ISRO Recruitment 2020 :

The Space Applications Center (SAC), Indian Space Research Organization, has invited online applications for the recruitment of Scientist, Technical Assistant, Technician B ‘and Draftsman’ B ‘on its official website. Candidates who want to apply for these posts can apply by visiting the official website of the organization The online registration process for these posts of ISRO started on 14 March 2020. Interested and eligible candidates can apply online for these posts on or before 3 April 2020 till 5 pm. This recruitment process is going on to fill around 55 vacancies of Scientific, Technical Assistant, Technician ‘B’ and Draftsman ‘B’ at SAC, Ahmedabad.

For Scientist / Engineer-SD (Electronics) posts, there is no age limit, while for Scientist / Engineer-SC (Physics, Computer, Electronics, Mechanical, Structural, and Electrical), Technical Assistant (Electronics, Mechanical, Civil and Electrical)), Technician ‘B’ (Fitter, Machinist, Electronics, Information Technology, Plumber, Carpenter, Chemical and Electrician), and Draftsman ‘B’ (I For Enikl) positions, the age of the candidate 3 April 2020 should be between 18 and 35 years old.


ISRO Jobs 2020 Details :

Name of the Organization Indian Space Research Organization Space Application Centre (ISRO SAC)
Number of Vacancies 55
Name of Post Technical Assistant, Technician & Scientist/ Engineer
Starting date of application 14th March 2020
Closing date of application 03rd April 2020
Job Category  Central Government Jobs
Job Location  Gujarat
Application process Online Application
Official Website


ISRO SAC Vacancy 2020 Vacancy Details :

Space Applications Center has issued a notification for the recruitment of 55 posts of Technical Assistant, Technician and Scientist / Engineer vacancies. Eligible candidates can apply from March 14, 2020 to April 03, 2020. The eligibility / eligibility conditions, how to apply and other rules are given below.

Name of the Post Number of Posts
 Scientist/ Engineer 21
Technical Assistant 06
Technician B 28
Total  55 


What is the Eligibility Criteria for ISRO SAC Recruitment 2020 :

Name of the Post Education Qualification
  Scientist/ Engineer Candidates who wanna to apply online at ISRO SAC Recruitment 2020 should have E/ MTech in a relevant subject
 Technical Assistant Candidates who wanna to apply online at ISRO SAC Recruitment 2020 should have Diploma in relevant trade
 Technician B Candidates who wanna to apply online at ISRO SAC Recruitment 2020 should have 10th Pass and ITI/ NTC/ NAC


What is the age Limit For ISRO SAC Recruitment 2020 :

  • Minimum Age – 18 Years
  • Maximum Age – 35 Years


What is the selection process for Technical Assistant, Scientist/ Engineer & Technician B ?

Selection Procedure for Technical Assistant, Scientist / Engineer and Technician B in Space Application Center:

Selection will be on the basis of written test, skill test, interview.


Salary Details for ISRO SAC Recruitment 2020:

Name of the Post Salary Offered
  Scientist/ Engineer Rs. 56,100/- to Rs. 1,17,500/-
 Technical Assistant Rs. 44,900/- to Rs. 1,42,400/-
 Technician B Rs. 21,700/- to Rs. 69,100/-


How to apply for ISRO SAC Recruitment 2020?

  • Open ISRO SAC Recruitment 2020 notification from below
  • If you are eligible and interested, read the details and confirm
  • Open ISRO SAC Recruitment 2020 online application form from below given link
  • Fill in all the details asked
  • Attach necessary documents
  • Pay the application fee according to your category
  • Submit the online application form and take a printout of the same


Space Applications Centre, Jodhpur Tekra,
Ambawadi Vistar P.O. Ahmedabad – 380015

Contact Details:

Space Applications Centre, Jodhpur Tekra,
Ambawadi Vistar P.O. Ahmedabad – 380015


About Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO):

Indian Space Research Organization, ISRO) is the National Space Institute of India headquartered in Bangalore. About seventeen thousand employees and scientists are working in this institute. The main function of the institute is to make space related technology available for India. The main objectives of the space program include the development of satellites, launch vehicles, sounding rockets and ground systems.

India’s first satellite, Aryabhata, was launched into space by the Soviet Union on 19 April 1975. 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 Earth’s orbit.

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