Job or Vacancy Description:
DERC invites applications for the following posts which are to be filled up on deputation / direct / contract recruitment basis
1. Secretary : 01 Post , Pay Band -4 Rs.37400-67000 with Grade Pay Rs.10000/-
2. Dy. Director (Personnel) : 01 Post , Pay Band -3 Rs.15600-39100 with Grade Pay Rs.6600
3. Private Secretary : 01 Post , Pay Scale : Pay Band -2 Rs.9300-34800 with Grade Pay Rs.4800
4. Steno-cum-Computer Operator : 01 Post , Pay Scale : Pay Band-2 Rs.9300-34800 + Grade Pay Rs. 4200
5. Cashier : 01 Post , Pay Band-1 Rs. 5200-20200 + Grade Pay Rs. 2800 (On deputation/ Direct mode)
6. Clerk-cum-Computer Operator : 01 Post, Pay Band-1 Rs.5200-20200 With Grade Pay Rs. 2400
How to apply : The application in the given format is to be submitted to Secretary, Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission, Viniyamak Bhawan, C-Block, Shivalik, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi-110017. Envelope must mention the name of the post applied for and the mode of recruitment .
1. The preferred mode of appointment for all above posts is deputation from Central/State/UT Government Departments, Statutory/Autonomous/ Constitutional/Cooperative/Local Govt. Bodies and Public Sector Undertakings, Corporations etc. under administrative control of Central/State/UT Governments. In the event of non availability of suitable candidates for appointment on deputation, the posts can be filled up on contract recruitment basis. The Commission shall have full discretion to fill up the posts through any of the three modes viz. Deputation/ Direct/Contract recruitment as per the specific requirement. The Commission’s decision in this regard shall be final.
2. The number of vacancies against a post may vary and also Commission reserves the right not to fill any or all the above mentioned anticipated/Existing vacancies. The Commission can also consider granting extension in the deputation term of the existing incumbents of the anticipated vacancies given above. In case of any such eventuality, no action on the applications received against these anticipated vacancies shall be taken by the Commission and the advertisement of such vacancies shall be treated as withdrawn.
3. The Pay & Allowances and other terms and conditions of appointments on deputation basis will be regulated in accordance with the instructions contained in the Department of Personnel & Training OM NO. 2/29/91-Estt.(Pay-II) dated 05.01.1994, as amended from time to time. The pay package of the deputation recruits/contract appointees, if any, shall be in accordance with the DERC (Management & Development of Human Resources) Regulations, as amended from time to time, which includes Basic pay, Dearness allowance, HRA, Transport allowance, Children education assistance, reimbursement of residential newspaper/magazines/telephone/internet to eligible categories, and other benefits etc. All DERC employees shall be covered under DERC (Medical Attendance) Regulations, 2003 which provides flexible medical reimbursement scheme. The Human Resources Regulations and the Medical Attendance Regulations can be seen at the Commission’s Website. The employees appointed on deputation basis are also eligible for the leased accommodation/ self lease within the ceiling prescribed by the Commission.
4. The Commission shall follow the Government’s policy on reservation for SC/ST/OBC/PH Candidates in the case of direct recruitment to any of these posts.
5. The maximum age limit for deputation shall be 56 years. For direct recruitment, the age limit shall be as under which shall be relaxed for SC/ST/OBC/PH Candidates as per Rules: i) Secretary Preferably below 50 years ii) Dy. Director 45 years iii) Private Secretary 30 years iv) All Group ‘C’ posts 27 years
6. The crucial date for determining eligibility criteria/age limit in respect of anticipated vacancies would be the last day of the month in which the anticipated vacancy is likely to arise. The crucial date for the existing vacancies for determining eligibility criteria/age limit would be the last date prescribed for submission of application in the Commission
7. For fulfilling the eligibility criteria of these posts, regular service of certain years in various pay scales has been prescribed as essential qualification. The pay scale shown in the eligibility criteria are Central DearnessFurther, only those applicants who hold the post as well as the pay scale of that post on substantive basis shall be considered eligible for appointment. The Competent Authority may, however, in most deserving cases consider relaxation in the eligibility criteria in public interest.
8. The application in the given format is to be submitted to Secretary, Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission at the given address on or before 15.09.2011. The covering envelope must mention the name of the post applied for and the mode of recruitment sought as mentioned at Sl No. 5 of the format for application. Separate application should be submitted for each post, if applying for more than one post.
9. Applicants in Central/State/UT Government service or in the service of Autonomous/Statutory Body/ PSUs/ Corporations etc. should apply through proper channel only. The applications of such applicants should be forwarded with attested copies of Annual Confidential Reports of last five years and Vigilance clearance certificate.
