Ministry of Law & Justice Recruitment 2016 for 10 Legal Consultant Posts

December 5, 2016

Ministry of Law & Justice Recruitment 2016 for 10 Legal Consultant Posts

Ministry of Law & Justice Recruitment 2016 for 10 Legal Consultant Posts

 

Job Details:

Ministry of Law & Justice, Directorate of Quality Assurance (DGQA), New Delhi invited applications for recruitment to the posts of Legal Consultant on contract basis. The eligible candidates can apply to the post in the prescribed format within 20 days from the date of publication of advertisement i.e., on or before 22 December 2016.

 

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Job Title Legal Consultant
Number of Positions 10
Company Ministry of Law & Justice
Age Limit Check Official Website
Last Date of Application 22 December 2016

 

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Eligibility Criteria:

For details like educational qualification and other eligibility criteria, click on the link below of detailed advertisement.

 

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Pay Scale:

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How to Apply:

Eligible and interested candidates can apply to the post through the prescribed format along with other necessary documents on or before 22 December 2016 i.e., within 20 days from the date of publication of advertisement.

 

Selection Process:-

The selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of the interview/exam which would be conducted by the organization.

 

Application Fee :-

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Important Dates:

 

Starting Date 02 December 2016
Last Date 22 December 2016

 

About Company:

Ministry of Law and Justice is the oldest limb of the Government of India dating back to 1833 when the Charter Act 1833 enacted by the British Parliament. The said Act vested for the first time legislative power in a single authority, namely the Governor General in Council. By virtue of this authority and the authority vested under him under section 22 of the Indian Councils Act 1861 the Governor General in Council enacted laws for the country from 1834 to 1920. After the commencement of the Government of India Act 1919 the legislative power was exercised by the Indian Legislature constituted thereunder. The Government of India Act 1919 was followed by the Government of India Act 1935.