ISRO Announces Internship & Student Project Trainee Schemes, Know How To Apply

ISRO Announces Internship & Student Project Trainee Schemes, Know How To Apply

Apply for ISRO's Internship & Student Project Trainee Schemes and gain hands-on experience in cutting-edge space research. Open to undergraduate, postgraduate, and PhD students in Science/Technology disciplines. Visit our website for guidelines and application procedures.

Siksha MUpdated: Monday, March 18, 2024, 03:15 PM IST
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The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has recently introduced its Internship Scheme and Student Project Trainee Scheme, aiming to promote talent in the field of space science and technology. These initiatives are open to students from all over India who wish to pursue their interests and gain practical experience in this domain.

Who can apply?

Under the Internship Scheme, undergraduate (UG), postgraduate (PG), and PhD students from recognized institutions, both within India and abroad, pursuing disciplines in Science/Technology are eligible. The internship duration spans a maximum of 45 days, offering students a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience in cutting-edge space research.

Eligibility?

The eligibility requirements state that students must have a minimum overall score of 60% or a CGPA of 6.32 out of 10. This requirement is in place to guarantee that only the most committed and academically successful students are chosen for the program.

Additionally, ISRO has introduced the Student Project Trainee Scheme catering to students at various stages of their academic journey.

Engineering students who have completed their 6th semester, ME/MTech students after their 1st semester, final-year BSc/Diploma students, and MSc students after their 1st semester are eligible for this program. PhD scholars who have completed their coursework are also welcome to apply.

Duration:

DurationThe duration of the project ranges from a minimum of 45 days to an extensive 30 months, depending on the degree pursued.

Students aspiring to undertake academic project work within the Department of Space (DoS)/ISRO must meet the minimum academic criteria of 60% aggregate or a CGPA of 6.32 on a scale of 10.

The selection process for both schemes will be meticulous, with applications scrutinized by respective Centres/Units as per the established norms.

No stipend for interns and project trainees

Although interns and project trainees will not be given any payment or financial support, they will have the priceless chance to collaborate with renowned professionals in their specific areas. Additionally, upon successfully finishing the internship or project, they will be awarded a certificate that acknowledges their contribution to ISRO's efforts.

Furthermore, students should note that while accommodation facilities are not provided, arrangements may be made on a chargeable basis, subject to availability.

Interested students are encouraged to visit the respective Centre/Unit websites for detailed guidelines and application procedures.

For more information and to apply, click here

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