Other Qualification Details:
Filling up of the post of Assistant Director in the Food Safety and Standard Authority of India HQ, New Delhi and Regional Offices at New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata and Guwahati through transfer on deputation on foreign service terms/Short Term Contract basis - reg.
1 .Post: Assistant Director, Pay Level-10, No of Posts-10
2 .Qualification: Possessing Degree of Law from a recognised University or institution with experience of handling legal matters or working experience as Law Officer in a reputed Government or Autonomous body or Research Institutions or Universities or Public Sector Undertakings.
4. Duration: The period of deputation would be initially for three years. Further extension beyond three years would be subject to performance evaluation in the organization. The terms of deputation including pay of the officials selected on deputation will be governed by provisions laid down in the Department of Personnel and Training's Office Memorandum No.6/8/2009- Estt.(Pay II) dated 17th June, 2010 and other orders/guidelines issued in this regard from time to time. The period of deputation, in case of employees already on deputation in another ex-cadre post including the period of deputation held immediately preceding this appointment in the same or some other organization/Department shall not exceed five years
Age: Maximum age limit - 56 years
Food Safety and Standards Authority of India , FDA Bhavan, Kotla Road, New Delhi-110 002
FSSAI proposes to fill-up positions from officers of the Central Government or State Governments or Union Territories or Universities or Recognized Research Institutions or Public Sector Undertakings or Semi—Government, Statutory or Autonomous Organisations on transfer on deputation on Foreign Service terms/ short term contract basis as per the details contained Applicants fulfilling the eligibility criteria & experience, etc may apply online on the link available on the FSSAI website i.e. www.fssai.gov.in. The last date of online application is 31.07.2019.