Armed Forces Tribunal Jobs for Scientist / Engineer in Dehra Dun
Armed Forces Tribunal
Director, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Dehradun invites applications for total TWO (02) posts of Scientist/Engineer- SD. One Post (Code- SD07) of Scientist/Engineer- SD in the Discipline/ Field of Remote Sensing and GIS applications in Planetary Studies and One post (Code-SD08) of Scientist/Engineer- SD in the Discipline/ Field of Remote Sensing and GIS applications in Marine Science.
Both posts carry a pay of approx. Rs. 67700/- in Level 11 of pay matrix of VII CPC.
The detailed advertisement containing details of pay scale, educational qualifications (essential), age limits, last date for submission of applications, terms and conditions etc. and prescribed application form is available in our website www.iirs.gov.in. Application has to be submitted online only. Interested candidates are required to visit the institutional website.
Director, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing reserves the right to reject any or aII the applications without assigning any reason or not to fill any post if suitable candidates are not available.
4, Kalidas Road, Dehradun- 248001 (Uttarakhand)
Education : B.E. / B.Tech / Any Graduat
Looking for B.E. / B.Tech , Any Graduate graduates profile.
2019-01-28 to 2019-03-14
About Armed forces tribunal
The Armed Forces Tribunal Act 2007, was passed by the Parliament and led to the formation of AFT with the power provided for the adjudication or trial by Armed Forces Tribunal of disputes and complaints with respect to commission, appointments, enrolments and conditions of service in respect of persons subject to the Army Act, 1950, The Navy Act, 1957 and the Air Force Act, 1950.It can further provide for appeals arising out of orders, findings or sentences of courts- martial held under the said Acts and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
Besides the Principal Bench in New Delhi, AFT has Regional Benches at Chandigarh, Lucknow, Kolkatta, Guwahati, Chennai, Kochi, Mumbai and Jaipur.
With the exception of the Chandigarh and LucknowRegional Benches, which have three benches each, all other locations have a single bench. Each Bench comprises of a Judicial Member and an Administrative Member.
The Judicial Members are retired High Court Judges and Administrative Members are retired Members of the Armed Forces who have held rant of Major General/ equivalent or above for a period of three years or more, Judge Advocate General (JAG), who have held the appointment for at least one year are also entitled to be appointed as the Administrative Member.