How do I get a job at DRDO? I am an ECE graduate.

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Adam Pacheco



How do I get a job at DRDO? I am an ECE graduate.

Get a good score on the Gate ny exam then apply at DRDO…. n Finally resolve the interview ...

The interview process is quite exhausting…. But if you rate it…. So you get all the assignments of an A grade officer and a job of renown with great pride and honor by directly serving the nation….

All the best of all DRDO hopefuls….

Under the ISRO requirement, holders of engineering degrees in the following specialized fields are eligible to apply for the position of 'SC' Electronics Scientist / Engineer (BE-001):

1. Applied electronics

2. Communication

3. Electrical electronics

4. Electronics

5. Electronics and communication

6. Electronics and energy

7. Electronics and telecommunications

8. Industrial electronics

9. Power electronics

10. Telecommunications

11. Instrumentation technology

12. Instrumentation and control

13. Electronics and instrumentation

14. Avionics

You can be hired by ISRO for the position of scientist / engineer. All you need is a professional

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Under the ISRO requirement, holders of engineering degrees in the following specialized fields are eligible to apply for the position of 'SC' Electronics Scientist / Engineer (BE-001):

1. Applied electronics

2. Communication

3. Electrical electronics

4. Electronics

5. Electronics and communication

6. Electronics and energy

7. Electronics and telecommunications

8. Industrial electronics

9. Power electronics

10. Telecommunications

11. Instrumentation technology

12. Instrumentation and control

13. Electronics and instrumentation

14. Avionics

You can be hired by ISRO for the position of scientist / engineer. All you need to have is a suitable BE / B.Tech degree in a specific branch (in your case ECE) with an eligible addition.

ISRO recruits B.Tech graduates every year through its Recruitment Board called ICRB (ISRO Centralized Recruitment Board) from different branches such as mechanics, electronics, computer science, etc. You must take a written test consisting of 80 multiple-choice questions. And qualified applicants must attend an interview where their admission will be confirmed.

The eligibility criteria for the test are:

  • Candidates must have passed BE / B.Tech or an equivalent grade in first class with a minimum aggregate of 65% grades or CGPA 6.84 / 10. (ISRO is very strict with the CGPA and does not consider anything less than the required criteria) .
  • Age limit: 42 years old

The ISRO test is similar to the GATE test (its level of difficulty is almost the same). Preparing well for the GATE test will be very helpful for this test.

You must have a very good knowledge of the basics and few concepts / subjects such as:

  • Digital electronic circuits
  • Analog electronic circuits
  • Electronic devices and IC
  • Network theory
  • Comunication system
  • Control systems
  • Signals and systems
  • Electromagnetic theory
  • Signal processing

"All the best" to all applicants

*** This information is collected online from different sources and from the official ISRO website.

For more information visit: RECRUITING A SCIENTIST / ENGINEER `SC 'WITH BE / B.TECH OR EQUIVALENT DEGREE IN ELECTRONICS, MECHANICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCES

Frequently Asked Questions: https://www.isro.gov.in/sites/default/files/frequency_asked_questions_and_answers_emc_2018_0.pdf

GATE is not work. It is a competitive exam conducted by IIT / IISc for admission to MTech / MS / Phd. PSUs are recruited through GATE SCORE (normalized)

This depends on the mentality of the people.

Those who prefer to work very hard to get through the 3-stage process, try IES (especially ECE / since vaccines are less / 51 vaccines (E&T) 2017). There are many designations, you can go for the respective designation based on your rank. Railways are the most preferred.

DRDO (SCIENTIST B) recruits through GATE. It is the main field of ECE. The salary is good. work depends on available projects and may change projects in the future.

ISRO (SCIENTIFIC SC)

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GATE is not work. It is a competitive exam conducted by IIT / IISc for admission to MTech / MS / Phd. PSUs are recruited through GATE SCORE (normalized)

This depends on the mentality of the people.

Those who prefer to work very hard to get through the 3-stage process, try IES (especially ECE / since vaccines are less / 51 vaccines (E&T) 2017). There are many designations, you can go for the respective designation based on your rank. Railways are the most preferred.

DRDO (SCIENTIST B) recruits through GATE. It is the main field of ECE. The salary is good. work depends on available projects and may change projects in the future.

ISRO (SCIENTIST SC) conducts a separate examination (ICRB). decent wise salary. The work assigned will depend on the projects available. You will learn a lot of new things and it is a good job for the ECE guys compared to other jobs available in terms of learning new things. It gives you satisfaction that you are working in a basic field.

My suggestion is that if you get any of the 4 (ESE, CIVILS, ISRO, DRDO) you can join it blindfolded. If you have multiple offenses out of four, then think wisely.

IAS is for INDIA people who have any valid title. Anyone can try and approve it.

The level of competition for all these exams is high, so be prepared to face real situations.

WARNING: The pay scale is good, but never compare yourself to the private sector.

Previously, DRDO used to take a recruiting exam known as the DRDO-SAT at the undergraduate level, but for the past few years this exam has not been done. Since DRDO is a research organization, it will certainly help you if you have an M.Tech or Ph.D. Here your thesis / project will play an important role. Because you are not going through a central hiring process, they will consider you only if they find your project relevant to their research area. If you go for PG, try to find those teachers who have some DRDO sponsored project under them, then you have a chance to work with him on that project.

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Previously, DRDO used to take a recruiting exam known as the DRDO-SAT at the undergraduate level, but for the past few years this exam has not been done. Since DRDO is a research organization, it will certainly help you if you have an M.Tech or Ph.D. Here your thesis / project will play an important role. Because you are not going through a central hiring process, they will consider you only if they find your project relevant to their research area. If you go for PG, try to find the teachers who have some DRDO sponsored project under them, then you have a chance to work with him on that project. or try to find out what areas DRDO is currently working on and do your project related to that area.

