Central Institute of Plastic Engineering and Technology, Murthal is a public engineering institution located in Murthal, Sonipat, India. Established in 2017, inaugurated by CM Manohar Lal Khattar It spread over 10-acre land in the campus of Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science and Technology Murthal.
Murthal, Haryana, India
Essential Qualification: Any Graduate/Post Graduate, preferably in law from a recognized University with relevant post-qualification experience.
Sound knowledge of Administrative regulations/Office procedures in Govt./Semi Govt./Autonomous organization of Central Govt./Hands-on experience in Legal procedures/Labour laws/Preparation of contract documents and agreements.
Thorough knowledge in Legal matters related to Civil & Service issues pertaining to Central Govt. and also knowledge in DoPT Guidelines, CCS (CCA) Rules and other rules and regulations pertaining to the Central Govt. Employment.
Act as counsel in Court/Tribunal proceedings to handle cases on behalf of the Institute/Conducting Departmental Enquiries/Handling Vigilance matters / Handling legal disputes.
To offer the best legal advice that is in compliance with legal requirements/Consulting external lawyers on legal matters.
Fluency in written and oral English and Legal drafting skills are mandatory.
How to apply?
Applications complete in all respects strictly in the format provided, along with necessary enclosures, super-scribing the post applied for on the top of the envelope, by speed post should be sent to “The Principal Director (Vigilance), CIPET Head Office, TVK Industrial Estate, Guindy, Chennai – 600 032” on or before 30th September 2019.
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