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Monday, January 07, 2019

6 Vacancies: Corporate affairs ministry asks for applications from retired government officers


THE ministry of corporate affairs has invited applications from retired and willing government servants as consultants in the ministry. The monthly remuneration, according to the circular issued on December 20, will be the last drawn salary minus the pension plus dearness allowance. The consultants won’t, however, be given any perks, allowance or even leave. The consultants are needed at the following level:

1. Two retired government officers at the level of GoI under secretary for the National Financial Reporting Authority (NFRA). 
2. Three retired government servants of the level of section officer for NFRA. 
3. One retired government servant of the level of assistant director and below for Official Language Division. 
4. The willing retired officers who are ready to join immediately on call, may submit their particulars in a prescribed format in Room No 518, A Wing, Shashtri Bhawan, New Delhi, within 21 days of the date of issue of the circular (Dec 20, 2018). 
The circular was issued by JS Audhkhasi, director in the ministry of corporate affairs. 
Meanwhile, in an unrelated development, Shakuntala D Gamblin, 1984 batch AGMUT cadre IAS and secretary in the department of empowerment of persons with disabilities (Divyangjan), has been given additional charge of the post of secretary of the ministry of minority affairs, till further order.   

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