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2nd August 2015, 09:27 PM
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How to switch from Banking sector to become a CID Officer?


How to switch from Banking sector to become a CID Officer?




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3rd August 2015, 01:05 PM
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Default Re: How to switch from Banking sector to become a CID Officer?

CID stands for the Criminal Investigation Department. If you want to switch from Banking sector to this department, you need to appear for Civil Services examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission.

Eligibility criteria for the Civil Services exam:

Bachelor's degree in any discipline from a recognized university. Final year candidates can also apply for the exam. The age limit for the exam is 21-32 years with upper age relaxation for reserved category candidates.

Entrance exam has three stages:

>>Preliminary exam.

>>Mains exam.

>>Personal interview.

Every the notification is released in month of May after that you can apply for exam at official website of UPSC www.upsconline.nic.in.

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3rd August 2015, 05:00 PM
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Default Re: How to switch from Banking sector to become a CID Officer?

How to switch from Banking Sector to CID Department:

There are many ranks available in Criminal Investigation Department (CID) namely, Constable, Inspector (Officer), DSP, DIG, Inspector General of Police (IGP), Sub Inspector, Assistant Sub Inspector, Additional Director General of Police, DIG and Superintendent posts.

To become CID Officer or Inspector in CID department, one must need to meet the required eligibility Criteria and the basic educational qualification required is Graduate Degree from a recognized university. The first way is, to join State Police Department and there by you can become CID officer after promotion. And the other way to become CID officer is to write "Union Public Service Commission" Examination. You are required to qualify Written Test, Interview and Physical Test conducted by UPSC in order to become CID Officer.
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4th August 2015, 12:07 AM
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Default Re: How to switch from Banking sector to become a CID Officer?

CID is the Criminal Investigation Department. To join this department, you have two options:

~~For Sub Inspector posts in CID, you can apply for the Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate level exam.

~~Through the Civil Services examination.

For both the above entrance exams, minimum academic qualification required is graduation in any discipline from a recognized university. The age limit for the SSC CGL is 20-30 years for Sub inspector posts. For Civil Services examination it is 21-32 years. Upper age relaxation applicable in both case for reserved category.

You will have to crack various stages of these entrance exams to enter into CID.
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15th August 2015, 11:32 PM
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Default Re: How to switch from Banking sector to become a CID Officer?

CID is the Criminal Investigation Department. To join this department, you have two options:

~~For Sub Inspector posts in CID, you can apply for the Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate level exam.

~~Through the Civil Services examination.

For both the above entrance exams, minimum academic qualification required is graduation in any discipline from a recognized university. The age limit for the SSC CGL is 20-30 years for Sub inspector posts. For Civil Services examination it is 21-32 years. Upper age relaxation applicable in both case for reserved category.

You will have to crack various stages of these entrance exams to enter into CID.
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