Anti-Corruption Bureau Advisor (Finance / Taxation) Recruitment 2021

Anti-Corruption Bureau Advisor (Finance / Taxation) Recruitment 2021

Anti-Corruption Bureau Advisor (Finance / Taxation) Recruitment 2021

The Anti-Corruption Bureau is a specialized agency tackling the problem of corruption in various departments of the Government against Public Servants and also Private Persons who abet the offenses under the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988.

The Bureau registers cases under the provisions of this Act. Besides this, the Bureau conducts inquiries basing on the information/petitions received from various agencies like Government, Vigilance Commission, Lokayukta, etc., and also on the information/petitions received by the Bureau from the public containing specific and verifiable allegations of corruption against Public Servants.Gujarat Anti-Corruption Bureau - ACB published an official notification for Recruitment of Advisor (Finance / Taxation) posts. Eligible candidates can apply for this recruitment. You can view more details about this recruitment including No. of posts, name of post, Educational qualification, Age limit, Selection process, How to apply etc... You can also view official notification and other important facts about this recruitment e.g. Important links and Important dates.

ACB Adviser Recruitment 2021

Job details
No. of posts: 02
Name of posts: Advisor (Finance / Taxation)

Educational Qualification

CA Degree with experience / LLB Degree (Taxation) (see details qualification in official advertisement).

Age limit

Not more than 62 years

Selection Process

Final Selection will be based on personal interview.

How to Apply

Interested and Eligible Candidates can send their application in prescribed format to below mentioned address along with necessary documents.
Address: Anti-Corruption Bureau's Office, Block No. 17, Dafnala, Shahibaug, Ahmedabad.

Important Dates

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Last date for application: 25/06/2021

Important Links:

ACB Advisor (Finance / Taxation) official advertisement 2021

Download application form & eligibility criteria details

For the prosecution of a Public Servant, the authority competent to remove him has to accord sanction for prosecution.

Conviction in a court leads to dismissal of the convicted Public Servant, whereas in departmental action the Public Servant is awarded a major punishment or a minor punishment depending on the gravity of the delinquency under the A.P.C.S. (CCA) Rules, 1991. Major punishment involves dismissal, removal, reduction in Rank, withholding of increments with cumulative effect, cut or stoppage of pension for retired employees, etc. Minor punishments are withholding of increments without cumulative effect, censure, recorded warning, etc.

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