Overview

Examination of provisions of various UN protocols like UNCTOC and comparative analysis of various SAARC countries on compliance on human trafficking.

Examination of various prison manuals and Acts — Prison Act 1984 and Identification of Prisons Act 1920 and Transfer of Prisoners Act 1950 of the States to cull out common draft template.

Examination of various legal bills and legislative business of the Parliament pertaining to CS Division.

Court cases relating to State Re-Organization, Organized Crime and Crime against SC/ST and Women and Children.

Any other work assigned by the Division.

Eligibility Criteria/ Skills Required:

Educational Qualification: 

LLB. from a recognized University.

Experience: 

At least 3 years after graduation.

Monthly Emoluments: 

Rs. 15,000/- (Fixed-per half day, part time) or Rs. 30,000/- (Fixed-full day).

 

How to Apply?:

Candidates interested for the aforesaid posts may submit their complete bio-data along with one photograph to the undersigned latest by 28th December, 2017 at the given address, clearly indicating whether they wish to be considered on full day basis or half day basis:
Deputy Secretary,

2nd Floor,

CS Division,

Ministry of Home Affairs,

Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium,

New Delhi. (Near India Gate),

(Tel: 23075293)

 

Email: dirsr@nic.in

About Ministry of Home Affairs Government of India

The Ministry of Home Affairs or Home Ministry is a ministry of the Government of India, serving as the Indian State Department. An interior ministry, it is mainly responsible for the maintenance of internal security and do