How to Join ISRO As Scientist | In-Depth Guide (2022)

All of us are proud of our country and we all want our country to rise and rise beyond the heights of the sky and progress and achieve a new goal, longing for all borders, to make this dream come true. There is continuous work of innumerable workers of our country.

ISRO teaches us that even with less means we can get very good results by working hard, so today thousands of people of the country want to go to ISRO and want to brighten the name of the country.

If you do not know what is ISRO? What should be the qualifications for how to join ISRO? What are the positions of ISRO? ISRO’s pay scale? So we will tell you about all these questions in detail here.

What is ISRO?

ISRO is one of the fastest-growing space agencies in the world. ISRO is the world’s sixth-ranked space agency. To become an ISRO scientist, You will have to work a little harder.

“ISRO is the main department of the Government of India, which has been formed for the purpose of space exploration, space technology and conversion of space resources into its use and exploration of the elements of space, to know about them.”

Definition of ISRO?

ISRO was formed on 15 August 1959, headquartered in Bengaluru, and the founder of ISRO was Dr. Vikram A. Sarabhai. ISRO has shocked the world with its meager resources and revealed the strength of ISRO to the world.

A short view to join isro

There are three ways to become a part of ISRO which are as follows-

1. By taking admission in IIST (Indian Institute of Space Technology), which is obtained after clearing the JEE main and advance exam.

2. In this, ISRO scientists themselves come to interview each year in llT and NIT and the student who passes that interview is given the chance to join ISRO.

3. You can also go through the ICRB (Isro Centralized Recruitment Board) exam by clearing it, but only those people who have this following four degrees can take this exam-

  • BE
  • B.Tech
  • B.Sc (Engineering)
  • Diploma + BE / B.tech
  • B.Sc + BE / B.tech
ISRO’s Some full form

ISRO’s full form is ‘Indian Space and Research Organization’.

Name of some Rocket Vehicle. The full form of…
  • SLV is ‘Satellite launch vehicle.
  • ASLV is ‘Advance Satellite launch Vehicle.
  • PSLV is a Polar Satellite launch vehicle.
  • GSLV is a Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle.

Eligibility for joining ISRO

If the student wants to go to ISRO by taking admission in IIST, then the qualifications are as follows-

1. Must have passed class 12th-

To get into ISRO, a student has to pass class 12 with a good score. A student needs at least 65% marks in class 12th.

2. Jee- Main Exam and Jee-Advance Exam-

After passing class 12 with good marks, the student should also pass the Jee-Main Exam and Jee-Advance Exam with good numbers. Students should get such good numbers in Jee-Advance Exam that they can make their place in 140 seats.

4. Degree should be obtained for admission in IIST-

After passing the exams, the student should have a B.tech degree which is available in 4 years or dual degree which is available in 5 years.

5. Atleast Maintain of the student should be-

In IIST, after admission, after completion of the course the student should keep Atleast Maintain i.e. the student’s CGPA should be up to 7.5.

If the student wants to go to ISRO by ISRO scientist from llT and NIT interview held every year, then the qualifications are as follows-

1. Must pass IIT / NIT Exam-

Students have to pass IIT (lndian Institute of Technology) / NIT (National Institute of Technology) with good marks. In which the student gets good rank.

2. Result should be good-

Students always have to keep their results good, which helps in getting selected in the interview.

If the student wants to clear the exam of ICRB and go to ISRO, then the qualifications are as follows-

1. Degree-

for ICRB exam In order to take the ICRB (ISRO Centralized Recruitment Board) exam, one must have passed at least 65% marks in degree / CGPA-6.84 in writing-

  • BE
  • B.tech
  • B.Sc (Engineering).
  • Diploma + BE / B.tech (lateral entry).
  • B.Sc + BE / B.tech (lateral entry) Only some colleges

2. Degree should be from one of the following streams-

To give the ICRB exam, the degree should be of this stream:

  • Computer Engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Electrical Engineering

How to become a isro scientist / How to join isro / full details

IIST to ISRO –

From IIST to ISRO is the safest for any student to go directly to ISRO and in this way the chance of going to ISRO is also very high-

To get into ISRO from IIST (Indian Institute of Space Technology), the following steps are to be followed-

1. Passing from class 12, (PCM) subject-

The student must first pass 10 + 2 with PCM (Physics, Chemistry, Math) with 65% / JEE-Main marks of merit.

2. Passing the examination of JEE-Main and JEE-ADVANCE-

After passing class 12, the student has to pass the JEE-Main examination. In JEE-Main exam, the student should pass with good marks because the students who pass with good marks in the jee-main exam are the ones who are selected for the Jee-Advance exam.

