Last Date:29 Nov,2019
Advt No. SDSC SHAR/RMT/01/2019
Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR (SDSC SHAR)
Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR (SDSC SHAR) is inviting eligible candidates to apply online for 90 contractual posts of Technician and Draughtsman.Interested and Eligible Candidates may apply online by 29-11-2019 , after making sure that they meet the concerned eligibility criteria. All personal and educational details must be mentioned properly.
Name of the post – Technician and Draughtsman.
No of post – 90
Pay Scale – Rs 21700 – 69100
General Conditions:government jobs
- The responsibility to ensure the fulfillment of eligibility criteria and requirements detailed in this Advertisement rests with the applicant. Applicants are therefore advised to carefully read the full advertisement before proceeding for online application.
- The posts are temporary, but likely to continue.
- Those intending to apply for more than one post should apply separately for each post.
- The employees will be governed by the New Defined Contribution Pension Scheme. ISRO provides attractive benefits to its employees such as medical facilities for self and dependants, subsidized
canteen, free transport (in lieu of transport allowance), housing facility (in lieu of HRA), House Building Advance, Leave Travel Concession, Group Insurance, Performance Related Incentive Scheme, Central School for children etc.
- Relaxation in upper age limit by 05 years for SC/ST candidates and 03 years for OBC candidates against the posts reserved for these categories. Ex-servicemen (ESMs),Persons With Benchmark Disabilities (PWBDs), Central Govt. servants, Widows, Divorced women and women judicially separated from their husbands and who are not remarried and Meritorious Sportspersons are eligible for upper age relaxation as per Government of India Orders. Children/family members of those who died in the riots of 1984 will be given preference in recruitment by giving necessary age relaxation as applicable.
- Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC have to submit attested copies of Caste Certificates issued by the Competent Authority in the prescribed format applicable for reservation in jobs under Government of India, at the time of Written Test/Skill Test. (Copy of Proforma enclosed as Annexure-I).
- In respect of OBC candidates, reservation will be available only to candidates, who do not fall in the Creamy Layer and have to submit latest OBC (non-creamy layer) certificate issued by the Competent Authority in the prescribed format applicable for reservation in jobs under Government of India at the time of Written Test/Skill Test. OBC certificate must specifically include the clause regarding ”Exclusion from Creamy Layer” and should be updated/valid at the relevant point of time i.e. at the time of submission of on-line application for the above posts. OBC candidates,
must therefore, furnish valid and updated OBC certificate which should specifically include the clause regarding “Exclusion from Creamy Layer” in order to be considered against the posts reserved for OBC at the time of Written Test/Skill Test.
- Candidates applying for the posts reserved for Ex-Servicemen have to submit attested copy of Discharge certificate duly indicating the Ex-Servicemen status or NOC if not retired and equivalency certificate to the trade, at the time of Written Test/Skill Test.
- The property held by a “Family” in different locations or different places/cities would be clubbed while applying the land or property holding test to determine EWS status.
- The term “Family” for this purpose will include the person who seeks benefit of reservation, his/her parents and siblings below the age of 18 years as also his/her spouse and children below the age of 18 years.
- Income and Asset certificate issuing Authority and verification of certificate.
- The Officer who issues the certificate would do the same after carefully verifying all relevant documents following due process as prescribed by the respective State/UT.
- Candidates will have to produce income and asset certificate as and when required.
How To Apply:
- Applications will be received on-line only.
- In case of any ambiguity/dispute arises on account of interpretation of Hindi version of this notification, instructions detailed in the English version shall be final.
- The application for on-line registration will be hosted in the SDSC SHAR website between 09.11.2019 (1000 hours) and 29.11.2019 (1700 hours).
- Interested and eligible candidates may visit our website at https://www.shar.gov.in (or) https://apps.shar.gov.in to register their applications on-line between 09.11.2019 (1000 hours) and 29.11.2019 (1700 hours). Before registering, the candidates are advised to go through the instructions displayed on the website.
- Upon registration, applicants will be provided with an on-line Registration Number, which should be carefully preserved for future reference. E-mail ID and Mobile Number of the applicant are to be furnished in the application correctly and compulsorily.
- Candidates are not required to send the confirmatory copy. However, the on-line application has to be invariably followed up with a copy of “No Objection Certificate’’ from the employer
concerned in respect of those applicants who are employed under Central/State Government/Public Sector Undertakings /Autonomous Bodies, duly indicating the name, the post for which applied/Post No. and Regn. No. on the reverse of the NOC and which should be sent within 10 days of registering the on-line application and in any case not later than 09.12.2019 by ORDINARY POST to:
Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR
SPSR Nellore Dist, AP.
- Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) or Sriharikota Range (SHAR)is a rocket launch centre operated by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). It is located in Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. Sriharikota Range was renamed in 2002 after ISRO’s former chairman Satish Dhawan. SDSC’s current director is Arumugam Rajarajan.He took over from S. Pandian in July 2019.
- Sriharikota island was chosen in 1969 for a satellite-launching station. The centre became operational in 1971 when an RH-125 sounding rocket was launched.The first attempted launch of an orbital satellite, Rohini 1A took place on 10 Aug 1979, but due to a failure in thrust vectoring of the rocket’s second stage, the satellite’s orbit decayed on 19 Aug 1979.SHAR was named as ‘Satish Dhawan Space Centre’ (SDSC), on 5 September 2002, in memory of Satish Dhawan, former Chairman of the ISRO.
- The SHAR facility now consists of two launch pads, with the second built in 2005. The second launch pad was used for launches beginning in 2005 and is a universal launch pad, accommodating all of the launch vehicles used by ISRO. The two launch pads will allow multiple launches in a single year, which was not possible earlier. India’s lunar orbiter Chandrayaan-1 launched from the centre at 6:22 AM IST on 22 October 2008. India’s first Mars orbiter Mangalyaan was launched from the centre on 5 November 2013, which was successfully placed into Mars orbit on 24 Sep 2014. On 22 July 2019, India’s second lunar mission Chandrayaan-2 was launched from this centre, using a GSLV Mk III rocket.
- SHAR will be the main base for the Indian Human Spaceflight Programme. Existing launch facilities will be augmented to meet the target of launching a crewed spacecraft called Gaganyaan.
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