India successfully test fires BrahMos supersonic cruise missile from navy's stealth destroyer INS Chennai
The missile hit the target with pin-point accuracy after performing "extremely complex" manoeuvres, said officials, The defence ministry said that it will ensure the warship's invincibility by engaging naval surface targets at long ranges.
The Tier-II examination would be conducted in October or November 2020, DRDO is yet to release a final schedule for the recruitment test
The missile, Rudram-1, is capable of bringing down a wide-range of enemy radar systems, communication networks, and air defence systems within a range of up to 250 kms
BrahMos is a medium-range ramjet supersonic cruise missile capable of being launched from submarines, warships, fighter jets or from land
India successfully test fires hypersonic technology demonstrator vehicle, joins select group of countries
The HSTDV, developed by the DRDO, is capable of powering missiles to attain a speed of around Mach 6, said officials, adding that only a very few countries like the US, Russia and China have such a capability
MPs will be asked to get tested for COVID-19 three days before Monsoon Session, says Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla
To finalise the arrangements for the upcoming session, Birla on Friday chaired a meeting of officials from health ministry, ICMR, AIIMS, DRDO, and Delhi govt
Dhruvastra is the helicopter version of ‘Nag Helina’ with several new features and is meant to be fired from air to destroy enemy bunkers, armoured vehicles, and main battle tanks.
Eyes in the sky: DRDO's Bharat drones to boost army's surveillance missions over Chinese activities along LAC
The drone 'Bharat' also provides real-time video transmission during the mission and can detect humans hidden under deep forest covers.
DRDO Recruitment 2020: Online application process to fill 185 vacancies for scientists, Engineers begins on 29 May at rac.gov.in
Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO) will start online application process for the recruitment of Scientist B from Friday, 29 May
COVID-19 impact: NITI Aayog suggests short-duration R&D projects for quick results; says self-reliance should be rural development model
NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar suggested a seven-point development model for India laying stress on the need to make development a public movement on the lines of the freedom movement.
DRDO’s RAC announces vacancies for 167 posts of Scientist 'B', application process to close on 10 July
The RAC has on Thursday opened applications for recruitment to the posts of Scientist ‘B’ at the Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO).
Hyderabad-based DRDO lab develops contacless sanitisation cabinet to disinfect currency notes, mobiles phones
Proximity sensor switches clubbed with drawer opening and closing mechanism makes its operation automatic and contactless
DRDO declares result for tier-1 admin and allied cadre services; check list of qualified candidates on drdo.gov.in
The exam was conducted for filling 224 vacancies in the DRDO’s admin and allied cadre, reported NDTV
Coronavirus Outbreak: Indian medical device-makers battle supply snags, labour shortages in race to build affordable ventilators
Indian medical device makers, racing to churn out ventilators as domestic COVID-19 cases spike, have been beset by supply bottlenecks, cost overruns and labour shortages that are delaying their efforts to produce an affordable device.
It will produce five lakh 'N-99 masks' that is the highest quality mask, with the efficiency filter out 99 percent of particles.
DRDO delivers kiosks for COVID-19 sample collection to Hyderabad hospital; cubicles aimed at reducing risk of exposure for healthcare workers
The DRDO has developed a COVID Sample Collection Kiosk (COVSACK) to be used by healthcare workers.
In a major boost to the 'Make in India' initiative,the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) has paved way for procurement of 83 indigenous Tejas fighter aircraft for the Indian Air Force (IAF).
The rapid testing labs, able to test around 1,400 samples per day, will be set up Delhi-NCR and Bhubaneswar.
DRDO Decay Part 2: Rechristened with fancy names, drone projects drain exchequer; paltry inventory hardly enthuses forces
There are many other examples which the audit believes has been no less than huge disappointment for the user agencies as well as research and development scenarios in the country.
DRDO Decay Part 1: Keeping end users in dark, poor planning, flouting of SOPs hurt UAV projects, reveals CAG test audit
A test audit report by the Comptroller and Auditor General examining the working of Aeronautical Development Establishment reveals that the lab is taking up projects aimlessly without any focus and priority, spending money on research which has been abandoned without completion.