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Job Post: Executive Trainee, Law @ Power System Operation Corporation Ltd [Apply by Sept 15]

By Lawstreet News Network      Aug 30, 2018      0 Comments      2,033 Views
Job Post: Executive Trainee, Law @ Power System Operation Corporation Ltd [Apply by Sept 15]

Power System Operation Corporation Ltd. (POSOCO), a Govt. of India Enterprise, under Ministry of Power, Govt. of India, is a Knowledge-based organization of national importance. POSOCO is looking for Bright, Committed and Energetic law graduates to join its fold as Executive Trainee (Law).

Number of Vacancies: 4

Pay Scale: Selected candidates will be placed in the pay scale of ₹ 60000-180000 and other allowances and benefits as applicable, during the one-year training period.

Age Limit: 28 years as on 31.07.2018 (Candidate shall be born on or after 01.08.1990)

Eligibility

Full time Three years LLB or Five years integrated law course with not less than 60% marks or equivalent CGPA as per the formula provided by the Institute/ University.

Final Year / Semester students of academic session 2017-18, who expect their results by 31.08.2018 are also eligible to apply, provided they have obtained minimum 60% marks or equivalent CGPA in aggregate of all semesters/years up to pre-final examination at the time of applying.

Valid score for Common Law Admission Test – CLAT 2018 applicable for admission to Post-Graduation Courses.

Selection Process

Qualified candidates shall be short-listed category-wise for Group Discussion & Personal
Interview based on their actual marks (Out of 150) in the CLAT 2018 for admission into LLM/ PG courses.

Weightage

Marks in CLAT 2018 (applicable for admission to LLM/ PG): 85%
Group Discussion: 3%
Personal Interview: 12%

The last date to apply is September 15, 2018.

To apply online, click here and for detailed notification, click here.



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