Friday, January 01, 2010

Babus in Demand: Job for an Indian bureaucrat in IMF's Washington DC Headquarters

IF you are a bright officer of the rank of deputy secretary or director of the government of India, here is a job for you in Washington DC. The government is filling up the vacancy of adviser to the Executive Director, International Monetary Fund (IMF), in Washington D.C. likely to arise on March 15, 2010.

Officers of the rank of deputy secretary or director of the government of India or equivalent level are eligible for the post. Officers applying for this post should possess the following qualifications and experience:
a) Minimum 2 years cumulative working experience in the ministry of finance or economic ministries.
b) Substantial graduate level university degree in areas related to the work of the Fund, most desirably, in Economics with an emphasis on macroeconomics, monetary economics, and public finance.
c) Familiarity with major Fund-related issues
a) Experience of dealing with externally aided projects
b) Preference may be given to those who have experience in the department of economic affairs
c) Degree in international trade or MBA.
Last date: 29th January, 2010

For details, check out the actual VACANCY CIRCULAR, December 30, 2009
Dr Arvind Virmani to join IMF (September 6, 2009)

Action and Appointments
a) The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has approved the proposal of the ministry of home affairs for the extension of inter-cadre deputation tenure of Vineet Vinayak, a 1995 batch Sikkim cadre IPS from Sikkim to Bihar for a further period of three months.
b) The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has approved that Ranjan Chatterjee, a 1976 batch Assam cadre IAS, Consultant, Planning Commission may be allowed the pay of secretary to the government of India with effect from November 24, 2009.
(In Picture: A musical performance conducted to welcome the Queen's Baton 2010 Delhi into Kampala in Uganda on December 30, 2009. Look at their happy faces. Babu blogger wishes all visitors both inside and outside the corridor of power a very very happy and prosperous New Year, 2010)

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