Military Officers in Civil Jobs
Qualifications PhD and MA First Class.
Ten Years Experience of Research
No reservations for ex serviceman/ or Defence Personnel.
Then a serving Defense Officer who is PhD, MA, MSc, LLB etc and who is 46 years old applies for the post.
He is interviewed along with other candidates. He is selected and is offered the post.
The officer send his terms and conditions of joining service saying that his Pay of the new post would be at the minimum of the scale of the post
His Defence Service would have no bearing on the new job meaning thereby that he would not be treated as a re employed mili
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