What are the physical requirements for ACIO-II IB?

Updated on : January 21, 2022 by Noah Hayes



What are the physical requirements for ACIO-II IB?

Here I provide you with information on the physical requirements required to apply for the Office of Intelligence Assistance Officer offer from the Intelligence Office

The following are the physical criteria for the intelligence officer:
Visual sight: the
minimum distance vision must be 6/6 and 6/9 of two eyes with or without the use of glasses.

Height: 165 cms Relaxed height by 5 cms. In the case of Garwalis, Assamese, Gorkhas, Tribals, members of the Kumaon Region, Nagas and Programmed Tribes who as a race are of low height and not for people declared as Programmed Tribe.

Chest: 81 cms. (fully expanded with minimal extension

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Here I provide you with information on the physical requirements required to apply for the Office of Intelligence Assistance Officer offer from the Intelligence Office

The following are the physical criteria for the intelligence officer:
Visual sight: the
minimum distance vision must be 6/6 and 6/9 of two eyes with or without the use of glasses.

Height: 165 cms Relaxed height by 5 cms. In the case of Garwalis, Assamese, Gorkhas, Tribals, members of the Kumaon Region, Nagas and Programmed Tribes who as a race are of low height and not for people declared as Programmed Tribe.

Chest: 81 cms. (Fully expanded with a minimum extension of 5 cm.)
The candidate must not have a bruised knee, flat foot, varicose veins or
squint and must possess high color vision for the position of
Assistant Inspector and Assistant Inspector.
Weight: corresponding to the height of all posts.

Physical efficiency:
Only for male candidates.
Hike: 1600 meters (1.6 km) in 15 minutes.
Cycling: 08 km in 30 minutes.

Only for candidates
Walking: 01 Km in 15 minutes.
Cycling: 05 km in 30 minutes.

Eligibility Conditions: You
must pass the graduation level educational qualification of any recognized board with a minimum of 50% to apply for the position of Officer of the Office of Attendance Intelligence.

Age limit:
Maximum age limit : 27 years


Salary scale : The Central Assistant Intelligence Officer in the Intelligence Office (IB) will receive a monthly payment of Rs. 9,300 - 34,800 / -.

For more details I am attaching a PDF file so you can get it easily.

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THERE IS NO CLARITY about the physical requirements for ACIO-II IB because it is not mentioned in the recruitment notice.

However, rest assured, it will not be rigid (like Army / Paramilitary / Police). One has to be medically well (probably like the medical certificate that is required before entering an engineering school).

Also, there is no physical test (running, high jump, etc.) and there are NO HEIGHT / WEIGHT eligibility criteria.

There is no physical requirement as it is not mentioned anywhere in the notice. If anyone knows the rules of the permanent tattoo at IB, please update it here.

Most of the answers here have been posted by outsiders who have no idea how the department works. Here, I cannot agree or disagree about my connection to the office, as you are not allowed to reveal any of your personal identities.

An ACIO-II is the backbone of the department, working at the ground level, collecting information from Intel, and reporting to higher authorities. It is equivalent to the Inspector compared to uniformed police forces. Although the notice mentions it as a Group C job, it is a Group B job (All employees who are

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Most of the answers here have been posted by outsiders who have no idea how the department works. Here, I cannot agree or disagree about my connection to the office, as you are not allowed to reveal any of your personal identities.

An ACIO-II is the backbone of the department, working at the ground level, gathering information from Intel, and reporting to higher authorities. It is equivalent to the Inspector compared to uniformed police forces. Although the notice mentions it as a Group C job, it is a Group B job (all employees who are Level 6 or higher on the pay scale are considered Group B employees under government rules). But it is always reported as Gr.C due to some technical issues that you will come to know when you join the office. This is an all India job where you can post all over India. It can be sent to any of the border areas, Naxal areas, sensitive community areas, and even convenient subway posts.

Information about the hierarchy can be found on the IB Wikipedia page. If you enter as ACIO-II, you can achieve the level of Deputy Deputy Director, equivalent to SSP. But only if you join the position before the age of 25. Those who join after 25 can reach the level of Assistant. Director.

Nature of work:

Gathering information at ground level, maintaining liaison with sister agencies, conducting undercover operations if the need arises, regular office work at times, etc. It is not always a risky job. Less than 50% of people would be located in high-risk areas. The personal threat is comparatively less when compared to uniformed police forces. Except for a few posts, the work-life balance is good and you can stay with your family too. You don't need to worry about the risk factor. The risk of death is minimal and depends on the situations in which you are operating. E.g. Operating in Kashmir, insurgent prone areas, etc. In such areas, all police force personnel are exposed to equal risks.

