Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has released a notification to recruit 2000 vacancies for the post of Assistant Central Intelligence Officer Grade-II/ Executive in Intelligence Bureau. The IB is going to conduct the TIER II exam on 25th July 2021 for the candidates who are shortlisted after the Tier I examination held on 18th, 19th & 20th February 2021. The Intelligence Bureau, IB’s under Ministry of Home Affairs has released the official notification inviting the eligible candidates to fill up 2000 vacancies. The exam will be conducted in two phases: Tier-1 and Tier-2. The first phase was a written objective type of exam. The phase 2 exam is descriptive in nature and to pass the Tier 2 exam, candidates are required to score at least 33% marks (as per the rule). Based on Tier 1 and Tier 2 exam performances, candidates will be called for an interview for the final round of selection.
As the exam dates for IB TIER II have been released the candidates must need to prepare the important topics for the descriptive paper. The candidates qualifying the TIER II will be called for the interview. Candidates need to prepare a lot to score well in descriptive writing. Here we are sharing some of the current topics which can be asked in the descriptive exam.
Note: These topics are just samples for the candidates to know what kind of topics can be asked in the descriptive examination. We can not predict the actual pattern of the topics asked in the exam.
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