IB Invites Applications For Deputy Director Post

0
484

Intelligence Bureau (IB), Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi has released a notification for the recruitment of 166 Deputy Director/Tech, Deputy Central Intelligence Officer/Tech-Telephone, Deputy Central Intelligence Officer/Tech & Jr. Intelligence Officer-II/Tech posts on contract basis.

Vacancy Details:

1. Deputy Director / Tech: 02
2. Deputy Central Intelligence Officer / Tech-Telephone: 01
3. Deputy Central Intelligence Officer / Tech: 02
4. Junior Intelligence Officer-II / Tech: 161

Total No. of Vacancies: 166 Posts

Educational Qualification:
Candidates should possess Bachelor Degree in Engineering (B.E / B.Tech / B.Sc (Engg) awarded by a recognized University in the fields of Electronics / Electronics & Communication / Electronics & Telecommunication / Computer Science / Computer Engineering / Computer Technology / Computer Science & Engineering / Information Technology / Software Engineering from a recognized University for Post No. 1 to 3, should possess Higher Secondary (12th) with Mathematics & Physics with 2 years Industrial Training Course in Radio Technician, Electronics, Electronics & Communication from recognized Institute for Post No. 4.

Age Limit:
Candidates age limit should be not exceeding 56 years as on closing date of receipt of applications. The upper age limit is relaxable as per Govt. of India rules.

Pay Scale:
Rs. 15600-39100/- with GP Rs. 5400/- p.m. (Post – 2 & 3)
Rs. 5200-20200/- with GP Rs. 2400/- p.m. (Post – 4)

How to Apply:

Eligible and Willing candidates should be submitted their completed applications along with copies of required documents / certificates(Refer the notification) to the following address within 60 days from the date of issuance of this advertisement.

Application Fee: There is no application fee.

Selection Process:
Candidates will be selected based on Interview.

Important Date:
Last Date for Submission of Application: Within 60 days from the date of issuance of this advt.

-----
Previous articleKansas Shooting: Ian Grillot Honoured For His Heroism
Next articleIndian Navy Bids Farewell To Submarine-Hunting Tupolev Aircraft