Name of the post: Under Secretary (Legal)
Pay Scale: Level-11 in Pay Matrix
Method of recruitment: By deputation of Central Government
Officers :
a) (i) Holding analogous post or
(ii) With 5 year regular service in post in the scale of pay of Rs. 8000-275-13500/- (prerevised)
Level-10 in Pay Matrix or equivalent; or
(iii) With 7 year regular service in post in the scale of pay of Rs. 7450-11500/- (prerevised)
Level-7 in Pay Matrix or equivalent; or
(iv) With 10 year regular service in post in the scale of pay of Rs. 6500-200-10500/-
(pre-revised) Level-6 in Pay Matrix; and
b) Possessing a degree in law from a recognised University or equivalent with at least
5 years experience in legal matters in a supervisory capacity and having a proficiency
in dealing with the service matters involving legal issues and handling court/
departmental enquiry cases

How to apply
The application in the proforma as given in Annexure-ll may be sent through proper
channel to Under Secretary (Pers.C), Cabinet Secretariat, Government of India,
Room No.1001, 10th Floor, B-1 Wing, Pt. Deen Dayal Antyodaya Bhawan, CGO
Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi within 60 days from the date of issue of this
advertisement in the Employment News along with the following:
(a) Complete and up to date APARs of the officers for the last five years or photocopies
thereof duly attested by an officer not below the rank of Under Secretary or equivalent
on each page. Photocopies of APAR not attested by an officer of the rank of Under
Secretary or equivalent shall not be accepted.
(b) Certificate by the Administrative Authority as per format given at Annexure-lll.
Applications received after the due date or without any of the aforesaid documents/
information or otherwise incomplete shall not be considered.
While forwarding the application, it may be certified that the particulars furnished by the
officer are correct, there is no doubt about the integrity of the officer and that no
disciplinary case is either pending or being contemplated against the officer.

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Employment News 22 - 28 August 2020