National Investigation Agency (NIA) released latest job notification for the recruitment of Deputy Legal Advisor Jobs in NIA. Interested candidates can apply before the last date. Check more details on National Investigation Agency job vacancy 2022.
National Investigation Agency Job Notification 2022
Applications are invited for the posts of Deputy Legal Advisor in National Investigation Agency. NIA Post Details, Qualifications, Salary Scale Given below:-
National Investigation Agency Job Openings
About NIA Job
Deputy Legal Advisor
No Age Limit
Rs.67,700 - Rs.209,200 Per Month
Qualification and Eligibility Criteria for Deputy Legal Advisor Vacancy:
Deputy Legal Advisor
B.A in Law from a recognized University
10 Years of Experience in the Prosecution of criminal cases
How to Apply for NIA Job Openings 2022:
To apply candidates are required to visit NIA website www.nia.gov.in/recruitment-notice.htm
Selection Process for Deputy Legal Advisor Job Vacancy:
The Selection Process will be based on Deputation.
Disclaimer: Provided by National Investigation Agency.
About National Investigation Agency- Over the past several years, India has been the victim of large scale terrorism sponsored from across the borders. There have been innumerable incidents of terrorist attacks, not only in the militancy and insurgency affected areas and areas affected by Left Wing Extremism, but also in the form of terrorist attacks and bomb blasts, etc., in various parts of the hinterland and major cities, etc. A large number of such incidents are found to have complex inter-State and international linkages, and possible connection with other activities like the smuggling of arms and drugs, pushing in and circulation of fake Indian currency, infiltration from across the borders, etc. keeping all these in view, it was felt that there was a need for setting up of an Agency at the Central level for investigation of offences related to terrorism and certain other Acts, which have national ramifications. Several experts and Committees, including the Administrative Reforms commission in its Report, had made recommendations for establishing such an Agency.
The Government after due consideration and examination of the issues involved, proposed to enact a legislation to make provisions for establishment of a National Investigation Agency in a concurrent jurisdiction framework, with provisions for taking up specific cases under specific Acts for investigation.
Accordingly the NIA Act was enacted on 31-12-08 and the National Investigation Agency (NIA) was born. At present NIA is functioning as the Central Counter Terrorism Law Enforcement Agency in India.
NIA has registered and investigated 315 cases as on date i.e. 05.02.2020. After submission of charge sheets, 60 cases have been finally or partially decided in trial. Of these, 54 cases have ended in conviction giving NIA an enviable conviction percentage of 90%.