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Recruitment of Investigators in Ministry of Labour & Employment

 Investigators,  Jobs & Vacancy in Others at  Ministry of Labour & Employment, Haryana Jul 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications are invited from eligible Indian citizens for Recruitment of approximately 326 posts of Investigators on contract basis in the Labour Bureau in the State/UT. The selected Investigators will be put on the job of data collection in large scale sample surveys involving strenuous visits to rural and urban areas.

Name of the Post : Investigators: 326

Qualification :
Candidates holding degree with Statistics/Economics/Mathematics as one of the subjects or Graduate in Commerce and having fluency in the local language are eligible. Retired Persons from State Government/Govt of India having experience in the field of data collection work who are below 65 years of age and fit to travel can also apply for these posts.

Remuneration :
Investigators will be paid a fixed consolidated salary of Rs.11,000 j. per month towards remuneration. Besides consolidated salary, TA/ DA would be paid in addition when deputed for field duties.

How to apply :The candidates may apply by post (preferably Speed Post) and the completed application in the prescribed format, given below, should reach to the Office ofDirector General,Labour Bureau,Ministry of Labour & Employment,Government of India,SCO 28-31, Sector 17 A ,Chandigarh

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Selection Procedure :
On the basis of the information furnished by the applicants, short listing would be done and shortlisted candidates would be called for personal interviews. The venue, date and time of the interview shall be intimated to the shortlisted candidates through Speed Post.

General Instructions:
1. Jndian Citizens above the age of 21 years as on 1.7.2012. Reservation in respect of SC / STj 0 Be will be applicable as per the Government rules in vogue. Candidates holding degree with Statlstics/Economics/Mathematics as one of the subjects or Graduate in Commerce and having fluency in the local language are eligible.

2. Investigators will be expected to carry out data collection work relating to the Employment-Unemployment survey 10 both Rural and Urban areas m different distncts of the (As per Annexure) State/ UT, which includes visit to the households.

3. Investigators will be paid a fixed consolidated salary of Rs. }1,000 j. per month towards remuneration. Besides consolidated salary, TA/ DA would be paid in addition when deputed for field duties.

4. The candidates may apply by post (preferably Speed Post) and the completedapplication in the prescribed format, given below, should reach to the Officeof Director General, Labour Bureau, Ministry of Labour

5. On the basis of the information furnished by the applicants, short listing would be done and shortlisted candidates would be called for personal interviews. The venue, date and time of the interview shall be intimated to the shortlisted candidates through Speed Post.

Tentative Last Date:30-07-2012

About the organization:
Labour Statistics in India may be said to have originated when the first national population census was conducted in 1872. This census gave not only the count of number of persons, but also the number of gainfully employed. Since then every census has thrown useful data on workers in different industries and occupations every 10 years. Besides the statistics on employment thrown by the census, other data on labour statistics until the Second World War, were collected on ad-hoc basis, mostly as a by product of administration of labour laws and not as a basis for formulation of labour policies. The Royal Commission on Labour in 1931 pointed out the need for systematic collection of labour statistics. It observed that the policy must be built on facts as the uncertainty of facts would lead to confusion and conflict regarding its aim. The Commission recommended the adoption of suitable legislation enabling the Competent Authority to collect and collate information regarding the living, working and socio-economic conditions of industrial labour. Further, the inflationary pressure during the early period of the Second World War gave rise to demands of workers for compensation in their wages necessitating setting up of machinery for measuring changes in prices.

Address :
Labour Bureau
Ministry of Labour & Employment,
Government of India,
SCO 28-31, Sector 17 A ,
Chandigarh

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