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Intelligence Bureau (IB) ACIO Result 2018 announced at

Intelligence Bureau (IB) ACIO Result 2018 announced at
Written by Abhishek Lohia

Intelligence Bureau (IB) ACIO Result 2018 has been announced today June 26, 2018. It is the Final Result of ACIO-II/Exe exam 2017, conducted by Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA). The result has been declared on the official website For IB ACIO, Interview had conducted from 28th May to 19th June 2018. Numerous candidates had appeared in Assistant Central Intelligence Officer (Grade-II/Executive) exam to get chosen in Indian Bureau department. By clicking on the link Candidates can check their IB ACIO Final Result 2018 by using their roll number and name. To check Intelligence Bureau officer Recruitment 2018 result, applicants will have to follow these steps. To check the MHA Intelligence Bureau result, you will have to use your roll number and name.

How to Check IB ACIO Result 2018?

  • Candidates have to visit the official website
  • Go to the Result section
  • Click on the “IB ACIO Final Result 2017 section”
  • Enter your Roll number and other mandatory details
  • You will see your result here
  • Download and Save the result for your future reference
  • For further reference, you can also take a print out of the result
IB Recruitment Updates  Dates
IB ACIO 2017 Tier-I Written Examination Date 15th October 2017
IB ACIO Tier-I Result Declaration Date 19th January 2018
Download Admit Card for IB ACIO Tier-II Exam 2018 Feb 2018
IB ACIO 2018 Tier-II Written Examination Date 25th Feb 2018
IB ACIO Tier-II Result Declaration Date May 2018
Interview Date 28th May to 19th June
Final Result 26th June 2018

Only 1430 applicants would have been shortlisted after this result because only 1430 vacancies are available. If you have any other queries related to IB ACIO Final Result 2018, then you may leave your comment here or you can download Newsfolo App for more updates related to Education and Job.

Note: IB Examination selection process is completed in three phases. In phase I, Tier-I Exam is followed, while the same procedure is followed in Phase II Round. In Phase III Candidate have to face an Interview round to crack this exam.

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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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