The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) will be conducting an All India level test to recruit 1054 eligible candidates for the post of IB Security Assistant.
IB Security Assistant Exam Pattern
The Selection Procedure of MHA will comprise three TiersThe essentials involved in these rounds.
- 1. Tier I (Written Exam)
- 2. Tier II ( Language Test)
- 3. Tier III (Interview/ Personality Test)
- Each question will carry 1 mark.There will be a negative marking 0f 0.25 marks for every wrong answer.The total time duration will be 2 Hours
- Tier II Qualifying Marks: 20
The Tier I exam will contain a Written Exam of Objective type MCQs, divided into 4 parts containing questions of 1 marks each. There will be a negative marking of 0.25 marks for every wrong answer marked by the candidate.
|Section||No: of question||Marks|
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.
|1||Translation of a passage of 500 words from Local Language to English
Translation of a passage of 500 words from English to Local Language
|2||Spoken ability (to be assessed at the time of Tier-III exam (Interview/ Personality test) (Will be tested at the time of Interview)||10|
Indian Polity & Constitution
Economy & Finance
Science & Technology
Current Affairs (5-6 months)
Distance direction test
Logical Venn diagram
Paper cutting & folding
Figure formation & Analysis
Cube & Dice
Counting of figures
LCM & HCF
Problem on Ages
Profit loss & Discount
CI & SI
Speed, Distance & Time
Boat & Stream
Mixture & Allegation
Time & Work
Time work & wages
Pipes & Cistern
Standard Trigonometry Identities
Heights and Distances (Basic)
Bar diagram & Pie chart
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Active & Passive Voice
Synonyms & Antonyms
Idiom & Phrase
The minimum educational qualification required is Class X "What is the Job Profile of IB Security Assistant Post?"
|Name of post||Security Assistant/Executive at Intelligence Bureau.|
|Classification||General Central Service, (Group ‘C’) Non-Gazetted, Non-Ministerial|
IB Security Assistant Salary Pay scale - Rs. 5200-20200 with Grade Pay of Rs. 2000 (PB-1) plus admissible Central Govt. allowances. [Under revision as per the recommendations of 7th C.P.C. The Basic Pay is Rs. 21,700. Along with the basic pay, IB Security Assistant also gets TA, DA, HRA, SCA, SDA etc allowances.
In this job, you get around 13 months of salary a year.
IB Security Assistant Job Profile
The Security Assistant is supposed to be working in the field area. It's a rare case that a security assistant is assigned to do a desk job. You should have good connections with the locals to gather information. There is an immense role of local dialects to protrude. No extra income in this job. What you get is your salary only.
The Security Assistant remains in a shadow and is not supposed to come into the light. He/ She has to interact with locals to gather information by disguising his identity/ Post. This is one of the several difficult protocols every SA has to follow. IB Security Assistant is sometimes not even allowed to share the address/ center of his Job Training. IB SA can be transferred anywhere in India. So, be ready to survive in remote areas including the border areas. Taking an example, if you get posted in North East, the Field Headquarters (Shillong) will command the Authorities to allocate new entrants into various stations as per its need and convenience. However, the sole power of exercising duties is in the hands of New Delhi HQ. The work increases when some high level leaders are about to visit your region. At this time, this job becomes very hectic. You have to gather all the information through locals regarding any unforeseen circumstances that may occur during the visit. You will be also in contact with the local Police. Sometimes, you will have to work a whole day and night. In this job, you will get 13 months salary.
The hard station’s allowances are given to certain areas which sum up to 30k almost.
The promotion depends upon the zone of your posting. So, there might be some ups & downs in career growth. The other factor is the seat availability and vacancy. Besides, you will be eligible to appear for departmental examinations after 3 years of your continuous service. Regular promotion is a little bit slow in this department in comparison to that in other departments.
Further, the MACP scheme is also applicable as per the government policy.
As mentioned in the official notification, this job is temporary in nature. However, you will become a permanent employee of GOI after successful completion of your training.
Initially, you will be recruited as a temporary employee and the period of probation is 2 years from the date of your joining. Overall, there is a little social respect in your ambit.
You cannot tell everyone that you are serving Indian Royal Institution as maintaining secrecy is the base of this department. All the aspirants who like adventure, field work and wish to join a reputed Institute like IB should not let this opportunity pass