Monday, December 13, 2010
IAMR requires System Analyst: Last Date 27 Dec. 2010
This job is posted by TUSHAR and available at itjobsdelhi[dot]blogspot[dot]com
Institute of Applied Manpower Research
Sector A-7, Institutional Area, Narela, Delhi-40.
Name of the Project : National Technical Manpower Information System (NTMIS)
Name of the post : System Analyst
Salary : Pay Band-3 Rs.15600-39100+6600 (GP)
Duration : Initially for a period of One Year
A good degree in Computer Science/ Technology or a good Master’s degree in Mathematics, Physics, Statistics, Operation Research or a degree in Engineering with appropriate training in
Computer Programming and technology.
Knowledge in SQL Server, Visual Studio, LINUX, PHP, website designing and development.
At least 5 years experience of data processing and statistical analysis in the Central / State Government Departments or other reputed organization.
Preference will be given to candidates having familiarity with RDBMS/SPSS packages.
Age : 35 years
Applications neatly typed on plain paper indicating details such as, Name, Father’s/Husband Name, Date of Birth, Address, Qualifications, Experience, Nationality, Caste, etc., along with attested copies of testimonials and a latest passport size photograph should reach the Consultant (Admn.), Institute of Applied Manpower Research, Sector A-7, Institutional Area, Narela, Delhi-40 latest by 27-12-2010.
For details please visit: http://iamrindia.gov.in/vacancy%20circular%20SA.pdf
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