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NIA invites job applications for Dy. SP, apply before Oct 31

National Investigating Agency has invited job applications for the post of Dy SP (deputation/absorption basis), eligible candidates can apply before October 31
NIA Recruitment 2019:  National Investigation Agency (NIA) has invited applications for the post of Deputy Superintendent of Police (Dy SP) on deputation, absorption basis. Interested and eligible candidates can apply before October 31. No of Vacancies: 8 posts Applications open: August 31 Last date to apply: October 31 Pay scale: Rs 15,600 – 1,77,500/- Mode of applying: Offline (Applicants have to send their applications to - The SP (Adm), NIA HQ, Opposite CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi- 110003) Application fee: (Not mentioned) Age Limit: The maximum age limit for appointment 56 years Educational Qualification: Candidates should be graduated in any stream from a recognised university. They must have two years of experience in handling of investigation cases, criminal cases, intelligence work or operations and information technology cases. Note: The department officers in the feeder category who are in the direct line of the promotion will not be eligible for consideration for appointment on deputation. Similarly, deputationists shall not be eligible for consideration for appointment by promotion. About NIA: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is a central agency established by the Indian government to combat terror in India. It acts as the central counter-terrorism law enforcement agency. The agency is empowered to deal with terror-related crimes across states without special permission from the states. The agency came into existence with the enactment of the National Investigation Agency Act 2008 by the Parliament of India on December 2008. Click here to know more about the job details.