Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) release the admit card for written exam of Scientist/ Engineer “SC” in Electronics, Mechanical and Computer Science.
These posts were advertised months ago in February with advertisement number “ISRO HQ:ICRB:01:2017”. Date of written test which has been confirmed now is 07th May 2017.
Latest News: ISRO will send the call letter for Scientist/Engineer ‘SC’ examination 2017 to the shortlisted applicants through e-mail April 25 onwards. Neither the admit cards will be sent via post, courier nor through the official website.
The candidates shall be mailed regarding the ISRO Scientist, Engineer admit card release but if you still don’t get your hall ticket then you can’t download it online using the ISRO official web portal.
If you’re unable to get ISRO SC admit card even after logging in at the their website then it simply means you’re not eligible for participating further in this recruitment. Read Frequently Asked Queries and Answers(FAQs) for more information about the recruitment.
|ISRO Examination Information|
|Exam||Scientist/ Engineer “SC”|
|Exam Date||7th May 2017|
|Admit Card Release||April 24, 2017|
|Advt Number||ISRO HQ:ICRB:01:2017|
All updates regarding this recruitment should be checked by candidates at Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) official website. Questions will be asked in objective type form in this exam. There will be 80 questions divided in four section. Candidates can download the Scientist exam previous years papers for each subject from following links:
ISRO Scientist Engineer Exam Admit Card have been emailed to the candidates whose application is accepted. The online facility for downloading the call letters is not officially available.
Note: Fulfilling the minimal required qualification doesn’t make the candidate eligible to appear in the ISRO Written Examination. The initial screening shall be done on the basis of candidate’s academic qualification, marks, and bio-data.
The written examination shall be hosted in May month in 12 cities including Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Bengaluru, Bhopal, Chennai, Guwahati, Kolkata, Lucknow, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Thiruvananthapuram, and New Delhi.
The organization holds the right to make changes in the exam center even at the last minute. However, a candidate’s request about changing the exam venue, time won’t be entertained.
The written test carries “Screening” purpose only. The score of the written examination won’t be used for the final selection. Candidate’s performance in the interview is the key to the final selection.
For Further Updates & ISRO SC Admit Card 2017: http://www.isro.gov.in/career