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Intelligence Bureau Recruitment 2022 Selection Process: IB ACIO/JIO 766 Vacancies, Tenure Of Deputation, Salary & Allowance Details

Intelligence Bureau Recruitment Selection Process 2022: Check IB ACIO/ JIO/ Security Assistant Vacancies, Tenure of Deputation, Salary & Allowance Details for Intelligence Bureau 2022 Recruitment under the Ministry of Home Affairs.

Intelligence Bureau Recruitment Selection Process 2022: Intelligence Bureau (IB), a security agency under the Ministry of Home Affairs, has announced 776 vacancies for the post of Assistant Central Intelligence Officer-I/Executive, ACIO-II/ Executive, JIO-I/ Executive, JIO-II/Executive, Halwai-cum-Cook, Caretaker, and other posts.

Below are the important dates for IB ACIO 2022 Recruitment Process:

IB ACIO 2022 Recruitment

Important Dates

Recruitment Notification Date

Download Notification

22nd June 2022

Online Application Opening Date

22nd June 2022

Online Application Closing Date

19th August 2022 (60 days from the date of publication)

IB 2022 Vacancy Details

The following vacancies in 11 Non-Gazetted ranks (Group B & Group C) in IB/BoI (MHA) are to be filled up on a deputation basis:

Name of Post

No. Of vacancies

Assistant Central Intelligence Officer-I/ Executive (Group-B)

70

Assistant Central Intelligence Officer-II/Executive

350

Junior Intelligence Officer-I/Executive

50

Junior Intelligence Officer-II/Executive

100

Security Assistant/Executive

100

Junior Intelligence Officer-I (Motor Transport)

20

Junior Intelligence Officer-Grade-II (Motor Transport)

35

Security Assistant (Motor Transport)

20

Halwai Cum Cook

09

Caretaker

05

Junior Intelligence Officer-II/Tech

07

Total 

766

IB 2022 Selection Process

The application of willing and eligible officers, who have completed a cooling-off period 3 years since the last deputation, and who have previously not undergone more than 1 deputation, may be forwarded with the following documents so as to reach the Assistant Director/G-3, Intelligence Bureau, Ministry of Home Affairs, 35 S P Marg, Bapu Dham, New Delhi-110021:-

(i) Bio-data (as per Annexure-B) duly filled and signed by the candidate, along with attested copies of relevant educational/training certificates and forwarded through the proper channel;

(ii) Attested copies of the updated ACRs for the last five years;

(iii) Vigilance Clearance and Integrity Certificate, duly signed by cadre controlling authority, including a statement of major/minor penalties, if any, imposed on the officers during the last 10 years.

The selection process for IB ACIO-II/Tech 2022 Post Recruitment will involve Shortlisting candidates through Gate Score & Interview.

IB ACIO 2022 Recruitment Tenure of Deputation, Salary & Allowances

Tenure of Deputation – Minimum tenure of deputation will be 3 or 5 years (depending on RRs of the post applied for), further extendable up to a maximum of 7 years. Tenure of deputation of selected personnel would be governed as per applicable guidelines of DOP&T & MHA, most importantly in terms of DoP&T OM No. AB 14017/71/89-Estt(RR) dt. 3.10.89, No. 6/8/2009-Estt. (Pay-II) Pdt. 17.6.10 and MHA OM no 1/21022/03/2016-Pers-II dtd. 22.11.2016 as amended from time to time. The general terms and conditions for deputation as elaborated above may be read with DoP&T’s guidelines on deputation /absorption.

