MHA Junior Intelligence Officer (JIO) admit card released; exam on Oct 16

MHA JIO admit card 2016: Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), Government of India had last month notified the recruitment process for filling Junior Intelligence Officer Grade-II posts in Intelligence Bureau under the ministry. There are total 320 posts on offer through the current recruitment process. The written exam would be conducted on October 16 and hence the ministry has released the admit cards for all the applicants.

The online registrations for JIO-II Technical posts were submitted from September 3 to 24. All the candidates are required to appear for a written exam which is going to be held on Sunday. The written exam would consist of two papers of total 160 marks. Both the papers would carry a weightage of 80 marks, while the candidates would be given total 2 hours to solve both the papers.

Paper-I would contain objective type questions and Paper-II would be descriptive type based on matric level. Paper-I would contain questions on General Studies, General Awareness, Numerical Ability, Science, Reasoning, etc. Paper-II would be divided in three sections : English Comprehension; Test of English Language, antonyms, synonyms, one-word substitution, etc and Test of elementary mathematics and Science.

The written exam would be conducted on October 16 and all the candidates are required to carry their respective admit card which they can download from the official web portal. The test would be organised at several test centres across 33 cities and the exact location of the test venue would be available on the admit card.

As per the selection process, the candidates would have to appear for the written exam, followed by a trade test. The date for written exam has been fixed, while the date, time and place of trade test would be notified to the successful candidates at their registered email IDs later. The trade test would be of 40 marks.

While the candidates would solve both the papers on the exam day, the paper-II of only those candidates would be evaluated who score enough marks in paper-I. However, the shortlisting of candidates for trade test would be based on the combined performance in paper-I & II. The final selection would be on the basis of written test and trade test, to be followed by character / background verification and medical examination.

The candidates can download MHA admit card from the online application portal or click here.

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