GOVT: Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs(IICA) Recruitment-Last Date: 07.09.2022

Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs(IICA) Recruiting Post Graduate for the position Head, Centre for Insolvency & Bankruptcy .This position requires Post Graduate with prior experience. Interested and eligible candidates have to apply with like arranged at bottom of this post. This vacancy available from 03rd August 2022  and will expire soon .We are recommended to apply as earliest for early shortlist . Shortlisted candidates have to go through selection process( Test, Interview rounds ) for selection for the position.

Summary of Vacancy- Head, Centre for Insolvency & Bankruptcy

Company Name Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs(IICA)
Location Gurugram
Salary Offering Rs.1,75,000/- to Rs. 2,25,000/ Per Month
Hiring Designation Head, Centre for Insolvency & Bankruptcy
Experience Required 10+Years
Qualification Post Graduate
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Job Role or Description

 The applications in the prescribed proforma along with requisite documents should reach “Administrative Officer, Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, Plot No.6,7&8, Sector-5, IMT Manesar, District- Gurugram (Haryana), PIN-122052 by 07.09.2022 5.00 P.M. The applications received after the closing date/time shall not be entertained.

  • Enactment of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code is an important reform for India. The Government moved at an unprecedented pace to enact and operationalise the Code. The IBBI chartered the course of its implementation with great zeal while the Adjudicating Authority, that is, the National Company Law Tribunal (hereinafter, “NCLT”) and the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (hereinafter, “NCLAT”) rose to the occasion with quick decisionmaking majorly aligning with the objectives of the Code. The Supreme Court has already delivered many landmark judgments in this short period. Other stakeholders responded with enthusiasm to support the Code. Indeed, so much so that the Government decided to take a leap of faith, making way for the top dozen nonperforming assets (hereinafter, “NPAs”), comprising 25 per cent of the total NPAs in the books of Indian banks, to be pushed into insolvency proceedings. The Government keenly observed developments and experience in the insolvency process of the cases filed and rapidly brought in changes to plug the gaps spotted in the Code to make the process and outcomes more efficient and efficacious.

Company Profile  The Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs is a central civil service training institute under the jurisdiction of Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India for the central civil servants of the Indian Corporate Law Service cadre

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