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Deputy Legislative Counsel Vacancy at Union Public Service Commission

Sukriti Singh
6 March 2016 1:37 AM GMT
Deputy Legislative Counsel Vacancy at Union Public Service Commission
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Union Public Service Commission has invited applications from the eligible candidates for the post of Deputy Legislative Counsel (Hindi Branch).

No of Post: 01

Pay Scale: Rs 15,600-39,100 ( PB-3) plus Rs. 7600/-(Grade Pay) (Total emoluments excluding T.A. and HRA at the time of initial appointment will be Rs. 64500/-p.m. approximately).

Essential Qualifications

A.(i) Master’s Degree in Law (LLM) from a University established or incorporated by or under a Central Act Provincial Act or a State Act or any institution for higher education deemed to be a University by the Central Government or any other institution or foreign University approved by the Central Government

(ii) Should have been a member of State Judicial Service for a period of eight years
OR
Should have held a post in the legal department of a State Government for eight years
Or
Should have been a Central Government servant who has had experience in legal affairs for eight years
Or
Should have been a qualified legal practitioner who has practiced as such for eight years
Or
Should have been a teacher of law for eight years in a recognized institution
Or
should have eight years’ experience of translation into Hindi of statutes, statutory rules and orders in Central Government or State Government
Or
Should have eight years’ experience of drafting of statutes in the Central Government or State Government,
Or

B.(i) Bachelor’s Degree in Law (LLB) from a University established or incorporated by or under a Central Act a Provincial Act or a State Act or any institution for higher education deemed to be a University by the Central Government or any other institution or foreign University approved by the Central Government


(ii) Should have been a member of State Judicial Service for a period of ten years
Or
Should have held a post in the legal department of a State Government for ten years
Or
Should have been a Central Government servant who has had experience in legal affairs for ten years
Or
Should have been a qualified legal practitioner who has practiced as such for ten years
Or
Should have been a teacher of law for ten years in a recognised institution
Or
Should have ten years’ experience of translation into Hindi of statutes, statutory rules and orders in Central Government or State Government.
Or
Should have ten years’ experience of drafting of statutes in the Central Government or State Government

(iii) Passed Secondary School Examination or any higher examination from a recognised Board or University or institution through Hindi medium or had offered Hindi as a subject in Secondary School Examination or any higher examination from a recognised board/university or any institution or foreign university approved by the Central Government.

How to apply: All applications are submitted online, Click here to apply.

Last date for submission of online forms: 17.03.2016

Click here for official notification.

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