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Job Post: Legal Advisor @ New Delhi Municipal Council [Apply By Sep 12]

By LawStreet News Network      25 August, 2019 04:16 PM      0 Comments
Job Post: Legal Advisor @ New Delhi Municipal Council [Apply By Sep 12]

Job description

Legal Advisor

Number of Vacancies

1 (one)


Delhi, India


  1. Holding analogous posts on regular basis in their parent cadre/department.
  2. With two years service in the grade rendered after appointment thereto on a regular basis in the pre-revised scale of PB-4 Rs. 37400-67000 + Grade pay Rs. 18900/- (revised in 7rh CPC Pay Level 14) or equivalent in the parent cadre/ department.
  3. Degree in law from a recognized university or equivalent and with 15 years experience of legal matters.


PB-4 Rs 137400-67000 + Grade Pay Rs 10000/- (revised in 7th CPC Pay Level 14 Pay Matrix Rs. 144200-218200)

How to apply?

The applications of the eligible & willing officers, who would be spared in the event of their selection may be forwarded in the enclosed Proforma (Annexure-l) (BioData) in duplicate to the undersigned at Room No. 5016, 5th Floor, Palika Kendra, Sansad Marg, New Delhi-110001, by 12 September 2019.

The application should be duly signed by the applicant and certified by the Head of Department/ Employer The candidates applying for the post shall not be allowed to withdraw their candidature subsequently.

Read the official notification.

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