IB Admit Card 2021
The Intelligence Bureau has released the admit cards for the Tier-1 Written Examination of Assistant Central Intelligence Officer 2000 Post’s recruitment. The candidates who submitted online applications between 19th December 2020 to 9th January 2021 for this 2000 post’s recruitment of Intelligence Bureau are able to download their written exam admit card from below.
Related: IB Recruitment 2020
IB Admit Card 2021 Details
Name of Post: Assistant Central Intelligence Officer
No of Posts: 2,000 Posts
Name of Organization: Intelligence Bureau of India
Date of Tier-I Examination: 18th to 20th February 2021
Admit Card Status: Released
Exam Centres in Assam: Dibrugarh, Guwahati, Jorhat, Silchar & Tezpur
How to Download IB Admit Card 2021?
Candidates who submitted his/her online application for above mentioned recruitment of Intelligence Bureau is able to download his/her admit card for the written exam from below. The candidate may follow below provided steps to download admit card.
- Scroll down, Check Important Links section,
- Click on IB Admit Card Download link,
- A page will be loaded in new window,
- Enter your Registration No & Date of Birth and click on Search button,
- Now your admit card will be visible, click on Print option,
- That’s it. Now visit examination venue with your admit card.
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Selection Process of Intelligence Bureau Recruitment
There are 3 tier examination model to complete the recruitment process for Assistant Central Intelligence Officer’s recruitment. Below, we clearly separated all tier exam details. Also, we suggest our visitors to check official notification to get clear details about this section.
Written Examination: There will be two tier of written exam, both are below mentioned. Also, negative marking of ¼ mark for each wrong answer is applicable for tier-1.
|General Awareness||1 Hour||100 Marks|
|Numerical/ Analytical/ Logical Ability & Reasoning|
|Descriptive Type Paper||1 Hour||50 Marks|
Interview: There will be an interview as 3rd tier of selection process and which contains 100 marks.