JOB POST: Executive Director [Law] at Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission: Apply by Oct 16

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About the Organisation

The Govt. of India had enacted the Electricity Regulatory Commissions Act, 1998 (No.14 of 1998) on 2nd July 1998 with the objective of providing for the establishment of a Central Electricity Regulatory Commission and State Electricity Regulatory Commissions, rationalisation of electricity tariff, transparent policies regarding subsidies, promotion of efficient and environmentally benign policies and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

Job Description

Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission invites applications from eligible candidates to consider filling up the post of Executive Director (Law).

Location

Delhi, India

Eligibility

Essential Qualifications

Law Degree from a recognized University /Law School. 2. Officers holding analogous Posts on regular basis OR With 2 years regular service in the Pay Matrix Level – 13A (7th CPC)/PB-4 (pre-revised) Rs. 37400-67000 with Grade Pay Rs. 8900/- .

OR

With 3 years of regular service in the pay matrix level – 13 (7th CPC) / PB-4 (pre-revised) Rs. 37400-67000 with Grade Pay Rs. 8700/-.

Desirable Qualification

Experience of handling legal matters in a senior position in Central Govt./State Govt.or any PSU involving administrative, commercial, and contract law. 2.Experience in drafting statutes and/or legislation.

Salary

Pay Band-4 Rs. 37400-67000 with grade pay Rs. 10000-/Group-A

How to Apply?

To apply for the job, click here.

Deadline: 16th October 2020.

For the official notification, click here.


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