Intelligence Services took birth in 1861 with the objective of
collection, Assimilation and Analysis of information. Intelligence
Services for can be divided into three broad categories.
(1) Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI): It was established
in 1914 and its basic role is to investigate the cause of corruption
in all government departments or elsewhere. They also investigate
the crimes on high seas, professional crimes and economic offences.
CBI has 2 departments namely Anticorruption and Special crimes.
(2) Investigation bureau (IB): Its function is to analyse
the available information. It has 2 categories of services
Class 1: Astt. Director - Deputy Director - Joint Director - Special
Director. These officers are recruited directly from State Police
Services, Indian Police Services (IPS), and Defence Personnel.
Class 2: These are recruited by IB.
Security Astt. - JIO - ACIO
And Analysis Wing (RAW): Its function is to be engaged in
research and analysis of news, it is expected to offset the intelligence
offences of the other countries against our country.
Discipline, Good Physical Fitness, Mental Fitness, Mentally Alert,
Analytical Mind, Courage and a High Intellect are required.
(1) DSP: Recruited by UPSC through an All India Exam.
Hierarchy: DSP- SP-DIG - IG (8 Posts)
(2) Direct Recruitment: For the post of SI, APP, SPP. These
are appointed through SSC.
Training: Selected officers are trained at Police Academy, Ghaziabad
and Lok Nayak
Bhawan, New Delhi.
Direct Recruitment: Deputy field officers are appointed
at junior levels.
Senior level recruitment: Campus Recruitments of Civil
Services candidates and recruitment of University graduates.
Specialists Appointments: Campus placements at Technical