Posted on March 4, 2009 by Shital
Lakshmi Krishnan of the Centre for Micro Finance, IFMR writes to us about a new opening in the organization. This is particularly exciting for anyone interested in microfinance, research, and traveling throughout India. Several classmates in graduate school had worked with IFMR and came away with good experiences after participating in breakthrough research.
IFMR CMF is now hiring a Programme Head in Chennai to manage a portfolio of 4-6 projects with a variety of partners. Read about the IFMR CMF Programme Head position for further information and contact information.
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Posted on September 11, 2008 by Shital
The Centre for Microfinance, an organization that focuses on research, training, and strategy for MFIs, posted about exciting new job opportunities:
The Centre for Micro Finance (CMF) has recently posted several new job openings, and we thought that some of this blog’s readers may be interested. New positions include:
• Programme Head – Analytics Unit
• Regional Field Director – West Zone
• Visual Basic Programmer
To learn more, check out the job openings section of CMF’s website, linked here. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
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Posted on May 1, 2008 by thinkchangeindia
Here is the daily dose of headlines:
- Water supply: In Chennai, city officials have made it mandatory that buildings connected to the main water supply install meters to measure consumption.
- Government transparency: The Central Information Commission (CIC) will now require political parties to make their income tax returns available to the public. Sending the exact opposite message, the Lok Sabha may put forth measures to make it more difficult for the common citizen to access records relating to parliamentary proceedings. Moreover, the Chief Justice stated that the Supreme Court’s proceedings fall outside the ambit of the recently passed Right to Information act.
- Education: The creamy layer of OBC quotas will likely reflect preexisting norms used for central government employment. Along these lines, children, organized by NGOs, knocked on parliament’s door to deliver a petition addressed to the PM reminding him about the right to education for all.
Filed under: Basic Rights, Education, Environment, Government, NGOs and Non-profits, Public Awareness | Tagged: Chennai, children, CIC, education right for all, Lok Sabha, OBC, RTI, Supreme Court, water supply | Leave a comment »