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Labour ministry notifies new rules for recruitment in directorate general of mines safety

Candidates aged not more than 30 years, holding a law degree and having two years of experience will be eligible for the post.

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Last Updated: Sep 11, 2019, 04.54 PM IST
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Directorate general of mines safety is the regulatory agency handling matters pertaining to occupational safety, health and welfare of persons employed in coal, metalliferous and oil mines.
Labour ministry has notified new recruitment rules to the post of Grade II-LAW officers in the directorate general of mines safety under the ministry to fill eight posts in the institute.

“In exercise of the power conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the Constitution, the President hereby makes the following rules regulating the method of recruitment to the post of law officer Grade II, in the directorate general of mines safety, ministry of labour and employment,” the ministry said.

Candidates aged not more than 30 years, holding a law degree and having two years of experience will be eligible for the post. “However, the age limit is relaxable for government servants up to five years in accordance with the instructions or orders issued by the central government,” it said, adding, appointments would be through direct recruitment.

Directorate general of mines safety is the regulatory agency handling matters pertaining to occupational safety, health and welfare of persons employed in coal, metalliferous and oil mines.

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