Name of Post

Total Vacancies

Officer Grade A (Assistant Manager)


Stream wise Vacancies: General – 80, Legal – 34, Information Technology – 22, Engineering (Civil) – 01, Engineering (Electrical) – 04, Research – 05, Official Language – 01.

Age Limit: A candidate must not have exceeded the age of 30 years as on 29th February 2020. Age relaxation as per Govt. rules.

Pay Scale: ₹ 28150 – 1550(4) – 34350 – 1750(7) – 46600 – EB – 1750(4) – 53600 – 2000(1) – 55600 (17 years)

Educational Qualification:


1. Masters Degree in any discipline OR 2. Bachelor’s Degree in Law OR 3. Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering OR 4. Chartered Accountant OR 5. Company Secretary OR 6. Chartered Financial Analyst OR 7. Cost & Work Accountant.


Bachelor’s Degree in Law.

Information Technology

1. Graduate in engineering (electrical/ electronics/ electronics and communication/ information technology/ computer science) OR 2. Masters in Computers Application OR 3. Graduate in any discipline with post graduate qualification (minimum 2 years duration) in computers/ information technology.

Engineering (Civil)

Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering.

Engineering (Electrical)

Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering.

Selection Process: Online Examination – Multiple Choice Questions (Phase I and Phase II) and Interview.

Application Fee (A Non Refundable):

For General (UR) and OBC Category

₹ 1000/-

For SC / ST / PwBD Category

₹ 100/-

How to Apply: The Online registration of the application will be made through SEBI Online portal. The last date for registration of online applications is 30/04/2020.

Important dates:

Last date for registration of online application -> 30/04/2020

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