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Job Description / Responsibility
- North Bengal Institute (NBI) of RDRS Bangladesh, a center for research and information operating since 2001, hereby invites professional and experienced researchers to submit research proposals for identifying and collect data set on disparity of Northwest Bangladesh by PESTLE method. (PESTLE is a mnemonic which in its expanded form denotes P for Political, E for Economic, S for Social, T for Technological, L for Legal and E for Environmental. It gives a bird’s eye view of the whole environment from many different angles that one wants to check and keep a track of while contemplating on a certain idea/plan).
- Major responsibilities and budget:
- The study area will be confined in Rangpur Division and based on reviewing secondary data (very recent) comparison with national and regional context. Primary data should be used for make the report more authentic and realistic.
- The research needs to be started July in 2015 and completed within 3 months from the date of commencement.
- The approximate budget including provision of VAT and taxes should remain within the limit of Tk. 300000 (three Lac).
- Masters in Social Science/ Statistics/ Environmental Science any other related Discipline with at least 10 years experience in Research Area, of which 05 years as Consultant in any development field.
- At least 10 year(s)
- The applicants should have experience in the following area(s):
Additional Job Requirements
- The interested parties must have adequate research background including Economic; Social; Technological and Environmental, as well as scope and commitment to complete the research within the agreed deadline.
- The proposal should contain the context, rational, objectives, research approaches and methods, work plan and time frame, human resources, budget requirements etc.
- Honorarium total Tk. 300000 (including VAT and TAX)
Address : RDRS Bangladesh, Jail Road, Radhaballav, Rangpur-5400
Web : www.rdrsbangla.net
Business : RDRS Bangladesh is a national development NGO works for rural development by empowering the rural poor in northwest Bangladesh. RDRS was formally established as the Bangladesh field programme of the Geneva-based Lutheran World Federation/Department for World Service (LWF/DWS) on 8 February 1972. Its development aim is to achieve sustainable increases in their living standards. With this aim, RDRS enables those who participate in its programme to gain the necessary skills, understanding, confidence, institutions and services; and ensure that the rural communities have the necessary economic, social and environmental resources. RDRS employees approximate 3,000 staff and works with a further approximately 3,000 volunteers and daily paid workers. The vast majority of staff are in field positions, with specialist sectoral and support units in Rangpur and Dhaka.