Directorate of Enforcement Legal Consultant Recruitment 2020 – Apply Offline for 46 Posts

Directorate of Enforcement-Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, New Delhi (Directorate of Enforcement) has published the latest recruitment notification on the official website, enforcementdirectorate.gov.in. The latest Directorate of Enforcement notification 2020 is for the recruitment of Legal Consultant. Here you will get the complete information about Directorate of Enforcement Legal Consultant Recruitment offline application form 2020. You will get here full detail about the Directorate of Enforcement-Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, New Delhi (Directorate of Enforcement) Legal Consultant application procedure, important dates, application fees, age limit, qualification, number of vacancies, pay scale, and important links.

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Directorate of Enforcement Recruitment 2020 Job Notification Details

The latest Directorate of Enforcement notification 2020 is for the recruitment of Legal Consultant. There is a total of 46 vacant posts available to apply in Directorate of Enforcement, across India.

Directorate of Enforcement Directorate of Enforcement Recruitment 2020 – enforcementdirectorate.gov.in recruitment 2020
Important Dates Application Fees
Starting Date to Apply: 03/11/2020
  • No Fees
Closing Date to Apply: 18/11/2020

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Vacancy Name

  • Legal Consultant

Pay Scale (Salary)

  • Rs.80,000 per month

Directorate of Enforcement Legal Consultant Recruitment 2020 Eligibility Details

Age Limit

  • 32 Yrs. as on 18-12-2020.
  • Age relaxation is applicable as per rules. We advise you to read detailed Directorate of Enforcement job notification if you have any concerns.

Required Educational Qualification/Experience

  • Bachelor Degree in Law
  • Minimum 2 Yrs.
  • Experience in Bar/Court dealing with Criminal Laws and Fiscal Laws

Selection Process

Most jobs require you to attend Personal Interview (PI) and/or Written Exam. Directorate of Enforcement selection process may vary on the nature of the job, Suggest you check Directorate of Enforcement Legal Consultant Recruitment notification 2020 which is available below.

Important Links to Apply Jobs at Directorate of Enforcement 2020

You can find all important links (Detailed Directorate of Enforcement notification 2020, Official Website, etc.) to apply for Directorate of Enforcement-Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, New Delhi (Directorate of Enforcement) Recruitment 2020. Before filling the offline application form for Directorate of Enforcement Recruitment 2020, We suggest interested candidates read official Directorate of Enforcement notification before filing an application form for Directorate of Enforcement-Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, New Delhi (Directorate of Enforcement) Recruitment 2020.

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Apply offline Application along with copies of requisite certificates must reach on or before Dt: 18-12-2020 (within 45 days from publication of advertisement) at

Joint Director (Admn), Directorate of Enforcement, 6th Floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan, Khan Market, New Delhi-110003

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Official Website enforcementdirectorate.gov.in
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Who can apply for jobs in Directorate of Enforcement?

Any India citizen who is eligible can apply for jobs in Directorate of Enforcement-Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, New Delhi (Directorate of Enforcement).

How to submit Directorate of Enforcement offline application form 2020?

You have to apply offline.

Below are common steps to fill Directorate of Enforcement application form 2020 online,

  1. Read detailed Directorate of Enforcement recruitment notification 2020 (notification in PDF format is already provided on this page).
  2. Before you start to fill Directorate of Enforcement recruitment online application form, Make sure that you are eligible as per Age, Education, etc.
  3. While registering for very first time, make sure to provide correct email ID and Mobile number.
  4. Fill Directorate of Enforcement recruitment online application form as per education certificates or mark sheet (Link to apply online is already provided on this page).
  5. Pay application fees as per describe in Directorate of Enforcement recruitment notification 2020 using online mode like Credit Card, Debit Card, UPI, Net Banking, etc (If, any).
  6. Note down online transaction reference number, Directorate of Enforcement application Login details for future reference.

