About the Department
Invest India is the National Investment Promotion and Facilitation Agency. It is a joint venture between the Department of Promotion for Internal Trade & Industry (DPIIT), Ministry of Commerce, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry and State Governments. It hosts teams working with various Govt. initiatives such as Make in India, Startup India, AGNIi, and PMG.
Ideate and come up with programs to celebrate Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav
- Celebrating special days, festivals etc.
- Birth Anniversaries of unsung heroes, freedom fighters.
- Events related to freedom struggle of India
- Events celebrating important milestone of India
Coordinate with various ministries, states, other stakeholders and develop programs for Amrit Mahotsav
- Sector specific programs aligned to overall themes of Amrit Mahotsav such as Ideas@75, Achievements@75, Actions@75, Resolve@75
- Read more on themes here https://amritmahotsav.nic.in/about.htm
Work on presentations, concept papers, proposals, website articles etc.
- Presentation to high level committees
- Proposals, concept notes for events and programmes
- Letters to other ministries and stakeholders
- inputs for speeches, talking points for Minister etc.
- Work profile will involve a lot of writing and making presentations.
- Candidate should be well versed with presentation making skills and feature writing, blog writing etc. on a wide variety of topic
- 70-80% of work will involve writing under tight deadlines
- Job will include connecting the dots across multiple topics, domains etc.
- Strong lateral thinking abilities
- Research skills – primary and secondary
- Rigorous and detail oriented
- Program curation requires getting into the finer nuances of a topic. Tying up loose ends, detail orientation and rigour critical to success in this role.
- People with strategy planning, advertising, brand solution, consumer research, feature writing background
- 5-7 years of work experience
- Speaking multiple languages
- Interest in current affairs, history, branding and consumer culture