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Job in Ministry of Law Justice and Human Rights Job, Appointment as Member Federally Adminstered Tribal Areas





Government of Pakistan
Ministry of Law, Justice and Human Rights
Islamabad
APPOINTMENT AS MEMBER
FEDERALLY ADMINISTERED TRIBAL AREAS (FATA) OF NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Suggestions are invited for a suitable person to fill the post of Member Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of National Commission for Human Rights (NCHR) under the National Commission for Human Rights Act, 2012.
2. The prescribed Qualifications, Terms and Conditions for the Post of Member Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) are as under.
(a). A member shall have demonstrable knowledge of, or practical experience in matters relating to human rights;
(b). He/She must not be less than forty years of age;
(c). he I She shall be appointed for a term of four years;
(d). The term of office may be extended once in the manner provided in the Section 4 of the Act.
3. General Provisions
(a). There shall be one Member from Federally Administered Tribal Areas.
(b). Only suggestions of the candidates suggested by person of good repute shall be entertained.
4. Suggestions enclosing Curriculum Vitae may be sent to the office of the undersigned by post or courier within 15 days of the publication of this advertisement at the address given below:
(Arfan Shabbir), Deputy Director (HR-I)
State Life Building, No 5, Blue Area, China Chowk, Islamabad
Tel: 051-9212010

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