Director (Legal) at Cyber Crime Coordination Centre, Ministry of Home Affairs: Apply by April 27
Table of Contents
- About Cyber Crime Coordination Centre
- Number of Posts
- Roles & Responsibilities
- How to Apply?
- Application Deadline
About Cyber Crime Coordination Centre
The Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre is a government initiative to deal with cybercrime in India, in a coordinated and effective manner. It is affiliated with the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India.
Number of Posts
Roles & Responsibilities
You will be responsible for handling legal matters pertaining to 14C and its regular monitoring.
- Degree in any stream or Degree in Law from a recognized University or institute
- Must have dealt with cases involving cybercrime. Must possess experience as a legal advisor in a Government organization, prosecutor, or judicial officer.
How to Apply?
Interested candidates must submit their application for the post of Under Secretary (Ad-V), Ministry of Home Affairs, Room No. 81-D, North Block, New Delhi-110001.
April 27, 2023.
New Delhi, India.
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