The Consultant will share some burden of the staff of the MCPC and also conduct independent research, prepare documentation and statistical data. They will be expected to suggest remedial steps (if any) and identify positive actions taken (if any) so that a series of best practices are evolved over the years.
There will be additional and miscellaneous administrative duties that the consultants will be required to do.
Salary: Maximum consolidated fee 40,000/- per month and deduction of applicable tax.Eligibility Criteria/ Skills Required:
Term: Initially for one year from the date of engagement
Qualification: Must be a law graduate, having a Bachelor's Degree in law from any institution recognised by the Bar Council of India.
The candidate must have knowledge of computer including retrieval of desired information from various search engines.
Experience: One Year in the field of Law
Age Limit: Maximum age limit is 25 years.How to Apply?:
Interested applicants can send the application in the prescribed format. The envelope containing the applicant's details as mentioned should be clearly labeled "Application for Consultant in the office of Mediation and Conciliation Project Committee, Supreme Court of India" and addressed to:
The Member Secretary,
Mediation and Conciliation Project Committee,
Supreme Court of India,
Supreme Court Compound,
New Delhi - 110001
About Supreme Court of India
The Supreme Court of India comprises the Chief Justice and 30 other Judges appointed by the President of India. Supreme Court Judges retire upon attaining the age of 65 years. In order to be appointed as a Judge of the Supreme Court, a person must be a citizen of India and must have been, for atleast five years, a Judge of a High Court or of two or more such Courts in succession, or an Advocate of a High Court or of two or more such Courts in succession for at least 10 years or he must be, in the opinion of the President, a distinguished jurist. Provisions exist for the appointment of a Judge of a High Court as an Ad-hoc Judge of the Supreme Court and for retired Judges of the Supreme Court or High Courts to sit and act as Judges of that Court.
The Constitution seeks to ensure the independence of Supreme Court Judges in various ways. A Judge of the Supreme Court cannot be removed from office except by an order of the President passed after an address in each House of Parliament supported by a majority of the total membership of that House and by a majority of not less than two-thirds of members present and voting, and presented to the President in the same Session for such removal on the ground of proved misbehaviour or incapacity. A person who has been a Judge of the Supreme Court is debarred from practising in any court of law or before any other authority in India.