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JOB POST: Legal Assistant @ Gujarat Metro Rail Corporation (GMRC): Apply by April 5

By: Aprajita Karki | March 18, 2019
About the organisation

Gujarat  Metro  Rail  Corporation  (GMRC)  Limited,  a  50:50  Special  Purpose  Vehicle  (SPV) jointly owned by Government of India and Government of Gujarat is entrusted with the responsibility of implementation of Ahmedabad Metro Rail Project.

Job description

1 post of Legal Assistant (Equivalent to Assistant Manager) for Operations Wing.

Eligibility
  • Candidate must be a full-time graduate degree with three years  LLB reputed university having minimum  7  to  9 years of experience in prescribed post qualification in the following areas:  Arbitration,  Industrial  Law,  Labour  Laws,  Contract  Agreements,  Administrative  Law  &  Company  Law.
  • Candidate should be proficient in practices  & procedures of Civil  Courts,  Tribunals,  Arbitration Proceedings, submission of pleading and execution of decrees/ awards. Drafting plaint, written statement, affidavits and various types of petitions to be filed in the court/  tribunals.
  • Also responsible for Drafting and scrutiny of various documents such as agreements like JV Agreements,  service and security bonds, guarantee bonds and sale deeds etc. Preference will be given to persons having registration in Gujarat  Bar Council with 10 years seniority and have Gujarati language proficiency.
Salary

50,000 to 1,60,000

How to apply

Applicants should fill up the required information online only on our Company website through the link given here.

Apply online along with all the necessary attachments in a merged PDF file containing your CV, payslips, testimonials, etc on or before 5th April 2019.

For official notification, click here.

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Aprajita Karki

I am an army girl! In a barbie world! Keeper of 5 dogs. On a diet for now. Sometimes I might make punctuation mistakes, but I make up for it by bringing in a crore or two extra. What's more important, a misplaced comma, or a well-placed crore?

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