Competition Commission of India is a statutory body of the Government of India responsible for enforcing The Competition Act, 2002 throughout India and to prevent activities that have an appreciable adverse effect on competition in India. It was established on 14 October 2003.
Competition Commission of India is opening a job post of Secretary.
Number of Vacancies
Competition Commission of India, 9th Floor, Office Block – 1, Kidwai Nagar (East), New Delhi: 110023, India.
Master’s Degree in Economics or Business Administration or a Bachelor’s Degree in Law.
Note: For full information, check the official brochure.
Rs.67000 – (annual increment 3%) – Rs.79000 (pre-revised) Level 15 Rs.182200 – 224100) (revised)] or pay Band Rs.37400- 67000 + Grade pay Rs.10000 (pre-revised) Level 14 (RS.144200 – 218200) (revised)), depending availability candidates indicated Annexure. on in the of this Annexure.
How to apply?
Applications of eligible and willing candidates whose services can be spared for appointment to the post of Secretary, CCl may be forwarded in the prescribed Pro-form together with all necessary documents i.e. cadre clearance, vigilance clearance, copies of APARs of last five years and Certificate from the Employer, and may be sent through proper channel, latest by 31st January 2020.
Address: Pushpa Rawat, Deputy Director HR, 8th to 10th Office Block – 1, Opposite AIIMS, Kidwai Nagar (East), New Delhi: 110023, India.
It is clarified that any form of conditional forwarding from the employer or applications received without the prescribed documents and Certificate from the Employer shall be summarily rejected.
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