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SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE,INSPECTOR,CONSTABLE,PUBLIC PROSECUTORS & LOWER DIVISION CLERK,  Jobs & Vacancy in Officer at  Central Bureau of Investigation , Delhi Feb 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
DEPUTY INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE
Group A
Sanctioned Strength : 39
Pay Scale : Rs. 16400-450-20000/- [Super Time Scale]
The rest twenty five percent posts are filled up from the departmental cadre officers who have completed 4 years regular service as Sr.Supdt. of Police, failing which Sr.Supdt. of Police with combined regular service of 8 years in the grade of Sr. Supdt. of Police and Supdt. of Police.

SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE
Group A
Sanctioned Strength : 89
Pay Scale : For IPS Officers :
Rs. 10000-325-15200 [Time Scale]
Rs. 12000-375-16500/- [Junior Administrative Scale]
Rs. 14300-400–18300/- [Selection Grade]
For Non IPS Officers : Rs. 12000-375-16500/-
Sixty percent posts of Supdt. of Police are filled on deputation of the officers of Indian Police Service/All India Services/IAAS/IRS/IC&CE and Central Police Organizations holding analogous post on regular basis.

INSPECTOR
Group C (non- gazetted)
Sanctioned Strength : 755
Pay Scale : Rs. 6500-200-10500/-
Fifty percent posts of Inspectors are filled up by promotion of the Sub-Inspectors in the CBI with 5 years? regular service in the grade.
Remaining fifty percent posts are filled up on deputation/transfer basis of the officers of Centre/State Police Organisations holding analogous posts.

CONSTABLE
Group C
Sanctioned Strength : 1808
Pay Scale : Rs.3050-75-3950-80-4590/-
Forty percent posts of Constables are filled up by direct recruitment.
Remaining sixty percent posts are filled up by deputation/absorption.
The direct recruitment of Constables in CBI, is made on centralized basis by CBI Head Office. Their selection is made by the Committee constituted by the Director, CBI.

PUBLIC PROSECUTORS
Group A
Sanctioned Strength : 96
Pay Scale : Rs. 8000-275-13500/-
Fifty five percent posts of Public Prosecutors are filled up by direct recruitment through UPSC.

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LOWER DIVISION CLERK
Group C
Sanctioned Strength : 469
Pay Scale : Rs. 3050-75-3950-80-4590/-
Ninety percent of the posts of LDC are filled up through by direct recruitment. Out of these, ten percent of the vacancies, are to be filled through Limited Departmental Competitive Examination of the matriculate Class-IV employees of CBI.
The remaining ten percent posts are filled by deputation, failing which by direct recruitment

SAFAIWALAS
Group D
Sanctioned Strength : 53
Pay Scale : Rs. 2550-55-2660-60-3200/-
The recruitment in the grade of Safaiwalas in the CBI is made by direct recruitment.

General Instructions:
1. Various methods of recruitment are Direct Recruitment, Deputation, Promotion by Seniority or through Limited Departmental Competitive Examination. Appointments to all Group -

2. Appointments to all Group – ?C? posts, except the posts of Senior Clerk Stenos, L.D.Cs, Head Constables and Constables in C.B.I., are made by the Dy. Inspector General of Police.

3. Appointments to all posts in Group – ?D? in the CBI, are made by the Superintendent of Police. Recruitment Rules for most of the posts of CBI have been framed and notified. The rest of the Rules are under the process of revision or pending notification.

4. Oath of Allegiance : Every person entering government service shall take an oath of allegiance to the Constitution of India either in English or Hindi, before Head of Department/Office or a gazetted officer nominated by him.

5. The appointing authority should satisfy itself that the character and antecedents of the person proposed to be appointed are such that they do not render him/her unsuitable for appointment to government service. Persons dismissed from service of the Central or a State government including the administration of Union Territories, should be deemed ineligible for appointment.

6. While normally a person convicted for an offence involving moral turpitude should be regarded as ineligible for government service, in cases where the appointing authority feels that there are redeeming features and reasons to believe that such a person has cured himself of the weakness, he can be considered for appointment after obtaining specific approval of the government.

7. The Director is recruited exclusively by deputation of the officers of Indian Police Services, who have been approved for appointment as Director General of Police under the Government of India respectively. Recommendations for appointments are made by a CBI Selection Board headed by Central Vigilance Commissioner and Home Secretary, Secretary (Co-ordn & PG), Cabinet Secretariat as Members.

