|Post Name||Intelligence Bureau IB ACIO 2000 Vacancy 2021|
|Updated On||17-07-2021 – Tier II Admit Card Download|
|Mode of Apply||Online|
About Intelligence Bureau IB Recruitment 2021 for Assistant Central Intelligence Officer – Apply Online for 2000 Vacancies : Intelligence Bureau (IB) under The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) Invites candidates for the positions of Asst. Central Intelligence Officer (ACIO) – Gr II / Executive. Interested Candidates fulfilling the Eligibility Criteria can Apply Online.
Important Dates for Intelligence Bureau IB Recruitment 2021
- Online Application Starts from : 19-12-2020.
- Last date to Apply Online : 09-01-2021 up to 2359 Hrs.
- Last Date to Pay fees through SBI Challan is 12-01-2021 in Banking Hours.
Application Fees for Intelligence Bureau (IB) Recruitment 2021
- Male Candidates belonging to General, EWS and OBC have to pay a fee of Rs.100/- as Examination Fee and Rs.500/- as Recruitment Processing Charges.
- Female, SC/ ST & Ex Serviceman Recruitment Processing Charges Rs. 500/- Only.
- Payment method by Debit Cards (RuPay / Visa / MasterCard / Maestro), Credit Cards, Internet Banking, UPI, SBI Challan
Age Limit for Intelligence Bureau (IB) Recruitment 2021
- Minimum Age 18 Years
- Maximum Age 27 Years
- Age relaxation applicable for SC / ST / OBC / Departmental Candidates upto 40 Years.
- General upto 35 Years.
Selection Process for Intelligence Bureau (IB) Recruitment 2021
- Tier-I: Online Examination (100 Marks).
- Tier-II: Descriptive Type Exam (50 Marks).
- Tier-III: Interview (100 Marks).
Important Links for Intelligence Bureau (IB) Recruitment 2021
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About Intelligence Bureau (IB)
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) discharges multifarious responsibilities, the important among them being – internal security, border management, Centre-State relations, administration of Union Territories, management of Central Armed Police Forces, disaster management, etc. Though in terms of Entries 1 and 2 of List II – ‘State List’ – in the Seventh Schedule to the Constitution of India, ‘public order’ and ‘police’ are the responsibilities of States, Article 355 of the Constitution enjoins the Union to protect every State against external aggression and internal disturbance and to ensure that the Government of every State is carried on in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution. In pursuance of these obligations, the Ministry of Home Affairs continuously monitors the internal security situation, issues appropriate advisories, shares intelligence inputs, extends manpower and financial support, guidance and expertise to the State Governments for maintenance of security, peace and harmony without encroaching upon the constitutional rights of the States