The Gujarat Electricity Regulatory Commission was constituted on 12th November 1998 under provisions of Electricity Regulatory Commissions Act, 1998.
Gujarat Electricity Regulatory Commission (GERC), a statutory body constituted under an Act of Parliament, invites applications for filling up of existing vacancy of Legal Advisor on a Contract basis from the eligible and interested persons.
Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India
Minimum Educational Qualification: Post Graduate Degree in Law, Preferably exposure in regulatory work
Nature of Experience: 15 Yrs. of experience either as practicing advocate in the district and above court or 15 Yrs. of experience in legal matters in Judicial/ Quasi-Judicial Government organization or any other PSUs or other reputed organization.
Qualifying ServiceIn case of Deputation/Direct Recruitment/Promotion: Holding Analogous post on a regular basis or 5 Yrs. of Service in the pay scale of 15600-39100 with grade pay of Rs. 7600/-
Qualifying Service in case of contractual appointment: Holding Analogous post on a regular basis OR With 5 Yrs of experience in the scale of 15600-39100 with grade pay of Rs. 7600/-.
Rs. 37400-67000 with grade pay of Rs. 8700/- (Old) Rs. 123100-215900 (As per 7th Pay Commission)
How to apply?
Applications in the prescribed format as given in Annexure, duly completed and signed, along with attested photocopies of all relevant documents in support of age, educational qualifications, experience, etc. may be forwarded to the Secretary, Gujarat Electricity Regulatory Commission, 6th Floor- Gift One, Road 5C, Zone 5, Gift City, Gandhinagar 382355 by 18th April 2020.
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