IB Recruitment for 1054 Posts of Security Assistant/Executive Exam 2018
Online applications are invited from Indian nationals for direct recruitment to the post of Security Assistant (Executive) in the following Subsidiary Intelligence Bureaux, Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India.Applicants are advised to go through all parameters under different paras and sub-paras mentioned below and satisfy themselves about their eligibility in terms of age limit, essential qualifications, etc. for the post before applying. Candidates fulfilling eligibility criteria as mentioned below may apply ONLINE through MHA’s website (www.mha.gov.in) or NCS Portal (www.ncs.gov.in) only.
Name of post :- Security Assistant/Executive
No. of Posts 1054 Posts
Classification General Central Service, :- (Group ‘C’) Non-Gazetted, Non-Ministerial
Pay scale :- Rs. 5200-20200 with Grade Pay of Rs. 2000 (PB-1) plus
admissible Central Govt. allowances. [Under revision asper the recommendations of 7th C.P.C.]
Qualification/ Eligibility Conditions
(i) Matriculation (10th class pass) or equivalent from a recognized Board of Education, and (ii) Knowledge of any one of the local language/dialect mentioned in Table ‘A’ above against each SIB/Centre of examination.
Desirable Field experience in Intelligence work.
Age limit :- Not exceeding 27* years * relaxable AS PER RULES, PLEASE SEE DETAILED ADVT.
Commencement of online applications :- 20th October, 2018
Last Date of receiving online applications :- 10th November, 2018 [2359 hrs]
Last Date of depositing fee :- 13th November, 2018 [till closing of banking hours]
Downloading of Admit card :- Will be intimated in due course.
Date of Tier-I Examination :- Will be intimated in due course.
Date of Tier-II Examination :- Will be intimated in due course.
Date of Interviews :- Will be intimated in due course.
Date of Final result :- Will be intimated in due course.
5. SELECTION OF CANDIDATES:
a) The candidate has to appear in Tier-I at one of the test centres mentioned in Table ‘A’. There will be negative marking of 1?4 mark for each wrong answer. No marks would be awarded for an un-attempted question.
b) On the basis of their performance in Tier-I exam, candidates would be shortlisted for Tier-II & Tier-III exam at 10 times the number of vacancies.
c) In order to achieve qualitative selection & recruit the best available talent, there would be cut-off marks (out of 100) in Tier-I exam as under:
UR-35, OBC-34 & SC/ST-33 (all Ex-servicemen would be treated in their own category viz., UR/OBC/SC/ST)
d) However cut-off for Tier-II & Tier-III exam in different categories may go higher depending upon the marks obtained by candidates and number of
vacancies. Similarly, the criteria of 10 times the number of vacancies may also remain restricted due to said cut-off in Tier-I.
e) All candidates appearing in Tier-II exam would be provisionally admitted in Tier-III exam, i.e. interview/personality test.
f) Tier-II examination will be of qualifying nature. Candidates would be required to obtain minimum 20/50 marks so that their marks in Tier-III could be taken into account for preparing final merit list on the basis of combined performance in Tier-I & Tier-III exam. The cut-off in Tier-II is same for candidates of all categories. There is no cut-off for Tier-III exam.
g) The final selection would be further subject to successful completion of Character & Antecedent verification followed by medical examination,etc.
h) The date, time & centre of Tier-II & Tier-III would be intimated to the successful candidates through E-mail given by them in online application.
i) Tier-II & Tier-III exams may or may not be conducted at all 34 centres mentioned in Table ‘A’. The department reserves the right to conduct Tier-II & Tier-III at a centre by clubbing the candidates of nearby centres.
j) The candidates would be required to adhere to the instructions contained in admit card/call letter of Tier-I, Tier-II & Tier-III exam relating to entry/exit, conduct inside the venue, frisking, etc failing which their candidature would be cancelled.
