The Security Printing & Minting Corporation of India Ltd. is a Mini-Ratna Central Public Sector Enterprise. It is a wholly-owned by Government of India Schedule “A” Company of the Government of India and was incorporated on 13 January 2006 with its registered office at New Delhi.
The Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India Ltd. (SPMCIL) intends to form a panel of Advocates to plead, draft, defend and represent in the Court cases pertaining to SPMCIL in the following Courts:
Central Administrative Tribunal, New Delhi.
District Courts/Labour Courts/Tribunals situated in Delhi.
Degree in Law from a UGC recognized University.
Duly enrolled with concerned Bar Council.
Experience of practice
For conducting cases in High Court: 12 years of experience in the respective field for which applied i.e. Civil, Labour, Service or Tax matter in High Court.
For conducting cases in CAT: 10 years of experience in Service matters as practicing Advocate in Central Administrative Tribunal.
For conducting cases in District courts and other courts/tribunals: 7 years of experience in respective field for which applied i.e. Civil, Labour, Service or Tax matters as practicing Advocate in District Court including other Courts and Tribunals.
LLM from a UGC recognized University.
Diploma/Certificate Course (s) in Labour Laws.
How to apply?
The applicant Advocate should apply in the format prescribed which is available on the website of the SPMCIL and no other format of application will be accepted.
An applicant Advocate willing to be empanelled for more than one Court (i.e. for High Court, CAT or District Court/Labour Court) may apply separately for each forum in separate envelope super-scribed with the relevant Court.
The application form should be forwarded to by way of speed post/registered post addressed to The Manager (Legal) Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India Ltd. 16th Floor, Jawahar Vyapar Bhawan, Janpath, New Delhi-110001.
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