CAG Recruitment 2019 Apply for Young Professional (MBA, Post Graduate)
Young Professional (MBA, Post Graduate)
The selection procedure shall be three-stage: Application Screening, Telephone
Interview and Selection Interview.
Terms of reference:
i) Heads of Functional Wings at CAG office / Head of the Field office will provide the
Terms of Reference, describing the work to be performed by the YPs.
ii) The terms of reference shall include the functions to be performed and outputs to
be delivered. The functions and outputs shall be specific, measurable, attainable,
results-based and time-bound.
Other Terms and Conditions
i) The Young Professional (YP) shall be subject to the Laws of Secrecy of the country
and will sign a Declaration of Secrecy and Non-Disclosure Agreement before
ii) The engagement will not constitute a regular job or appointment of any nature in
the office of CAG of India or the Indian Audit & Accounts Department. Nor is it in
the nature of a relationship of employer and employee between the CAG of India
and the YP.
iii) The YP shall neither seek nor accept instructions from any authority outside Office
of the CAG of India in connection with the performance of his/her obligations under
the engagement. The YP shall comply with all laws, ordinances, rules and
regulations bearing upon the performance of his/her obligations under the
engagement. During the term of engagement the YP shall comply with the
Standards of Conduct. Failure to comply with the same will become a ground for
termination of the YP without notice.
Travel, Service Incurred Death, Injury or Illness, Allowances:
i) No TA/DA will be paid to the YP for attending the interview.
ii) No other facilities such as DA, accommodation, residential
phone/conveyance/transport, foreign travel, personal staff, medical
reimbursement, CGHS etc. would be admissible,
iii) In the event of death, injury or illness of the YP during the term of his/her
engagement the YP or the YP’s dependents, legal heirs, claimant etc., shall not be
entitled to any compensation.
Attendance & Working days:
The working hours of the professionals shall be same as regular timing of this office.
No extra remuneration shall be allowed for working beyond office hours or on
About Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG):
Mr. Rajiv Mehrishi assumed office as the Comptroller and Auditor General of India on 25 September 2017. As a constitutional functionary, he is primarily entrusted with the responsibility to audit the accounts and related activities of the three tiers of Government – Federal, Provincial and Local; the State owned public sector commercial enterprises; and autonomous bodies financed by the Federal and Provincial Governments. His reports are laid before the Parliament and Legislatures of the Provinces.
Mr. Mehrishi is Member of the United Nations Board of Auditors and is the Vice-Chair of United Nations Panel of External Auditors. He plays an important role in the affairs of International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions as the Chair of the Knowledge Sharing and Knowledge Services Committee, Chair of the Working Group on Information Technology Audit, Chair of the Compliance Audit Subcommittee and as a member of its Governing Board. His other international responsibilities include being a member of the Governing Board of Asian Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions and as Chair of the Board of Editors of its journal.
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