Indian Space Research Organization – ISRO

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ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization) – इसरो (भारतीय अंतरिक्ष अनुसंधान संगठन)

The Indian Space Research Agency is basically the Government’s space agency in India. The abbreviated form of Indian Space Research Organization is ISRO. It has its headquarters in the Bangalore city, Karnataka State. The vision of it is to “harness space technology for national development while pursuing space science research and planetary exploration.”isro careers

The Indian Government (भारत सरकार) established the ISR Organization in the year 1969. It superseded the then Indian National Committee for Space research or INCOSPAR which Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India created in 1962 with Vikram Sarabhai. The formation of Indian Space Research Organization indubitably institutionalized the name of space activities and explorations in our country. The Department of Space (DoS) which reports directly to the Indian Prime Minister, manages it.

The ISR Organization sent its lunar orbiter on 22nd October, in 2008. The name of that is the Chandrayaan-1. It also sent a Mars Orbiter on 5th November, in 2013. We recognize it as Mars Orbiter Mission. It entered the orbit of Mars in 2014, on 24th September. With this, India became the pioneering nation in the world that got success on its first attempt to the planet Mars.

ISRO’s Launch Vehicle Fleetplsv

  • Satellite Launch Vehicle or SLV
  • Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle or PSLV
  • Augmented Satellite Launch Vehicle or ASLV
  • Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle or GSLV
  • Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark-III (GSLV III)

Satellite Programs of ISROiirs

  • IRNSS Satellite Navigation System
  • The INSAT series
  • Radar Imaging Satellites
  • The IRS series
  • South Asia Satellite
  • GAGAN Satellite Navigation System

DoS Schemes, Programmes, and Missions

The first satellite of Indiavssc

The Indian Space Research Organization deserves the credit of building the first satellite of India, Aryabhata. The Soviet Union launched it in 1975, on 19th April. It has derived its name from the great Indian Mathematician, Aryabhata. After that, the ISR Organization developed two more rockets, namely, PSLV and GSLV.

Future plans of ISRO

  • Development of ULV
  • Human spaceflight
  • A solar spacecraft mission
  • Interplanetary probes
  • A reusable launch vehicle’s progress
  • Controlled soft lunar landing

ISRO Recruitmentisro recruitment

ISR Organization recruits employees for various posts. Visit the official website of ISRO to know in detail about Recruitment. The mode of application is online. If you want to start your ISRO career, go through the eligibility criteria and educational qualifications before applying.

If you want to know your ISRO exam and result, you can view it online from its online portal after publishing the result.


ISRO Website: https://www.isro.gov.in
Phone Number: +91 80 22172465 / 22172264 / 22172260
Email Id: icrb@isro.gov.in
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/isro
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/isro
Address Info:
Administrative office, ISRO,
Antariksh Bhavan,
New BEL Road,
Bangalore – 560 231,
India