Wednesday, March 9, 2016

CBI ( Central Bureau of Investigation ) – Recruitment 2016 - Apply on prescribed Performa for 87 posts of Inspector

CBI ( Central Bureau of Investigation ) – Recruitment 2016  - Apply on prescribed Performa for  87 posts of Inspector

CBI ( Central Bureau of Investigation ) – Recruitment 2016  - CBI has announced  87 posts of Inspector ( On Contractual Basis ). Apply on given format of application before 6th April 2016 .  

Total Posts :- 87 

Post Name :-  Inspector

Educational Qualification :-
Candidate must be graduate from a recognize university.

 Note : Candidate have no right to claim for regularization after completion of one year.
 Post Detail :-  Number of vacancies are tentative and are subject to change .

How to Apply : - Download application from www.cbi.gov.in . After carefully filling the form send it to respective zonal address .  

Important dates to Remember : -

Last date --------------------------- 06/04/2016  

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1 comment:

  1. “ Kaun Banega Director CBI “
    The present Director, CBI retires in Nov , 2016 . Search for new incumbent , is underway.

    Recall the unsavoury experiences involving two former Directors of the premier investigative agency. Both ran into rough weather due to their alleged proximity to a controversial meat exporter. Both IPS officers ( 1974 batch )were appointees of UPA , based on “pick-and-choose , arbitrary and discretionary approach”. Richly rewarded despite their clouded credentials. One was even re-employed as Member UPSC to select civil servants ?
    It was a national “ Kalank ”.

    If we don’ t learn from history, we are doomed to repeat it? Due diligence is thus the hallmark of fair selection. The ruling political dispensation should keep this in view while making sensitive appointments.A 360 degree background check is necessary to avoid recurrence of faulty appointments.

    Directors, CBI have always been from the IPS. Attempts made in the past by the IAS Association to grab the post, did not succeed. Somehow, the surgical strike by the IAS association was forestalled by the powerful IPS lobby. Power struggle ensued. As a consequence, CVC, more often than not, headed by an IAS officer, was brought in to exercise superintendence and control over CBI.

    Keeping in view the totality of circumstances, change in selection methodology is called for to identify the best person for the job. Consultative mechanism should be the preferred option. An important source to know the credentials of officers is their Service fraternity. Getting secret feedbacks about eligible candidates, from serving States’ DGs(Police) is suggested. Feedbacks from the peer group, is useful. Total reliance on APARs is not considered appropriate.

    The Cabinet Sectt should act as nodal agency to process all formalities. Based on inputs received , the Cabinet Secy may compile a list of all eligible candidates and place it ( with feedback details ) for consideration of the prescribed committee headed by the Prime Minister , LOP (LS) ( or leader of the largest opposition party) and CJI ( or any other SC Judge recommended by CJI) as Members.

    The PM’s committee should interview all shortlisted candidates and identify the most suitable person based on professional/ personal integrity, experiences in CBI , investigative skills etc.

    Insiders of CBI may have natural edge over outsiders by virtue of professional skill .But, wild card entry from the Indian Administrative Service, should never be permitted .

    A K SAXENA (A retd civil servant)