The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) will be soon releasing the results of Assistant Central Intelligence Officer (ACIO) 2017 grade-II/executive tier 1 which was conducted for recruiting Assistant Central Intelligence officers, which is a Grade - II, Group - C (non-gazetted, non-ministerial), executive post with the Intelligence Bureau. The results will be declared on the official website.
The examination was conducted on October 15, 2017.Meanwhile, the ministry has released an official notice regarding printing errors in the question paper.
The official notification says, "All those who had appeared for the exam are informed that due to printing errors in options of question nos. 2, 24, 25 and 78, these questions will not be evaluated and the candidates will be shortlisted for next level on the basis of their performance on remaining questions only."
Examination pattern for ACIO:
- There will be negative marking of one-fourth mark for each wrong answer in Tier-I.
- No marks would be awarded for an unattempted question.
- Only those candidates would be called for Tier-II exam who come up to a certain standard in Tier- I. For Tier-II examination, there will be a minimum cut off marks of 33 percent.
- On the basis of their combined performance in Tier-I and Tier-II, the candidates would be shortlisted for the interview.
Pay scale for ACIO:
- The selected candidates will receive a monthly salary of Rs 9,300 to Rs 34,800, along with a grade pay of Rs 4,200.
How to check IB ACIO Tier 1 result 2017?
- Go to the official website.
- Click on the relevant link.
- Enter all the required details in the prescribed format.
- Click to submit.
- Results will be displayed on the computer screen.
- Download and take a print-out of the same for future use.
About Intelligence Bureau:
The Intelligence Bureau (IB) is India's internal intelligence agency. Shrouded in secrecy, the IB is used to garner intelligence from within India and also execute counter-intelligence and counter-terrorism tasks. The Bureau comprises employees from law enforcement agencies, mostly from the Indian Police Service (IPS) or the Indian Revenue Service (IRS) and the military.