Data Analysts – Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD), New Delhi

from 4 to 9 year(s) of Experience
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Roles and Responsibilities

Ministry of Rural Development, New Delhi

Project: DISHA PMU

Designation: Data Analysts


Job Description:

  • Importing/Collecting, cleaning, converting and analyzing the data for the purpose of finding insights and making reports and needful recommendations.
  • Expertise in data analytics tools such a R, Python etc
  • Expertise in pivoting, summarisation, sorting and presenting it in graphs, charts, tables, etc
  • Monitor the performance of data mining and analysis systems and if there are any issues then respond to the same
  • Prepare concise data reports and data visualizations for the management that will help in decision making process.
  • Work closely with the Data Acquisition & analysis Lead to determine and achieve the project goals
  • Create data definitions for new database file/table development and/or changes to existing ones as needed for analysis.

Essential Qualification:B.E/ B.Tech / MCA/ Bachlers’ Degree in Economics / statistics / Econometrics or equivalent.
Desirable Qualification: Masters’ Degree in the indicated subjects / MBA.

Experience:4+ years/ or MBA / Masters’ with 2+ years of relevant experience in dealing with Open Government data, data analytics, Strategic analysis. Experience in data mining techniques.




Role:Business Analyst

Salary: Not Disclosed by Recruiter

Industry:IT-Software, Software Services

Functional Area:IT Software - Application Programming, Maintenance

Role Category:System Design/Implementation/ERP/CRM

Employment Type:Full Time, Temporary/Contractual

Education-

UG:B.A in Economics, Statistics,B.Tech/B.E. in Any Specialization

PG:MCA in Computers

Doctorate:Doctorate Not Required

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