Salary:

Name of Post

Salary

Assistant Central Intelligence Officer-I/ Executive (Group-B)

Level 8 of the pay matrix Rs. 47,600-1,51,100 as per 7th CPC

Assistant Central Intelligence Officer-II/Executive

Level 7 of the pay matrix (Rs. 44,900-1,42,400)

Junior Intelligence Officer-I/Executive

Level 5 of the pay matrix Rs. 29,200-92,300 as per 7th CPC

Junior Intelligence Officer-II/Executive

Level 4 (Rs. 25,500- 81,100) in the pay matrix as per the 7th CPC

Security Assistant/Executive

Level 3 (Rs.21,700 – 69,100) in the Pay Matrix as per the 7th CPC

Junior Intelligence Officer-I (Motor Transport)

Level 5 of the pay matrix Rs. 25500-81100 as per 7th CPC

Junior Intelligence Officer-Grade-II (Motor Transport)

Level 4 of the pay matrix Rs. 21700-69100 as per 7th CPC

Security Assistant (Motor Transport)

Level 3 of the pay matrix Rs. 21700-69100 as per 7th CPC

Halwai Cum Cook

Level 3 of the pay matrix Rs. 21,700-69,100 as per 7th CPC

Caretaker

Level 5 (Rs. 29200-92300) in the pay matrix as per the 7th CPC

Junior Intelligence Officer-II/Tech

Level 4 of the pay matrix Rs. 25500-81100as per the 7th CPC

Allowances & Perks: Following will be the additional perks that a deputation would be eligible to receive during his/her tenure in IB/BoI:

S. No.

Allowances & Perks

1.

Special Security Allowance @20% of basic pay

2.

1 month’s extra salary (Basic+DA) viz. Cash Compensation in lieu of duties performed on non-working days/ GH (maximum 30 days per annum) for non-gazetted officials

3.

Uniform allowance @ Rs. 10,000/- per annum if posted in BoI (not IB) and one-time Clothing allowance as admissible if posted at high-altitude stations

4.

1-Hometown and 1-all-India LTC package (with dependent family members) in 4 year’s block along with 10 days leave encashment (Basic pay + DA)

5.

Children Education Allowance @Rs. 27,000/- per annum per child, if ward resides in a hostel, Hostel subsidy @Rs. 81,000/- per annum

6.

If posted to hardship locations of the Bureau, additional allowances e.G. Ration money, risk allowance, island allowance, special duty allowance, etc. Are admissible in addition to regular allowances

7.

The scholarship is available to meritorious wards of personnel

Applicants are advised to go through all parameters & satisfy themselves about their suitability in terms of age limit, essential qualifications, etc for the post before applying.

How many Vacancies have been announced under IB 2022 Recruitment Process?

Intelligence Bureau (IB) Has Announced 776 Vacancies For The Post Of Assistant Central Intelligence Officer-I/Executive, ACIO-II/ Executive, JIO-I/ Executive, JIO-II/Executive, Halwai-Cum-Cook, Caretaker, And Other Posts

Q2. What is the IB ACIO 2022 Recruitment Tenure of Deputation?

The minimum tenure of deputation will be 3 or 5 years (depending on RRs of the post applied for), further extendable up to a maximum of 7 years

Q3. What is the IB 2022 Selection Process?

The application of willing and eligible officers, who have completed a cooling-off period 3 years since the last deputation, and who have previously not undergone more than 1 deputation will be shortlisted

IB Recruitment 2022: Apply For 766 Group B, C Posts At Mha.gov.in| Check Salary Here

Intelligence Bureau(IB) Recruitment 2022: Intelligence Bureau(IB) is hiring candidates for Halwai-cum-Cook, Caretaker, Junior Intelligence Officer (JIO), Security Assistant (SA), and other posts. This recruitment drive will fill up 766 vacant posts in the organization. Interested candidates can download the detailed notification through the official site of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) at mha.Gov.In. As per the earlier notification, the last date of receipt of nominations would be 60 days from the date of publication of the advertisement in Employment News. Also, Read – UIDAI Recruitment 2022: Apply for Various Posts Before August 16| Check Eligibility, Other Details Here

“The following vacancies in 11 Non-Gazetted ranks (Group B & Group C) in IB/BoI (MHA) are to be filled up on a deputation basis,” reads the official notification. Also, Read – ITBP Recruitment 2022: Register For 37 Sub Inspector Posts Till August 14| Check Pay Scale, Age Limit Here

IB Recruitment 2022 Important Dates 

  • Last Date of Application: The last date of receipt of nominations would be 60 days from the date of publication of the advertisement in Employment News(September 21 tentative)

