The Government of India had enacted the Electricity Regulatory Commissions Act, 1998 (No.14 of 1998) on 2nd July, 1998 with the objective of providing for the establishment of a Central Electricity Regulatory Commission and State Electricity Regulatory Commissions, rationalisation of electricity tariff, transparent policies regarding subsidies, promotion of efficient and environmentally benign policies and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
Applications are invited from eligible persons for appointment to the post of Member (Legal) to the Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission.
Number of Vacancies
Number 19-A, Rukmini Lakshmipathy, Anna Salai, Egmore, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600008, India.
The Members of the State Commission shall be persons of ability, integrity and standing who have adequate knowledge of and have shown capacity in, dealing with problems relating to engineering, finance, commerce, economics, law or management.
Person of law as a Member of the Commission, which requires a person, who is, or has been holding a judicial office or is a person possessing professional qualifications with substantial experience in the practice of law, who has the requisite qualifications to have been appointed as a Judge of the High Court or a District Judge.
How to apply?
Applications with CVs/dossiers should be sent to:
The Principal Secretary to Government, Energy Department, Government of Tamil Nadu, Secretariat, Fort St. George, Chennai-600009, Tamil Nadu.
During the working hours by 15th May 2019 or to the email id enersec[at]tn.gov.in within 05.45 PM on 15th May 2019.
Executives in Government and its Undertakings will be required to forward their application through proper channel or submit “No Objection Certificate” from their Employer along with two copies of CVs/dossiers and Annual Confidential Reports (ACRs) covering a period of last 5 (five) years.
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