10. The incomplete application or application submitted in a different format is liable to be summarily rejected.
Tentative Last Date : 15-09-2011
About the organization :
The Govt. of India had enacted the Electricity Regulatory Commissions Act, 1998 (No.14 of 1998) on 2nd July, 1998 with the objective of providing for the establishment of a Central Electricity Regulatory Commission and State Electricity Regulatory Commissions, rationalisation of electricity tariff, transparent policies regarding subsidies, promotion of efficient and environmentally benign policies and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.to determine the tariff for electricity, wholesale bulk, grid or retail, as the case maybe, in the manner provided in section 29 of the Electricity Regulatory Commission Act, 1998; to determine the tariff payable for the use of the transmission facilities in the manner provided in section 29 of the Electricity Regulatory Commission Act, 1998; to regulate power purchase and procurement process of the transmission utilities and distribution utilities including the price at which the power shall be procured from the generating companies, generating stations or from other sources for transmission, sale, distribution and supply in the National Capital Territory of Delhi. to promote competition, efficiency and economy in the activities of the electricity industry to achieve the objects and purposes of the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission Act, 1998. Subsequently the Govt. of NCT of Delhi notified the Delhi Electricity Reform Act 2000 deemed to be inforce from 3rd day of November 2000. The Delhi Electricity Reform Act provides that the Commission established and constituted under section 17 of the Electricity Regulatory Commissions Act 1998 shall be the first Commission for the purposes of this Act also. to determine the tariff for electricity, wholesale bulk, grid or retail, as the case maybe; to determine the tariff payable for the use of the transmission facilities to regulate power purchase and procurement process of the licensees and transmission utilities including the price at which the power shall be procured from the generating companies, generating stations or from other sources for transmission, sale, distribution and supply in the National Capital Territory of Delhi; to promote competition, efficiency and economy in the activities of the electricity industry to achieve the objects and purposes of this Act; to aid and advise the Government in matters concerning electricity generation, transmission, distribution and supply in the National Capital Territory of Delhi; to regulate the operation of the power system within the National Capital Territory of Delhi; to set standards for the electricity industry in the National Capital Territory of Delhi including standards related to quality, continuity and reliability of service; to promote competitiveness and make avenues for participation of private sector in the electricity industry in the National Capital Territory of Delhi and also to ensure a fair deal to the customers; to aid and advise the Government in the formulation of its power policy; to collect and publish data and forecasts on the demand for, and use of, electricity in the National Capital Territory of Delhi and to require the licensees to collect and publish such data; to regulate the assets, properties and interest in properties concerned or related to the electricity industry in the National Capital Territory of Delhi including the conditions governing entry into and exit from the electricity industry in such manner as to safeguard the public interest; to issue licenses for transmission, bulk supply, distribution or supply of electricity and determine the conditions to be included in the licenses; to regulate the working of the licensees and other persons authorised or permitted to engage in the electricity industry in the National Capital Territory of Delhi and to promote their working in an efficient, economical and equitable manner; to require licensees to formulate prospective plans and schemes in coordination with others for the promotion of generation, transmission, distribution, supply and utilization of electricity, quality of service and to devise proper power purchase and procurement process; to adjudicate upon the disputes and differences between the licensees and/or transmission utilities and to refer the matter for arbitration; to aid and advise the Government on any other matter referred to the Commission by the Government; Over a service span of more than 34 years he has held many important assignments in the Government of India as well as in the State of Uttar Pradesh. He has considerable field experience at the cutting edge level in the State including 4 ½ years as District Magistrate, Sitapur (1983-85) and Nainital (1988-91) and 4 ½ years as Divisional Commissioner, Nainital (1993-95) and Jhansi (1995-98). He has worked as Special Secretary in the Department of Power and later in the Departments of Planning and Finance in the State Government of UP and has actively participated in the Policy planning and implementation regarding Power sector. He participated in the Board Meetings of erstwhile UPSEB for 3 years as a nominee of State Govt. of UP. As MD of UP State Industrial Development Corporation (2003-04) he handled creation and management of Industrial infrastructure in UP. Power Sector being an important part of infrastructure, a captive power plant by UPSIDC was completed during his tenure. In the Government of India he worked as Joint Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture (1998-2003) and Ministry of Panchayati Raj (2005-07). He has been Member Secretary, National Capital Region (Planning Board) in the Ministry of Urban Development (2007-08) which is working for creation of Urban Infrastructure facilities around Delhi to de-congest the population pressure on Delhi. Various infrastructure projects in the field of roads, water supply, power and other infrastructural facilities in Rajasthan, Haryana, UP and Delhi in the NCR area have been successfully financed and completed during his tenure as Member Secretary NCR, Planning Board. He has handled matters relating to International Cooperation in the Ministry of Agriculture, Panchayati Raj and Corporate Affairs and has participated in various international programmes. He has worked for a year (2004-05) as Senior Advisor in the UNWFP Country office, New Delhi. He is keenly interested in organizational reforms and Institution Building. He has contributed significantly in the path breaking initiatives of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs as Special Secretary like establishment of Competition Commission of India and Competition Appellate Tribunal, established by Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, operationalisation of Limited Liability Partnership Act -2008, MCA-21, e-Governance project etc.
Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission
(Statutory Body of Govt. of NCT of Delhi)
Viniyamak Bhawan, C-Block, Shivalik, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi-110017