Jun 2, 2014

Intelligence Bureau Information and Success Tips

Intelligence Bureau Information and Success Tips

Intelligence Bureau is considered as a Low Profile Prestigious and Risk taking Government Job in India, but even though there are Candidates who are aspiring to take in the Job. Intelligence Bureau is an Indian Government Secret Organization that consists of Gazetted Officers of Group A, Group B and Group C that have an equivalence in Ranking to Police Officers, many of which are chosen from Indian Police Services. Every year Government of India conducts the examination for Juniour Intelligence Officer (JIO) and Assistant Central Intelligence Officer (ACIO Grade – II) through which most intelligent candidates are chosen and recruited to this Job. This examination is conducted by Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) of the Indian Government. After Recruitment these aspiring Candidates are sent for 6 Months training where they learn the Job Type. The Equivalence in Police and IB Ranking is as Follows -

* IB Officers Group A

1. Director of IB – Senior most IPS officeror the Four star equivalent to Armed Forces Generals
2. Special Director – Director General of Police (DGP)
3. Additional Director – Additional Director General of Police
4. Joint Director – Inspector General of Police
5. Deputy Director – Deputy Inspector General of Police
6. Joint Deputy Director – Senior Superintendent of Police
7. Assistant Director – Superintendent of Police
8. Deputy Central Intelligence Officer- Additional Superintendent of Police
9. Assistant Central Intelligence Officer Grade-I – Deputy Superintendent of Police

• IB Officers Group B

1.Assistant Central Intelligence Officer Grade-II – Inspector of Police

IB Officers Group C

1. Junior Intelligence Officer Grade-I – Sub Inspector of Police
2. Junior Intelligence Officer Grade-II – Assistant Sub Inspector of Police
3. Security Assistant – Constable of Police

5 Tips for Success in Intelligence Bureau Exams

1. There are 80% questions that are based on General Knowledge, General Awareness, General Studies, General Science, Geography and Indian Politics. Candidates need to stay updated with all the important General Knowledge, Current Affairs, General Science, History, Geography etc.
2. IB has provided a list of topics for Mathematics to Study that consists of basic Maths and Reasoning i.e. Mental Ability.
3. No negative marking in Paper I, so try to attempt all 100 questions
4. The Time provided for this exam is just 100 minutes for 100 Objective questions and an essay of 400 words, so candidates need to manage time wisely.
5. Daily Practice on Essays on recent topics.

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