DRDO will recruit candidates for Apprentice posts. Interested candidates can apply for the post through the official site of DRDO and RAC at drdo.gov.in or rac.gov.in. More details here for drdo recruitment 2019.
Defence Research & Development Organisation, DRDO has invited applications from candidates to apply for Apprentice posts. Candidates who are interested in the post can visit the official site of DRDO at drdo.gov.in or rac.gov.in and apply. The last date to apply for the post is till November 20, 2019. A total of 116 posts will be filled through this recruitment drive.
The posting of the Graduate and Technician (Diploma) Apprentice will be at Integrated Test Range, ITR, Chandipur. Candidates can check for vacancy breakup, eligibility, selection process here.
DRDO Apprentice posts: Important Dates
- Opening date of application: November 1, 2019
- Closing date of application: November 20, 2019
DRDO Apprentice posts: Vacancy Details
- Graduate Apprentice -60 posts
- Technician (Diploma) Apprentice – 56posts
DRDO Apprentice posts: Eligibility Criteria
- Graduate Apprentice: Candidates should have B.E/B.Tech degree in respective disciplines.
- Technician (Diploma) Apprentice: Candidates should have Diploma in respective disciplines.
The fresh pass out candidates (passing their B.E/B.Tech/ Diploma degree in 2017, 2018 and 2019) can only apply. Candidates who have passed the qualifying examination earlier than 2017 are not eligible. Check Official Notification here. Apply Here
Other Details of DRDO Recruitment 2019
Al information regarding written test/ interview, call letters etc shall be provided through the website only. No hardcopy mailing of written test/interview call letter shall be done by the ITR. Those candidates who have completed the qualifying examination as regular candidates are only eligible to apply. For more details, visit the official site of DRDO.
What Is DRDO:
Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO) is an agency under the Ministry of Defence. Headquartered in New Delhi, DRDO was formed in 1958 by amalgamating the Defence Science Organisation and a few technical development establishments. DRDO is India’s largest research organisation. It has a network of laboratories engaged in developing defence technologies covering various fields, like aeronautics, armaments, satellites, electronics, land combat engineering, life sciences, materials, missiles, and naval systems.
DRDO’s first project for the Indian military was in surface-to-air missiles (SAM) known as Project Indigo. However, it received little success and was therefore discontinued. Since being set up, DRDO has achieved many successes in developing major systems and critical technologies like aircraft avionics, UAVs, small arms, artillery systems, EW Systems, tanks and armoured vehicles, sonar systems, command and control systems and missile systems.