ISRO SAC Various Posts – Recruitment 2020, Last Dt. – 01 May 2020
ISRO SAC Various Posts – Recruitment 2020 : Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has Recently Invited Application for the Space Applications Center (SAC) Various Posts of Technical Assistant, Scientist / Engineer (55 Posts). Those Candidate who are interested and meets the eligibility criteria can apply for it. Read Notification to know more about this post before apply.
Post Date : 14 Mar 2020
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Advertisement No. : SAC:02:2020
Online Application Start Date: 14 Mar 2020
Registration Last Date : 01 May 2020
Fee Payment Last Date : 01 May 2020
Gen/ OBC/ EWS : Rs.- 0/-
SC/ ST/ Female : Rs.- 0/-
Note – Candidate can pay the exam fee through online (debit card / credit card / net banking / etc.) or can pay the exam fee through offline e-Challan.
Min. Age : 21 Yrs.
State Level Max. Age : 35 Yrs.
Age Relaxation Extra as per Rules. Read the Notification for Age Relaxation.
Read Notification to know about the Eligibility details for various post.
Total Posts – 55 – ISRO SAC Various Posts – Recruitment 2020
|Scientific / Engineer||21|
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About ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization)
The Indian Space Research Organization was established on 15 August 1969. It was then named ‘Indian National Committee for Space Research’ (INCOSPAR). India’s first satellite, Aryabhata, was launched into space on 19 April 1975 by the Soviet Union. It was named after the great mathematician Aryabhata. It stopped working after 5 days. But this in itself was a major achievement for India. On 7 June 1979, India’s second satellite Bhaskar, measuring 445 kg, was placed in the Earth’s orbit.
In 1980, the Rohini satellite became the first India-made launch vehicle SLV-3 to be placed in orbit. ISRO later developed two other rockets. Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) for launching satellite satellites, Polar Orbits and Geostationary Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) Geostationary Satellite Launch Vehicle for placing satellites in geostationary orbit. These rockets launched several communications satellites and satellites deployed satellite navigation systems like Earth observation GAGAN and IRNSS.
In January 2014 ISRO successfully launched an indigenous cryogenic engine in a GSLV-D5 launch of GSAT-14.