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Statistical Investigator Gr.I

Office of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner
Experience : 4 Years
Location : Delhi
Job Role : HR
Posted on 13 Aug 19
Job DescriptionLast Date 08 Oct 19

Statistical Investigator Gr.I  job Position in Office of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner - Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India on deputation basis (including short term contract)

Eligibility  :  Officers under the Central Government/State Government/ Union Territories universities/ Recognized Research Institutions/ Public Sector Undertaking/ Autonomous Organizations/statutory or Semi-Government Organization:- (c) (i) holding analogous posts on regular basis in the parent cadre or department, or (ii) with five years service in the grade rendered after appointment thereto on a regular basis in the posts in the pay band-II (pre-revised) Rs.9300-34800 plus Grade pay of Rs.4200 or equivalent in the parent cadre or Department; and -(d) Possessing the following educational qualifications and experience; (iii) Master's Degree in Statistics or Mathematics or Economics or Business Studies or Management Studies from a recognized University (iv) Two years' experience in collection, tabulation analysis and interpretation of Statistical Data.

Pay Scale :  PB-2, Rs.9300-34800 with GP Rs.4600/- (Level-7 of Pay Matrix of 7th CPC)

Job Type : Full Time
Interview Type : Written-test
How to apply
It is therefore, requested that the application of eligible and willing officers/candidates and who can be spared immediately in the event of selection may be forwarded to 'The Under Secretary, Admn.Ill Section, Office of RGI, NDCC-II Building, 1st Floor, Jaisingh Road, New Delhi-110001' in duplicate in the prescribed proforma duly signed by the applicant and certified by the Controlling Officer within a period of 60 days.

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Company Description
The Indian Census is the largest single source of a variety of statistical information on different characteristics of the people of India. With a history of more than 130 years, this reliable, time tested exercise has been bringing out a veritable wealth of statistics every 10 years, beginning from 1872 when the first census was conducted in India non-synchronously in different parts. To scholars and researchers in demography, economics, anthropology, sociology, statistics and many other disciplines, the Indian Census has been a fascinating source of data. The rich diversity of the people of India is truly brought out by the decennial census which has become one of the tools to understand and study India.