FAQs Indian Oil Recruitment Law Officers CLAT 2019

Official FAQs IndianOil Law Officer Recruitment CLAT 2019 PG LLM PSU recruitment through CLAT - LawMint

Frequently Asked Questions – Recruitment of Experienced Law Officers through Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) – 2019.  Part – II

This article consists of two Parts : Click on the links below

 

  1. Part I – Official Announcement – with details of Educational qualification, Age limits, Experience, Application procedure etc.
  2. Part II – FAQs – Frequently asked questions about Indian Oil’s recruitment through CLAT 2019

About eligibility

1. How will Indian Oil use CLAT-2019 score?

Indian Oil will use CLAT-2019 (for Post Graduate(LLM) programme) score, initially for short listing candidates, desirous to take up career with Indian Oil for further selection process consisting of Group Discussion(GD) / Group Task(GT) and Personal Interview (PI).

Subsequently, Final Merit will be prepared based on CLAT-2019 score and scores obtained by the candidates in GD/GT and PI all taken together.

 

2. Does one has to pay separate application fee to Indian Oil?

No. There is no application fee for applying to Indian Oil.

 

3. I am a fresh Law graduate with no/ few months of experience. Can I appear for recruitment in Indian Oil?

No. One needs to have minimum prescribed post final Law qualification, full time work experience as on 31st May, 2019 to be eligible for applying in IOCL (Indian Oil Corporation Limited).

Full time Experience acquired after the date of declaration of the final Law qualification result shall only be considered towards work experience.

Internships during continuation of final Law qualification, or before or after announcement of result of final Law qualification, will not be considered as experience.

 

4. I have completed my LLB examination in March, 2017. However, My final result was announced in August, 2017. I have been in active full-time employment in the field of Law since April, 2017. Hence, I have completed the requisite 2 years of professional experience for applying as Law Officer in Grade “A” as on 31st May, 2019. Am I eligible to apply in Indian Oil ?

No. Full time Experience acquired after the date of declaration of the final Law qualification result shall only be considered towards work experience. Internships during continuation of final Law qualification, or before or after announcement of result of final Law qualification, will not be considered as experience.

Since, result for LLB examination was announced in August, 2017, the experience will be counted from August, 2017 only. Considering this, you have not completed the requisite 2 years of professional experience in the field of Law as on 31st May , 2019

 

5. I appeared in CLAT in 2018. Do I need to write CLAT this year (2019) again for being considered for the position of Law Officer in Indian Oil ?

Yes. CLAT-2018 or previous CLAT score is not valid for this recruitment exercise in Indian Oil

Visit the official CLAT Consortium website for more details about the CLAT PG LLM entrance exam : https://clatconsortiumofnlu.ac.in

6. I am a student of LLM and have two years of requisite experience. I took admission in LLM through CLAT only. Do I need to write CLAT-2019 once again for getting considered in Indian Oil.

Yes. Indian Oil will consider CLAT-2019 score only for short-listing candidates for further selection process. IOCL (Indian Oil Corporation Limited) shall not consider any previous CLAT score.

 

7. If I am eligible for applying as Law Officer in Grade “B”, can I also apply for Law Officer in Grade “A”.

Yes. But the shortlisting for both the posts shall be done separately. However, the candidates who are eligible for the post of Law Officer in Grade “B” will not be given any additional weightage/preference for possessing additional work experience while considering for Law Officer in Grade “A”.

 

8. Is there any upper age limit for applying in IOCL (Indian Oil Corporation Limited)?

Yes. Details of upper age limit are available in part I of this article at : Official Announcement – with details of Educational qualification, Age limits, Experience, Application procedure etc.

You can also reconfirm the details on the official Indian Oil website : www.iocl.com

 

9. Is there any minimum % of marks requirement for applying in IOCL (Indian Oil Corporation Limited).

Yes. Details of upper age limit are available in part I of this article at : Official Announcement – with details of Educational qualification, Age limits, Experience, Application procedure etc.

You can also reconfirm the details on the official Indian Oil website : www.iocl.com

 

10. I belong to General category and have obtained 59.99% in LLB degree examination. I also fulfill the experience criterion in the field of Law. Will I be eligible to apply in Indian Oil considering that 59.99% may be rounded off to 60%.