Salary:

After the 7th CPC, the salary has increased dramatically for new recruits to the ACIO. You would get roughly 63k on hand during training, which only includes your Basic, DA, SSA (Special Safety Allowance which is 20% DA). You would receive all other assignments like HRA etc once you complete your training. Gross salary after training, for simple posts: 76K and for hard posts: 90K, which includes the financial hardship allowance, ration money, etc. Applicable standard deductions from this gross pay. Please note that you will not get any additional income and if you take bribes and if the notice of the elderly comes, strict measures will be taken against you as the department does not tolerate corruption.

Work satisfaction:

It all depends on your place of publication, which is randomly based on your luck. Political recommendations / pressures are not working in the department. If you compare it to a software job, this would give you immense satisfaction, but if you compare it to higher positions like IAS, IPS, you will not be satisfied. The pressure of work is not so much due to the fact that pressure cannot help in any information gathering. Therefore, I can assure you the peace of mind of being safe. But if you are stationed in big cities like state capitals, etc., you have a hectic job. This is not a James Bond type work that you may have read on many blogs, answers, etc.

Advantages of this job:

  1. Good paid job. You won't make as much money on any of the SSC CGL jobs, except AAO.
  2. The work is not monotonous. You will start to feel interested in your job if you get good job opportunities.
  3. Prestige in society for the name and integrity of the department.
  4. You will feel like you are serving the nation at least at some point.
  5. Good endorsement for those who want to prepare for other exams like UPSC CSE. You would have a good amount of time to study, but it all depends on your place of publication, as I mentioned earlier.

Cons of this work:

  1. There is no absolute power for the mail. You have to do things behind the curtains. Those who want recognition and ostentation, this is not a place for you.
  2. All publications from India, some from Tamil Nadu can be published in Kashmir, those from Rajasthan can be published in Mizoram, etc. But this is only restricted for your initial post. Once your initial posting period, which is 3 years, is over, you can return to your home state or neighboring states based on the vacancies at that time.
  3. I have seen tips from people who have joined this job. Few are very happy and few are very depressed about work. It all depends on the place and the work you are doing.

So I can finally say that this job has pros and cons. If you are frustrated about getting a government job or want to keep it as a backup option for other exams like UPSC CSE, then you can put in a little effort and pass this exam. Passing this exam would require immense hard work due to the number of candidates appearing on the exam. The interviews would be taken by IPS officers who are equivalent to the IG rank, so prepare thoroughly for it. If there is any query you need about the job (not the dumb ones) then you can comment, I will try to edit the answer and answer your questions. Questions related to the exam, such as books, what to study, etc., you can refer to so many blogs that are available on the Internet.

Thank you for reading. !

Jai Hind.

Edit 1: Many of them ask about the temporary word and if this job is temporary or permanent.

Ans. Each central government. work comes with the same terminology. There is a trial period of 2 years, publication in which its publication is confirmed. The job is permanent from day 1 of your service. Even jobs like IAS, IPS are temporary until your trial period ends. If you want to leave the service before the trial period, you have to pay 3 months salary (only basic + DA amounting to almost 1.5-1.7 lakhs) as bail money. You do not need to pay any amount if you are selected to any of the state / central government positions if the degree pay of the new job is higher than that of the current job. If the new job has a lower grade salary or if you want to leave the government. You must pay the amount of the deposit.

Regarding disclosure of work to friends / family:

Yes, you must not reveal your identity to outsiders. However, you can tell your close friends and family about your work and the place of publication. But you should not disclose any details about the details of the work / tasks that you are currently performing to any of the outsiders, including your family.

Regarding work and family life:

Yes, there is enough work-life balance at work. You won't have a hectic job like Software or any other central department. But it all depends on the situation. Sometimes you may be busy 24/7 and sometimes you may be out of work for 2-3 days. But you should be ready for work at any time of the day if a call comes in from a superior officer and the need arises. You can take your family with you in 90% of the places. In the first 3 years you may receive fixed posts depending on the state you are in where it might be difficult to keep your family with you (eg J&K, Chattisgarh etc) but then you may be in normal places. If you are stationed in a state of peace, you can support your family from day one.

