The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change is an Indian government ministry. The ministry portfolio is currently held by Prakash Javadekar, Union Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change.
About the Job
Applications in the prescribed proforma (as per Annexure to the advertisement) are invited from eligible candidates for filling up of posts of two Consultants in the Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, New Delhi, as per details given below:
Legal Expert: 01
The initial tenure of engagement for a person as Consultant would be upto a period of three years (1+1+1) subject to performance and presence of the professional in the Division being highly useful. Continuation of the Consultant beyond three years for upto additional two years will be considered on case to case basis with the approval of the competent authority.
Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, New Delhi, India.
Law graduate and completed LLB from a recognized University.
Possess sound knowledge on the working of CITES and its implementation modalities.
The Legal Expert is also required to possess knowledge about the various biodiversity-related laws in force in India, laws, and policies relating to trade and commerce of flora and fauna, and also knowledge on international laws pertaining to trade in flora and fauna.
Salary: Fixed monthly remuneration of Rs. 1 Lakh (Rupees one lakh only) per month.
Other Allowances: The Consultants shall not be entitled to any allowance such as Dearness Allowance, Residential Telephone, Residential Accommodation, Personal Staff, CGHS, Medical Reimbursement etc.
How to Apply?
Interested applicants may submit an application indicating their interest in working for the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change as per proforma given in Annexure along with self-attested documentary proof.
Applications to be sent by e-mail to: The Deputy Inspector General of Forests Wildlife Division, MoEFCC, New Delhi, India.
Last Date for receiving application: 16th September 2020.
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