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ISRO Recruitment of Research Scientist in India- WRIS Project March 2010

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)

1) Research Scientist : 19 posts (Software Development – Programming/ Application Development & Value added products/ Database Organiation), Tenure – Three years duration,
Qualification : M. Tech. (CSE/ Electronics/ IT) / BE (CSE/ Electronics/ IT)/ M.Sc. (CS/ Elecronics/ IT/ Applied Mathematics/ Statisitics/ Physics/ Geoinformatics)/ MCA with BCA or B.Sc.with Match background.

2) Research Scientist : 01 post (Hardware and Software Maintenance),
Qualification : BE (Computer Science/ ECE/ IT)

3) Research Scientist : 12 posts (Satellite Data Processing and GIS Database Design),
Qualification : ME/ M. Tech. (OR)/ M.Sc. (Geology/ Environmental Science/ Geography/ Forestry/ Agriculture/ Soils/ Geoinformatics/ Remote Sensing)

4) Research Scientist : 04 posts (Water Resources/ Hydrology/ Data Management & Modelling and Decision Support System),

Qualification : Ph.D. or ME/ M. Tech. with 2 years relevant experience in Hydrology/ Water Resources/ Physics/ Environmental Science/ Atmospheric Science/ Meteorolgy/ Agriculture Physics/ Geology/ Geography/ Soils/ Computer Science

Pay Scale : Rs.8000-13500 for BE/ B.Tech./ M.Sc./ MCA/ M.E./ M.Tech. and Rs.10000- 15200 for ME/ M.Tech. with 2 years relevant experience or fresh Ph.Ds.

Age Eligibility: 35 years as on 20/04/2010

How to apply : The applications in the prescribed format duly completed in all respects along with its enclosures should reach to the following address:
Project Director (India-WRIS), Regional Remote Sensing Centre (West), National Remote Sensing Centre, ISRO, Dept. of Space, Govt. of India, CAZRI Campus, Jodhpur – 342003

Last date of receipt of application form: 20th April, 2010

For complete details visit: http://india-wris.nrsc.gov.in/

About Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)

Indian Space Research Organization with its headquarters in Antariksh Bhavan, New BEL Road, Bangalore is India’s primary organization for space research. The Indian Space Research Organization is controlled by the Government of India. The ISRO is to India what NASA is to USA. The ISRO was established on August 15, 1969.  The ISRO at the beginning conducted scientific research only on the upper atmosphere and ionosphere. Currently with a budget of US$ 1.01 billion, the ISRO is amongst leading space research organizations in the world.

The ISRO has the following fields’ installations:

Commercial Wing
Antrix Corporation at Bangalore
Test Facilities
Liquid Propulsion System Centre at Mahendragiri, thiruvanthapuram and Bangalore
HR Development
Development and Educational Communication Unit at Ahmedabad
Indian Institute of Astrophysics
Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology at Thiruvanthapuram
Control and Tracking Facility
Indian Deep Space Network at Bangalore
National Remote Sensing Centre at Hyderabad
ISRO Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network
Master Control Facility at Bhopal
Launch Facility
Thumba Equatorial Rocket Launching Station at Thumba
Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Andhra Pradesh
Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre at Thiruvanthapuram
ISRO Satellite Centre at Bangalore
Research Facilities
Space Applications Centre at Ahmedabad
Raman Research Institute at Bangalore
National Atmospheric Research Laboratory at Chittoor
Semi-Conductor Laboratory at Chandigarh
Physical Research Laboratory at Ahmedabad
With the above mentioned field installations the ISRO apart from conducting its own programs also co-operates with various international space organizations as a part of bilateral and multilateral agreements.

The ISRO conducted India’s first lunar mission in late 2008. This lunar mission was named Chandrayaan-1. The mission included a lunar orbiter and an impactor. The mission was aimed to provide a survey of lunar surface, understand its chemical composition and produce a three dimensional topographical map of the moon.

Indian Space Research Organization

Currently the ISRO is planning for an unmanned mission to Mars. This project has already received an approval of Rs.10 crore from the Government of India. The ISRO expects a launch by 2015 using its GSLV (Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle).

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1 comment:

anjali said...

respected sir/madam
I have filled for the isro scientist/engineer post(ADVT NO.02/2011 POST NO.BE003),2011.But i have not yet recieved the mail of admit card.My REGD.NO.is 20304646.
So,kindly mail me the admit card for the aforesaid post.
thanking you,
anjali kumari

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