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The best place to work for technical and engineering. Run as the government department with many rules and regulation. Very good project execution. Less orientation towards HR policy for the employee
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The on-field and off-field experience at (Indian Space Research Organisation) ISRO, helped me contribute to the design and modeling of fluid components (fuel tanks, gas bottles, control devices), ensuring their practical feasibility. Also, I was responsible for simulation of launch vehicle structure components for its expected flight load, which included model optimization based on the experimental results & mission outcomes. The most interesting parts of being with the organisation are the launch missions and associated activities. Its 3 days of continuous work, where project comes together to remotely ensure the quality of the rocket.
planning, scoping, estimation, tracking & implementation of project plans within preset budgets and deadlines and coordinating projects for the set-up facilities. Worked as a Functional consultant, who involved requirement gathering, requirement elicitation, preparation of Solution/Functional design document and client walk through. Post solution sign-off, I was involved in implementation phase of the solution as a functional consultant, coordinating among technical team and business to ensure that final implemented solution was as per client's requirement.
Great place to work with..But looking for a change in life after having worked almost for 3 decades!!
Great place to be in.. as only the top cream of Indian students are selected for this organization jobs. You have pride in yourself to be an ISRO Scientist as you learn a lot something new and challenging in every day life. One will be exposed thoroughly to a complex rocketry, satellite technologies and all other allied engineering branches as everyone have to work in an interdisciplinary environment. Hence I am confident today to work anywhere on any kind of technology in an atmosphere dealing with any kind of linguistic or cultural backgrounds.
An awesome experience in Space Science. Gained Knowledge in Satellite Communication Co-workers make the work Comfortable & Easy The hardest part is working in shifts at times The most enjoyable part is getting to know new things every day
Gain knowledge in Satellite Communication
Working in Shifts
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1.modification/development of software or data analysis of any mission. 2.hard work and dedication will lead a way to success, data analysis need a kind of concentration. 3. good 4. appreciative and work as a team. 5.hardest part is multiple data arrival of different missions. 6.after the successful launch of each mission.
It is very good working ISRO, specially my division where i learnt about both mechanical engineering and part of control engineering.
good working culture
A typical day at work involves lot of discussions with no final outcome, politics and ego. I have learned time management, Scheduling and execution of projects in time. Co-workers are mostly helpful and fun loving. The hardest part of the job is there is no free hand in decision making. It gives me an opportunity to configure, design and analyze different mechanical systems. I really enjoy working in this part of my job.
Working at ISRO means, you have the freedom to do your own thing. You should have basic knowledge of your field and rest will be taken care of. Ample of learning opportunities are here. I have learned the real implementation of software in the GIS and Remote Sensing industry.
I am working in Indian Space Research Organisation for past 8 years in the field of RF and Microwave. I have designed various circuits in MIC and MMIC configuration viz Amplifier, Phase Locked Oscillator, Voltage Controlled Oscillator, Mixers, Frequency Multipliers, BPF, LPF, Couplers and Hybrids, Waveguide to microstrip/CPW transitions etc over a very broad frequency ranging from 250 MHz to 90 GHz.I have also developed various space borne sub-systems viz Rx front-end and Frequency generator for C Band Radar Altimeter, UHF Band Tracking Receiver, C-Band Frequency Generator, TR Module for L and C Band SAR, Frequency Generator and Receiver for Ground Penetrating Radar and W-band Front-end Receiver for sounders.
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