How to become ISRO Scientist after 12th and BE Top 3 Ways

How to become ISRO Scientist after 12th and BE Top 3 Ways

Best How  To Become ISRO Scientist Top 3 ways

Since childhood, every child has a dream, some child has a dream they become a pilot, doctor, engineer, scientist, IAS or go to acting field. In this post of ours, we will talk about How to become ISRO Scientist after 12th and BE Top 3 Ways. Everybody is Know Dr A P. J. Abdul Kalam  Sir, he is one of the most prominent ISRO scientists.

After passing the class 10th or SSC exam students should choose PCM (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics), Students should good marks in the 12th standard or HSC class.

There are 3 ways which help we can make ISRO scientists they are-

1)Take admission in IIST(Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology, Trivandrum)
2)Take admission in Top IIT College
3) Crack ICRB Exam

1) Take admission in IIST: Getting admission in IIST for B.Tech is the first and best way to become an ISRO scientist. But the first step is that the student has to clear the IIT-JEE Advanced exam with a good rank. IIST provides 4-year and 5 years Dual Degree program you can go with any course.       
                                  The education-based Work environment is very good in IIST.ISRO runs this institute itself. ISRO is a direct-hire student from a scientist post or another post. But you have to maintain a very good academic record CGPA above the selection criteria.

IIST Courses Offered:
2) Take admission in Top IIT College: If you get admission in a good IIT college, so ISRO is recruiting some candidate directly. ISRO is coming every year in top IIT college and selects the students by their interview performance. Which is the top 10 IIT college we will discuss later.

3) Crack ICRB Exam:
ICRB means ISRO Centralised Recruitment Board Exam. If you have taken admission in NIT college or Tire 3 engineer college. So you have another option to become a scientist of ISRO. ISRO almost every year conduct ICRB exam for the ISRO Scientist post. You must have a good CGPA in the Engineer academic record to give this examination.

This exam conduct for 3 main categories
1) Computer
2) Mechanical
3) Electronics

i)  Computer Categories:
In computer categories, 3 branches are eligible to give ICRB Exam they are- 
1)Computer Science
2)Information Science
3)Information Technology.

ii) Mechanical Categories: In Mechanical categories, 11 branches are eligible to give ICRB exam they are-

1. Industrial Engineering
2. Industrial Production
3. Industrial Management
4. Manufacturing Sciences/Engineering
5. Mechanical Engineering
6. Metallurgy
7. Production Engineering
8. Aeronautical Engineering
9. Production Management
10.Aerospace Engineering

iii) Electronics Categories: In Electronics categories 14 branch is eligible to give ICRB Exam they are-
1. Applied Electronics
2. Electrical Electronics
3. Electronics & Communication
4. Electronics & Telecommunication
5. Power Electronics
6. Instrumentation Technology
7. Electronics & Instrumentation
8. Communication
9. Electronics
10.Electronics & power
11.Industrial Electronics
13.Instrumentation & Control

For More Information visit: Career in ISRO 

Seat available in IIST:

         Available Course No. of Seats Duration of Course
B.Tech. in Aerospace Engineering  60 4 years
      B.Tech. in Avionics         60                   4 years
  Dual Degree (B.Tech. and M.S./M.Tech.) 20  5 years

Important Tips

1.) Your PCM must be the main subject of Class 12th.
2.) you have to clear IIT mains and IIT advance with an excellent rank.
3.) After taking admission in IIST you have to sign a contract or bond of 3 years.
4.) For the ICRB exam, student must be Engineers passed with the criteria percentage must be above of ISRO guideline.
5.) There is no shortcut to becoming an ISRO scientist only one shortcut Focus, determination, and hard work.

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