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How to Become a Scientist in ISRO?

Take a look at these steps which will help you in becoming an ISRO scientist.
What is ISRO?
Indian Space Research Organization is the national space agency located in Bengaluru. It was founded in 1969 and is run by DoS, with the PM of India directly overseeing it and the chairman of ISRO also serving as an executive of DoS. Here are the steps to becoming ISRO Scientist.
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Step 1
Candidate should have MCP combination in 10+2 along with an excellent academic records.
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Step 2
After 10+2, they must qualify for JEE MAIN and JEE ADVANCED and complete B. Tech or B.E course from IIST, IITs or NIT.
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Step 3
The candidates need to sit for ISRO Centralized Recruitment Board (ICRB) exam with an eligibility of 6.8 CGPA on a scale of 10.
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Step 4
After M.Tech and PhD, candidates can become ISRO scientists. But first, they need to qualify for the written test and interview selection round.
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Step 5
A JRF can also give one a chance to become a scientist in ISRO. But only the candidate with the highest intelligence, wit and demeanour will be considered.
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