6. Resolution of tie cases: In the event of tie in combined scores of candidates in the Tier-I and Tier-III, such cases will be resolved by applying following criteria, one after another, till the tie is resolved:
a. Total marks in Tier-I and Tier-III
b. Marks in Tier-I
c. Marks in Tier-III
d. Date of birth, with older candidates placed higher.
e. Alphabetical order of names (starting with first name)
7. HOW TO APPLY:
a) Applications should be submitted online through MHA’s website
(www.mha.gov.in) or NCS portal (www.ncs.gov.in) only. Applications will NOT be accepted through any other mode.
b) The application portal will be operational from 20.10.2018 to 10.11.2018 till 2359 hours. Registration done, prior to 20.10.2018 and after 10.11.2018, will not be accepted.
c) Wrong information in any column may lead to the application getting rejected altogether.
d) Candidates are advised to register well in time, since the application portal witnesses a surge in number of application during the run up to the
closing date. The closing date for receipt of online application will not be extended under any circumstances.
e) The online application is divided into two parts: Part-I relates to the personal, academic & other particulars of the candidate while Part-II
relates to the payment of exam fee, if applicable.
f) The candidates are required to upload their photograph & signature at the time of online registration (in a single file, the size of which should
not be more than 50 KB). Instructions for uploading the single file containing photograph and signature are available on the online
application portal in FAQs.
g) Candidates may ensure that the signature uploaded by them are visible since they (candidates) would be required to append signature on admit
cards & attendance sheets during subsequent stages of examination & any variation in signature could render them ineligible.
h) Candidates are advised to submit only one application. Submission of multiple applications may result in cancellation of applications altogether.
i) Before submitting the online application, the candidates MUST preview the application to ensure that they have provided correct information,
particularly the email id & uploaded correct photograph & signature. It must also be ensured that the photograph & signature are visible & not hazy/blurred, otherwise the photograph & signature should be uploaded again or the page should be reloaded or refreshed. The online application should be submitted only after ensuring that the
information/photograph/signature is correct.
j) The candidate should note down and retain ‘Registration-ID’ & ‘Password’ provided to them while making registration which would be
required later. They should also note down their roll number (as and when allotted) for future reference. Candidate should take printout of the
registration slip/application form for future reference. This printout is NOT required to be submitted to this office at any stage.
k) Candidates are required to possess a valid e-mail ID and provide during the registration process. The admit cards/call letters for the Tier-I, Tier-II
& Tier-III exam & other relevant information would be sent to the candidate on this e-mail ID only.
l) The registration becomes complete only after the photograph & signature are uploaded by the candidate.
m) Candidates are advised to ensure that e-mail addresses ending with @nic.in /gov.in are directed to their inbox & not to spam folder or any
other folder. They may also check the spam folder for mails sent from the helpdesk e-mail i.e. firstname.lastname@example.org from time to time.
n) The candidates should take printout of the Challan Form, if required.
o) The candidates must also furnish one mobile number for receiving SMS alerts related to the exam.
p) This office will not be responsible for bouncing of any e-mail or malfunctioning/change of the mobile phone number of the candidate.
q) Candidates are also advised in their own interest to keep checking their email (inbox as well as spam folder) and the website of MHA from time to
time for updates related to the recruitment process.
r) Candidates are requested to make sufficient number of passport size coloured photographs (identical to the one uploaded) and carry identity
proof in original such as Voter Card, Driving License, Aadhar Card, PAN Card, Identity Card issued by University/College etc. to the examination
centre, failing which they shall not be allowed to appear for the examination. The photographs would be required at subsequent stages
of recruitment process and pasting/providing a photograph different from the one uploaded may result in cancellation of candidature.
8. EXAMINATION FEE: ? 50/- (Rupees Fifty Only). Only male candidates belonging to General and OBC category are required to pay the fee. All
SC/ST, Ex-servicemen* & female candidates are exempted from payment of examination fee.
CANDIDATES ARE ADVISED TO APPLY THROUGH MHA’s WEBSITE
(WWW.MHA.GOV.IN) or NCS PORTAL (WWW.NCS.GOV.IN) only.