IB ACIO 2023 Mains Date Announced

IB ACIO 2023 Mains Date Announcement is what students wait for a long time. The prelims exam will be conducted in February 2024. Since then, the result of the exam has been announced. The Intelligence Bureau has released a list in which the roll number of students who clear the prelims exam is listed. The cut-off of the exam is very low due to the tough paper. Intelligence Beuro is India’s leading agency for internal issue intelligence gathering. In India, RAW is an agency which covers all intelligence input from other countries. The agency is directly operated under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Defence.

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The role of the agency is different if something is related to terror activity then the National Investigation Agency works on it. It is directly under control of National Security Agency and it will cooperated with state police too. The NIA is formed after the 26/11 terror attack in Mumbai. The main works is to have an eye on all the suspected activity related to terror. The government have last recruited candidates for the intelligence bureau to do official confidential data work and ground operations for collecting information. The main work of IB is to provides intelligence input to keep the country from anarchy.

IB ACIO 2023 Mains Date

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IB ACIO 2023 Mains Date -Important Date

  1. Starting of online application form – 25 November 2023
  2. Last date of online application form – 15 December 2023
  3. Online IB ACIO 2023 tier 1 exam date – 15 Feb 2024
  4. IB ACIO 2023 mains/ Written Exam Date – To be announced yet
  5. IB ACIO 2023 Interview Date – To be announced yet

IB ACIO 2023 Mains / Written Exam Syllabus –

Essay Writing (1 hour)30
English Comprehension & Précis Writing20
There is no fixed syllabus for IB ACIO as mentioned in the notification but based on our experience we provide you with chapters which you need to read before the exam. This includes Internal Security, left-wing extremism, Insurgency in Kashmir and northeast state etc.
Internal Security1.1 Internal and External Security
1.2 Major and Minor Challenges to Internal Security
1.3 Factors Responsible for Internal Security
1.4 Internal and External Security Doctrine
Terrorism—Role of External State2.1 Classification of Terrorism
2.2 Categorisation of Terrorism in India
2.3 Growth of Hinterland Terrorism
2.4 Attempts to Revive Khalistan Movement
2.5 Reasons for Spread of Terrorism
2.6 Analysing the Level of Preparedness Against Terrorism
2.7 What is the Difference Between Terrorism, Insurgency and Naxalism?
Jammu and Kashmir Militancy3.1 Historical Background
3.2 Kashmir Militancy—Low-Intensity War or Proxy War by ISI and China Intelligence Agency
3.3 Pulwama -A Paradigm Shift in Strategy Against Terrorism
3.4 Government of India’s Development-Oriented Programmes in Kashmir
Insurgency in the North-East4.1 Historical Background of the North-East States
4.2 State-Wise timeline
4.3 Factors Responsible for Insurgency in the North-East
4.4 Government’s Response to North-East Extremism
4.5 Act East Policy or Look East Policy
4.6 North-East Insurgents and their Foreign Links
4.7 Counter-Terrorism—Steps Being Taken
Left-Wing Extremism5.1 What is Left-Wing Extremism
5.2 Evolution of Naxalism in India
5.3 Party Structure or Beuro
5.4 Objectives and Modus Operandi of the Naxalites
5.5 Links with Other Terrorist Organisations and Foreign Countries
5.6 Naxalites are not the Messiahs of the Downtrodden
5.7 Factors Responsible for the Rise of Naxalism
5.8 Fight Against Naxalism
5.9 The Way Forward
Linkages between Development and Spread of Extremism6.1 Major Components of Development
6.2 Factors Responsible for Spread of Extremism
6.3 Positive Impact of Socio-Economic Development on Reducing Extremism
6.4 Constitutional and Legal Safeguards for Tribal Population
Linkages Between Development and Spread of Extremism7.1 Secularism—Indian Context
7.2 Historical Background<
7.3 Factors Responsible for Communal Riots
7.4 The Way Forward
Organised Crime8.1 What is the Meaning of ‘Organised Crime’?
8.2 What is Transnational Organised Crime?
8.3 The Future of the Link Between Terrorism and Organised Crime
8.4 UN Convention Against Transnational Organised Crime
8.5 Money Laundering
8.6 Black Money
Chapter 9: Cyber Security and Role of Social Media9.1 What is Cyber Security?
9.2 Cyber Threats
9.3 Snowden Revelations
9.4 Threat to India’s Cyber Space
9.5 Steps Taken by the Government of India
9.6 Legal Framework
9.7 International Cooperation in Cyber Security
Security Challenges in Border Areas11.1 Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs)
11.2 Central Paramilitary Forces (CPMFs)
11.3 Security Agencies and Their Mandates
11.4 Probable Questions Based on this Chapter
Security Forces and their Mandate11.1 Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs)
11.2 Central Paramilitary Forces (CPMFs)
11.3 Security Agencies and their Mandates
11.4 Probable Questions Based on this Chapter
Disaster Management12.1 Definition of Disaster
12.2 Types of Disasters
12.3 Phases of Disaster Management
12.4 Disaster Response in India
12.5 Institutional Framework
12.6 National Disaster Management Plan
The Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958 Act 28 of 1958, September 11, 1958The Act
Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act, 1999 (Maharashtra Act No. 30 of 1999) The ActThe Act
National Investigation Agency Act, 2008The Act
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