The direction came after satellite images released by the Indian Space Research Organisation showed the rapid rate of subsidence in Joshimath between Dec 27 and January 8, fuelling concerns over the situation, even as Uttarkhand Minister Dhan Singh Rawat said on Saturday that the ISRO images have been withdrawn.
In images, the entire town, including the Army's helipad and the Narasimha temple, has been marked as sensitive zone.
The candidates, who have Degree / Diploma from any recognized University / Technical Board coming under the Southern Region of Board of Apprenticeship Training (Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Puducherry) for the training year 2022-23, can apply.
The engagements will be in multi-disciplinary fields and project activities related to Natural Resources, Environment, Ocean, Atmosphere, Studies related to Planetary Sciences and Microelectronics/VLSI.
The application process for the recruitment drive will begin today and continue till January 9, 2023. Interested candidates can get details on the official website, www.isro.gov.in.
As per ISRO advertisement, the engagements will be in the pay scale of level 4 of the pay matrix.
Out of the nine satellites that will be carried by the Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C54), EOS-6 will be the primary passenger while the others are piggybacks.
Skyroot Aerospace etched its name in the annals of Indian space history by becoming the first domestic private company to develop and fly a rocket.
Vikram-S makes history as the first private rocket of India to grace the skies. The rocket blasted off into suborbital space from the spaceport of Indian Space Research Organisation at Sriharikota.
Vikram-S launched the payloads in about 500 km low inclination orbit.
According to the ISRO, the FTS was handed over to Agnikul Cosmos on Monday after multiple rounds of interactions about interfacing, handling and using these systems on the company's rocket Agnibaan.
After the separation of 16 satellites, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chairman S.Somanath said: "The satellite separation is a slow process. The remaining satellites will be separated and the data will come later."
During the countdown, the rocket and satellite systems will be checked. The fuel for the rocket will also be filled.
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The study finds that a part of the signal could be arising from a thin veneer of sodium atoms weakly bound to the lunar grains.