Below are common steps to fill Directorate of Enforcement application form 2020 offline,

  1. Read detailed Directorate of Enforcement recruitment notification 2020 (notification in PDF format is already provided on this page).
  2. Download Directorate of Enforcement offline application form, other related form and take print-out of the same.
  3. Before you start to fill Directorate of Enforcement recruitment offline application form, Make sure that you are eligible as per Age, Education, etc.
  4. After filling Directorate of Enforcement-Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, New Delhi (Directorate of Enforcement) offline application form, bundle it with all education mark sheet, Certificates, etc. (Make sure to use xerox copy, Do not send original documents)
  5. Fill all required documents to suitable envelope, pack it well and send it to provided address.
  6. Pay application fees as per describe in Directorate of Enforcement recruitment notification 2020 using online mode like Credit Card, Debit Card, UPI, Net Banking or DD etc and enclose transaction receipt in same envelope.
  7. Send envelope to provided Directorate of Enforcement office address.

What is the full form of Directorate of Enforcement in india?

Full form of Directorate of Enforcement is Directorate of Enforcement-Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, New Delhi (Directorate of Enforcement).

What is the last date to apply to enforcementdirectorate.gov.in recruitment 2020?

Directorate of Enforcement last date to apply is 18/11/2020.

Application submission deadline for the Directorate of Enforcement Legal Consultant recruitment is 18/11/2020. Selection to Directorate of Enforcement Legal Consultant post will be through shortlisting and/or interview.

What is Directorate of Enforcement Legal Consultant Salary?

Salary of Directorate of Enforcement Legal Consultant post is depended on many factors like Education, Age, Prior Experience, etc. We have provided the salary of Legal Consultant in Directorate of Enforcement above in Directorate of Enforcement-Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, New Delhi (Directorate of Enforcement) job notification.

Components of Salary in Directorate of Enforcement

  1. Basic Pay:

    Basic pay is written in format:

    Number1 – percent – number2

    Number1 – It is the basic pay at which your salary is calculated when you are appointed.

    Number2 – It is the maximum basic pay a person can receive in a designated post.

    Percent – To compensate for inflation, an increment is added to your basic pay after a fixed period. This increment is in percent of your current basic pay and the fixed period is usually a year

  2. Grade Pay: Apart from basic pay, government employees receive grade pay which depends on the category/class of employee. The sum of basic pay and grade pay is used to calculate dearness allowance and other allowances.
  3. Dearness Allowance: The Dearness Allowance(DA) is a cost of living adjustment to allowance. It is calculated as a percentage of (Basic pay + grade pay). Dearness allowance is updated every quarter of calendar year to compensate for inflation in consumer price index. It may increase or decrease depending on inflation rate. (Decrease in DA is rare).
  4. House Rent Allowance: House rental allowance(HRA) is allowance paid for house rent. It depends city to city. Cities are classified as X, Y and Z, on the basis of their population, as recommended by Sixth Central Pay Commission in 2008. HRA is also used by the Indian Revenue Service(IRS) to provide income tax exemptions.
  5. Other miscellaneous allowances: Miscellaneous allowance(MA) includes phone allowance, shift allowance, travel allowance etc.

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What are the jobs in Directorate of Enforcement?

Currently, Directorate of Enforcement is hiring for Legal Consultant.

How many vacancies are there in Directorate of Enforcement?

There are totally 46 posts are available to apply jobs in Directorate of Enforcement.

What is the difference between PSU and Government Company?

Public Sector Enterprises is a part of Public sector Undertakings.

Public Sector Undertaking or Enterprise refers to a Government Company. “Government Company” is defined under Section 2 (45) of the Companies Act, 2013 as Any company in which more or equal to 51% of the paid-up share capital is held by the Central Government, or by any State Government or Governments, or partly by the Central Government and partly by one or more State Governments, and includes a company which is a subsidiary company of such a Government company.

Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) can be classified as (Read full list here)

  • Public Sector Enterprises (PSEs)
  • Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs)
  • Public Sector Banks (PSBs)

Public Sector undertakings refer to commercial ventures of the Government where user fees are charged for services rendered. The tariff/fees may be market-based or subsidized. They are usually wholly owned and managed by the Government, such as Railways, Posts, Defence Undertakings, Banks, etc.

On the other hand, public sector enterprises refer to those companies registered under the Companies Act, 1951, which are predominantly owned by Government and managed by a Government-appointed Chairman and Managing Director.

Government nominees represent the interests of the Government on the board of Public sector enterprises. Public sector companies usually compete with private sector enterprises in the domestic as well as international market.

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