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About the Organization

A military court in India is called the Armed Forces Tribunal. It was created in accordance with the 2007 Armed Forces Tribunal Act. According to the Law Commission’s 169th report from 1999, disciplinary and service concerns needed to be resolved quickly, and a separate tribunal for the armed forces and paramilitary organisations was suggested.

About the Responsibilities  

The Armed Forces Tribunal is seeking applications from law professionals for the job role of Tribunal Officer/Section Officer, for the Chandigargh Bench.






Level 7 (Rs 44,900 – 1,42,400)


  • People employed by the federal government, state governments, the supreme court, higher courts, lower courts, or statutory or autonomous agencies who get pension benefits:
  • possessing the following credentials and experience: holding an analogous post on a regular basis in the parent cadre or department, or holding a position in Level 6 of the Pay Matrix with five years of regular service in the grade.
  • Having a degree from an accredited university and two years of experience in judicial, administrative, or personnel work

Deadline for Applying

July 30, 2022

How to Apply?

The eligible officer’s application in the required pro-forma (Annexure-1) that can be saved in the event of selection may be sent to the, AFT Regional Bench Registrar, Chandigarh near Tank TCP, Chandimandir, Haryana, 134107 by the Department as soon as possible, but no later than June 30, 2022, together with photocopies of the candidates’ Annual Confidential Reports for the previous five years and a Vigilance Clearance Certificate.

Applications that are submitted without required documentation, a photograph, are not signed, and are otherwise deficient will be outright refused.

Interested candidates may apply from here:-

Note: The period of deputation including the period of deputation in another ex cadre post held immediately preceding this appointment in the same or some other organization or department of the Central Government shall ordinarily not exceed three years.

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