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Intelligence Officer Vacancies are announced at NCB

Job details:

NCB New Delhi (Narcotics Control Bureau) Recruitment 2014 has been announced for 37 Vacancies for the posts of Intelligence Officer. Candidates who are willing to work at NCB apply for these Government Jobs in 2014.

Name of Post:

Intelligence Officer Post is available at Government Agency i.e. NCB.

No of Posts:

37 Posts are available for Government Recruitment 2014 at NCB.

Job Location:

These Government Vacancies of NCB are announced at Delhi, Jammu, Chandigarh, Jodhpur, Lucknow, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Indore, Patna, Guwahati, Dehradun, Mandl, Ajmer, Goa, Mandsaur, Madurai, Bhubaneswar, Ranchi.

Required Qualification:

Candidates must hold Bachelor’s degree or equivalent & should have 3 years experience in enforcement of regulatory laws & collection in intelligence thereto.

Pay Scale:

Selected candidates will be offered PB -2 Rs. 9300-34800/- GP 4600/-.

Age limit:

Candidates must be of age upto 56 years for these jobs in NCB.

Process of selection:

Candidates will be selected on the basis of their performance in interview. So grab this opportunity to be a part of NCB & get the Government jobs for 2014.

How to apply:

Those candidates who are interested may apply by sending the duly filled application along with all relevant documents at the address given in the official notification.

Date:

Application must reach within 60 days of the date of publishing of this advertisement. (i.e. 5th November 2014).

Download official notification & application form here.

Visit official website here:

www.narcoticsindia.nic.in

NCB Profile:

Narcotics Control Bureau Recruitment 2014

The Narcotics Control Bureau is the chief intelligence agency of India for law enforcement. It is responsible for fighting drug trafficking and the abuse of illegal substances. It was established on 17 March 1986. It provides resources and training to the personnel of India’s law enforcement agencies in fighting drug trafficking. It also monitors India’s frontiers to track down points where smuggling activities take place with foreign traffickers.

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