IB that is the Intelligence Bureau of Ministry of Home Affairs is calling out for the applications from the aspiring candidates for the position of Assistant Central Intelligence Officer. The official notification for the IB ACIO was released on the official website that is www.mha.nic.in.
IB ACIO 2017 Tier 1
The tier 1 for the exam is scheduled for 25th October 2017 and Tier 2 is scheduled for January 2018. The candidates who get selected are going to be offered the salary of Rs. 9,300 to Rs. 34,800. The grade pay for this post is also Rs. 4,200.
IB ACIO 2017 Exam Pattern
The exam pattern for the IB ACIO 2017 is defined and the pattern includes written exam conducted in 2 phases that is tier 1 and tier 2. the Tier 1 exam is going to contain MCQs that will be categorized into 4 parts each with 25 questions. This exam will contain general awareness, quantitative aptitude, Logical and analytical ability and English Language. Following the tier 1 is the tier 2 exam that is planned to contain descriptive questions that include Essay on one of the given topics carrying 30 marks and English comprehension carrying 20 marks.
Important Notes for Aspirants of IB ACIO 2017
In this exam there is no negative marking, so make sure you attempt every question. Also, marking system will not include the marks to be awarded for an unattempted question. The final result for the exam will be declared on the basis of combined score of tier 1 and tier 2 exam. The minimum cut-off for the exam that is tier 2 is 33 %. For those candidates who crack both tier 1 and tier 2, the interview schedule will be released.
All the latest updates will be posted here and for more details, you can also visit their official website that is www.mha.nic.in.
Cut-Off Score For IB ACIO 2017
The Cut-off marks for the IB ACIO 2017 are going to be released by the Ministry of home affairs on the official website soon. For an idea and from the analysis of the previous year scores and cut-off the tentative cut-off to be expected is going to be 68 mars for the general category and 65 for the OBC, and for the SC and ST class, the cut-off will be around 55-51.
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