ISRO Wants Indian Engineers, Issues Job Description; Amazon Beats Flipkart In Campus Hiring!

ISRO, which is planning to launch one rocket every month in 2018, is actively looking for Indian engineers to fill their roles.


ISRO Looking For Indian Engineers

On the sidelines of buoyant economic growth witnessed in the September quarter, there is some good news from the job front as well.

India’s national space organization, ISRO wants Indian engineers with immediate effect, and have released job description for the same, details of which we will shortly share.

Besides, campus hiring has picked pace across all leading institutions, and leading the charge this time is Amazon instead of Flipkart, especially in the ecommerce niche.

However, very strangely, Flipkart has drastically reduced their campus hiring program, and is falling behind Amazon in number of offers and the salary package.

Is everything ok with Flipkart here?

ISRO Wants Indian Engineers!

ISRO, which is planning to launch one rocket every month in 2018, is actively looking for Indian engineers to fill their roles. And the requirement is urgent it seems.

They have released the job descriptions for hiring positions of Graduate Apprentices and Technician Apprentices across leading job portals and newspapers, and the deadline for applying at ISRO is December 15th.

The applicant must be a BE/BTech (first class) with aggregate minimum 65 per cent marks (average of all semesters) or CGPA/CPI grading of 6.84 on a 10 scale, in their relevant streams.

For more details, interested applicants can directly visit: and apply.

Besides, if you think that sky is the limit, then here are direct job offers on the ISRO’s official portal.

Amazon Beats Flipkart In Campus Hiring!

Meanwhile, in the Indian ecommerce sector, we are witnessing some major changes in the campus hiring trends.

Amazon India has emerged as the top recruiter this time, comprehensively beating Flipkart by a fair and large margin.

As per reports coming in, Amazon is visiting around 50 engineering campuses, and 40 management institutes, as the overall hiring has been pumped up by 25%, compared to last year.

At the same time, Flipkart has decided not to visit any IITs and IIMs this year, thereby showcasing a major shift in priorities. Earlier, at IIM-Bangalore’s summer placement, Amazon had offered 27 offers, while Flipkart only offered 5 jobs.

If we compare the salary offered at BITS Pilani campus, then the difference is clearly visible: While Amazon offered Rs 27.8 lakh package, Flipkart offered Rs 23.8 lakh package.

The same story is seen elsewhere as well.

AK Bakthavatsalam, head of training and placement at the National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli said’,

“Flipkart did not visit this year. Amazon has been a regular visitor at NITT. This year, it made 11 offers, compared with nine offers last year,”

Just two years back, Flipkart used to be the leading recruiter from campus, having 200-300 job offers ready. But last year, they promised jobs, and then backed out at the last moment, which has created some confusion this year as students from premier colleges are apprehensive about Flipkart.

We will keep you updated as receive more inputs regarding campus placements.

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