IB Junior Intelligence Officers Recruitment 2023

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IB Junior Intelligence Officers Recruitment 2023

Post NameIB Junior Intelligence Officers
Post Date30 May 2023
Latest Update
Total Vacancy 797
Qualification Bachelor Degree in Science Stream. OR Diploma Degree in Electronics / EC / Electronics & Telecommunication / IT / CS / CE / CA.

Intelligence Bureau (IB) are inviting online application form for various post to fill up the Junior Intelligence Officers JIO 2023 (IB Recruitment 2023). Interested candidate who have completed all eligibility criteria may apply online application form. Please read full notification, before you apply online application form.

POST DETAILS

Organization Name Intelligence Bureau (IB)
Job Type Permanent
Advertisement No. 
Name of the Post Junior Intelligence Officers
Total Posts of Vacancy 797
Pay Salary Level-4 (25,500-81,100)
Job Category Government
Job Location 
Application Mode Online
Fees ₹
Mode of PaymentCredit or Debit card / Depositing the money in any Branch of national Bank by Cash
Starting Date of Application 03-06-2023
Last Date of Application 23-06-2023
Last Date of Fees Submission 23-06-2023
Last Date for Correction 
Date of Exam Available Soon

AGE

  • Age : 18-27 Years (Age As on 23.06.2023)
  • Extra Age As per Rules

TOTAL VACANCIES

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3257921511959797

IMPORTANT LINKS

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About Intelligence Bureau (IB)

The Intelligence Bureau (IB) is the oldest domestic intelligence agency in India, established in 1887. It operates under the Ministry of Home Affairs and plays a vital role in national security and policymaking.

The primary mission of the Intelligence Bureau is to gather and analyze intelligence within India’s borders. Its focus is on assessing and understanding threats to internal security, including terrorism, espionage, and subversive activities. The agency utilizes a variety of sources, such as human intelligence, signals intelligence, and open-source intelligence, to collect information. This intelligence is then shared with other law enforcement and security agencies.

In addition to counterterrorism efforts, the IB is involved in countering organized crime, maintaining communal harmony, and preventing activities that may destabilize the country. The agency provides protection to important government officials, critical infrastructure, and vital installations.

The Intelligence Bureau operates through a network of field officers and agents strategically placed across the country. Their task is to gather information, conduct surveillance, and ensure the safety and security of India. Given the nature of their work, the agency’s operations are highly confidential and classified.

The Intelligence Bureau plays a crucial role in safeguarding national security, protecting the Indian population, and maintaining stability within the country.

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