Being a part of the country’s biggest space research organization, ISRO, is a matter of immense pride. Scientists and technicians associated with the Indian Space Research Organization contribute massively to the nation’s development.
Especially after millions watched the progress of India’s Chandrayaan-2 mission closely, many young kids now aspire to pursue a career in space.
But ever wondered how much do they earn at ISRO?
According to data from Quartz India, people at ISRO perform various roles and can expect to be paid somewhere between Rs 1.5 lakh to Rs 6.12 lakh per annum on an average.
For example, someone working as a Civil Engineer at ISRO can earn between Rs 2.20 lakh and Rs 6.12 lakh per annum, for analyzing and drawing maps and designs.
Other roles include that of a draughtsman/drafter, electronics engineer, mechanical engineer, machinist and fitter.
According to The Wire, scientists at ISRO were protesting a Rs 10,000 reduction in their monthly salaries back in September.
According to Freshers Live, ISRO has 94 vacancies; 3 for the role of Project Trainees, 1 for a Research Associate and 90 openings for B level Technicians.
Source: Quora, Quartz India and Scroll.in