Regarding the preparation and expense of UPSC in the state of origin:

Yes, you will have time to study. But again, it all depends on where you post and how busy your job is. But you can manage the studies easily. There are so many people who have passed CSE and other exams while working here.

Publication in the state of origin: it all depends on the initial publication. If you've been posted to tough states like J&K and NE, you can post back at home after 3 years. Others can get home publication after 5-6 years of service and after the first 3-year tenure, you will be able to easily access neighboring states if you were assigned in a peaceful state earlier.

Regarding interview and doctor:

The medical examination will be of normal standards. It wouldn't be as tough as SSB. The interviews would be conducted by senior IPS officials of the IG and higher ranks. So you can expect it in the standards less than CAPF AC, CSE but more than normal interviews. It all depends on the officers and would be more in line with the CSE interview. Prepare thoroughly and have your thoughts on the events happening around you about 6 months before the interview.

Thanks!

I can share few experiences between my late father and myself (these experiences may not be generalized, but I keep writing in a general tone, as I do not know the families of other IB officials, it is strange, but I hardly know my father's) . colleagues and their families).

Once I met a boy, whose father was also in IB, we had similar childhood experiences. (Somehow my father also knew his late father. My father never encouraged me to talk about his work with anyone and so did the other boy I met. We both accidentally found out about our common heritage)

The family life of the IB staff member is excellent as

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I can share few experiences between my late father and myself (these experiences may not be generalized, but I keep writing in a general tone, as I do not know the families of other IB officials, it is strange, but I hardly know my father's) . colleagues and their families).

Once I met a boy, whose father was also in IB, we had similar childhood experiences. (Somehow my father also knew his late father. My father never encouraged me to talk about his work with anyone and so did the other boy I met. We both accidentally found out about our common heritage)

The IB officer's family life is excellent, as a relative he will learn to jump when others are just walking. Honesty and openness will be second nature. In a way, you will isolate yourself socially, as you will be warned not to visit public places during festivals or holidays. You will learn a lot of history, geography, GK just by talking to your father. You will wake up early because your house will be like a small police academy with discipline. You will never know why there are so many restrictions on you and your social life until you see the big picture. However, those restrictions are forever.

1. By accident I came to know that you are in IB. Once my father asked me to take some money out of his wallet to buy a daily necessity. Out of curiosity, I looked in his wallet and saw his ID. He told me never to touch his wallet again, and after that he used to keep the money on the table and the wallet out of his reach. On the school admission forms, I used to occupy my father's occupation as a grade IV government servant.

2. After retirement (> 9 years), often while watching news or debates on television, our discussion (between him and me) will turn to the current social / political scene, and he tells me that he is under oath and refuses to discuss any topic. further away.

3. He never talked about where he worked, what he worked on, his assignments, etc. Even after he retired he was completely silent about things. For him, the country always came first.

4. I used to do regular exercises like running / lifting / push-ups etc. I doubt he was also trained in hand-to-hand combat. He knew a foreign language (which he learned during his time in college). During his college days, he used to visit a local Akhaara (Indian gym).

Sometimes, being a son, I feel like I don't know him at all. He never lied to us, but he flatly refused to answer questions (saying that he cannot lie in personal life, but accepted that he is a professional liar). For some questions, he simply told us what we should be answering if someone asks (what does your father do - kind of question that friends, school teacher, etc.) ask him.

5. He used to say that he was bound by oath, he also questioned me if he felt I was asking him something critical. He would ask that, what prompted me to ask? or sometimes he will ask you who asked you this question. It sounds too much like a movie, but he mentioned country first and anything else many times.

6. My critical question was always about your office location and assigned area. When I was a teenager, I don't want to be caught playing video games at the store (which I used to do). It was practically present in all parts of the city. I never knew if he will catch me at school, playing video games, or wandering around. The strict house rule was to be home after 7:30 pm. Sometimes he's home just to check it out.

7. Despite all this, family life was great. He was a very calm, balanced and honest individual. He used to say never forget 4W and 1H (what, why, when, where and how). He was a great human being, a man of primary and high values.

I had my interview on August 17th. We weren't allowed to interact much after the interview, so I don't have a generic idea about the questions. So this answer is mostly based on my personal experience.

The interview board consisted of 4 people: a senior president, a technician, a defender (or at least someone with a solid knowledge of internal and external security issues), and a guy from the Northeast (whose main job is to observe their body language and physical reactions)


First are the general questions: -

  • the place where you belong
  • their academic training (special attention if it is a first level institute,
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I had my interview on August 17th. We weren't allowed to interact much after the interview, so I don't have a generic idea about the questions. So this answer is mostly based on my personal experience.

