JOB POST: Young Professionals @ Ministry of Steel, Delhi [10 Vacancies]: Apply by July 22
About the organisation
The Ministry of Steel, a branch of Government of India, is the apex body for formulating all policies regarding steel production, distribution and pricing in India. As of June 2019, the ministry is headed by a minister of cabinet rank, Dharmendra Pradhan and is assisted by a Minister of State, Faggan Singh Kulaste.
Ministry of Steel is looking for young, talented, innovative, and dynamic professionals for recruitment as Young Professionals (YP’s) for business development centre in the Ministry.
Young Professional shall be required to provide high-quality inputs w.r.t international trade, country-wise steel trade analysis, find and share with industry leads on steel export in existing as well as new markets, prepare detailed reports on tariff and non-tariff barriers in international markets w.r.t steel exports, ways to substitute steel imports, conduct online export promotion campaigns for steel, plan and execute steel trade shows in India as well as abroad, plan participation of Indian steel sector in International trade shows/exhibitions, conduct workshops on international trade for the steel industry, provide handholding to MSME steel/steel goods manufacturers/traders who wish to enter export business etc.
Number of Vacancies
Rs. 60,000/- inclusive of transport allowance.
How to apply?
All the applications received within the stipulated time period shall be scrutinized and shortlisted by a Screening Committee.
The shortlisted applicants would then be interviewed by a Board. Shortlisted candidates are required to carry original documents at the time of interview.
Eligible Candidates are required to send scanned copies of the completed application form along with self-attested documents (as required) at bdc-steel[at]gov.in.
The last date for sending the completed application is 22nd July 2019, 1700 hrs. Any application received after the due date/time shall be summarily rejected.
The official link is here.
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