India’s Chandrayaan success has opened exciting opportunities in space technology. The triumph of Chandrayaan missions showcases India’s prowess in lunar exploration, creating avenues for careers in research, engineering, and mission management. As ISRO continues to expand its space endeavors, a thriving career in space technology awaits those with a passion for exploration and innovation.
What can I do (Roles Available) ?
Mission Control Specialist
Satellite Communication Specialist
Space Policy Analyst
Where can I work?
ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation), DRDO (Defense Research and Development Organization), and various research institutions.
Aerospace and technology companies like SpaceX, Boeing, Reliance Aerospace, etc
India's space startup ecosystem is growing rapidly, with companies like Pixxel, Skyroot Aerospace, and Agnikul Cosmos.
Consultant or entrepreneur, you can start your space-related business.
Cutting-edge technology and innovation.
Opportunity to work on prestigious space missions.
Contribution to India's space exploration and security.
High demand and competitive salaries.
Collaboration with international space agencies.
Intense competition for positions.
Complex and high-pressure work environments.
Lengthy development cycles for space missions.
Strict security protocols.
Ongoing need for skill development.
Key Skills Required
Strong foundation in mathematics and physics.
Problem-solving and analytical skills.
Proficiency in programming languages like C/C++ and Python.
Teamwork and communication skills.
Adaptability and a willingness to learn.
Knowledge of CAD (Computer-Aided Design) software.
What Should I study ?
Class XII (Science)- B.Tech in Aerospace Engineering/Mechanical Engineering/Electronics and Communication Engineering
Class XII (Science)- B.Sc. in Physics- M.Sc in Astrophysics
Class XII (Science)- B.Sc. in Astronomy or Astrophysics- M.Sc in Astronomy or Astrophysics