The interview board consisted of 4 people: a senior president, a technician, a defender (or at least someone with a solid knowledge of internal and external security issues), and a guy from the Northeast (whose main job is to observe their body language and physical reactions)


First are the general questions: -

  • the place where you belong
  • your academic training (special attention if it is a first level institute, you may be asked some questions related to the institute, as was my case)
  • Why the gap between studying and now (if applicable)
  • How were your interviews on campus and your success in them!
  • What other tests have you requested and their status?
  • Profession of family members (if related to the police or military, they would ask relevant qns like who is the commissioner of your city, etc.)
  • Meaning of your first and last name.
  • Why IB on your graduation field?
  • Why should we select you?
  • How will your title be useful in this job?

Then comes the technician:

  • What was your favorite subject at graduation? (In my case, this was the most crucial question, as it dictated the rest of my interview. I said Network Security: '(Be so stupid of me)
  • What are the internationally accepted encryption standards? (I said DES, RSA but they wanted more: |)
  • Is there an open source encryption standard?
  • How would you use a Keylogger to keep an eye on a terrorist? (I said we can install it on a computer that we know it would use in the future and pray that it doesn't install a strong antivirus. So we can get an idea of ​​the exact key you're pressing, but nowadays many use virtual keyboards. So , this method would be subject to too many if and but therefore less effective)
  • Without having physical access to the PC, can't you? (Yes, we can. If we know the IP and MAC, we can try to install it remotely as long as the PC has a very weak security system).
  • What do you mean by weak security system? (he beats around the bush saying antivirus, firewall, but I know there are more complex methods: P)
  • If you have a strong security system, what would your course of action be? (brute force FTW)
  • Explain the brute force attack? (saying)
  • What are the ways a terrorist can hide from a network? (Explained abt data encapsulation, but wanted only the techniques, not its explanation: D then I moved on to VPN and proxy servers)
  • What is TOR and how does it work? (a server that redirects data through many proxy servers, so it can't be traced back to the source. I knew about layers, the onion concept, but was afraid of more questions, so I didn't say anything else)
  • How does wikileaks collect your information? (I have no idea how it relates to my branch, they will probably ask some unexpected questions to observe its reaction in unprecedented scenarios)
  • What is VoIP? (I just expanded it as I had no idea of ​​its mechanisms) How is it different from normal trunk calls? (I told him that 1 goes through a fixed line between exchanges, another goes through satellite. I later remembered that it is all about circuit switching and packet switching, but it was too late)

After being skinned alive, they pointed to the soft-spoken Northeastern boy who took pity and asked him a solitary question:
"Name five insurgent groups from the Northeast!" (I could only answer ULFA, Bodo and NSCN-IM)
"Can you expand IM?" (It's Isac's thing) He
cut me off and pointed to the final panelist.

  • What is the most difficult situation for Naxalism, the NE insurgency and the Kashmiri militants? (Difficult in terms of our ability to control them?)
  • In terms of our ability to get rid of them. (They would be Kashmiri militants by a wide margin, as others can be eliminated with development activities as long as this involves stakeholders on both sides)
  • Who are the two parties? (India, Pakistan)
  • Are not the Kashmiris an interested party in this? (Yes, they are. Sorry sir, I forgot to mention it before)
  • What would you do to achieve peace if you are posted to Kashmir as an intelligence officer? (I don't think an intelligence officer can do anything that results in peace as it involves multiple stakeholders)

They seem dissatisfied but nonetheless they saved me and freed me from that panic room. More than the accuracy of your answers, your composure matters. If you don't know any answers, don't beat around the bush, as you will be humiliated during the resulting cross-examination, which will not only waste your time but also give you a -ve impression. Just say I don't know and pray that the next question will be easier. The most important thing is to try to avoid incorporating terms that are your strong suit (as I did when I said that CNS is my favorite topic)