Vacancy Details For IB Recruitment 2022

  • ACIO-I/ Exe: 70 posts
  • ACIO-II/ Exe: 350 posts
  • JIO-I/ Exe: 50 posts
  • JIO-II/ Exe: 100 posts
  • SA/ Exe: 100 posts
  • JIO-I/MT: 20 posts
  • JIO-II/MT: 35 posts
  • SA/MT: 20 posts
  • Halwai-cum-Cook: 9 posts
  • Caretaker: 5 posts
  • JIO-II/Tech: 7 posts

Salary For IB Recruitment 2022

  • Assistant Central Intelligence Officer-I/Executive: (level 8 of the pay matrix Rs. 47,600-1,51,100 as per 7th CPC)
  • Assistant Central Intelligence Officer-II/Executive: level 7 of the pay matrix (Rs. 44,900-1,42,400).
  • Junior Intelligence Officer-II/Executive: level 4 (Rs. 25,500- 81,100) in the pay matrix as per 7th CPC
  • Security Assistant/Executive: Level 3 (Rs.21,700 – 69,100) in the Pay Matrix as per 7th CPC.
  • Junior Intelligence Officer-I (Motor Transport): level 5 of the pay matrix Rs. 25500-81100 as per 7th CPC (Rs. 5200-20200 with grade pay of Rs. 2800 as per pre-revised scales of 6th CPC)

Eligibility Criteria For IB Recruitment 2022

  • Assistant Central Intelligence Officer-I/Executive: Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized university or equivalent; and two years experience in security or intelligence work.
  • Assistant Central Intelligence Officer-II/Executive: Graduation from a recognized university or equivalent; and two years experience in security or intelligence work. For more details about the educational qualification and age limit, candidates  are advised to go through the official notification shared below:

How to Apply For For IB Recruitment 2022?

The application of willing and eligible officers, who have completed a cooling-off period 3 years since the last deputation, and who have previously not undergone more than 1 deputation, may be forwarded with the following documents so as to reach the Assistant Director/G-3, Intelligence Bureau, Ministry of Home Affairs, 35 SP Marg, Bapu Dham, New Delhi-110021. Also Read – UPSC, SSC, NABARD, Railway Recruitment: List of Top Govt Jobs For Candidates To Apply For This Week

As Covid Waned, 8 Of Top 10 Firms Hired Over 3 Lakh

Eight of the top 10 private companies by market capitalization took their foot off the brake pedal and stepped up hiring during 2021-22 compared with the Covid year 2020-21, with net additions of over 3 lakhs to their human resource. Amongst sectors, the year witnessed maximum hiring in services — particularly retail, IT services, and banking — as companies tapped into Tier-2, Tier-3, and Tier-4 cities for manpower.

An analysis of annual reports of top listed companies by The Indian Express showed that during the Covid year 2020-21, the top 10 corporations reported net hiring of just over 1 lakh, slowing down and in some cases, even cutting down on their human resource investment. Net hiring numbers factor in the number of people that may have left their company.

Among the companies, Reliance Industries Ltd saw the most net addition of employees with 1.07 lakh in 2021-22, compared with 40,716 in the previous financial year, with a bulk of the hiring outside of its core petrochemicals business. The largest chunk of its hiring was in its retail vertical, followed by the telecom and tech vertical Jio. It hired the least numbers in its mainstay oil, gas, and petrochemical vertical – 1,843 during the year.

The retail division of Reliance Industries hired 1.69 lakh people. The vertical also employs the highest percentage of non-supervisory, or entry-level jobs, within the company at 73.7 percent. “Retail employs a young staff, typically in the twenties. With the reopening of the economy, multiple opportunities opened up for young employees, enabling them to explore new sectors and workforce models,” the company said in its annual report for 2021-22. “Additionally, Reliance Retail is committed to providing employment opportunities across India with a special focus on Tier 2, 3, and 4 towns over and above the metro cities,” it said.

