|Post||Joint Secretary (Cyber Laws)|
|Ministry/Administration||Ministry of Law and Justice|
|Department/Office||Department of Legal Affairs|
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|Pay Scale||Revised Pay as per 7th CPC Level-14 in the Pay Matrix. The gross salary per month would be Rs. 2,66,000 (Approx.) including Basic Pay, HRA, DA and TA.|
|Age||Age not below 40 years and not exceeding 55 years as on closing date of receipt of application.|
|Essential Qualification (s)||
Bachelor’s Degree in Law.
B. EXPERIENCE:At least 15 years’post qualification experience in legal Affairs including 7 years experience in Cyber Law in private sector/Govt. Department/UT/PSUs/Autonomous Bodies/Statutory Organizations/Universities/Recognized Research Institutes.
|Desirable Qualification (s)||Master’s degree in Law with specialisation in Cyber Law.|
(i) To give advice on all matters referred by the various Ministries/Departments of the Government of India.
(ii) To look after Government litigation work.
(iii) To conduct court cases and to appear in courts on behalf of the Central Government, wherever required
(iv) To perform administrative work.
|Tenure||The period of contract/ deputation would be 3 years extendable up to a maximum of 5 years, depending upon performance and requirement.|
|Other Details||The post is in Group ‘A’. Appointment of Candidate from Private Sector will be on contract basis as per terms of contract to be signed between the selected candidate and the Government of India. Officials of State/UT Admin/PSUs, Autonomous Bodies, Statutory Organizations, Universities, Recognized Research Institutes would be appointed on deputation basis as per standard term of deputation.|
|Any Other Conditions||1. Central Government employees are not eligible to apply. 2. The candidate must have a minimum gross salary of Rs. 35 lac per year during any of the financial year 2021-2022 or 2022-2023 as per Form-16/ ITR. Note- In case of inability to submit the Form-16/ITR for the year 2022-2023 by closing date, candidate has to submit an undertaking that the same will be submitted before the date of interview. 3. All appointees are deemed to be 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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