After passing the JEE-Main exam, the student also has to pass the jee-advance exam with very good marks.

3. Making a place in admission vecancy of IIST-

Admission to IIST (Indian Institute of Space Technology) is not so easy as only 140 seats are released every year for admission in IIST, in which those students who score good in Jee-Advance Examination who make their place in vacancy.

4. Completing the course of IIST-

After taking admission in IIST, the student is given two courses which are related to aerospace tecnology engineering, both these courses are-

  • B.tech
  • Dual degree course.
1. B.tech-
After taking admission in IIST (Indian lnstitute of Space Science and Technology), firstly one has to give a B.tech degree which is a course of 4 years, this course consists of 8 semesters. There are options in degree of B.tech.
  • B.Tech- Space Engineering
  • B.Tech- Electronics and Communication Engineering Evonics

Subject- Some of the subjects taught in these degrees are given below-

  • Computation,
  • Physics,
  • Chemical Sciences,
  • Aerospace Engineering,
  • Engineering Evonics and Basic Electrical Engineering,
  • Communication Skills Physical Laboratory,
  • Basic Engineering Lab.

Now, after the semesters are completed, the average of all those semesters is calculated and your further studies are done according to grade.

2. Dual degree course-

Students who do not want to do B.tech only and want to pursue further course also have dual degree course which is of 5 years.

In this dual degree course, 4 years are for B.tech and 1 year for Master of Science / Master of Technology in Physical Engineering. (B.tech + master of science / master of technology).

It consists of a total of 10 semesters, out of which students are assessed at the end of 6th semester and a postgraduate stream of students is determined according to the performance of the students and by the end of 6th semester.

All children should have their own stream. And students who are very good according to this assessment can also be removed with a B.tech degree and other important information for good students is given.

Exhaust has no place with a B.tech in Physics Engineering.

Following are the streams offered to students after postgraduate in Physics Engineering –
  • Master of science (M.Sc) in Astronomy and Astrophysics.
  • Master of Science (M.Sc) in Solid State Physics.
  • M.tech, in Earth System Sciences.
  • M.tech, in optical engineering.

Age- To become an ISRO scientist, one must be around 35 years of age or older.

IIST is considered the safest to be a part of ISRO. The students who go to ISRO from IIST are almost certain to become ISRO Scientists.

Interview to ISRO-

If the student wants to go to ISRO by ISRO scientist from llT and NIT interview held every year, then the qualifications are as follows-

1. Going to IIT/NIT-

To become a part of ISRO in another way, a student is first make a part of llT / NIT. To be a part of IIT, a student has to take the IIT exam every year and pass it with good marks, students who do not pass with good marks in llT are given the option of NIT.

2. Passing with good marks in the institute-

After passing IIT/NIT, the student has to score good marks every semester. Because in this way whether you go to isro or not depends on your marks and your studies.

3. Select in Interview-

In this way, the scientists and other intelligent professors of ISRO come for interviews of the students.

In this other way, a student cannot become an ISRO scientist directly, but after going to ISRO he can become an ISRO scientist.

ICRB to ISRO-

If you want to clear the exam of lCRB (Isro Centralized Recruitment Board) and go to ISRO, then the steps are given below-

ICRB (ISRO Centralized Recruitment Board) is an organization. Which gives the students who wish to go to ISRO an opportunity to get involved in ISRO by conducting exams.

1. Degree-

Most of the students take a degree after passing class 12, but students going to ISRO have to take an engineering degree and to take this exam, a student has to take one of the following degrees-

  • BE
  • B.tech
  • B.Sc (Engineering)
  • Diploma + BE / B.tech (lateral entry / llnd year of degree)
  • B.Sc + BE / B.tech (lateral entry / llnd year of degree).

Note:- This 5th degree B.Sc + BE / B.tech (lateral entry) applies only to some institute. There is a separate process of this degree going into isro. This process does not apply everywhere.

2. Degree’s subject-

To go to ISRO in this manner, the student should not only have an engineering degree but these special subject degrees which are given below-

  • Computer Engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Electrical Engineering

3. Degree’s subject, branches-

To give this exam, apart from the topic of degrees, the following branch should also be there-

Sl.
No.
Classification of Electronic Engineering
1.Applied electronics
2.Communications
3.Electrical electronics
4.Electronics
5.Electronics and communication
6.Electronics and instrumentation
7.Electronics and power
8.Electronics and telecommunication
9.Industrial electronics
10.Power electronics
11.Telecommunications
12.Instrumentation technology
13.Instrumentation and control
Sl.
No.
Classification of Mechanical Engineering
1.Industrial engineering
2.Industrial management
3.Industrial production
4.Manufacturing science/engineering
5.Medical engineering
6.Metallurgical
7.Production engineering
8.Production management
9.Aeronautical engineering
10.Aerospace engineering
11.Mechatronics
Sl.
No.
Classification of Computer Science Engineering
1.Computer science
2.Information science
3.Information technology

4. Exam of ICRB-

After completing all this process, any student can take the ICRB exam, the ICRB exam is held every year, which the student can apply and take the exam, only the questions related to the graduation are asked in the ICRB questions paper, but its course is not fixed.

