Intelligence Bureau ACIO Selection Process 2022 is divided mainly into three phases:
- IB ACIO Tier 1 Exam: CBT
- IB ACIO Tier 2 Exam: Descriptive Paper
- IB ACIO Interview
We have provided you with the IB ACIO selection process for tier 1, tier 2, and tier 3 here in detail.
Phase I: IB ACIO Tier I Exam Selection Process
The candidates have to appear for the Tier I exam which is a written exam of a total of 100 marks. There is a negative marking of ¼ marks for each wrong answer, no marks would be awarded for unattempted questions. There will be a minimum cut-off mark of 33%, those who will clear the Tier I exam will be called for the tier 2 exam.
Get an idea of the MHA IB ACIO Tier I Exam Pattern below:
Number of Question
Reasoning/ Logical Ability
Phase II: IB ACIO Tier 2 Exam Selection Procedure
Only the candidates who qualify for the IB ACIO Tier-I exam will be able to appear in the Tier-II examination. Details regarding the Tier-II exam are listed below
- The Tier 2 exam will be descriptive in nature, where candidates will be asked to write an essay (30 marks) and do English Comprehension or Precis Writing ( 20 marks).
- In this part, questions are asked to test the candidate's English writing skills and analytical capability.
The Tier 2 exam details like Date, Time & Center will be informed to the registered email address provided by the candidates who will successfully pass the Tier I exam. The minimum Cut-off for the IB ACIO Tier 2 Exam is 33% marks. Candidates have to secure at least 33% marks in IB ACIO Tier II Exam. The candidates may refer to the given below table for further information:
Number of Questions
Essay (30 Marks)
English Comprehension or Precis Writing (20 Marks)
Phase III: IB ACIO Interview Selection
Based on Tier 1 and Tier 2 exam performances, candidates will be called for an interview for the final round of selection. The IB ACIO Interview comprises 100 marks. The candidates would be shortlisted for final selection subject to the successful completion of their Character and Antecedent verification followed by medical examination.