So to answer your question, having an M.Tech will definitely give you a head start, but it doesn't guarantee you a job at DRDO.

About the advantages of M.Tech:

When you finish BE you have a little idea of ​​all the fields of mechanical engineering but when you go to a higher degree you will have a deep knowledge of your specialization, and therefore they are preferred for R&D profiles. Therefore, if If you have a special interest in a particular field and want to move on, it is advisable to opt for M.Tech.

I do not have a clear knowledge about the salary structure of DRDO.

I hope you are asking about the DRDO Computer Based Screening Test (CBST). I gave him mechanical CBST-14. It is for the position of scientist category 'B.
Duration: 120 min
contains: Technical, GK, Fitness

Technical:
Covers almost all topics.
But the difficulty level was the same as any Gate document. Most of them were formula-based. If you've even read the basics even once, you can get a high score. But remember that due to the lower level of difficulty, you will need to get a high score.
They do not provide online calculator.

Fitness and GK.
Look, don't focus too much on GK, just 3-4 that of th

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I hope you are asking about the DRDO Computer Based Screening Test (CBST). I gave him mechanical CBST-14. It is for the position of scientist category 'B.
Duration: 120 min
contains: Technical, GK, Fitness

Technical:
Covers almost all topics.
But the difficulty level was the same as any Gate document. Most of them were formula-based. If you've even read the basics even once, you can get a high score. But remember that due to the lower level of difficulty, you will need to get a high score.
They do not provide online calculator.

Fitness and GK.
Look, don't focus too much on GK, just 3-4 than that. Generally on the achievements of DRDO or missiles owned by India.
Fitness was easy. If your math is good. You don't need any preparation for that. Just check the series, the probability, the median mean. Review RS Agrawal's math for MBA (even knee day is enough to complete the book). It will also help you in GATE.

So basically the difficulty level in CBST-14 wasn't too high, it was moderate.
I don't know about next year. But yes if your technique is above average. You will break it.

Hello there :-)

Always think positive and you will definitely get a job at ISRO if you work hard enough. You need to work hard and believe in yourself. To get a job at ISRO (scientific level), you need to get around 65-75% grades in the ECE degree course. Then you can apply for ISRO's annual Scientist Recruitment Test which takes place once a year.

It consists of a paper and pencil test and then shortlisted candidates are called in for an interview. The pencil and paper test will test your knowledge on your particular topic. For example, if you are an electrical engineering student, you will be asked questions about

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Hello there :-)

Always think positive and you will definitely get a job at ISRO if you work hard enough. You need to work hard and believe in yourself. To get a job at ISRO (scientific level), you need to get around 65-75% grades in the ECE degree course. Then you can apply for ISRO's annual Scientist Recruitment Test which takes place once a year.

It consists of a paper and pencil test and then shortlisted candidates are called in for an interview. The pencil and paper test will test your knowledge on your particular topic. For example, if you are an electrical engineering student, you will only be asked questions about electrical engineering on the exam. That means you need to brush up on your concepts and review them thoroughly. If you passed the exam, you will be shortlisted for a general interview (all companies do too). After following these steps successfully, one day you will work for ISRO. Just keep faith in yourself and do your best.

The best of luck to you :-)

DRDO stands for Defense Research and Development Organization

DRDO is working in the following areas
:
Aeronautics, combat vehicles,
systems engineering
instrumentation, Computer
advanced naval systems, etc.

Eligibility for DRDO:
Must be a student of the following streams
: Electronics and Communication Engg
- Mechanics Engg
- Computer Science and Engg
- Chemistry Engg
- Electrical Engg from a renowned University of India.

You must be a citizen of India.

Age Limits for DRDO:
- Must be 21 years old and no older than 30 years prior to the exam year.
The upper age limit is re

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DRDO stands for Defense Research and Development Organization

DRDO is working in the following areas
:
Aeronautics, combat vehicles,
systems engineering
instrumentation, Computer
advanced naval systems, etc.

Eligibility for DRDO:
Must be a student of the following streams
: Electronics and Communication Engg
- Mechanics Engg
- Computer Science and Engg
- Chemistry Engg
- Electrical Engg from a renowned University of India.

You must be a citizen of India.

Age Limits for DRDO:
- Must be 21 years old and no older than 30 years prior to the exam year.
The upper age limit is relaxed in specific cases as mentioned below:
up to a maximum of 5 years if the candidate belongs to SC / ST.
up to a maximum of 3 years if the candidate belongs to other backward classes (BC)

* You must complete your Graduate Degree in FIRST CLASS

* If you are in the final exam (last semester) you can also apply.

However you are eligible for the interview, you will be allowed to appear for it if your final results are declared earlier.

DRDO conducts an exam called "Center for Personnel Talent Management" (CEPTAM).

Option 1 . DRDO goes to various top-tier institutes like IIT to recruit new engineering graduates (B.Tech and M.Tech).

Option 2. DRDO has its own exam for recruiting CEPTAM scientists, but it has been stopped in the last year.

Option 3. You can join as SRF or JRF on research projects on a temporary basis.

Option 4. Some doctors also join a laboratory as scientists based on vacancies, which are always very few.

Previously DRDO used to do the recruitment through SET (Scientists Entrance Test) followed by an interview which was open to all EC graduates from any Indian engineering university and through campuses like IIT and DIAT (their own Institute). Later, they began recruiting on campus solely through IIT and DIAT. In 2016 they also recruited through GATE.

If you request it temporarily, you can join as a contracted engineer, junior researcher and senior researcher ... there are permanent positions as scientists. If you have obtained a diploma and then studied btech, you can apply for the position of Senior Technical Assistant B (ece flow) in CEPTAM recruitment.

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