Can IB officer join raw?

Can IB officer join raw?

Candidates who have completed their Graduation Degree in any Stream can Join RAW, CBI, IB in India. But there is no direct recruitment for the candidates to Join the Security Agencies in India.

How do you get selected on Raw?

To become a RAW agent, candidates have to take the ‘Group A’ Civil Services exam under the Central Staffing Scheme. They have to clear all the stages of the Civil Service examination and the qualified candidates are allowed to write the RAW test.

What is the salary of a RAW agent?

The RAW Agent’s salary is somewhat between INR 80,000 to INR 1.3 lakhs per month. The officials also get two months of extra pay each financial year. They also get a special security allowance and foreign service allowance which changes from assignment to assignment.

Is the National Aptitude Test ( NAT ) a valid test?

The system facilitates itself as a Common Entrance Test for Institutions which wish to admit them on the basis of this exam. NAT is a valid, objective, transparent, and secure testing system conducted in the paper-pencil format each year for different Higher Education Institutions.

How are aptitude, achievement and intelligence scores calculated?

Staff added the percentile scores for WK and PC to get an aggregate Verbal score (V) for which an aggregated intra-group, internally normed, percentile was then computed. NLS Program staff then added the percentile scores for MK, AR and two times the aggregated percentile for V.

What is the National Aptitude Test in architecture?

What is NATA? The National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) measures the aptitude of the applicant for specific field of study, i.e. Architecture.

How to join India’s intelligence agency RAW?

Step 1: Most of those who are recruited in RAW are chosen from the civil services and armed forces. Step 2: You cannot apply to a position in RAW, you will be recruited from the armed or civil cervices, so you need to build a strong career. RAW agents can also be selected directly from their universities.