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ISRO Admit Card 2014 - Download, Engineers, Scientist, Hall Ticket

ISRO is one of the largest Research Organization; ISRO success rate is around 95%. ISRO has been established in India with the aim of development in apace technology, in which this organization succeed. ISRO is India’s one of the largest and reputed organization. Every person wants to be a part of such type of organization. For this ISRO give a chance to common people to be a special one to be a part of ISRO.


Recently ISRO announces the vacancies for their departments, ISRO application forms are available on the website of ISRO after application forms, candidates are waiting for their Admit Cards. Candidates can also check Karnataka PGCET Admit Card on our Hindustan Jobs Portal.



To download ISRO Admit Card 2014/ Hall Ticket 2014 candidates may go to the official website of ISRO. Candidates can download their admit card from official site, after this select the link of career and after that select recruitment. To download ISRO Admit Card 2014 candidates must have their registration number and date of birth detail. No other option is available for candidates to get their ISRO Admit Card 2014.

6 comments:

  1. At the time of vacany they hav asked for eligibility of 65% for Scientist /EngineerSC-Electronics , but now iSRO is sending the call letter to only those hav secured 72% or above...Why so, they should mention it before also if this is their eligibilty cretiria...Pls help

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  2. koi nhi yaar hum log kahi or try karenge...

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  3. i appreciate you friend ,,, i have also applied but now they are posting the minm mark is 72%.

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  4. They hv mentnd b4,dt 65% is da minimum requrmnt..it doesn mean ur eligble..read carefuly..dey told dist b4 nly

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  5. can i know the perfect elgibility percentage plzz for mechanical students for jobs in isro

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  6. can i know perfectly what percentage is needed for mechanical students for jobs in isro

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