Last Date:23 August,2019
National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)
NHAI aka National Highways Authority of India invites Sarkari Job application for the post of 30 Young Professional (Legal). Apply Online before 23 August 2019. NHAI Recruitment Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below…Official website is www.nhai.org
Name of the post – Young Professional (Legal)
No of post – 30
Pay Scale – 60000/- (Per Month)
Degree in LAW from a recognized University /National Law School/Institute and Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), 2018 (Post Graduate) Score.
General Information:latest andhra govt jobs
- National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), an Autonomous Body under Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, invites applications from candidates holding Degree in LAW from a recognized University/National Law School/Institute, for engagement of 30 (tentative-actual may vary) YOUNG PROFESSIONALS (LEGAL) on contract basis for deployment at NHAI Offices across the country. Reservation for SC/ST/OBC/PwD/EWS shall be as per Govt. of India instructions. The selection shall be made on the basis of merit in Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), 2018 (Post Graduate) Score. Such engagement shall be purely on contractual basis.
- The Applicants are advised to fill the online application form carefully in accordance with the eligibility criteria mentioned above. It may be noted that any subsequent clarification/document regarding eligibility etc. after expiry of last date will not be entertained.
- Crucial date for determination of eligibility shall be the last date prescribed for the submission of online applications.
- Canvassing or bringing influence in any form will disqualify the candidature.
- Corrigendum or Addendum or cancellation to this advertisement, if any, shall be published only on the website of NHAI. Therefore, the Applicants are advised to check the website of NHAI regularly.
- Before applying, candidates are advised to go through the terms & conditions of engagements of the YPs issued vide NHAI’s Policy Guidelines No.22.214.171.124.2017 dated 21.06.2017 placed on NHAI’s website i.e www.nhai.gov.in
- On the basis of merit in Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), 2018 (Post Graduate) Score
- Candidates having experience in the field of law related to contractual matters/arbitration /legislative matters/land acquisition will get preference.
How to Apply:
- The Applicant may visit NHAI website www.nhai.gov.in for applying Online.
- Click on the tab About Us >>Vacancies>> Current-Click on the advertisement of Young Professional (Legal) – Online Application.
- Fill-up the form and furnish the requisite information.
- Photograph- Scanned copy of coloured passport size photograph in only ‘jpg’/’jpeg’ or ‘png’ image types not exceeding 1 MB.
- Signature – Scanned copy of signature in only ‘jpg’/’jpeg’ or ‘png’ image types not exceeding 1 MB.
- Scanned copies of secondary School or equivalent Certificate, Document showing DOB, Degree in Law, CLAT (PG) 2018 Score Card and certificate in
the prescribed format in support of reserved category & experience.
- If the Applicant is satisfied with the information furnished, click “Submit” button for submitting the application form through Online. The application form Online may be submitted by 23.08.2019 (6:00 PM). ‘
- After submission of Application Form, a “Unique Reference Number” along with details entered by the Applicant with subject “Application Acknowledgement” will be generated automatically.
- National Highways Authority of India was set up by an act of the Parliament, NHAI Act, 1988 “An Act to provide for the constitution of an Authority for the development, maintenance and management of national highways and for matter connected therewith or incidental thereto”. It has been entrusted with National Highways Development Project, which alongwith other minor projects, has vested in it 50329 kms of National Highways for development, maintenance and management. Our objective is to ensure that all contract awards and procurements conform to the best industry practices with regard to transparency of process, adoption of bid criteria to ensure healthy competition in award of contracts, implementation of projects conform to best quality requirements and the highway system is maintained to ensure best user comfort and convenience.
- National Highways are the arterial roads of the country for inter-state movement of passengers and goods. They traverse the length and width of the country connecting the National and State capitals, major ports and rail junctions and link up with border roads and foreign highways. The total length of NH (including expressways) in the country at present is 1,32,499 kms. While Highways/Expressways constitute only about 1.7% of the length of all roads, they carry about 40% of the road traffic.
- NHAI is mandated to implement National Highways Development Project (NHDP) which is India’s largest ever Highways Project in a phased manner. The National Highways have a total length of 1,32,499 (approx) km to serve as the arterial network of the country. Although National Highways constitute only about 2 per cent of the road network, it carries 40 per cent of the total road traffic. Rapid expansion of passenger and freight traffic makes it imperative to improve the road network in the country. Accordingly, Government of India launched major initiatives to upgrade and strengthen National Highways through various phases of National Highways Development Project (NHDP).
- To meet the nation’s need for the provision and maintenance of National Highways network to global standards and to meet user’s expectations in the most time bound and cost effective manner, within the strategic policy framework set by the Government of India and thus promote economic well being and quality of life of the people.
- The Golden Quadrilateral is a highway network connecting many of the major industrial, agricultural and cultural centres of India. A quadrilateral of sorts is formed by connecting Chennai, Kolkata, Delhi and Mumbai, and hence its name. The largest highway project in India and the fifth longest in the world was launched in 2001 by Prime Minister of India Atal Bihari Vajpayee and was completed in 2012. It is part of the first phase of the National Highways Development Project (NHDP) and consisted of building 5,846 km (3,633 mi) four/six lane express highways at a cost of ₹600 billion (US$8.7 billion).
- The NHAI was created through the promulgation of the National Highways Authority of India Act, 1988. Section 16(1) of the Act states that the function of NHAI is to develop, maintain and manage the national highways and any other highways vested in, or entrusted to, it by the Government of India. In February 1995, NHAI came into operations and was formally made an autonomous body. It is responsible for the development, maintenance and management of National Highways, totaling over 92,851.05 km (57,694.97 mi) in length. The NHAI is also responsible of the toll collection on several highways. Yogendra Narain was the first Chairman of NHAI in 1988. He is a retired IAS officer of Uttar Pradesh cadre.
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