MARS

General Human Resources Questions:
· Meaning of your first and last name.
· Why did you join the IB despite getting a good job?
· Why do you think it will be good for the IB? or what qualities do you have to become an IB?
· Why do you want to join the Intelligence Bureau?
· Why not another government? work based on your technical experience?
· How will your title be useful in this job?
· What qualities do you have for the IB and why do you think we will select you to convince us?
· What are your interests and hobbies?
· What district do you belong to?
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General Human Resources Questions:
· Meaning of your first and last name.
· Why did you join the IB despite getting a good job?
· Why do you think it will be good for the IB? or what qualities do you have to become an IB?
· Why do you want to join the Intelligence Bureau?
· Why not another government? work based on your technical experience?
· How will your title be useful in this job?
· What qualities do you have for the IB and why do you think we will select you to convince us?
· What are your interests and hobbies?
· What district do you belong to?
· When did you complete your title and what did you do after that?
· Did you attend campus interviews?
· What university are you from?
· What do you want to be in life?
· What will you do if you are not selected?
· What tests are you currently taking and if you have been successful.
· About the gap in education, if any.
· Questions about the profession of family members.
· When did you think you should join the IB?
· What are the different languages ​​you know?

Questions related to the topic of the branch:


History Students ->


· When and where the Battle of Plassey was fought. Where is Plassey?

· What is the difference in black and white between the Battle of Plassey and the first Battle of Panipat?

· 2nd battle of panipat?

On the battle of Buxar

· Importance of December 6, 1992 in history

· When did the Jallianwalla Bagh massacre take place?

· Prime Minister of the United Kingdom during the Independence of India and World War II.

· Also Heads of USA and USSR during the same time.

Who was the hero of the first war of independence in your district, if any

Freedom Fighters from your district

· Who built Qutub Minar and who completed it?


Computer Science Students ->


· Ways to protect a computer?

· Why do you choose that branch?

Questions about the latest version of Windows

What is understood by distributed computing

· What is hacking, cracking, snooping, hacking ethically? They even asked about database management optimization techniques.

· What are routine tables?

· Who invented the calculus?

· What is the importance of algorithms in data structures?

· How is a computer protected from a threat on a network?

· What can you do with the computer?

· Name some computer languages?
· What is the difference between IPv4 and IPV6?
Polity Students ->


· What parties do Obama, Bush and Clinton belong to?

· Name two political parties in the United States.

· What is the current political situation in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Srilanka? Asked 90% of the candidates

· What is Chanakya's other name? What are your views on the state?

· What do you know about the eleventh annex, article 368, article 38, article 41?

· Article 370 (J & k), 377 (LGBT), 73rd amendment (Gram Sabha and panchayat), Article 371 D

· 44th Amendment, 97th Amendment?

· How is the president elected?

· What are the 6 fundamental rights?

· How many schedules are there in the Indian constitution?


Biotechnology, Microbiology Students ->


· Explain what genetic engineering is.

· What are the latest news on it?

· What are stem cells and their uses?

· Where are stem cells collected?

· What is segregation?

· What is the use of microbiology in the industrial field?

· How does microbiology help in industrial production?


About the organization IB:


· About the IB. Role of the IB

· What role does the IB play in public service?

· What is ACIO's work profile?

· Why does IB collect information secretly?

· Tell me about some operations carried out by IB.

· What is intelligence?

· What is counterintelligence?

· How to collect information for intelligence purposes?

· What is the difference between intelligence and information? What is business intelligence?

· Emotional Intelligence Vs Intellectual Intelligence.

· Difference b/w IB and RAW


Defence , Security & Foreign Relations Questions :


· Difference between Communism And Communalism.

· Difference between Incursion , Insurgency, Terrorism, Militancy

· difference between insurgency and terrorism

· what is the difference between Maoism and Naxalism?

· what is condition of Naxalism in India and your State, if Present

· what you will do if you become the Home minister of your State for the improved security in the state.

· Terrorist organizations? Name some terror outfits and why people gets attracted to terrorism

· what is NATO ? list some members of NATO?

· NAM – explain?

· internal threat to our country

· tell me about situation in Northeastern region .. are there any clashes in northeast region ?

· what is the present scenario of terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir

· Relationship between India and Srilanka

· socio political scenario of your State

· Tell me about Rohingya ?

· India- china issue with reference to Arunachal

· What are the cyber security threats

· What do u mean when u say computer network security?

· What should we do to prevent such threats ?

· Is India’s foreign policy on the right path.

· Extremist groups of your State, if any.

· Tell me what do you know by Greyhounds ? No, Not that Dog breed

· Distance of Nepal border from my native place? From UP-Bihar Candidates

· Why Communal riots happen? What was the reason for Muzaffar Nagar riots ?

· What does Jihad mean?

· what is AFSPA ?

