of the application prescribed.If the applicant is included in the Short List/Ranked List, his /her Register Number/Name will not ne considered .In case, such an applicant gets appointment to the post, the appointment would stand cancelled by the Commission and he/she will be terminated from service by the appointment authority. The Ranked Lists published by the Commission will be valid for a period of one year from the date on which it was brought into force provided the same list is considered till the publication of a new list after the expiry of the minimum period of one year or till the expiry of 3 years whichever is earlier.The Ranks shall be assigned in the descending order of total marks secured in the written test and interview by each candidate. If more than one candidate secures equal mark, then respective Rank position of such candidates will be assigned in the descending order of their age. If the age is also same, then their names shall be arranged in the Ranked List alphabetically. The Backward class Rank Holders are considered for Advice against either Open Competition (OC) turn or Backward Class (BC) turn while working out Rotation 20% of the total vacancies for Special Recruitment for SC and ST only are reserved for the Scheduled Tribes and the places allotted to SC and ST shall be decided out of every 5 vacancies. Which means that out of every 5 vacancies, one will be filled up by a ST. If there is no provision to accept in a selection the equivalent qualification , qualification other than those prescribed in the Rule cannot be accepted. Qualification can be accepted as equivalent only after it is declared by executive orders and proper amendments are issued to Special Rules. Best PSC Training Institute in Kochi .
SSC CGL is usually chosen by the young graduates who wish to make their careers secure by getting placed in government offices and ministries. In this kind of examination recruitment is done to hire candidates after judging their IQ level and knowledge about the subject for certain positions and also test their physical fitness as per the requirement of the job. Students must be aware of all the details so as to appear for the exam.
Must be a citizen of India or a subject of Nepal, Bhutan, or a Tibetan refugee who had came to India, before the 1st January, 1962 for settling in India. A person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, East African Countries of Kenya, Uganda etc for settling in India is also eligible for SSC
Qualification for Assistant Audit Officer:
- The candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree in any subject from a recognized University, CA/CS/MBA/Cost and Management Accountant/Masters in Commerce/Masters in Business Studies.
Junior Statistical Officer:
Graduate from any recognized University and with minimum 60% in Mathematics in Class.Bachelor’s Degree with Statistics as one of the subjects in graduation
- Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized University or equivalent
The candidates must be physically fit as per the standards of the Inspector as there are certain necessary Physical Standards for the post of Inspector,Sub-Inspector in CBI and Sub-Inspector in NIA. Date of Birth as recorded in the Matriculation/ Secondary Examination Certificate only will be accepted by the Commission.The age limit mentioned under the SSC CGL Eligibility Criteria is may be different for different posts. After clearing SSC CGL the pay scale will be different for different posts.
SSC coaching in kochi has clearly stated the physical standard eligibility for the following posts: Sub Inspector NIA, Inspector in Central Excise, Examiner, Preventive Officer and /Inspector & Sub-Inspector in CBN. Candidates who qualify the specified physical measurements will be eligible for the respective posts. PwD (Person with Disabilities) candidates are not eligible for the post of Assistant Section Officer in Intelligence Bureau.
The Government has provided information regarding Interviews for Junior Level Posts. Accordingly, the recruitment to the Selection Posts will be through OMR/Computer Based Objective Type Multiple Choice Examination.
- Candidates will be shortlisted for OMR/Computer Based Examination based on the percentage of marks in Essential Qualifications as indicated in the application. Candidates will be shortlisted as, 25 candidates for every vacancy, subject to availability of a sufficient number of eligible candidates.
- For the purpose of shortlisting of candidates for OMR/Computer Based Examination, the Commission will follow the rules mentioned by the University/Institution and take into account the percentage of marks as indicated in the Final Year Marks Statement.
- If the Merit of the candidate is given in the Final Year Mark Statement in CGPA without showing the similar percentage of marks, the Commission will be following the criteria provided by the University/Institution in the Certificate, for arriving at the similar percentage.
- The Commissions decision in shortlisting candidates will be final. No appeal will be entertained against such Shortlisting criteria. The information provided by the candidates in the applications will be verified by the Commission concerning the original documents after the OMR/Computer Based Examination.
Candidates who clear the exam will be eligible for jobs in the following fields:
Central Vigilance commission
Ministry of external affairs
Income Tax Inspector
Engineering students are very much familiar with the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) and Indian Engineering Services (IES).
The civil services that meet the various managerial functions of the government is called Indian Engineering services. The government of India recruits the civil servants through these competitive exams. Most of the Engineering graduates prefer IES.
IES exam is conducted by union public service commission (UPSC) every year.
The exam is conducted in the following subject areas.
- Mechanical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Electronics Engineering
- Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
The maximum age limit for applying is 30 years. The syllabus of IES exam includes Objective type questions and Conventional type (as per specialization stream)
IES exam includes the entire engineering syllabus while GATE takes only a part of this syllabus and some other topics that are useful in higher studies. IES exam contains Objective and Subjective type questions and total 4 papers whereas GATE exam contains only Objective type questions and only 1 paper.
The new pattern of the IES exam has come into effect from 2017.There are different stages where the students have to pass in the first stage to qualify for the second stage. This helps the students to work on their subjective papers and dedicate more time for it. Thus there will be a need for attending the coaching classes. The students will have to refer the newspapers as many of the topics are not taught during engineering.
- Current issues of national and international importance relating to social, economic and industrial development
- Engineering Aptitude
- Engineering Mathematics and Numerical Analysis
- Design, Drawing, Importance of Safety
- Standard practices in production, construction, maintenance and services
- Basics of Energy and Environment
- Basics of Project Management
- Basics of Material Science and Engineering
- Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Ethics and values in engineering profession.
The students appearing for the GATE examination will have a single paper of 3-hour duration that contains 65 questions carrying a maximum of 100 marks. The examination for all the papers will be online. The candidates must either select the answer (for MCQ type) or enter the answer for numerical answer type. Candidates will be provided with scribble pad for rough work and these have to be returned back after the examination. Students who have qualified the Gate are eligible for the position of Junior Research Fellow.
There are many more career options for students. Engineering students can attempt both IES and Gate. The gate exam will be in the month of February whereas IES will be later in the month of May. While preparing for Gate students cover almost 70% of the topics of IES exam. The questions in Gate can be from any topics whereas the questions are usually repeated in IES. Students are of the opinion that Gate is tougher that IES because the questions in Gate are more tricky whereas IES consists of straight forward questions.Thus students who have prepared well and dedicated a lot of time in attending coaching classes will find it easy to crack the exams.