JOB POST: Junior Law Officer @ Delhi Development Authority [14 Vacancies, Rs. 55K/Month]: Apply by March 25

About the organisation:

The Development Authority was created in 1957 under the provisions of the Delhi Development Act” to promote and secure the development of Delhi “

In order to plan Delhi and to check its rapid and haphazard growth, the Central Government appointed a Committee under the chairmanship of Sh. G D. Birla in 1950. This Committee recommended a Single Planning & Controlling Authority for all the urban areas of Delhi.

Consequently, the Delhi Development (Provisional) Authority – DDPA – was constituted by promulgating the Delhi (Control of Building Operations) Ordinance, 1955 (replaced by the Delhi Development Act, 1957) with the primary objective of ensuring the development of Delhi in accordance with a plan.

Job description:

14 posts of Consultant Junior Law Officer on short term contractual basis initially for a period of six months, which may be extended further depending upon the requirement of DDA and performance of the candidates or till the regular incumbents joins the post, whichever is earlier.

  • Possessing Regular Degree in Law (entitling the incumbent for Registration at bar and appearing before the Courts) from a recognized University or equivalent.
  • 05 years’ experience at bar.

₹ 55,000/- per month

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How to apply:

The candidate shall send the bio-data in the prescribed format by 25.03.2019 up to 06:00 P.M.

They shall fill up the form duly typed, paste photograph at the space provided in the prescribed application form (attached), put specimen signature in the space provided and then send the scanned copy of the signed application form duly filled in pdf or JPEG format at email at ddrc[at]

Official links:
For full details, click here.
For the application form, click here.

This post was first published on: 14 Mar 2019

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