Landing up in a job with the Indian Space Research Organization or ISRO not only offers you the usual securities promised by government jobs but it is also considered to be a matter of immense pride as it is the biggest organization dealing with space programs in our country. As a potential engineer willing to work with ISRO you can try your luck at different centers of ISRO including:
ISRO employs engineers or scientists who belong to two different grades namely 'SC' and 'SD' ( primarily based on their academic qualifications or degrees) and engineers of both these grades are entitled to the same pay band- INR 15, 000- 39, 000. However their grade pays may differ. While the former are allowed grade pays INR 5400, the grade pays of the latter stand at INR 6600. Here is more on salaries of ISRO engineers:
|Job Category||Annual Average Salaries|
|Scientist/Engineer||INR 578,000- INR 620,000|
|Scientist or Engineer SC||INR 572,000- INR 733,000 ( with an annual average of INR 652,656)|
|Engineer-SC||INR 430,000- INR 468,000|
|Engineer/Scientist Intern||INR 19,000- INR 21,000 (on a monthly basis)|
The Indian Space Research Organization frequently recruits engineers for its various centers. The vacancy details can be found on the Internet. Here is a list of salaries offered by ISRO to its engineers:
As per available information the Indian Space Research Organization has a comprehensive package of benefits in the offing for its employees. Listed below are some of them:
At times in several of its job posts, ISRO mentions the Travel benefits designed for outstation candidates coming for the interview. For instance, in some cases, the candidates are allowed Bus fare or Second Class Railway fare (both up and down journey) for the shortest route from the candidate's address (that is mentioned on the online application) to the place of interview, whichever is lesser. Thus, whenever you are checking out the online vacancies at ISRO, please take time out to see if any such mention of added benefits has been made in job post or not.
*Both the salaries and benefits are subject to change with time and without prior notice.
Last Updated: 06/12/2014