No. Marks in qualifying degree examination will not be rounded off for deciding eligibility of any candidate. Candidates belonging to General/ OBC (NCL)/EWSs category must have 60% marks (before rounding off) in Graduate Degree and LLB or equivalent examination. Similarly, a candidate belonging to SC/ST/PwBD category must obtain 55% (before rounding off) to be eligible for applying.

 

11. Can I apply to Indian Oil before I get the CLAT-2019 Hall Ticket

No. CLAT-2019 Hall Ticket will have your CLAT-2019 Roll No./ Registration No.

You have to apply to Indian Oil with this number, otherwise we shall not be able to retrieve your CLAT-2019 score and shall also not be able to consider your candidature.

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About on line application process

1. I do not have a printer attached to my PC which I am using for filling online application. Can I take print out of my application later after I submit my application?

Yes. You can retrieve your application later for viewing and for taking print-out as per convenience. However, one has to store his/ her unique application ID number and CLAT roll number safely for retrieving the same.

 

2. My name on CLAT-2019 Application is mentioned as Gupta S K while in my Class X pass certificate the same has been mentioned as Sunil Kumar Gupta. Please advise how should I fill in my name while applying for Indian Oil?

One has to mention name in Online Application of Indian Oil in the same manner as applied in CLAT 2019. In case, there is a mismatch in names (including the way it is written), in CLAT/ IOC application with that of a document like Class X/XII/ graduation mark-sheet the onus will be on the candidate to establish that both the persons are same. If Indian Oil is not satisfied with the explanation/ proof provided, the candidature will be rejected.

 

3. After submitting the application on-line, can it be viewed again?

Yes. Once submitted, it can be viewed. However, no changes in application can be carried out at this stage.

 

4. Can any information submitted at the time of on-line application be changed?

The online application should be filled-in very carefully taking into account all the instructions. It is to be reviewed carefully before submission. Once the application is finally submitted, no change in any field will be permitted.

 

5. Where the university does not give percentage and only gives Letter Grades/CGPA/ OGPA, how to fill-in the % of marks in the on-line application

The Letter Grades/CGPA/OGPA should be converted into % as per conversion formula applied by the Institute/ University.

In case of non availability of such formula, Indian Oil will be at liberty to convert Grade/CGPA into % by applying its own procedure as it may deem fit.

 

6. Who is entitled for relaxation/concessions admissible to People with Disabilities (PwBD) candidates

PwBD refers to Persons With Benchmark Disability as per the rights of persons with disability act.

Persons with disability of 40% or more will get the benefits admissible to PwBD candidates.

 

7. Do I need to mail /post my complete application form with photograph affixed?

No. Completed application need not be mailed or sent through post to Indian Oil. Application is to be brought at the time of GD/GT & PI, if shortlisted.

 

8. I am not sure whether I fulfill the criteria for getting benefit under SC/ST/OBC(NCL)/ EWS/ PwBD category. What do I do?

The onus of providing a valid relevant certificate rests with the candidate. In case it is found at any stage of recruitment process/ any time after recruitment, that the candidate has obtained reservation benefits by submitting false/ incorrect certificate/ information; the candidature of such candidates will be cancelled/ services terminated immediately.

This article consists of two Parts : Click on the links below

 

  1. Part I – Official Announcement – with details of Educational qualification, Age limits, Experience, Application procedure etc.
  2. Part II – FAQs – Frequently asked questions about Indian Oil’s recruitment through CLAT 2019
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  • 50 Full Length Mock tests of 100 questions each - from a question bank of 9500 selected MCQs
  • 50 Mini Mock tests of 25 questions each - for quick practice sessions
  • Each Full Mock Test is designed as a Model Paper
  • List of Indicative / Likely Subjective Type Questions & Topics
  • Summarized overview of Important Jurisprudence topics (For Subjective & Objective questions)
  • Overview of all Constitutional Amendments
  • Summary list of Important (Recent) Supreme Court Judgments
  • All Tests & Previous Papers are timed and have Negative marking for realistic simulation
  • Questions & Answer Choices randomly shuffled in every attempt for better practice
  • Accessible 24 x 7 via Smart-Phone browsers and Desktops
  • Eighty Three (83) LawMint users were offered seats across various NLUs in CLAT PG 2019 - Including NLSIU, NALSAR & NLU Delhi

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