About the Organization
Through the Competition Commission of India, which the Central Government established with effect from October 14, 2003, the Act’s goals are intended to be accomplished. A Chairperson and six Members of CCI are chosen by the Central Government. The Commission has a responsibility to stop activities that harm competition, foster and maintain competition, safeguard consumer interests, and guarantee trade freedom in Indian markets.
The Commission must also provide an opinion on competition-related matters in response to a request from a statutory authority established by any law, engage in competition advocacy, raise public knowledge of the matter, and provide training on it.
About the Responsibilities
New Delhi’s Competition Commission of India is accepting applications from qualified individuals for the position of Young Professionals (YPs)/Experts.
- an LLB degree or an equivalent qualification from a reputable college or university
- qualified to register with the State Bar Council as an advocate.
- specialised knowledge in this area.
How to Apply?
Interested candidates may apply from here: – they must send their application in the format required and by the deadline of October 25, 2022, to the Deputy Director (HR), Human Resources Division, Competition Commission of India, 8th Floor, Office Block-1, Kidwai Nagar (East), New Delhi, 110023.
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