Vacancy Details

Vacancy Number 21025128406
Post  Director (Judicial Reforms), Department of Justice, Ministry of Law and Justice
Classification  
Ministry/Administration  Ministry of Law and Justice
Department/Office   Department of Justice
Organisation  Other

Number of Posts and Reservation

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Post Description

Pay Scale   Revised Pay as per 7th CPCLevel-13in the Pay Matrix. The gross salary per month would be Rs. 1,82,000 (Approx.) including Basic Pay, HRA, DA and TA.
Age   Age not below 35 years and not exceeding 45 years as on closing date of receipt of application.
Essential Qualification (s)   A. EDUCATIONAL

(i). Bachelor’s Degree in Law And
(ii) Master of Business Administration or Post Graduate Degree in Development Studies (Public Policy) from a recognized University/Institute.


B. EXPERIENCE

At least ten years experience in the field of legal research/policy analysis/project monitoring and evaluation/teaching experience in recognized University/Institute.
Desirable Qualification (s)   Master’s degree in Law from a recognized University/Institute.
Duty(ies)   i. Monitoring of commercial courts functioning, judicial reforms strategies and e-modernization of legal sector.
ii. Monitoring and evaluation of the performance of courts’ system in enforcement of contract regime.
iii. Analysis of commercial courts statistics and data.
iv. Handle subject matters relating to strategy for judicial reforms, improvement in justice delivery system and ICT involvement in legal sector.
Tenure   The period of contract may be 3 years extendable to 5 years, depending upon performance.
Headquarters   New Delhi
Other Details   The post is Group ‘A’ on contract basis (On Deputation for officials of State/UT/PSUs, Autonomous Bodies, Statutory Organizations, Universities, Recognized Research Institutes).
Any Other Conditions   1. Central Government employees are not eligible to apply. 2. The candidate must have a minimum gross salary of Rs. 15 lac per year during any of the financial year 2018-19 or 2019-20 as per Form-16/ITR (or payslip in the absence of Form-16/ITR). 3. All appointees are to be deemed as public servants for the purpose of the CCS(Conduct) Rules and such other statutes as notified by the government from time to time. 4. The employment contract to be terminated by either side with a minimum notice period of 3 months.
    
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