National Capital Region Planning Board or NCR Panning Board, constituted by the concurrence of the participating States of Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh is looking to hire a Law Officer on deputation basis for four years.
Officers under the Central Government or State Governments or Union Territories or Universities or Recognized Research Institutions or Public Sector Undertakings or Semi Government or Statutory or Autonomous Organisations and other
(a) (i) holding analogous post on a regular basis in the parent cadre/ department; or
(ii) with five years regular service in the grade rendered after appointment thereto on regular basis in the post in the pay scale of Level-11 (Rs. 67,700- 2,08,700) as per 7th CPC. And
(b) Possessing the following education qualifications and experience-
(i) Bachelor Degree in Law from a recognized University/Institute; And
(ii) 9 years experience in handling the legal matters pertaining to contractual matters/ arbitration/ legislative matters/land acquisition cases.
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About the Company:
Delhi has been experiencing phenomenal growth of population since 1951 recording decennial growth rate of 52.44%, 52.91%, 52.98%, 51.45% and 47.03% during 1951-61, 1961-71, 1971-81 and 1991-01 decades respectively. One of the main causes for this spurt in the growth of population is migration into the city not only from the adjacent states but also from others such as Bihar. The growth of population of Delhi has contributed to increasing congestion and shortages of civic amenities. It has been felt that as Delhi grows, its problems of land, housing, transportation and management of essential infrastructure like water supply and sewerage would become more acute.
It was with this concern that the need for planning Delhi in the regional context was felt:
1956 Interim General Plan suggested that ‘serious consideration should be given for a planned decentralization to outer areas & even outside the Delhi region’.
1961 High Powered Board set up under Union Minister for Home Affairs
1962 Master Plan for Delhi emphasized Planning of Delhi in regional context
1973 High Powered Board reconstituted under Union Minister for Works & Housing
1985 Enactment of the National Capital Region Planning Board Act by the Union Parliament, with the concurrence of the participating States of Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, NCR Planning Board was constituted.