The National Investigation Agency invites application from reputed individuals for competent Crime Scene Assistant for engagement / empanelment as Scientific resource persons or consultants who are keen to work in agency on short term contract basis against the following posts initially for a period of 01 year which can be extended further as per mutual consent.
- Master’s Degree in Bio-technology/ Analytical chemistry or physics/ forensic science from a recognised university;
- Three years’ experience in crime scene processing in Central Government or State Government or Union Territories or Statutory or Autonomous organisations/ Public Sector Undertakings/ Universities/ Recognised Research Institutions.
- Qualifications regarding experience are relexable at the discretion of the Staff Selection Commission or competent authority for reasons to be recorded in writing, in case of candidates otherwise well qualified.
|Employer||National Investigation Agency|
|Location||Delhi, Lucknow, Kolkata|
|Salary||Fixed Remuneration: Rs. 50000|
- Assist the Investigator in investigation of crime where crime has taken place.
- Collect the clue material from scene of crime
- Update of scene of crime kit by supplementing the consumables and accompany the crime scene management unit on fields to provide scientific and logistic support .
- Look after the maintenance of the scene of crime kit, keep it ready for use.
The application forms can be downloaded from NIA website (www.nia.gov.in ) . The completed application in the prescribed format along with requisite documents may be sent by Regd / Speed post to Dy Inspector General (Adm) , NIA Hqrs, 7th Floor, NDCC-II Building, Jai Singh Road, New Delhi-110001.
The last date of receipt of applications is 25.04. 2016.
The NIA Act was enacted on 31-12-08 and the National Investigation Agency (NIA) was born. At present NIA is functioning as the Central Counter Terrorism Law Enforcement Agency in India. NIA has registered and investigated 93 cases till date. After submission of chargesheets, 13 cases have been finally or partially decided in trial. Of these, 11cases have ended in conviction giving NIA an enviable conviction percentage of 85%.