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NIA is starting its recruitment process for the Posts of Special Public Prosecutor and Deputy Legal Advisor

by Vidhi KoolwalAugust 21, 2017

The National Investigation Agency aims to be a thoroughly professional investigative agency matching the best international standards. The NIA aims to set the standards of excellence in counter terrorism and other national security related investigations at the national level by developing into a highly trained, partnership oriented workforce. NIA aims at creating deterrence for existing and potential terrorist groups/individuals. It aims to develop as a storehouse of all terrorist related information.

The NIA is inviting Applications for the following post.

Post Name: Deputy Legal Advisor; Senior Public Prosecutor

Number of Vacancies: 03; 08

Proposed Salary:

Deputy Legal Advisor: ₹ PB-3 (₹ 15600-39100) with Grade Pay of ₹ 7600/-

Public Prosecutor: ₹ PB-3 (₹ 15600-39100) with Grade Pay of ₹ 6600/-

Required Qualifications and Experience: The Required Qualifications have been mentioned under the Annexure I on the official site: www.nia.gov.in.

Application Procedure: The application form of eligible and willing official alongwith following documents may be forwarded to the DIG (Adm), NIA Hq, 7th Floor, NDCC-II Building, Jai Singh Road, New Delhi-110001 through proper, channel so as to reach this office within 02 months from the date of publication of this advertisement.

Last Date of Application: 26/09/2017.

The official notification has been provided underneath.

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