ICRB conducts three different objective papers for three different subjects. This paper is made by the professor of this ICRB and in this exam, students are asked questions from their topic but some questions can also be from other topics or can be from any other place.

After the passing of the student, according to the marks of the student, the student is given his /her scope of work which the student passes with good marks, ICRB invites and gives opportunity to work in ISRO.

Pay Scale-

In Isro, the salary of different posts is different, so here both the maximum and minimum salary of each post are mentioned, but this salary can also be changed from time to time.

Monthly Remuneration Received by DOS/ISRO Officers/Scientist/Engineer & Employees.

Sl.
No.
CadrePay BandGrade Pay
1.Secretary, DOS,
Member (Finance).
₹80000(fixed) ____
2.Distinguished Scientist.₹75500-₹80000 ____
3.Outstanding Scientist,
Additional Secretary,DOS.
₹67000-₹79000
4.Scientist/Engineer-H, Scientist/Engineer-G,
Medical officer G,
Chief Medical officer,
Joint Secretary, DOS.
₹37400-₹67000₹10000
5.Scientist/Engineer-SG,
Medical officer-SG.
₹37400-₹67000₹8900
6.Scientist/Engineer-SF,
Medical officer-SF,
Director-DOS,
Controller, Registrar,
Sr. Head, P&GA.
₹37400-₹67000₹8700
7.Scientist/Engineer-SE,
Medical officer-SE,
Assistant Engineer, 
Technical Engineer-E,
Dy. Secretary, DOS,
Head, P&GA,
Joint Director (OL),
Head, Catering,
Sr. Principal Private Secretary.
₹15600-₹39600₹7600
8.Scientist/Engineer-SD,
Medical officer-SD,
Technical/librarian officer-D,
Junior Engineer,
Sr. Officers in Administrative Area,
Sr. Hindi Officer,
Sr. Catering Manager,
Principal Private Secretary Station Officer-ll /Fire Officer-ll,
Nursing Student.
₹15600-₹39100₹6600
11.Scientific/Technical/librarian officer-C,
Senior Technician G,
Sr. Pharmacist C,
Sr. Lab.Technician C,
Sr. Radiographer C,
Senior Hindi Translator,
Assistant, DOS.
₹9300-34800₹4600
12.Technician-F/F 1,
Personal Assistant, 
Senior Assistant, 
Catering Supervisor Pharmacist B,
Lab. Technician B, Radiographer B,
Senior-HVD -B,
Senior-LVD -B,
Leading Firemen B,
Driver Cum operator- C, Jr.Hindi Translator.
₹9300-34800₹4200
13.Medical Attendant-E,
Sr. Light Vehicles Driver-A,
Sr. Heavy Vehicles Driver-A.
₹5200-20200
₹2800
14.Technician- Draughtsman C-ll,
Pharmacist A,
Sr. Lab. Technician A,
Sr. Radiographer A,
Driver Cum operator-B,
Medical Attendant-D,
Sr. Light Vehicles Driver-B,
Sr. Heavy Vehicles Driver-B,
Staff Car Driver, DOS,
Leading Firemen-A,
Junior Stenographer Assistant,
Upper Division Clerk, DOS,
Hindi Typist,
Sr. Technical Attendant-B
₹5200-20200₹2400
15.Technician-B,
Draughtsman-B,
Sr. Nursing Attendant-B,
Project Attendant,

LDC, DOS, Office Clerk,
Light Vehicles Driver-A, Heavy Vehicles Driver-A,
Driver Cum operator-A,
Sr. Nurse Attendant-A,
Cook,

Leading Firemen-B,
Nursing Attendant-A,
Safaiwala,
Technical Attendant-B.
₹5200-20200₹2000







₹1900







₹1800

Conclusion-

Today, our country is reaching new heights of development, achieving new milestones, and creating a new history, due to which the pride of India is increasing day by day.

Which has not only enhanced India’s pride but has also created many histories, due to which the world vision is also turning towards India. The world is also looking towards ISRO from a business point of view.

ISRO has given many avenues through which one can reach and fulfill their dreams. You can do a little hard work to be a part of the agency.

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