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DRDO recruitment 2019: Last date to apply for 351 posts for class 10 pass

DRDO recruitment 2019: Selected candidates will get a monthly salary of Rs 28,000. To be eligible for the job, candidates will have to appear for a test. Those who qualify the test by scoring at least 40 per cent marks ( 35 per cent for reserved category) will be then selected for the second round.

India takes big step towards hypersonic speed flight, successfully pulls off maiden test

Defence sources said that the aircraft which was tested today forms an important component of the country's ambitious programme for the development of a hypersonic cruise missile system.

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Indian Navy, SBI, DRDO recruitment 2019: Latest jobs to apply in June

Given below is a list of jobs whose recruitment process will end in the month of June, along with their eligibility, selection procedure and salary details.

DRDO recruitment 2019: Apply for 351 posts; check eligibility, exam pattern, salary, how to apply

DRDO recruitment 2019: The application process is open and the last date to apply is June 26, 2019. Interested can apply at drdo.gov.in. A total of 351 posts are vacant and will be filled through this recruitment process. Selected candidates will get a monthly salary of Rs 28,000.

DRDO test fires guided bomb from Sukhoi combat jet

The defence ministry said the guided bomb achieved the desired range and hit the target with high precision.

DRDO recruitment 2019: Walk-in-interview for JRF fellows on April 30; check eligibility, salary, how to apply

DRDO recruitment 2019: Candidates with an MPharma degree can apply. The last date to download and send application form is April 29 while the interview will be held on April 30, 2019.

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Pune: New govt should be committed towards promoting scientific temperament, says scientific community

VK Saraswat, former chief of Defence and Research Organisation (DRDO) and a member at NITI Ayog, said that Indian scientists have for long adopted the “additive and repetitive” approach while undertaking researches, which are mostly restricted to the basic sciences.

Mission Shakti test debris pose no threat to global space assets: DRDO chief

The ASAT missile launch last month drew criticism from NASA as it condemned the mission over ignoring safety concerns in the space, especially threat to the International Space Station (ISS).

HIGHLIGHTS: All debris will decay in a matter of weeks, says DRDO chief on Mission Shakti

LIVE UPDATES: While addressing media persons in New Delhi, DRDO chief Dr G Satheesh Reddy said that the safety of space assets was kept in mind while launching Mission Shakti. He also said all the debris of India's anti-satellite missile will decay in 45 days.

Mission Shakti: DRDO labs in Pune played a key role in successful test-fire of BMD Interceptor

The Research and Development Establishment (Engineers), known as R&DE and based at Dighi in Pune, developed the ground system for the ASAT.

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