High Court of Bombay

Employment Notice For - Presiding Officer
City / State - New Delhi, Delhi
Last Date - within 30 days
Advertisement No - F.No.A-12026/04/201 6-SS. I

Recruitment 2017 - It is proposed to fill up the post of the Presiding Officer, Employees Provident Funds Appellate Tribunal, Delhi which is due to fall vacant in immediate future. The eligibility and of the other details of the post are as under :-

Name of Post Presiding Officer, EPFAT, Delhi (General Central Service Group A)
Pay Scale Level 15 in the Pay Matrix (Pre-revised Pry scale Rs.67000-79000/-)
Age Limit 56 years for deputation
Below 50 years for direct recruitment
Eligibility From amongst the persons who is, or has been or is qualified to be, a Judge of High Court; or a District Judge

How to Apply : The officers, already in service and applying for the post on deputation basis. may send their applications (in triplicate) in the prescribed proforma through their cadre controlling authorities along with original ACRs/APARs (or photocopies attested by a Group A officer) for the last 05 years i.e. 20 11-12 to 2015-16, Vigilance Clearance Certificate and No Penalty (Certificate so as to reach undersigned within 30 days (Publish date on website 21-03-2017) from the date of publication of advertisement in the .The Candidates, who fulfill the eligibility conditions and desire to apply for direct recruitment basis. may send their applications(in triplicate) in the prescribed proforma directly to undersigned superscribing Application for the post of Presiding Officer of EPFAT. Delhi

Address :
The Registrar,
EPFAT, 4th Floor,
Core-2, SCOPE Minar,
Laxmi Nagar, Delhi-110 092

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