Intelligence Bureau Recruitment 2018: Intelligence Bureau (IB) Has Invited Application Form For 134 Assistant/ Intelligence Officers Posts. Interested applicants who desirous to apply on or before 60 days from advt. Other details information like Eligible criteria, Selection procedure, Age Limit, How to Apply, Needed Document about Recruitment 2017 is Given below…
Intelligence Bureau Recruitment 2018
No.Of Vacancies : 134
Name Of The Post :
1.Deputy Central Intelligence Officer/Executive – 80
2.Assistant Central Intelligence Officer-I/Executive – 54
Candidate Should have done bachelor Degree,5 Years experience in the intelligence collection/ 5 years experience in security or Intelligence work, officer under the central police organisations or state police organisations/ Deference Forces.
Age Limit :
Candidates upper age limit should be not exceed 56 Years.
Pay Scale :
Rs.56,100-1 ,77,500/-(Post 1) ,Rs. 47,600-1,51,100/- (Post 2).
Selection Process :
Selection will be based on Written Test & Interview
Application Fee :
Application Fee detailed Go to Official Notification.
How to Apply :
All Interested and Eligible candidates can download application through official website https://mha.gov.in/. After filling the application, candidate must send the hard copy to following address with in 60 days.
Address : Joint Deputy Director/G, Intelligence Bureau,Ministry of Horne Affairs, 35, S.P. Marg, New Delhi-21.
Important Dates to Remember :
Last Date for Submission Hard Copy Is : within 60 days from the date of issuance of this Adv t.
Important Link :
Download Official Notification ==>> Intelligence Bureau Notification 2018
To Apply Through Online == >>>> Application Form
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About Intelligence Bureau :
The Intelligence Bureau (IB)is India’s internal intelligence agency. It was recast as the Central Intelligence Bureau in 1947 under the Ministry of Home Affairs. The reason for the perception may be because, in 1885, Major General Charles MacGregor was appointed Quartermaster General and head of the Intelligence Department for the British Indian Army at Simla. The objective then was to monitor Russian troop deployments in Afghanistan, fearing a Russian invasion of British India through the North-West during the late 19th century.