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Legal (E1) HPCL RAJASTHAN REFINERY LIMITEDEducational Qualification: 3-years full time course in law after graduation or 5 years course in law after 12th Standard from AICTE approved / UGC recognized University/Deemed University. Candidates scoring minimum 60% in aggregate of all the semesters/years for UR/OBCNC/EWS candidates (55% for SC, ST & PwBD candidates) in the qualifying degree (as applicable) are only eligible to apply.

Work Experience: Experience as a practicing Advocate or working in a reputed Law Firm or Company. For practicing Advocates, the experience must be after enrolment in the Bar Council and it must be post qualification. Experience should preferably relate to drafting Agreements, preparing Court/Arbitration papers, briefing Counsel, etc. substantially covering the law relating to Contracts, Building & Construction, Sale of Goods, Transfer of Property, Infrastructure, Intellectual Property, Oil and Gas, and Consumer Protection. Experience in oil and gas industry and/or experience handling high value EPC projects is desired. Candidates should possess excellent written/verbal communication skills. Proficiency in reading and writing in any one or more Scheduled language (as per Constitution) in addition to English and Hindi is preferred.

NOTE: Candidates are required to submit an experience certificate from the organization in which they are/were working. In case of practicing advocate, the certificate should be from the State Bar Council, a Senior Advocate, or a Law Firm, accompanied with a copy of the enrolment certificate with the Bar Council. Only full-time work experience will be considered from the date of registration with Bar Council and/or date of joining in employment, as applicable. Internships during continuation of LLB program (or any other full time studies) will not be considered as experience.
24th April 2020https://bit.ly/3HJSaU0
DELHI JUDICIAL SERVICE EXAMINATION โ€“ 2022HIGH COURT OF DELHI : NEW DELHIA candidate shall be eligible to appear at the examination, if he is: –
a) a citizen of India;
b) a person practising as an Advocate in India or a person qualified to
be admitted as an Advocate under the Advocates Act, 1961; and
c) not more than 32 years of age on the 1st day of January of the year in
which the applications for appointment are invited, i.e., 01.01.2022.

In the case of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes / Tribes, the upper age limit is relaxable by 5 years. The upper age limit is also relaxable maximum by 5 years in the case of Ex-Servicemen including Emergency Commissioned Officers and Short Service Commissioned Officers who have rendered at least 5 years military service and have been released on completion of assignment (including those whose assignment is
due to be completed within 6 months) otherwise than by way of dismissal or discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency, or on account of physical disability attributable to military service or on invalidment.

The upper age limit for Persons with Disabilities (Identified Disabilities) shall be relaxable by 10 years. General category PwD (Identified Disabilities) candidates would, thus, be eligible for age relaxation up to 10 years and SC/ST category PwD (Identified Disabilities) candidates would, thus, be eligible for age relaxation up to 15 years.
20.03.2022 (10:00 PM)https://bit.ly/3JONzl4
RECRUITMENT OF CIVIL JUDGESHIGH COURT OF GUJARAT, AT SOLA, AHMEDABAD.(i) A prospective Candidate must possess a Degree in Law from a University recognized by law in India & ยญ

– Will   have   to   pass   the   vernacular   (Gujarati)   language proficiency test. 

[See instructions at Item No.5(I)(iv)]   Provided that, those candidates who have cleared their secondary   as   well   as   higher   secondary   examination   with subject of Gujarati (Higher Level at both stages), shall not be required to pass aforementioned examination.

– must be practicing as an Advocate in Courts of Civil and / or   Criminal   Jurisdiction  on   the   last   date   fixed  for submission of Online Application. 

Candidates, who have passed the Degree in Law from the academic year 2009ยญ2010 and onwards, must have also passed   the  All   India   Bar   Examination,   in   order   to   be considered   as   eligible   for   being   termed   as   a   Practicing Advocate.

Note: In  the instant Recruitment Process, High Court of Gujarat has decided to allow all such Candidates to register their Online Application   who   have appeared in AIBE and waiting for result/certificate, subject to giving an undertaking to the effect that, if he/she does not clear the AIBE before Viva- voce Test / Document Verification stage, his/her Application would stand rejected.  


– must be working in the Courts or other Allied Departments on the last date fixed for receipt of applications. [See instructions at Item No.10(7)]

Note: Candidates working in the Courts or other Allied Departments, must be holding LL.B. Degree of 03 Yearsโ€™ Course or 05 Yearsโ€™ Course   from the recognised University.

(ii) Must   possess   Certificate(s),   certifying   to   be   possessing  Basic
Knowledge of Computer Application / Operation, issued by a
Government Institute or other recognized Institute, as set out by
the   Government   of   Gujarat   in   General   Administrative
Department   Resolution   No.   PRCHยญ102005ยญ1532ยญK,   dated
30/09/2006 and Resolution No.CRRยญ10ยญ2007ยญ120320ยญG.5 dated
02/03/2022 (23:59 Hrs.)https://bit.ly/3B5bwRW
NBCC (INDIA) LIMITEDFull time Bachelor degree in
Law (LLB) with minimum
50% marks from Government
recognized Institute


05 years integrated LLB
degree with minimum 50%
marks from Government
recognized Institute

Desirable: Master degree in
Law (LLM)

Minimum Post Qualification Experience:
i) Candidate must have enrolled as an Advocate;
ii) Possess minimum 2 Years of Post Qualification
experience in PSU/Govt./Private Sector
Companies/Autonomous bodies or as a practicing

Essential Work Experience:
Candidates should have experience of working in any of
the following areas:
i) Handling litigation (Civil, Consumer and/or
Criminal matters) before different Judicial/Quasi-
Judicial forums;
ii) Arbitration, conciliation and other dispute
resolution mechanisms;
iii) Drafting & vetting various legal or contractual
documents, providing legal opinions, handling
legal matters including issues pertaining to Real
Estate Regulatory matters.

i) Knowledge of all applicable laws, rules and
ii) Excellent written and verbal communication;
iii) Ability to prepare legal documents
Proficiency in use of computers and legal research tools
like Manupatra, SCC Online, etc.
04.03.2022 up to 1700 hrs.https://bit.ly/3HMkYfp

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