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Job DescriptionLast Date 24 Apr 19

Director/ Deputy Secretary   job Position in Ministry of Home Affairs

Director / Post Code: 01 

No. of Posts :  02 (Two) [Director (Cyber Security — 01 and Director (Cyber Crime) — 01]

Eligibility  :  Officers of the Central Government or State Governments or Union Territories:  (i) (a) holding analogous posts on regular basis; OR (b) with 5 years service in Level-12 of the Pay Matrix or equivalent rendered after appointment thereto on a regular basis; AND Possessing the following qualifications and experience:

Qualification :  (i) Master's Degree in Computer Applications or M.Sc. (Computer Science /Information Technology/ Electronics) from a recognized University/ Institute; or B.E./B. Tech. (Computer Engineering/ Computer Science/ Computer Technology/Computer Science & Engineering/Information Technology/ Electronics & Telecommunication/Electrical/Electronics) from a recognized University/Institute. Twelve years experience in Cyber/IT/Networking/Telecom/programming /information system in a Government Office/PSU/Autonomous Body/ Statutory Body or in any recognized institution.

Desirable : Industry certification- CEI-1/0SCP/CISA/CISSP/CISM/ITIL/OWASP.

Pay Scale :  Level-13 in the Pay Matrix 01,23,100-2,15,900/-). (pre-revised Pay Band-4, 237,400-67,000 /- with the Grade Pay of Z8700/-).

Mode of Recruitment : By Deputation

Deputy Secretary / Post Code: 02

No. of Posts :  07 (Seven) [DS (Legal) — 01, DS (Internal Vulnerability Auditor) — 01, DS (External Vulnerability Auditor) — 01, DS (NISPG) — 01, DS (Cyber Security Group) — 01, DS (Cyber Training) — 01, DS (International Convention) — 01]

Eligibility : Officers of the Central Government or State Governments or Union Territories: holding analogous posts on regular basis; OR with 5 years service in Level-11 of the Pay Matrix or equivalent rendered after appointment thereto on a regular basis in parent cadre/department; AND Possessing the following qualifications and experience:

Deputy Secretary (Legal): Degree in Law from a recognized University/Institute; and Ten years' experience of dealing of Indian Cyber Law or International Cyber Law.

Deputy Secretary (Internal Vulnerability Auditor) /(External Vulnerability Auditor)/ (NISPG)/ (Cyber Security Group)/ (Cyber Training)/ (International Convention): (i) Master's Degree in Computer Applications or M.Sc. (Computer Science /Information Technology/Electronics) from a recognized University/ Institute; or B.E. /B. Tech. (Computer Engineering/ Computer Science/ Computer Technology/ Computer Science & Engineering/ Information Technology/ Electronics & Telecommunication/ Electrical /Electronics) from a recognized University/Institute. Ten years' experience in Cyber/IT/ Networking/ Telecom/ programming /information system in a Government Office/PSU/Autonomous Body/Statutory Body or in any recognized institution.

Desirable: Industry certification- CEH / OSCP/ CISA/ CISSP/ CISM /ITIL/ OWASP.

Pay Scale :  Level-12 in the Pay Matrix (Rs.78,800-2,09,200/-). (pre-revised Pay Band-3, Rs.15,600-39,100/- with the Grade Pay of Rs.7600/-)

Mode of Recruitment :  By Deputation.

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How to apply

It is requested that wide publicity may be given to the vacancy circular amongst staff under your administrative control and applications, in duplicate, in the enclosed pro-forma along with vigilance & cadre clearance and attested copies of complete and up-to-date ACRs of last five years (with rubber stamp on each page) of the officers who can be spared in the event of their selection, may be sent to Under Secretary (Ad-V),Ministry of Home Affairs, Room No. 93-B, North Block, New Delhi-110001, within a period of 30 days from the date of publication of this circular in the Employment News.

Company Description
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) discharges multifarious responsibilities, the important among them being - internal security, border management, Centre-State relations, administration of Union Territories, management of Central Armed Police Forces, disaster management, etc. Though in terms of Entries 1 and 2 of List II – ‘State List’ – in the Seventh Schedule to the Constitution of India, ‘public order’ and ‘police’ are the responsibilities of States, Article 355 of the Constitution enjoins the Union to protect every State against external aggression and internal disturbance and to ensure that the Government of every State is carried on in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution. In pursuance of these obligations, the Ministry of Home Affairs continuously monitors the internal security situation, issues appropriate advisories, shares intelligence inputs, extends manpower and financial support, guidance and expertise to the State Governments for maintenance of security, peace and harmony without encroaching upon the constitutional rights of the States.
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