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JOB POST: Legal Editors @ DocKiFi, Noida [2 Vacancies]: Applications Open

By: Aprajita Karki | June 11, 2019
About the organizations

Coingeit Technologies Private Limited is an IT and ITES company mainly into IT services. The company provides IT Consulting, Professional Services, Software Development & IT Outsourcing.

The company also have a publishing division named DocKiFi which focusses in publishing domain and offers various publishing services (End to end services including content development, typesetting, editing, and xml/html conversion).

They mainly work in three different areas (Legal, Education and Medical).

In Legal Support Services (LSS) DocKiFi provides various services including case note/headnote writing, judgment processing with xml tagging, classification and subjecting of cases, legal publishing outsourcing, contract management, citing references, legislation/statutes update services, legal book indexing, and legal content development.

Job description

The Legal Editor would be involved in various Legal research work and legal editorial related work including headnote/case note writing, classification and subjecting of cases, citing references, legislation/statutes updates, legal book indexing, and content development etc.

Number of Vacancies:

2 (two)


The companies are based in Noida, UP and the address is Coingeit Technologies, B-129, Sector 67, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India 201301.




The salary would range from Rs. 15,000/month to Rs. 25,000/month based on education and work experience.

Application Procedure

Students need to send their resume to shuchita.singhal[at]coingeit.com and if shortlisted would need to come for face to face interview at the Noida office.

Contact info

Shuchita Singhal

E-mail: shuchita.singhal[at]coingeit.com

Mobile number: 9899589898

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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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