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Re: Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology

Post by heroisthai on Sat Jul 09, 2011 3:40 pm

Thiruvananthapuram, on September 14, 2007 with an initial investment of Indian Rupee ₹ 270 crores and annual recurring cost of Indian Rupee ₹ 40 crores by the Union Government, thus the entire expenses of the course is supported by ISRO in the form of scholarships or assistantships, and successful students would be subsequently absorbed into ISRO itself.[4][5] It is the only institute of its kind in India, which imparts B.Tech. in Space Technology, and subjects suitable the requirements of ISRO.

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