CEPI – The Office of the Custodian of Enemy Property for India Has published an Advertisement for Recruitment of Officer posts. You can Apply.
दुश्मन संपत्ति के कस्टोडियन का कार्यालय.
For More Details about the recruitment like Total posts, Post Name, Educational qualification, Age limit, Selection process, and how to apply in details, Visit the official website link available bellow:
Total Posts:- 74 Posts.
Law Officer Grade –I
Project Manager DDG/DIR)
Data Analyst [US/SO Level]
Chief Supervisor/ Consultant (DS/US Level)
Supervisor/ Consultant [ASO Level]
Admn. Officer [SO Level]
Sr. Accounts Officer
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Age Limit:- Read official Advertisement bellow
How to Apply:-
Short listed candidates will be called for an interview with prior intimation.
How to Apply:-
Submission of application:
The application should be completed in all respect by supporting documents.
Incomplete application shall not be entertained and no communication in this regard shall
be sent to the applicant.
Separate application should be sent for separate post.
The application may be submitted by post or by hand tothe Office of the Custodian of
Enemy Property for India (CEPI), Delhi Head Office, ‘B’ Wing, 2nd Floor, NDCC-II
Building, Palika Kendra, Jai Singh Road, New Delhi-10001.
The application may alternatively be sent via e-mail in email@example.com
The last date for submission of application is 22.07.2020 by 5.00 p.m.
Important Dates You have to remember:-The last date for submission of application is 22.07.2020 by 5.00 p.m.
- The Office of the Custodian of Enemy Property for India (then known as Controller of enemy firms) was set up in the year 1939 to deal with enemy properties confiscated during World War II. The countries then treated as enemy were Germany, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Denmark, Holland, Belgium, Italy, France, Norway and Japan. Subsequently, after the Chinese aggression in 1962, Indo-Pak conflict in 1965 and the Indo-Pak war of 1971, movable and immovable properties of enemy have been vested in Government of India by the Defence of India Rules, 1962 and continued to remain vested under the Enemy Property Act,1968. Under the Enemy Property Act, 1968, a Custodian assisted by Dy. Custodian and Assistant Custodian is appointed u/s 3 of the said Act and all such Enemy Properties vest in the Custodian. more…
Job Location:-head office of CEPI at Delhi and its 3 Branch Offices at Mumbai,
Kolkata and Lucknow
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