DRDO Recruitment 2022 : In-principle approval has been given for recruitment of 1248 scientists in Defense Research and Development Organization. Under the decision, the recruitment process of scientists will be completed in a phased manner within 3 years.
In-principle approval has been given for the recruitment of 1248 scientists in the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO), which is playing an important role in promoting Make in India in the country. Under the decision, the recruitment process of scientists in a phased manner will be completed within the next three-four years. Actually, DRDO is currently facing a shortage of scientists. According to Defense Ministry sources, the Finance Ministry has given in-principle approval to this proposal.
Under the proposal, 814 posts of scientists already lying vacant in various laboratories of DRDO will be filled. Apart from this, 434 new posts of scientists have also been created separately.
will be done. The government said that these would be filled within the next three-four years under a phased programme. According to the ministry, the number of sanctioned posts of scientists with DRDO is 7773.At present only 6959 scientists are serving. There is a shortfall of roughly 10 per cent. Here, after the launch of the Make India campaign, the responsibilities of DRDO have increased. This has also led to the need for creation of new posts. In this way, the Ministry of Finance has not only approved the creation of new posts but has also agreed to fill up the already vacant posts.
DRDO Apprentice Recruitment 2022: Recruitment of 36 Trainee Posts in DRDO, Apply at drdo.gov.in Demand for PRIS to encourage
Similarly there is a demand for implementation of Performance Related Incentive Scheme (PRIS) to encourage the scientists of DRDO. This type of plan is in ISRO and Department of Atomic Energy. DRDO scientists are also demanding its implementation. The Defense Ministry said that this issue is also being looked into seriously.
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