7 comments on “Tips and statistics for the interview for the post of Scientist/Engineer – SC (CSE,EEE,ME)

  1. Hello Sir,I am in final year of M.Tech from Indian Institute of Information Technology,Gwalior.
    Can I apply for ISRO Scientist Post ? As I am completing my degree in just one month, what NOC should I have to submit ?

    • Hi Udit,

      Of course you can apply. As long as you are not getting employed by an employer which is either a government organization or PSU, you don’t need to submit an NoC. If I have understood you correctly, you are still a student. In that case, you are good to go without NoC.

  2. Thanks sir for the reply,there is one more question.I am M.tech final year student and doing Integrated Post Graduate course (B.tech + M.tech) 5 year dual degree .When I am filling the recuitment form,it is asking the duration of course B.tech and showing four options 7,8,9,10.

    But my B.tech course if of 6 semesters and M.tech course is of 4 semesters.

    so what should I choose from options 8 semesters or 10 semesters ?

  3. Hi Dipanjan
    As i had applied for the post of Scientist at ISAC Bengaluru (not centralised recruitment of CS,ME) Advt. No.ISAC:01:2017
    B.E -14 Job code
    Eligibility : B.E Production engineering or equivalent
    Area of work : Resource Management, Financial & Personnel Management functions,
    Systems Engineering & Project Management
    My question is if they have written test then they will ask questions from the area of work or Production engineering basics or both…R u having any idea abt this ? Do u know any of the friends like they had attended M.Tech special recruitment .Help me ASAP.Thanks in advance
    And how will be the interview

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