Department of Space Centres / Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has recently released recruitment notification inviting applications from Scientist/Engineer (SC). The eligibility criteria calls for you to have a B.Tech or BE degree (Electronics, Computer Science, and Mechanical). If you are going to apply for the ISRO exam for recruitment of Engineers and Scientists, then you should immediately start your preparation.
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Your selection process at ISRO can be broadly divided into 3 parts – Initial screening, Written Test and Interview.
- You will be shortlisted for the written test on the basis of your academic performance and biodata. This process is called Screening of applications.
- Once you are shortlisted, you will be sent Call Letters by E-mail only.
- The main selection process has two stages – Written Test + Interview.
- The pattern of written test will be:
From this table, it is clear that:
- There will be 80 Qs (objective type) carrying equal marks in the written test.
- There is negative marking in the exam. For each wrong response, you lose 33% marks allotted to the Qs.
- Upon clearing the Written Test, you will be shortlisted for Interview.
- You need to score minimum 60% marks in the interview to get selected.
- Final selection will take place on the basis of Interview only, and not the written test.
Now that you know the exam pattern for ISRO engineers and scientists recruitment, go through the complete recruitment notification. The recruitment notification will tell you required eligibility, qualifications, admit card details and more.
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We hope you find this article helpful for your preparation and application process. Do comment below to ask your doubts!