MOSPI Recruitment 2015 Online Application for Field Investigator jobsMOSPI (Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation, National Sample Survey Office, Govt. of India) Field Investigator Jobs vacancies Recruitment download syllabus answers keys Job notifications MOSPI Raecruitment 2015 – MOSPI (Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation, National Sample Survey Office, Govt. of India) released the jobs notification for Field Investigator recruitment 2015.

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Post Name: Field Investigator : 645 Posts
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Field Investigator
645 Posts
Bachelor’s Degree in Economics/Statistics/Mathematics combination Group subjects/Must be Computer Operation knowledge (MS. Office)/ Must be knowledge of English & Regional/Local language.
 Apply on before the Last Date of Receipt Application Form: 29 JUNE 2015.
Selection / Recruitment Process will be Interview Performance skills only.
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