Ministry of Corporate Affairs Recruitment 2022: Pay Scale up to Rs.15100 PM, Check Post, Eligibility and How to Apply Here
Ministry of Corporate Affairs Recruitment 2022: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has invited Applications from the Candidates Eligible for the Post Prosecutor in the Ministry of Corporate Affairs New Delhi. Among the Applicants, those who deem to have duly met the Eligibility Criteria for the Post Prosecutors under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, intend to submit respective Candidacy for General Central Service, Group ‘B’, Gazetted, Non-Ministerial Post under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs may proceed with Online Registered Application (ORA).
There are 12 Vacancies including 07 earmarked for the Un-Reserved Category in the UPSC Notified Post of Prosecutor in Serious Fraud Investigation Office SFIO under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs. The Last Date for the Candidate’s Online Recruitment Application stipulated befalls 13th October 2022 (13.10.2022) as has been mentioned in the UPSC Recruitment Notification 2022.
Check the Below-Given Details for Ministry of Corporate Affairs Recruitment 2022
Employer Name: Ministry of Corporate Affairs
Post Nomenclature: Prosecutor in Serious Fraud Investigation Office SFIO
Vacancy No.: 12 Nos.
Posting and Nature of Post: General Central Service, Group ‘B’, Gazetted, Non-Ministerial Post. The Posting is Permanent in nature,
Pay Scale: Level-8 (Rs.47600 to Rs.151100) in Pay Matrix as per CCS (R.P.) Rules 2016.
Upper Age Limit: Not to exceed 30 Years. Relaxable for Regularly Appointed Central/Union Territory Government Servants up to 05 Years as per the Government of India issued Instructions/Orders from time to time. For Age concessions applicable to other categories of Applicants, ‘Instructions and Additional Information for Candidates in respect of Recruitment by Selection are available for viewing.
As regards Ex-Servicemen and Commissioned Officers including ECOs/SSCOs shall be Upper Age is relaxable by 05-years subject to the condition that on the closing date for receipt of Applications the continuous Service rendered in the Armed Forces by an Ex-Serviceman is Minimum Six Months Post-attestation. This Upper Age relaxation is also available to ECOs/SSCOs who have completed their Initial Period of Assignment of Five Years of Military Service and whose Assignment has been extended beyond Five Years as on the End Date of Online Registration of Application and in whose case the Ministry of Defence issues Certificates that they will be released within 3 Months on Selection from the date of Receipt of Offer of Appointment. The Candidates claiming Age relaxation under this Para would need to submit/produce a Certificate in the prescribed Proforma to the Union Public Service Commission.
Essential Qualification(s): The Applicant should have the following Essential Qualifications.
A) Educational: i) Graduate in any Discipline Plus Bachelor’s Degree in Laws from any Duly Recognized University or Institute. Or
ii) Integrated Graduate in Law (05 Years’ Duration) from any Duly Recognized University or Institute.
B) Experience: a) For Graduate in any Discipline Plus Bachelor’s Degree in Law Holders, 01 (One) Year’s Experience in handling Litigation & Court Matters/Administration of Law in any Government Organization. Or
b) For Integrated Graduate in Laws (05 Years’ Duration) Holders, 02 Years’ Experience in handing Litigation & Court Matters/Administration of Laws in any Government Organization.
Desirable Qualifications: i) Additional o1 Year’s Experience in Corporate/Criminal Law Matters.
ii) Master in Legal Laws (LL. M.) from any duly recognized University or Institute.
Note 1: The Fore-stated Qualifications are Relaxable at UPSC’s discretion in case of the Candidates, otherwise, well-qualified.
Note 2: The Candidate’s Qualification(s) about the Experience is /are relaxable at the discretion of the UPSC, for reasons to be recorded in writing in the case of those belonging to the Scheduled Caste Community, if at any stage of selection, the UPSC is of the opinion that the sufficient number of the candidates from this Community having the Requisite Experience are Unlikely to be available for filling up the vacancies reserved for them.
Union Public Service Commission Recruitment Test Selection and Other Criteria:
Note-II: In the event of the Applications received in a large number submitted by the Applicants/Candidates, the Union Public Service Commission will adopt the Shortlisting Criteria in order to restrict the number of Eligible Candidates to be called for the Interview to a Reasonable Number by Any or More of the Methodologies as mentioned hereunder:
a) “On the basis of Desirable Qualification (DQ) or any one or all of the Desirable Qualifications (DQs) if more than one Desirable Qualification is prescribed”.
b) On the basis of Higher Educational Qualifications than the Minimum Prescribed in the Advertisement.
c) On the basis of Higher Experience in the relevant field than the Minimum Prescribed in the Advertisement.
d) By counting the Prior Professional Work-Experience before or Post-acquiring Essential Qualifications.
e) By invoking the Prior Work Experience even in cases where there is No Experience mentioned Either as Essential Qualification (EQ) Or as Desirable Qualification (DQ).
f) By holding a Recruitment Test (RT).
Therefore the Candidate should mention all His or Her Qualifications and Experience in the relevant Field over and above the Minimum Qualifications.
Note-III: Important Points:
Viva-voce / Personality Test weighs Total 100 Marks explained as hereunder:
i) The Category-wise Minimum Level of Suitability in the Interviews (100 Marks), irrespective of whether the Selection is made only through Interview or by Recruitment Test (RT) followed by the Interview, shall remain:
a) Un-Reserved Minimum Qualifying 50 Marks to be secured out of Aggregate 100 Marks. b) Economically Weaker Sections 50 Marks. c) Other Backward Community: 45 Marks, c) Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Caste/Persons with Benchmark Disability (PwBD): 40 Marks.
ii) In cases where Selection is made by Recruitment Test (RT) followed by the Personal Interview, the Candidate will have to achieve the Minimum Level of Suitability in their respective Categories at the Interview Stage.
How to Apply for UPSC Recruitment 2022
i) Visit UPSC Website: www.upsconline.nic.in.
ii) Log into UPSC ORA Link https://upsconline.nic.in/ora/
iii) Carefully Read the Online Application/Registration Instructions.
iv) Apply following the Instructions on the Online Registration Application Portal.
v) Scan Signature and the Most-recent Passport-size Photograph for uploading with Online Registered Application (ORA).
vi) Ready Self-attested Documents to be uploaded UPSC Online Registration of Application.
Application Fee and Mode of Payment:
a) The Candidates shall need to pay an Application Fee of Rs. 25.00 (Rupees Twenty-five only) only either by remitting the Money in any Branch of the State Bank of India through Cash or by using the Net-banking Facility of the State Bank of India or by using Visa/Master Credit/Debit Card.
b) Reserved Community (SC/ST/PwBD) and Women Candidates under any Community remain Exempt from paying the Application Fee.
UPSC Helpline Counter Details: In case of any Guidance/Information/Clarification about the Applications, Candidature, etc., the Candidates may contact the UPSC’s Facilitation Counter near Gate ‘C’ of its Campus in person or over Landline No. 011-2338 5271/ 2338 1125/2309 8543 between 10:00 Hours and 17:00 Hours on the Working Days.
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