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ISRO VSSC Recruitment 2019: Application process begins for JRF and RA posts; know vacancy details

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 19 July 2019, 10:25 IST
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A golden opportunity for the aspirants who want to get a job in Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). The ISRO’s Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) released a job opportunity for the posts of Junior Research Fellow (JRF) and Research Associate (RA) on its official website.

Interested and eligible candidates can submit their application form for the vacancies which are available at www.vssc.gov.in.

 

 

The last date to apply for the vacancy is July 30, 2019. To avoid the last-minute rush, candidates should apply for the vacancies before the application process closed.

ISRO’s VSSC has released a total of 20 posts on its website.

Check vacancy details:

  • Junior Research Fellow: 10
  • Research Associate: 10

 


Qualification required for ISRO VSSC Jobs:

For Junior Research Fellow: Candidates should hold the degree in M.Sc. Degree in Physics/ Applied Physics/ Space Physics /Atmospheric Science/ Meteorology/ Space Science/ Planetary Sciences/Astronomy/ Astrophysics.

OR

M.Tech in Atmospheric Science/Space Science/ Planetary Science/ Applied Physics with minimum 60% marks can also apply for the post.

For Research Associate: Candidates should complete their Ph.D. in any discipline of Science or Technology. While their thesis should in the areas of atmospheric, space, and planetary sciences which are relevant to the fields of research being carried out at SPL.

Age Limit

  • Junior Research Fellow: The upper limit for the post is 28 years
  • Research Associate: 35 years

Note: Age relaxation will be given as per the govt norms.

Selection Process

Candidates will be selected based on their performance in Interview.

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First published: 19 July 2019, 10:01 IST
 
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