· what do you mean by separatist movements

· India-Pakistan relations

· Why do Chinese get inside Indian Territories ?

· What are some Internal security issues in India communalism, Casteism, fundamentalism, separatist movement, Naxalism, Terrorist attacks


Opinion Based Questions :


· Presently what are the major problems faced by India ?

· how do you increase rural employment

· If you are send to an interior area and without telling your identity how will you extract information from the local people.

· Can we eliminate corruption from public life with these bills – Jan Lokpal bill

· FDI in multi brand retail

· tell me how do you increase rural employment

· How will you extract information about Naxalites in an area?

· There is a terrorist named xyz living greater kailash, young….how do gather info secretively about this guy?

· What all is Necessary for Growth of India

· Does govt. always listen to citizens? How to make government listen?
· What are some Good and bad effects of subsidies provided by government ?
Miscellaneous Questions :


· When, Where and who were the founders of Reebok?(asked to the candidate who was wearing a Reebok jacket)

· international boundary of north eastern states

· Vice Chancellor name of your university

· two bigger states and two smaller states in India

· Dimensions of the Interview room and its volume.

· About ur District? Tribes and historical places?

· Tell us N.E states names, capitals and they chief ministers

· Area of India, length and breadth.

· suppose u know just the name of person and rough idea about his locality how would u gather information about him ?

· Which states are facing law and order problems?


For Women Candidates :
· Women’s safety in India and what needs to be done

· Opinions on Vishaka Case guidelines

Is not difficult. I have a philosophy "If you think you can, you will make it if you try (sincerely)". As stated above the document has 2 parts, but don't expect 2 different documents to be delivered. Both jobs will be submitted in the same job. Questions 1-100 will cover almost everything like Apt, Reasoning, English and GK and lastly there will be question number 101 which is descriptive and 4 topics will be mentioned of which you will have to write one in 150 words I guess. . Basically to my knowledge if you erase the limit in the first 100 questions only your theory will develop

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It ain't tough. I have a philosophy " If you think you can, you will achieve if given a try(sincere)". as said above the paper has 2 parts, but don't expect 2 different papers to be given. Both the papers will be given in the same paper. the questions 1-100 will cover almost everything like Apt, Reasoning, English and G.K. and at last there would be question number 101 which is descriptive and there would be 4 topics mentioned out of which you will have to write one in 150 words i guess. basically as per my knowledge if you clear the cut-off in the first 100 questions only will your theory paper be corrected, but a friend of mine working in IB said it was the other way round. Anyway the questions asked are easy to answer though.

The toughest part comes when you are in training. There is a grape vine that the women who join IB leave in less than a month since the training would be harsh. Every agent is expected to server at the border for at-least a year in their IB career(i guess within first 3 years). Another friend of mine was stationed at Siachen Glacier in the 3 month itself as a part of the training. Survival is tough in the beginning. Many people join with a misconception that they would be like James bond in MI6. But the truth is that you wouldn't do anything like that unless you are in R&AW, moreover working in R&AW is as cool as MI6. The IB office would be like any other govt., office, covered with files and all. The worst part is if your boss asks you to gather info, and when you try to nor will the Civilians co-operate nor will the Defense guys. no one would support, nor can you openly reveal you are working for the IB. Anyway i have answered your question in the above para. This para is just to know how your life might be after getting into IB.

He joined the Intelligence Office as ACIO-II on May 30, 2016.

A year has passed and this is my last salary: August 2017.

The total comes to Rs. 64056

This is the usual minimum wage for all ACIOs that are published in Tier 3 cities.

Better Cities have HRA as 16% and Subways have HRA as 24%. Similarly, the transport allowance (TPA) and the transport allowance (CA) also change as the region changes.

Now, as I am in charge of a Post Office, I get additional benefits that the Government pays extra.

So my housing, cook, maid, newspaper, TV needs are covered and paid by

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He joined the Intelligence Office as ACIO-II on May 30, 2016.

A year has passed and this is my last salary: August 2017.

The total comes to Rs. 64056

This is the usual minimum wage for all ACIOs that are published in Tier 3 cities.

Better Cities have HRA as 16% and Subways have HRA as 24%. Similarly, the transport allowance (TPA) and the transport allowance (CA) also change as the region changes.

Now, as I am in charge of a Post Office, I get additional benefits that the Government pays extra.

Therefore, my housing, cook, maid, newspaper, television needs are all covered and paid for by the government. (This is for publishing expenses only)

Esto resulta ser - Rs. 14250.

