Job opportunities in Indian Institute of Public Administration for Research Associate/ Research Assistant /Data Entry Operator 2018
Project Title : 'Measures to Augment the Resources of the Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs)”
No. of Post : 01
Qualification : Master Degree / M.Phil in Economics/ Statistics/ Law/ Environmental Sciences/ Planning/ Geography/ Computer Science etc.
Essential : Working knowledge in computer Consolidated
Experience : One year in the relevant areas.
Salary : Rs. 22,000/- to 29,000/- p.m
Research Assistant /Data Entry Operator
No. of Posts : 02
Qualification : Graduate from a recognized University with a Certificate/ Diploma in Computer Application from a reputed Institute, having sufficient experience in the area of data entry operations.
Essential : Working knowledge of various software’s.
Experience: One year in the relevant areas.
Consolidated Salary : Rs.15,000/- to Rs.20,000/- p.m.
How To Apply For Job opportunities in Indian Institute of Public Administration for Research Associate/ Research Assistant /Data Entry Operator 2018
Interested candidates fulfill the above criteria may walk in for the interview in Room No.18 at Indian Institute of Public Administration, I.P. Estate, Ring Road, New Delhi along with the original educational and experience documents and updated CVs by 10:00 A.M. sharp on 1st October, 2018. Candidates reaching the venue after the scheduled time shall not be entertained under any condition.
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Public Administration has always implied Government when ‘public’ actually means community or people. In the post-colonial, post-independence paradigm of the early 1950s, Public Administration really meant providing service to the people by the State apparatus using the ground rules of justice, ethics and fair-play. This was the intention of the visionary Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru when he established the Indian Institute of Public Administration on March 29, 1954 based on the recommendations of a survey carried out in 1953 by Dean Paul H. Appleby, a Consultant with the Ford Foundation invited to advise on the subject, by the Government of India.