ISRO Recruitment 2023 & 2024 | इसरो भर्ती 2024

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) / (इसरो) stands as the vanguard of India’s space endeavors, dedicated to exploring the cosmos and leveraging space technology for the betterment of humanity.

ISRO’s inception in 1969 marked India’s foray into space exploration.  Led by visionary scientists like Dr. Vikram Sarabhai, the organization embarked on a remarkable journey.

From launching its first satellite, Aryabhata, to executing complex missions like  Chandrayaan and Mars Orbiter Mission, ISRO has continually etched milestones in space exploration.

ISRO’s achievements extend far beyond Earth’s orbit. The Chandrayaan-1 mission in 2008 marked India’s historic entry into lunar exploration, and the Mars Orbiter Mission in 2014 made India the first nation to successfully reach Mars on its maiden attempt. These groundbreaking missions not only expanded our understanding of the universe but also showcased ISRO’s technological prowess.

ISRO’s commitment to innovation is evident in its development of cutting-edge technologies. The reusable launch vehicle, Gaganyaan, is a testament to India’s ambition in human spaceflight. Additionally, advancements in areas like cryogenic engines, satellite propulsion systems, and space robotics position ISRO at the forefront of spacefaring nations.

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National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC)

National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC) is one of the constituent Centres of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), Department of Space (DOS) responsible for the Ground Segment of Remote Sensing Programme through Satellite Data Acquisition, Archival, Processing, Dissemination, Remote Sensing Applications, Training and Capacity Building.  It has five Regional Centres located at Bengaluru, Nagpur, Kolkata, Jodhpur and New Delhi to address region/area specific Remote Sensing application needs.  The Earth Station located at Shadnagar is being developed as a full-fledged centre to carry out the entire chain of Remote Sensing activities.

Vacancies in ISRO (इसरो में नौकरी)

  1. Technician-B (Electronic Mechanic).
  2. Technician-B (Electrical).
  3. Technician-B (Instrument Mechanic).
  4. Technician-B (Photography).
  5. Technician-B (Desktop Publishing Operator).

Vacant Post in ISRO / इसरो में रिक्त पद

Post Code

Name of Post

No. of Posts


Technician-B (Electronic Mechanic)



Technician-B (Electrical)



Technician-B (Instrument Mechanic)



Technician-B (Photography)



Technician-B (Desktop Publishing Operator)


Essential Qualification Requirement

  1. Technician-B (Electronic Mechanic) – SSLC/SSC Pass.  ITI/NTC/NAC in electronic mechanic trade from NCVT.
  2. Technician-B (Electrical) – SSLC/SSSC Pass.  ITI/NTC/NAC in electrical trade from NCVT.
  3. TechnicianB (Instrument Mechanic) – SSLC/SSC Pass.  ITI/NTC/NAC in electronics mechanic trade from NCVT.
  4. TechnicianB (Photography) – SSLC/SSC Pass.  ITI/NTC/NAC in digital photography/photography trade from NCVT.
  5. TechnicianB (Desktop Publishing Operator) – SSLC/SSC Pass.  ITI/NTC/NAC in desktop publishing operator trade from NCVT.

Apply online in ISRO / इसरो में ऑनलाइन आवेदन करें

For detailed advertisement and to apply Online please visit

Opening date for online registration is 09.12.2023 (1000 Hrs) and Closing date for online registration is 31.12.2023 (1700 Hrs).

Alternatively you can visit the career section in the ISRO Website.

Current Openings in ISRO / इसरो में वर्तमान रिक्तियाँ

  1. Recruitment to the Post of Scientist/Engineer SC (EMC).
  2. Recruitment to the Post of Scientist/Engineer SC (EPO).
  3. Recruitment of Director Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST), Thiruvananthapuram.
  4. Recruitment of Director Indian Institute of Space Science and Thiruvananthapuram.
  5. Filling up the post of Controller in National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC), Department of Space, ISRO, Hyderabad in level 13 of Pay Matrix (7th CPC) on Deputation basis.


  1. How many satellites has ISRO launched to date?

ISRO has launched numerous satellites, ranging from communication to navigation and scientific research, enhancing India’s space capabilities.

  1. What are some notable challenges ISRO faces?

ISRO faces challenges related to technological advancements, global competition, and limited financial resources that impact its missions.

  1. What is ISRO’s role in supporting communication services?

ISRO’s communication satellites provide crucial support for telecommunication, broadcasting, and internet connectivity across India.

  1. Does ISRO collaborate with other space agencies?

Yes, ISRO collaborates with various international space agencies to share expertise, resources, and advancements in space technology.

  1. How does ISRO contribute to societal development?

ISRO’s initiatives benefit society through applications in weather forecasting, disaster management, agriculture, and remote education.

6. Where is ISRO Colony?

ISRO colony is in Domlur Layout in Bangalore in Karnataka.

7. Where is ISRO Layout?

ISRO layout is a 83 acres planned residential area formed by ISRO for their employees. The layout is also known as Vikram Nagar, after the Indian space scientist, Vikram Sarabhai.

8. How to download ISRO Admit card?

The ISRO Admit Card has been released on the official website Candidates will need to carry a hard copy of the admit card to the exam hall and entry will not be allowed without admit card. ISRO Admit Card 2023 will be sent to the registered email of the candidates.

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