The Assam Public Service Commission is an Indian government agency headquartered at Jawahar Nagar, Khanapara in Guwahati and functions through its own secretariat. Anupam Roy a retired civil servant is its current Chairman.
Assam Public Service Commission invites application from Indian Citizens as defined in Articles 5 to 8 of the Constitution of India for the post of Law Assistant under the Assam Government in the scale of pay as indicated below and carrying usual allowances as admissible under Rules of the Government of Assam.
Title: Law Assistant to Legal Remembrancer & Under Secretary to the Government of Assam
Number of vacancies
An Advocate enrolled under the Advocates Act 1961 who has been practising as such for at least three(3) years; or
A Judicial of at least 3 (three) years standing; or
A Chief Language Officer of the Legislative Department holding a degree in Law and having 3 years experience as such officer or with 2 (two) years experience as such officer if he has previous experience as an Advocate for at least 3 (three) years; or
A Language Officer of the Legislative Department holding a Degree in Law and having 5 (five) years experience as such officer or 2 (two) years experience as Language Officer if he has previous experience as an Advocate for at least 4 (four) years.
The name of the post applied for should be clearly written in “bold letters” in the Envelope containing the application form and it should be addressed to the Deputy Secretary, APSC, Jawaharnagar, Khanapara, Guwahati-781022.
The last date of receiving duly filled up application form in the Commission’s office is fixed on 17th October 2019 during office hours.
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