Legal Job Opening: Presiding Officer at Industrial Tribunal, Kolkata: Apply by July 31

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About the Organisation

Central Government Industrial Tribunal/ Labour Courts are set up under the provisions of Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 for adjudication of industrial disputes arising in Central Sphere. These are set up in various States, out of which 10 are under Non-Plan and 12 under Plan Scheme.

These are at Mumbai and Kolkata which also functions as National Tribunals. These are headed by Presiding Officers who are selected from amongst High Court Judges (serving/retired) or Distt./Addl. Distt. Judges (serving/retired).

About the Job Post

Post of the Presiding officer of Central Government Industrial Tribunal-cum-labour Court/National Industrial Tribunal, Kolkata.

The post of Presiding officer of Central Government Industrial Tribunal/Labour Court/National Industrial tribunal, Kolkata is to be filled up shortly in accordance with the provisions contained in sections 7B & 7C of the Industrial Disputes Acl., L947.

Eligibility

According to these provisions, the post can be held by a judicial officer who is, or has been, a Judge of a High court. The terms and conditions of appointment of a Judge to the post of the presiding officer will be as per the Presiding Officers of the Labour Court/Industrial Tribunal and National Tribunal (salaries, Allowances, and other Terms and conditions of service) Rules, 2015.

In case of appointment on deputation of serving judges as presiding officer, the normal period of appointment shall be for a period of three years and in case of retired judges, the appointment shall be till the age of 65 years.

Salary

The Pay of the Presiding Officer of National Tribunal shall be fixed at Rs 80,000/- (fixed) per month and this shall include the deputation allowance in case of serving judges and gross pension in case of retired judges.

The Salary of the Presiding Officer of the Labour Court or Industrial Tribunal shall be:

  • The District Judge (Entry Level) – Rs. 51,550-1230-58,930-1380-63,070
  • The District Judge (Selection Grade) – Rs. 57,700-1230-58,930-1380-67,210
  • The District Judge (Super time Scale) – Rs. 70,290-1540-76,450

Per month inclusive of gross pension, pension equivalent or other retirement benefits.

Deadline

31st July 2020

How to Apply?

Interested candidates who fulfil the eligibility conditions may please be finished so as to reach the Ministry within a period of forty-five (45) days from the date of the letter issued No. A-11016/04/2020-CLS-u to Government of India Shram Shaki Bhawan, Rafi Marg, New Delhi – 110001 by 31st July 2020.

The official link to the Ministry of Labor and Employment website is here.


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