Assistant Central Intelligence Officer, Intelligence Bureau Exam

Details of Assistant Central Intelligence Officer (General) Grade II - Intelligence Bureau Exam.

Assistant Central Intelligence Officer Exam Eligibility

Age should be 18 to 27 years as on the last date of the receipt of application.

Age relaxation upto 5 years for SC/ST,3 years for OBC candidates.Departmental candidates and Ex-servicemen have age relaxation as per the instructions issued by the Central Government.

Exam Notification

Exam Notification will be published in the Employment news.

One month from the date of publication of the advertisement in the 'Employment News' is the Closing date.

How to apply

Application on plain white paper in the prescribed format (Appendix-I) may be sent (By Ordinary Post) to the address given in Table 'A' against the centre opted by applicant for written examination before closing date. The Code and Name of the Centre of Examination opted by the candidate must be super scribed in bold letters as also it should mention "Application for the post of Assistant Central Intelligence Officer Grade II/Wireless Telegraphy" on the left corner of the envelop containing the application. One copy of the recent passport size photograph duly signed by the candidate on the front side should be pasted in the space provided in the application and another copy should be attached with the admit card.

Eligibility For Intelligence Bureau Exam

Bachelor's Degree in Science with one of the subjects like Physics/Maths/Computer Science from a recognized university

Diploma in Radio Engineering or Degree in Tele-Communication Engineering.

Exam Details

Duration for the Written Test Examination is 2 hours.

The written test consists of Multiple Objective type questions in General Knowledge, Physics/Electronics and Mathematics.

Shortlisted candidates shall be called for interview and personality test in the order of their ranking as per the marks obtained by them in the above written test.

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