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अंतरिक्ष विभाग
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लोक सूचना : सावधान : नौकरी पाने के इच्छुक उम्मीदवार

यू.आर.राव उपग्रह केंद्र (यू.आर.एस.सी), अं‍तरिक्ष विभाग, इसरो, बेंगलूरु में प्रतिनियुक्ति के आधार पर वेतन मैट्रिक्‍स (7वां केंद्रीय वेतन आयोग) के स्‍तर 14 में नियंत्रक के पद की भर्ती (आवेदन की अंतिम तिथि है: 15/11/2021)
चंद्रयान-2 विज्ञान आंकड़ा उपयोगीता के लिए अवसर की घोषणा। प्रस्ताव प्रस्तुत करने की अंतिम तिथि 31 अक्तूबर 2021 है।
वर्तमान ई-प्रापण साइट का नई वेबसाइट में रूपांतरण करना प्रस्तावित है। सभी पंजीकृत/नये विक्रेताओं से नई वेबसाइट का अवलोकन करने तथा इसरो केंद्रों के साथ भाग लेने के लिए अपने प्रत्यय-पत्र का वैधीकरण करने का अनुरोध किया जाता है।

Technology Transfer

The Indian space programme has grown from its modest beginning of experimental satellites and launch vehicles to a full-fledged operational programme fully capable of building satellites and launch vehicles for various requirements. Having invested significant resources, the Indian space programme is required to maximize the transfer of technologies generated in various areas to Indian industries, thereby contributing towards technological self-reliance, industrial growth and national development. Recognising the potential for space programme to generate multiplier effect in terms of returns to industry and economy at large, from long term investments made, it was realised that “spin off” or fall out returns and their multiplier effect could be many times the direct returns from investment in mission-oriented high technology programmes such as space technology.

Unless these programmes disseminate the fruits of their enterprise to various sectors of the economy and generate mechanisms for effective transfer, the returns to the nation as a whole would remain limited and a synergistic impact would not occur.  The primary objective in the transfer and dissemination of Government generated technology to industry and other sectors is the speedy growth of the industries and the consequential momentum to sustained national development. Dissemination of best manufacturing and quality practices adopted by DOS to Indian industries and participation in technological and industrial development in high-technology areas are some of the direct benefits of DOS technology transfer program. The direct revenue returns to DOS/ISRO from the process of technology transfer are relatively minor and of secondary importance.

NSIL has been mandated for commercialising the technologies developed by DOS/ ISRO. For more details visit NSIL

Technology Transfer