Entonces, mi salario bruto es - Rs. 78.306.

Redondeando a Rs. 78.000.

The Net Salary would come after deducting the NPS Pension contribution of 10% BP, Income Tax, Education Cess etc., which may come up to Rs. 7000 per month.

So, you can say that the Gross Salary of an ACIO-II in the Intelligence Bureau is 9.30 LPA.

This much is sufficient enough for a 24 year old who just started his Central Government Job, with an increase in DA every 6 months and an increment of 3% every year.

Yes.

Go ahead. Don't think too much if it is suitable or not.

Women are NOT given hard postings. Most are assigned desk jobs (for example, in BoI as Immigration Officers and work at Airports).

I think younger generation needs to explore a bit more by traversing into the unknown.

Keep your apprehensions down and join the services. Its a good job with exceptionally good salary.

Also, most jobs that are considered good for women are bogged down with uncertainties, such as PSBs (due to huge gross NPAs), PSUs (due to recurring losses), teaching jobs (due to the contractual nature of the job). work and the interruption it is causing).

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Yes.

Ahead. Don't overthink whether it is suitable or not.

Women do NOT receive difficult posts. Most are assigned desk jobs (eg at BoI as immigration officers and work in airports).

I think the younger generation needs to explore a little more through the unknown.

Mantenga sus aprensiones bajas y únase a los servicios. Es un buen trabajo con un salario excepcionalmente bueno.

Also, most jobs that are considered good for women are mired with uncertainties, like PSBs (due to huge gross NPAs), PSUs (due to recurrent losses) , Teaching jobs (due to contractual nature of the job and disruption being caused by online education ecosystem), private sector jobs (*due to exploitative nature, disruption being caused by AI/ML, etc.), etc.

So, sometimes what appears SAFE in the present maybe the most dangerous in near future.

Of course. If its suitable for a Male then the same follows for female as well. Such a question in this generation is ridiculing.

There are changes in almost all government organizations, grouping women. The SSC of the Navy, etc. It was something where the entry of women was restricted, but now the doors are open. The Republic Day parade is led by a cadre contingent of female Air Force officers and a force showcase by Indian Army officers. There was recently an INS that was traveling to some country with only female officers on board.

There is no difference between a man and a woman, except that she goes through PMS and

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Of course. If it is suitable for a man, the same goes for a woman. Such a question in this generation is ridiculous.

There are changes in almost all government organizations, grouping women. The SSC of the Navy, etc. It was something where the entry of women was restricted, but now the doors are open. The Republic Day parade is led by a cadre contingent of female Air Force officers and a force showcase by Indian Army officers. There was recently an INS that was traveling to some country with only female officers on board.

There is no difference between a man and a woman except that she goes through PMS and gives birth to a man's baby.

I am not surprised with this question because it will further take some more years to change the mindset of those few people who has such questions in mind. Many have changed ,few are remaining. Greatest exexample of change is Haryana who was once known for its honour killing and Khap panchayat is now known for its women winning bronze etc in Olympics, in the Olympics where none of the male managed to get a medal.

Coming back to your question, considering that you are a girl , you will get your home state/desk job or on deputation to Delhi MHA.

Gratitude and Regards,

Shobhanjali Prasad

OK!

A very good question.

IB is nothing as it appears, I will speak only truth as I don't want anyone to destroy his life through one wrong choice.

You know that IB is not a police department, however you will see it at the top of the MHA Central Police Organization list.

This organization is only present to entertain please entertain a certain cadre of the central government, who did not get the positions they elected.

But since they are loyal to their Masters, they are given this department.

It would be bad to say that this is an apartment.

If you want to see how the British ICS enjoyed and enslaved

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OKAY!

Very good question.

IB is nothing like it seems, I'll just tell the truth, as I don't want anyone to destroy their life because of a bad choice.

You know that IB is not a police department, however you will see it at the top of the MHA Central Police Organization list.

This organization is only present to entertain please entertain a certain cadre of the central government, who did not get the positions they elected.

But since they are loyal to their Masters, they are given this department.

It would be bad to say that this is an apartment.

If you want to see how the British ICS enjoyed and enslaved the Indians, go and be a part of the IB.

I don't know of a single person other than the Top who is not treated like trash and slave.

Some people enjoys being slave, purely on choice of the individual.

There's an unofficial moto of IB.

Cadre for spineless.

Peace ✌️

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