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DDA has announced Vacancies for Sr. Law Officer, Jr. Law Officer & Legal Assistant

Job details:

DDA (Delhi Development Authority) has announced recruitment 2014 for 19 Vacancies for the posts of Senior Law Officer, Junior Law Officer & Legal Assistant. Candidates who are interested will have to attend the walk in interview for DDA Vacancies in 2014. Grab the Government Jobs in 2014. Information regarding DDA Jobs for 2014 are given below.

Name of PostPostsAge LimitPay Scale
Senior Law Officer240Rs. 46000/-
Junior Law Officer1035Rs. 33000/-
Legal Assistant735Rs. 28000/-

Job Location:

These Government jobs are available at New Delhi.

Required Qualification:

Applicants must hold Degree in Law from a recognized university or equivalent & should have 7 years of experience to get selected in the DDA recruitment 2014.

Process of selection:

Candidates will be selected on the basis of their performance in interview to be held by Delhi Development Authority.

How to apply:

Those candidates who are willing to get selected in Government recruitment for 2014 may attend the walk in interview at the given venue of the Delhi Development Authority.

Date & Venue:

Walk in interview will be held from 19th November 2014 to 21st November 2014 at:

Conference Hall,

B-Block,

Ground Floor,

Vikas Sadan,

INA,

New Delhi-110023.

Download official notification & application form here.

Visit official website here:

www.dda.org.in

DDA Profile:

Delhi Development Authority Jobs in 2014

The Delhi Development Authority started in 1955 under the provisions of the Delhi Development Act, which was to promote and secure the development of Delhi. It ensures an organized and structured development of haphazard growth of Delhi. It includes recognizing of new land that can be developed into residential properties and make self-contained colonies through ways of providing ample commercial office and retail complexes as well. It undertakes activities like construction, development and maintenance of commercial properties.

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