Computer Assistant Recruitment IAMR – 2013 NISTECH

Computer Assistant Recruitment IAMR – 2013

IMAR 2013 Vacancy

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Institute of Applied Manpower Research
(An autonomous organization under the aegis of Planning Commission, Govt, of India)
City Office : 53, Lodhi Estate, Mew Delhi-110003
Headquarter :Sector A-7. Institutional Area, Marela. Delhi-110040

The Institute of Applied Manpower Research invites applications for filling up the vacant posts in National Information System for Technical Human Resource (NISTECHR) Projecton direct recruitment on contract basis for a period of one year which may be extended up to three years as per following details:-

Vacancy NISTECH Details Download

2.     Other terms and conditions:
i.     Applicant must be Citizen of India.
ii.     Relaxation in age & qualification to deserving candidates will be considered as per rules
and discretion of the Competent Authority, iii.     Director-General reserves the right to accept or reject any application as per his discretion
and no correspondence will be entertained in this regard, iv.     The Institute reserves the right not to fill up any or all the post(s) advertised. The Institute
may at its discretion change the number of posts as per requirement, v.     Incomplete application in any respect or received after the closing date will not be
3.        The candidates fulfilling the eligibility criteria, qualifications and experience may submit their applications neatly typed and signed by giving the details:
1.   Full Name of the Applicant in Block letters
2.   Date of Birth
3.   Nationality
4.   Category
5.   Father's/Husband's Name
6.   Permanent Address
7.   Address for communication
8.   Educational/Professional Qualifications from Matriculation onwards
IAMR – India Human Development Report 2011 examines whether certain sections of Indian Society Suffer from multiple deprivations dy investigating how different castes and religious groups fare in terms of various socio – economic indicators.It provides a comprehensive picture of the human development situation in India through detailed state-wise profiles. Analysing whether the social indicators of excluded groups are converging or diverging with the rest of the population, the Report provides insights on the following: (i) Do different social groups like the scheduled castes, scheduled tribes, and minorities get excluded from the development process?
(ii) Has India experienced inclusive growth in the true sense?
(iii) How are flagship programmes of the government addressing some of these concerns?