1. Aerospace Engineering
Aerospace EngineeringIt includes the designing, development, and operation of airplanes, spacecraft, and missiles. Aerospace Engineers at ISRO are known for their versatility and clinical attitude. Aerospace engineers have important responsibilities. System engineering is also an important factor in it. Aerospace engineering also deals with system integration and performance monitoring in spacecraft or satellites. Moreover, the designing and manufacturing of advanced aeronautical vehicles is also a part of manufacturing engineering.
2. Avionics Engineering
Avionics Engineering Individuals are tasked with developing and testing new designs. Avionics engineers at ISRO are responsible for ensuring the smooth functioning of the electronic systems that control and guide aircraft and spacecraft. In addition, avionics engineering also involves working with systems engineers to integrate avionics systems into aeronautical projects. Design engineering, creation of navigation and control systems and major responsibility for their upgradability. Avionics engineers also work in software engineering. These engineers also develop and maintain avionic system software.
3. Computer Science
Computer ScienceIncludes various computer systems and software development capabilities. Since ISRO uses computer systems as well as various software for many important tasks and for various purposes, scientists trained in computer science can work for ISRO. Computer science graduates may work to create innovative software solutions for specific space missions, maintain and upgrade spacecraft operations software systems, and periodically design and test computer systems for reliability and performance. Apart from this, it also has the task of creating software and programs required for space exploration, creating algorithms and analyzing data.
4. Electrical Engineering
Electrical engineers are responsible for developing, testing and maintaining electrical systems and power sources at ISRO. Electrical Engineer Electrical engineers work in designing power spacecraft and satellites. Electrical engineers at ISRO also design and test electrical circuits, control systems and power distribution networks. However, working here requires knowledge and understanding of spacecraft electrical integrity and key system operation.
5. Mechanical Engineering
ISRO’s Mechanical Engineers have the key responsibility of designing, testing and maintaining mechanical systems at ISRO. They are also responsible for working on thermal control and structural systems in space missions. Mechanical engineers play an important role in many of the pre-design tasks involved in building an aircraft.
6. Geospatial Engineering
Geoengineering is the collection, analysis and interpretation of geographic data. ISRO geospatial engineers play a vital role in mapping, navigation and disaster management work. Remote sensing and GIS are used to collect and analyze data on the Earth’s surface. Geological engineers create accurate maps. Moreover, they provide information about natural hazards or disasters by monitoring environmental changes. They also study mission planning and Earth properties through spatial data processing and interpretation.
7. Remote Sensing
ISRO remote sensing scientists collect and analyze satellite and other remote sensing data. They use optical and radar sensors to collect data about Earth’s land, oceans, atmosphere, and natural resources. This data is important for weather forecasting, agricultural monitoring and environmental assessment. Understanding of Earth’s resources and environmental changes with the help of remote sensing and assessment based on the information is also taught in this course.
8. Signal Processing
Signal processing is the analysis and manipulation of signals. ISRO’s signal processing business also supports communications, radar and image processing. Algorithms and approaches are used to extract relevant information from complex spacecraft and satellite data. Signal processing engineers also work on developing signal processing networks for effective and reliable data transfer. Radar systems are essential for remote sensing and spacecraft navigation.
9. Systems Engineering
Complex system design and management is systems engineering. Systems engineers at ISRO work on space mission component development and management. Systems engineers also provide guidance, navigation, and control in the functioning of various subsystems.
10. Satellite Communication Engineering
Designing and operating satellite communication systems of Satellite Communication Engineers There is work. The team works on ISRO’s systems that support data transfer, telecommunications and broadcasting. They act as a link between ground stations and satellites, ensuring data transmission, speed optimization and maintaining signal quality. Satellite communications specialists (broadcasters) help transmit television and radio over satellite networks and enable voice and data connections through satellites.
11. Robotics & Automation
Robotics and automation are critical to space exploration and mission operations. Robotics and automation at ISRO help build, maintain and explore commercial space vehicles. They build space-ready robots for precision tasks. Space missions use robotic arms, rovers and other autonomous devices designed and programmed by robotics and automation experts. Their experience is helpful for quick and accurate execution of work. These robots are useful in various tasks in space exploration.
12. Analytics and Data Science
ISRO’s satellites and sensors capture massive amounts of data for data science and analytics. Data scientists at ISRO study Earth’s ecology, climate trends and mission planning. Analyze datasets using analytical methods, machine learning algorithms and statistical studies.