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Discover how to apply for an internship at the Space Applications Centre (SAC).
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The Scientific Research and Training Division (SRTD) at the Space Applications Centre (SAC) is a dynamic hub of scientific inquiry and knowledge dissemination for an internship at ISRO.

SAC, a premier space research center in India, is dedicated to advancing the fields of Remote Sensing, GIS, Atmospheric Sciences, Earth Eco-systems, Meteorology, Oceanography, and various engineering disciplines.

The SRTD plays a pivotal role in nurturing the next generation of scientists, academicians, and decision-makers, providing them with a unique opportunity to engage in cutting-edge research and training.

In this blog post, we will delve into the details of this transformative program and discover how you can be a part of it.

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Who Can Apply for ISRO internship?

The SRTD at SAC warmly welcomes students and professionals with a passion for scientific exploration and a desire to make a meaningful contribution to the field.

We encourage applications from individuals pursuing or holding degrees in the following areas:

  1. Bachelor of Science in Engineering (B.Sc. Engg)
  2. Bachelor of Engineering (B.E)
  3. Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech)
  4. Master of Science (M.Sc)
  5. Master of Computer Applications (MCA)
  6. Master of Technology (M.Tech)
  7. Master of Engineering (M.E)
  8. Ph.D. students
For Students specializing in:
  • Remote Sensing
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  • Atmospheric Sciences
  • Earth Eco-systems
  • Meteorology
  • Oceanography
  • Computer Science
  • Electronics
  • Communication
  • Mechanical Engineering

The minimum duration for research and training at SAC is three months, but students and academicians are encouraged to seek a more in-depth experience to consider longer durations.

For those interested in Earth Eco-systems research, please explore research fields in greater detail by visiting Vedas SAC.

If you are keen on Meteorology and Oceanography, you’ll find comprehensive information at MOSDAC.

These resources will give you a glimpse into the exciting areas of study and research available to you.

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What ISRO provide during internship?

At SAC’s SRTD, we understand that conducting meaningful research and engaging in enriching training programs require the right infrastructure and support. Here’s what we offer to our participants:

Project Guidance: You will be paired with experienced and knowledgeable project guides who will mentor you throughout your research or training. Their expertise will be instrumental in shaping your journey.

State-of-the-Art Lab Facilities: Gain access to cutting-edge laboratory facilities equipped with the latest technology and equipment, providing you with the resources needed to conduct your experiments and investigations.

Extensive Library Resources: Our library is a treasure trove of scientific literature and resources, giving you access to a wealth of information to support your research and expand your knowledge.

Canteen Facilities: A well-stocked canteen ensures that you can fuel your intellect while staying energized. Enjoy a variety of delicious and nutritious meals during your workdays.

Internet Access: We understand the importance of staying connected to the world of research. You’ll have access to high-speed internet facilities to support your work and stay up-to-date with the latest developments in your field.

Upon successful completion of your research or training program, we provide you with a completion certificate that can be a valuable addition to your academic and professional portfolio.

Application Process for SAC Internship
  1. First, visit the Space Applications Centre (SAC) website. Navigate to the “Work with SAC” tab, and under this section, click on “Research and Training.”
  2. Once on the “Research and Training” page, locate and download the internship application form. Fill out the form with all the required details.
  3. After completing the form, make sure to obtain the necessary approval from your Head of Department.
  4. Scan the duly filled and approved application form and send it to the email addresses specified in the form.

    Find the Application form here
Important Information Regarding the Internship:
  1. This internship opportunity is exclusively available for current college students who wish to use it for the completion of their academic projects.
  2. Please note that this internship does not offer any stipend, and students are responsible for arranging their own accommodation.
  3. Students from all engineering domains are encouraged to apply for this internship.
  4. When specifying the research area or project topic in your application, you can mention your areas of interest such as VLSI design, microwave engineering, signal processing, data processing, quantum computing, AI, ML, data structures, CAD design, RF, and more. The final project title will be provided by SAC.
  5. The application form can be submitted throughout the year. Internships for one-year projects typically commence in June/July, while those for six-month projects start in December/January.
  6. Please note that the internship takes place exclusively on campus, and there is no option for a virtual mode.
  7. To have your application considered, you must obtain mandatory approval from your Head of Department.
  8. It is crucial to understand that this internship is solely meant for the completion of academic projects and does not guarantee or lead to job opportunities at SAC.

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