Recruitment of Stenographers in Various Zone at CBI, New Delhi : July, 2011
Central Bureau of Investigation, Government of India New Delhi
Recruitment of Stenographers in Various Location :July, 2011
At an early stage of World War-II, the Government of India realised that vast increase in expenditure for war efforts had provided opportunities to unscrupulous and anti-social persons, both officials and non-officials, for indulging in bribery and corruption at the cost of public and the Government. It was felt that Police and other Law Enforcement Agencies under the State Governments were not in a position to cope with the situation. An executive order was, therefore, passed by the Government of India in 1941, setting up the Special Police Establishment (SPE) under a DIG in the then Department of War with mandate to investigate cases of bribery and corruption in transactions with which War and Supply Department of the Government of India was concerned. At the end of 1942, the activities of the SPE were extended to include cases of corruption on Railways also, presumably because the Railways were vitally concerned with movement and supply of war materials.
CBI Intends to appoint Stenographers on Contractual Basis initially for a period of One Year which can be extended upto three Years at a consolidated remuneration not exceeding Rs.15000/- Per month. The person engaged shall have no right to claim regularization/absorption in the organization after the expire of period of contract.