ISRO Recruitment 2019: Engineers can Apply Online for 7 Technical Assistant Vacancies, Salary Rs 44,900 to 1,42,400

ISRO recruitment 2019 for engineers

ISRO recruitment 2019 is apparently being conducted at LPSC, and there are various vacancies for electronics and mechanical engineers

ISRO recruitment 2019 for engineers is being conducted yet again, and this time it is in Liquid Propulsion Systems Centres located near Valiamala, Thiruvananthapuram and in Bengaluru. There are a total of 7 positions of technical assistants, and selected candidates would be eligible for a level 7 pay of Rs 44,900 to 1,42,400. Of the 7 vacancies that are available, 5 are for unreserved and 2 are for other backward classes.

Who can apply for the current ISRO recruitment 2019?

As per a pdf that is available on Fresher’s voice, the current ISRO recruitment 2019 notification states that there are a total of 7 Technical Assistant vacancies, of which 4 posts are for mechanical engineers with a first class 3 year diploma, and 3 posts are for electronics engineers with a first class 3 year diploma. The candidates should not exceed 35 years of age as on 2 July 2019. However, there is an age relaxation available for some candidates such as OBC, PWBD, ex-servicemen, and so on.

How to apply for ISRO recruitment 2019?

Interested candidates who fulfill the required eligibility criteria need to submit duly filled applications on the link which will be provided on the official LPSC website 18 June 2019 2 pm onwards. The mode of application would be online only, and no other modes of application would be valid. The last date for submission of online application would be 2 July 2019.

Candidates are advised to wait for the official ISRO recruitment 2019 to appear on the LPSC website and then go about applying for the technical assistant posts. Currently, there is no mention of the job openings on the LPSC website, therefore it would be prudent on the part of interested candidates to wait for the same. LPSC is an ISRO centre, which is engaged in development of liquid and cryogenic propulsion stages for launch vehicles and auxiliary propulsion systems for both launch vehicles and satellites.