IB Recruitment 2017 – 1430 Executive Posts

Online applications are invited from Indian Nationals for direct recruitment to the post of Assistant Central Intelligence Officer (GradeII/Executive) i.e. ACIO-II (Exe) in IB (Ministry of Home Affairs), Government of India.
Applicants are advised to go through all parameters under different paras and sub-paras mentioned below and satisfy themselves about their suitability in terms of age limit, essential qualifications, etc for the post before applying.
Candidates fulfilling eligibility criteria as mentioned below may apply ONLINE through website www.mha.nic.in only.


Important Dates

Events Important Dates
Commencement of Online Registration 12th August 2017
Closure of Online Registration 02nd September 2017
Last date of depositing application fees 5th September 2017
Exam Dates
Tier I: 15th
Tier II:

October 2017
07th January 2018

Category-wise list of vacancies

Category Number of vacancies Ex-serviceman
General 951 95
OBC 184 19
SC 109 11
ST 56 5
Total 1300 130

Fees Structure

For General (Male) & OBC candidates, the registration fee is Rs 100/- only. 
There is No fee for SC/ST/Female candidates.

How to Apply 

  • Visit the official website mha.nic.in
  • Search IB ACIO Post 2017 link.
  • Click on the link and open it.
  • Fill the necessary details.
  • Click Submit button.
  • Choose the mode of payment and pay the post fees of the department.
  • Take the print of the online application for further use.

Eligibility Criteria 2017

Education Qualification

Essential Qualification: Graduate or equivalent degree from any government recognized university
and Knowledge of Computer

Age Limit & Age Relaxation


  • 18 years - 27 years
  • Age Relaxation: Age relaxation for IB ACIO candidates is 5 years for SC/ST & 3 years for OBC.

Selection Process

 Selection Process 2017-18 is divided mainly into three parts
  • Tier 1 Exam
  • Tier 2 Exam
  • Interview
MHA ACIO Tier 1 exam is basically an online objective type of exam.
The candidates who will clear the Tier 1 exam, will then appear for Tier 2 exam.
Tier 2 is descriptive in nature and to pass the Tier 2 exam, candidates are required to score at least 33% marks (as per the rule).
Based on Tier 1 and Tier 2 exam performances, candidates will be called for an Interview for the final round of selection.

Exam Pattern

There will be 100 questions, each containing 1 marks in Tier 1 Exam.
For each wrong answer, there will be a negative marking of ¼ marks.
Tier 2 is descriptive in nature, which is of 50 marks.

Exam Number of Questions Total Marks Time
Tier 1
(Written Exam)
100 100 60 Mins
Tier 2 Essay (30 Marks)
English Comprehension or Precis Writing (20 Marks)

50

60 Mins
Interview - 100 Marks


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