The Security Printing & Minting Corporation of India Limited is a Mini-Ratna Central Public Sector Enterprise. It is a wholly-owned by Government of India Schedule “A” Company of the Government of India and was incorporated on 13 January 2006 with its registered office at New Delhi.
Security Printing & Minting Corporation of India Limited is opening a job post of Manager (Legal).
Number of Vacancies
Essential Qualification: First class degree in Law (Regular course) from Government recognized University/Institute.
Experience: 10 years of relevant experience.
Desirable: Law degree from a National Law School/Law faculty of Delhi University.
Rs. 7,00,00- Rs. 20,00,00/-
How to apply?
The application should be submitted in the Proforma given in the advertisement, preferably typewritten. The outer cover should be superscribed as “APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF _______________________________________”.
A non-refundable Bank Demand Draft for Rs.100/- drawn in favour of “Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India Ltd”. payable at New Delhi is to be enclosed. Candidates are advised to write their name and post applied on the reverse side of the Demand Draft. No application fee need to be paid by the candidates belonging to SC/ST/Physically challenged category.
The application should be accompanied with self-attested copies of certificates in support of educational qualification, age and experience.
A duly completed application should be sent to the Deputy General Manager(HR), Security Printing & Minting Corporation of India Ltd., 16th Floor, Jawahar Vyapar Bhawan, Janpath, New Delhi – 110 001 only through registered/speed post on or before 16th December 2019.
Applications received late/incomplete will be rejected. SPMCIL Management will not be responsible for any postal delay/loss of documents during transit.
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