The Jute Corporation of India Ltd. (JCI) was set up in 1971 as an official agency by the Government of India with the aim to provide minimum support price (MSP) to the jute cultivators and also work as a helping hand in the raw jute sector and does commercial trading in raw jute and allied products.
JCI was established by the Government of India for the welfare of the jute growers. The JCI incorporated as Company under Companies’ Act in 1971 and now has a presence in six states in the nation. The states which are principal producers of jute in India include West Bengal, Bihar, Assam, Tripura, Odisha, and Andhra Pradesh.
The Jute Corporation of India Ltd. (JCI) is opening a job post of Deputy Manager- (Legal).
Number of Vacancies
Minimum Qualification: Degree in Law from a recognized University.
Experience: Experience as a practicing Advocate before any District Court/High Court in Civil side (or) Experience in Legal profession being fully conversant in taxation, company, Labour, Arbitration in particular and general laws; proficiency in drafting agreements, conveyance deeds etc.
Preference will be accorded to incumbents practicing law as an Advocate at District/High Court.
Payscale Rs. 50,000- Rs. 1,60,000/-
How to apply?
Candidate must apply in a given format (Annexure I) stating qualification, experience in a chronological manner with contact no. e-mail address along with self-attested copies in support of age, qualification and experience and two copies of coloured passport size photographs (as per guidelines mentioned in Annexure-II i.e.
Mandatory documents Checklist) addressed to the:
DGM (Personnel & Administration), The Jute Corporation of India Limited, 15N, Nellie Sengupta Sarani, Kolkata-700 087
Candidates are required to superscribe on the envelope, the Post for which they are applying while sending the application. Applications duly signed by candidates should be sent through Registered/Speed Post only (along with aforesaid documents) to the above mentioned address.
No application shall be accepted by e-mail/fax etc. AND also if received after the closing date i.e. after 30th March 2020.
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