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SAC Notified Recruitment for 12 Scientist/Engineer 2014

SAC Notified Recruitment for 12 Scientist/Engineer 2014

Government of India, Department of Space Research Organisation, Space Application Centre, Ahmedabad invited applications for recruitment of 12 Scientist/Engineer-SC post in various departments. The candidates eligible for the post can apply online on or before 5 March 2014.

Space Applications Centre (SAC) is one of the major centres of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). It focuses on the design of space-borne instruments for ISRO missions and development and operationalisation of applications of space technology for societal benefits. The applications cover communication, broadcasting, navigation, disaster monitoring, meteorology, oceanography, environment monitoring and natural resources survey.

Important Dates

  •     Opening date for Online Application Forms: 18 February 2014
  •     Closing date for Online Application Forms: 5 March 2014
  •     Last Date for receipt of printout of online applications: 18 March 2014

Details of Post

  •     Scientist /Engineer SC (Computer Science): 2 Posts
  •     Scientist / Engineer SC (Electronics): 1 Post
  •     Scientist / Engineer SC (Geo-Informatics): 1 Post
  •     Scientist / Engineer SC (Physics): 2 Posts
  •     Scientist / Engineer SC (Mathematics/Applied Mathematics): 3 Posts
  •     Scientist / Engineer SC (Geophysics/Applied Geophysics): 1 Post
  •     Scientist/ Engineer-SC (Physical Oceanography): 1 Post
  •     Scientist /Engineer SC (Chemistry/Electrochemistry): 1 Post

How to Access Chandrayaan-I data for Research ?

How to Access Chandrayaan-I data for Research/Project  work ?

 

Chandrayaan-1 Spacecraft


Did you ever thought of accessing various information captured as part of the Chandrayaan-I mission ? Do you ever wanted to do understand various Moon's parameters ?


The Chandrayaan-I spacecraft was launched on 22nd October, 2008 on-board PSLV-XL.  The spacecraft had arrived successfully and inserted into Moon orbit on November 8, 2008.  It carried 5 payloas from ISRO and another 6 payloas from NASA/ESA/Bulgarian aerospace agency. The mission was greatly successful as it discoverd the presence of water using Moon Impact Probe.

 

Support for Innovative Ideas from Department of Science and Technology

Support for Innovative Ideas from Department of Science and Technology
in Association with
Lockheed-Martin

 

The India Innovation Growth Programme is a joint initiative of the Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India; Lockheed Martin Corporation; Indo-US Science and Technology Forum, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry; Stanford Graduate School of Business and the IC2 Institute at the University of Texas. The aim of this programme is to accelerate innovative Indian technologies into the global markets.

 

 

Sponsored ny DoST  and LockHeed Martion

 

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