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11th April 2015, 12:31 PM
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How to become a CID officer after Graduation?


How to become a CID officer after Graduation? Am just doing in T.Y.Bcom and once after the completion of course I want to become a CID officer. Will that be possible or not? Can someone please provide me the information for the same? Awaiting for the reply soon. Thanks!




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11th April 2015, 02:49 PM
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To become CID (Criminal Investigation Department) officer, you are required to give Public Service Commission Examination of your state. You may either give UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) exam or your state's Public Service Examination conducted by your state every year. The minimum educational qualification required to be eligible for CID Examination is " Graduation " or Bachelor Degree from a recognized university. The minimum age of a candidate must be 20 years and maximum age must not exceed 25 years, and age relaxation will be applicable for reserved candidates.

Apart from this other options available for you to become CID Officer are,
* Staff Selection Commission (SSC)
* CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation) Exam
So you can apply for the above mentioned recruitment examinations while you are in third year or after completion of graduation. Since you are a third year B.Com Graduate, you are certainly eligible to appear in respective examinations.
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11th April 2015, 05:26 PM
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How to become a CID officer after Graduation? Am just doing in T.Y.Bcom and once after the completion of course I want to become a CID officer. Will that be possible or not? Can someone please provide me the information for the same? Awaiting for the reply soon. Thanks!
If you have qualify in below given stages then you are eligible for the post of CID recruitment exam.

1)SSC CGL Tier I

2)SSC CGL Tier II

3)Medical test

4)Physical test

5)Personal interview

Eligibility criteria for CID exam:-

Minimum qualification required to apply for this examination is completing a degree course from a recognized Institution.

Age criteria:-

1. Sub Inspectors in CPOs 20 years to 25 years
2. Assistant / Sub Inspector in CBI 20 years to 27 years
3. Statistical Investigators Maximum 26 years
4. For all other posts 18 years to 27 years.

SSC CGL 2015:-

Date of Notice: 14th March 2015 (Expected)

Last Date: 13th April 2015

Date of Examination: 14th and 21st June 2015
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11th April 2015, 07:29 PM
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Those candidates who want to join Crime Investigation Department ( CID ) have to appear for Indian Civil Services examination conducted by Union Public Service Commission every year.

Yes, you are eligible to apply for the exam after B.Com.

Eligibility :
Candidate must have pass graduation from any recognised university to join CID for the post of officer as well as sub inspector.

Age : Age of candidate must be from 21 to 30 years. Age relaxation is provided for reserved category as per government norms.

Nationality : Candidate must be Indian.

For more details about Indian Civil Service exam, go to http://www.upsc.gov.in
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11th April 2015, 08:08 PM
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You can join CID as an Officer or Assistant because there are two types of recruitment processed in CID department which are mentioned below :

State Governments recruits Constables in CID department under police recruitment of the state and if you are 12th passed candidate then you can apply for this recruitment because when you apply then you need to prefer CID as your first choice then qualify examination and physical efficiency test.

You will have to secure very good marks in exam then only you can get CID otherwise you may also be posted to STF - Special Task Force or Crime Branch but if you enter any of these department then you will definitely join CID.

Another way to enter CID is apply for Sub Inspector or Assistant Sub Inspector post which are recruited by state governments and you can enter the CID as an Officer through these exams therefore you must be good at exam because if you secure good marks then you may get otherwise there are so many options to choose as per your marks.

The state which you belongs to, must have been recruiting candidates for these posts so you must get knowledge because - Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and some other states also recruits Sub Inspectors for CID, STF and CB other than ground duty work so you have to prefer these departments and enter CID.

If you apply for SSC Sub Inspector and Assistant Sub Inspector examination then you may easily enter other crime control departments such as CBI, Narcotics Bureau, Delhi Police Criminal Branch etc. so these are also some better options as per your choice but you just have to work hard and secure good marks then perform better at other stages such as Physical Test and Interview Process so you can become CID Officer.
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12th April 2015, 06:38 PM
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CID stands for Criminal Investigation Department.

The exam is conducted by SSC and the candidates are selected on the basis of CGL(Combined Graduate Level) exam which is generally held in the month of April every year.

The eligibility criteria to apply for the exam are following:-

-The candidate should be an Indian.

-The candidate must have completed graduation degree in any discipline from a recognized college/ university.Final year appearing student can also apply for the exam.There is no percentage bar for the marks obtained in the graduation degree.

-The age limit to apply for the exam is from 20 years to 27 years for general category,20 years to 30 years for OBC candidate and 20 years to 32 years for SC/ST candidates.

-The selection process involves;

* Written test,

*Physical test and

* Personal interview.
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