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IB Security Assistant Exam Pattern


IB Security Assistant Exam Pattern

Every year IB conducts recruitment for the post Security Assistant, the most paramount and prestigious job to start your career. The entire recruitment process involves an online examination from a centre as allotted by IB. All stages of the examination are mandatory. IB Security Assistant exam will held in three Stages:-

Phase I On-Line Examination:

Stream

Paper

Marks

Duration

Tier I

Written Exam of Objective type MCQs,
divided into 4 parts containing questions
of 1 marks each on:
a) General Awareness (40 questions)
b) Quantitative aptitude (20 questions)
c) Logical/analytical ability (20 questions)
d) English language (20 questions)

100

2 hours

Tier II

Descriptive type:
a) Translation of a passage of 500 words
from local language/dialect to English and
vice versa.

40

1 hour

b) Spoken ability (to be assessed at the
time of Tier-III exam (Interview/
Personality test)

10

-

Tier III

Interview/Personality test

50

-

  

SELECTION OF CANDIDATES:

a) The candidate has to appear in Tier-I at one of the test centres mentioned in Table ‘A’. There will be negative marking of ¼ mark for each wrong answer. No marks would be awarded for an un-attempted question.
b) On the basis of their performance in Tier-I exam, candidates would be shortlisted for Tier-II & Tier-III exam at 10 times the number of vacancies.

c) In order to achieve qualitative selection & recruit the best available talent,there would be cut-off marks (out of 100) in Tier-I exam as under:UR-35, OBC-34 & SC/ST-33 (all Ex-servicemen would be treated in their own category viz., UR/OBC/SC/ST)

d) However cut-off for Tier-II & Tier-III exam in different categories may go higher depending upon the marks obtained by candidates and number of vacancies. Similarly, the criteria of 10 times the number of vacancies may also remain restricted due to said cut-off in Tier-I.

e) All candidates appearing in Tier-II exam would be provisionally admitted in Tier-III exam, i.e. interview/personality test.

f) Tier-II examination will be of qualifying nature. Candidates would be required to obtain minimum 20/50 marks so that their marks in Tier-III could be taken into account for preparing final merit list on the basis of combined performance in Tier-I & Tier-III exam. The cut-off in Tier-II is same for candidates of all categories. There is no cut-off for Tier-III exam.

g) The final selection would be further subject to successful completion of Character & Antecedent verification followed by medical examination, etc.

h) The date, time & centre of Tier-II & Tier-III would be intimated to the successful candidates through E-mail given by them in online application.

i) Tier-II & Tier-III exams may or may not be conducted at all 34 centres mentioned in Table ‘A’. The department reserves the right to conduct Tier-II & Tier-III at a centre by clubbing the candidates of nearby centres.

j) The candidates would be required to adhere to the instructions contained in admit card/call letter of Tier-I, Tier-II & Tier-III exam relating to entry/exit, conduct inside the venue, frisking, etc failing which their candidature would be cancelled




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