Job: Legal Consultant at NCR Planning Board | Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs

By | October 20, 2020
Job: Legal Consultant at NCR Planning Board

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Applications are invited for the post of Legal Consultant by National Capital Region Planning Board, a statutory body under the Administrative control of Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs.

About National Capital Region Planning Board

National Capital Region Planning Board were created in 1985 to plan the development of the region and to evolve harmonized policies for the control of land-uses and development of infrastructure in the region. Prominent cities of NCR include DelhiGhaziabadFaridabadGurugram and Noida.

Job Description and duties 

  1. Prepare, update and maintain the database, the status of all court cases. Update of court cases pertaining to NCRPB on the web portal in LIMBS.
  2. S/he may be required to attend Courts in Delhi or Outside Delhi as and when required to co-ordinate with the standing council. The Travel/Hotel expenses shall be paid in addition to the remuneration. However, in special cases where Consultant (Legal) is required to go on tour, he/she will be entitled to such expenses with the prior sanction of the Competent Authority of the Board.
  3. Interact with the retainer advocate appointed in various Courts in the matter being dealt by them in the various courts and ensure drafting of replies and obtain approval of the Competent Authority and filling the Counter Affidavit/replies through retainer advocate in various courts.
  4. Handling all Court Cases of the Board and put up on file.
  5. Examination of all legal documents to be executed by the Board including relating to Multilateral/bi-lateral borrowings.
  6. Examination of all loan documents relating to the release of loan by NCRPB to participating states/implementing agencies.
  7. In addition to above, the Board may assign any other work/duty relating to legal cases.

Eligibility Criteria 

  1. S/he should possess a Bachelor degree in law from a recognized university.
  2. S/he should have at least 4 years of working experience.
  3. S/he should be well versed with operating computers. 

Age limit

Up to 45 years of age.

Salary

 Rs. 45,000/- per month, plus 1500/- towards local conveyance allowance.

Last date to Submit Application 

28th October 2020.

Other conditions

  1. Appointment of  Legal Consultant will be on a full-time basis. They will be required to attend the office on daily basis as per office hours.
  2. Applicant shortlisted for the interview must bring along a copy of detailed CV, along with self-attested copies of educational and professional qualifications and originals that need to be shown for verification.
  3. The selection shall be made on the basis of an interview by a Selection Committee to be formed by this Board.
  4. The evaluation will be done based on Qualification, Experience (based on the documents submitted) and the Interview.
  5. Appointment of Consultant will be on a full-time basis. He/she will be required to attend the office of NCRPB on daily basis as per office hours.
  6. No TA/DA shall be admissible for joining the assignment or on its completion. However, in case the Consultant is required to go on tour for travel inside the country in connection with the official work he/she will be entitled for TA/DA with the prior sanction of the Competent Authority of the Board. 
  7. The Consultant will be eligible for eight days leave in a calendar year on pro-rata basis. Therefore, shall not draw any remuneration in case of his absence beyond eight days in a year (calculated on a pro-rata basis).
  8. The Appointment of Consultant will be initially for a period of six months and can be further extended at the discretion of the Competent Authority of the Board up to a maximum period of five years.
  9. The Board reserves the right to terminate the service of the Consultant at any time during the period of contract by giving 15 days’ notice in writing in case his/her services are not found satisfactory. In case a Consultant desired to leave the assignment, he/she is to give one months’ notice, which can be curtailed by the competent authority.

To apply and view official notification click here

Reported By: Mehak Gupta


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