Reliance’s next competitor in retail — Avenue Supermarts — recruited 5,045 people in 2021-22, compared with a net reduction of 1,364 people in the previous year. Tata Group’s Titan Company also marginally increased headcount in the year ended March 31, 2022, having witnessed a net reduction in 2020-21.

The information technology and software services sector, which is the biggest organized segment employer in the country, also saw an acceleration in net hiring as it braced for the attrition crisis caused by a surge in the number of new job openings in the sector. India’s largest software company Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) reported net hiring of 1.04 lakh during 2021-22, compared with 40,185 in 2020-21. Infosys, the second biggest IT company by market capitalization, saw a net addition of 54,396 in the year ended March 31, 2022, compared with 17,248 in 2020-21.

In the TCS annual report, the company’s Chief Human Resources Officer Milind Lakkad noted: “…it has been a challenging year for employers all over the world. In our industry, it wasn’t as much due to the Great Resignation, as a churn within the industry. Peers who had not anticipated the sharp demand recovery scrambled to fulfill it by poaching at scale from other companies. That triggered a cycle of hiring and counter-hiring of each other’s employees, sending attrition rates shooting across the industry”.

“This massive infusion of fresh talent by us, as well as by others in the industry, should start easing the problem in FY 2023. There are some early signs of this. Our attrition is plateauing on a quarterly annualized basis. LTM (last 12 months) attrition will likely rise further in the first half of FY 2023 and after that, it should start tapering,” he said.

Banking and financial services in the private sector also saw a step up in hiring with companies such as HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Bajaj Finance, and HDFC Ltd reporting net additions. HDFC Bank recruited 21,486 people in 2021-22 on a net basis (making up for a sixth of its headcount), compared with 3,122 in 2020-21. Its private sector rival ICICI Bank hired 7,094 in the last financial year, compared to a net reduction of 389 people in 2020-21. Bajaj Finance also saw a jump in its HR strength with net additions of 6,879 people, against 1,577 in 2020-21.

Among the top 10 private sector listed companies, FMCG giant Hindustan Unilever witnessed flat hiring growth maintaining its total headcount to around 21,000 people for the last three financial years. Adani Transmission Ltd completed the top 10 tallies being the only company in the list to have seen its headcount reduce to 11,178 as of March 31 this year, from 11,922 a year ago, and 12,305 as of March 31, 2020.

Among other sectors to have reversed the Covid trend are airlines, represented by India’s largest carrier IndiGo. Its parent company InterGlobe Aviation saw net additions of 2,453 people in 2021-22, compared with a net reduction of 4,101 people in 2020-21. Similarly, India’s biggest carmaker Maruti Suzuki added 1,004 people on a net basis in 2021-22, against a net reduction of 690 people in 2020-21.  Its rival Tata Motors, however, proved to be an exception, making only 1,514 net additions in 2021-22, and over 8,240 net additions in 2020-21.

Similarly, engineering and construction company Larsen & Toubro also added only 1,160 people on a net basis last financial year, compared to 3,640 net additions in 2020-21.

Looking ahead, corporates are expected to boost their recruitment plans. As per an employment outlook report by TeamLease, Indian companies’ intent to hire has gradually increased to 61 percent for the ongoing July-September quarter, from 34 percent in the April-June quarter of 2021-22.

“Across geographical locations, Tier-2 cities exhibit the highest increase in the Intent to Hire this quarter from the previous, although this increase is marginally higher compared to that for Metro & Tier-1 cities,” TeamLease said in its report.

“Engineering and marketing roles show a dramatic increase in Hiring Intent for the forthcoming quarter. The Hiring Intent for Engineering roles sees a staggering 13 percent increase to 70 percent. And Hiring Intent rises by a substantial 10 percent for Marketing roles, to 63 percent. Sales and Information Technology (IT) see an increase in Hiring Intent by 8 percent apiece, to touch 90 percent and 83 percent, respectively, for the forthcoming quarter. Blue Collar job roles show a significant 7 percent rise, from 50 percent during the previous term, to 57 percent for the forthcoming quarter,” the recruitment agency said.

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