CCI Delhi Recruitment 2015 – Chairperson Salary 4, 50, 000/-Monthly


Chairperson is a person who presides over a meeting, committee, board, etc.; the administrative head of a department in a high school, college, or university.

 (Competition Commission of India) CCI Delhi Recruitment 2015 – Chairperson Salary 4, 50, 000/-Monthly Details

Last date: 23rd October 2015

Name of Post: Chairperson

Name of Organization: Competition Commission of India

Job Location: Delhi

Age: 65 years.

Selection Process: Interview

Qualification: As per the Competition Act, 2002 a person of ability, integrity and standing and who has special knowledge of, and such professional experience of not less than fifteen years in, international trade, economics, business, commerce, law finance, accountancy, management, industry, public affairs or competition matters, including competition law and policy, which in the opinion of Central Government, may be useful to Commission is eligible for appointment as Chairperson of the Competition Commission of India.

Pay Scale: Rs 4, 50,000/- only after selection.

Selection Procedure: Candidates, short listed on the basis of experience and educational qualifications will be called for interview.

How to apply:

  • Aspirants first go to official site of organization that is to apply for this Recruitment.
  • Go to “Career” link appearing on home page.
  • Under ‘Career’ link follow “Vacancies” option.
  • Select the post name from list of given vacancies.
  • Read advertisement and check all eligibility conditions under it.
  • Download form from there and take print out of it.
  • Fill all details in a very neat and proper way.
  • Attach self-attested photo copies of documents & send it to postal address which is given below.

Postal Address: Shri Navneet Chouhan, Director,

Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Room No. 530, ‘A’ Wing,

5th Floor, Shastri Bhawan,

Dr. Rajendra Prasad Road,

New Delhi-110001

Competition is the best means of ensuring that the ‘Common Man’ or ‘Aam Aadmi’ has access to the broadest range of goods and services at the most competitive prices. With increased competition, producers will have maximum incentive to innovate and specialize. This would result in reduced costs and wider choice to consumers. A fair competition in market is essential to achieve this objective. Our goal is to create and sustain fair competition in the economy that will provide a ‘level playing field’ to the producers and make the markets work for the welfare of the consumers. The Competition Act, 2002, as amended by the Competition (Amendment) Act, 2007, follows the philosophy of modern competition laws. The Act prohibits anti-competitive agreements, abuse of dominant position by enterprises and regulates combinations (acquisition, acquiring of control and M&A), which causes or likely to cause an appreciable adverse effect on competition within India. The objectives of the Act are sought to be achieved through the Competition Commission of India (CCI), which has been established by the Central Government with effect from 14th October 2003. CCI consists of a Chairperson and 6 Members appointed by the Central Government. It is the duty of the Commission to eliminate practices having adverse effect on competition, promote and sustain competition, protect the interests of consumers and ensure freedom of trade in the markets of India. The Commission is also required to give opinion on competition issues on a reference received from a statutory authority established under any law and to undertake competition advocacy, create public awareness and impart training on competition issues.

Delhi, Capital Territory of India, which is pronounced as Dilli is built on the banks of Yamuna River. It is the 2nd populous city, has the population of about 11 million and a metropolitan population of about 16.3 million. Delhi people are referred as Dilliwalas or Delhities. It divides the Indian state of Haryana on the north, west and south and Uttar Pradesh to the east. It comprises of 9 districts, 27 tehsils, 59 census towns, 300 villages. Delhi is one of the most polluted city in the world. As per the economy survey, Delhi is the largest commercial center and Connaught palace in Delhi is an important economic hub. In terms of Transport, Indira Gandhi International airport in Delhi is the busiest airport in south Asia. Major junction of Indian Railway and headquarter of Northern railway is in Delhi. New Delhi has major importance of national events and holiday’s like republic day, Independence Day and Gandhi jayanti. As PM addresses the nation from Red Fort on Independence Day. IIT, Delhi is ranked as Asia’s fourth best Institute in science and Technology. Lotus Temple is one of the finest crafted structures is in Delhi. Khari Baoli, a street in Old Delhi, is the Asia’s largest wholesale spice market. Sunidhi Chauhan a famous singer is born In New Delhi.

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