Young Professionals at NITI Ayog: Apply by October 12


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NITI Ayog has invited applications for recruitment of 22 Young Professionals to be recruited on Contract basis through Open Market.

The Young Professionals are expected to contribute to Monitoring and Evaluation projects undertaken by Development Monitoring and Evaluation Office (DMEO) across various sectors and schemes of Ministries/Departments of Government of India in addition to other related activities.

Tenure The engagement would be purely on contractual basis for a fixed period of two years which may be extended by one year at a time up to a maximum tenure of five years.

Remuneration per month would be Rs. 70,000/-.

Applicant should be below 32 years of age as on the date of advertisement.

Applicant should hold Post Graduate Degree or equivalent in Science/Economics/Statistics/Operation Research/Public Policy/ Development Studies/ Business Administration/Management; or should hold BE/B.Tech or MBBS or LLB or CA or ICWA or possess any Professional Degree earned after study of 4 years or more acquired after 10+2.

Desirable: Persons with M.Phil., M.Tech., M.S., LLM, Ph.D, additional qualifications, research experience, published papers and post qualification experience in the relevant field would be preferred.

Experience: Applicant should have minimum 1 year experience in the field of programme monitoring and/ or programme evaluation and/or public policy (preferably in the Government sector). Preference will be accorded to candidates with experience in application of cutting-edge technologies in surveys, data analytics, rigorous econometric analysis of large datasets.

Key responsibilities of the fellows is given in the detailed Notification and Guidelines at https://www.niti.gov.in/career/vacancy-circular

Applications can be submitted online at this weblink latest by 12th October 2022.

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