8. The Director, CBI shall have a minimum tenure of 2 years regardless of the date of his superannuation.  Post of the Special Director is filled up by deputation from the officers of Indian Police Service who have been approved for appointment as Additional Director General of Police under the Government of India.

9. Post of the Additional Directors are filled up by deputation from the officers of Indian Police Service who have been approved for appointment as Additional Director General of Police under the Government of India. Eighty percent posts of the Joint Directors are filled up by deputation from the officers of Indian Police Service who have been approved for appointment as Inspector General of Police under the Government of India.

10. The rest twenty percent posts of Joint Directors are filled up by the departmental cadre officers who have completed 5 years regular service as DIG. Seventy five percent posts of DIG are filled up on deputation of the officers of Indian Police Service empanelled for holding Deputy Inspector General of Police level post at the Centre

11. Officers of Indian Revenue Service (Income Tax Service, Indian Custom and Central Excise), holding analogous posts on regular basis.  The rest twenty five percent posts are filled up from the departmental cadre officers who have completed 4 years regular service as Sr.Supdt. of Police, failing which Sr.Supdt.

12. Sixty percent posts of Supdt. of Police are filled on deputation of the officers of Indian Police Service/All India Services/IAAS/IRS/IC&CE and Central Police Organizations holding analogous post on regular basis.

13. The rest forty percent posts of Supdt. of Police are filled up from amongst the departmental cadre officers who have completed 6 years regular service in the rank of ASP failing which of the rank of ASP with combined regular service of 12 years in the grades of ASP & DSP.

14.  Fifty percent posts are filled on deputation/absorption basis of the officers of Centre/State Police Organisations holding analogous posts subjected to the condition that absorption will not exceed fifteen percent of the deputation posts.  The rest ten percent posts are filled by Direct Recruitment.

15. Remaining fifty percent posts are filled up on deputation/transfer basis of the officers of Centre/State Police Organisations holding analogous posts.

16. The remaining twenty five percent posts are filled up through Limited Departmental Competitive Examination.  Fifty percent posts of ASIs are filled up by promotion of departmental Head Constables of CBI with a minimum of 5 years? regular service in that grade.

17. Forty percent posts of Head Constables are filled up by promotion by seniority-cum-fitness basis of the Constables with at least 5 years? regular service the grade in CBI.  Forty percent posts are filled up through Limited Departmental Competitive Examination.  Remaining twenty percent are filled up by deputation/absorption.

18. The direct recruitment of Constables in CBI, is made on centralized basis by CBI Head Office. Their selection is made by the Committee constituted by the Director, CBI.

19. Failing both of the above methods, ALA can also be appointed by direct recruitment through UPSC. The posts of Deputy Legal Advisor are filled up either by promotion from amongst Sr. Public Prosecutors of CBI with 5 years regular service in the grade  By deputation from amongst the officers of Central/State Governments holding analogous post.

20. Fifty percent posts of Sr. Public Prosecutors are filled up by promotion from amongst the Public Prosecutors of CBI with five years? regular service in the grade, failing which the posts are filled by deputation.  Twenty five percent posts are filled up by direct recruitment through UPSC.

21. Twenty percent posts are filled up by promotion from amongst the Assistant Public Prosecutors of CBI with five years? regular service in the grade, failing which the posts are filled by deputation.

22. The post of Assistant Public Prosecutor is filled up by direct recruitment through UPSC. The post of Principal System Analyst is filled up either by promotion from amongst the Senior System Analysts of CBI with five years? regular service in the grade or by deputation from amongst the officers of Central/State Government

23. The post of Sr. System Analyst is filled up either by promotion from amongst the Programmers of CBI with five years? regular service in the grade or by deputation from amongst the officers of Central/State Government or Universities

24. The post of Programmer is filled up either by promotion from amongst the Assistant Programmers of CBI with five years? regular service in the grade or by deputation from amongst the officers of Central/State Government or Universities or recognised Research Institutes

25.  The post of Lecturer is filled up by deputation from the officers of the Central/State Government. The posts of Senior Library & Information Assistant are filled up either by promotion from departmental officers with three years? regular service or by deputation from amongst the officers of Central Government holding analogous post.

26. The posts of Assistant Library & Information Officer are filled up either by promotion from departmental officers with three years? regular service or by deputation from amongst the officers of Central Government holding analogous post.

27. The posts of Sr. Private Secretary in CBI are filled up either by promotion from amongst the officers in the rank of Private Secretary of CBI with a total period of 2/7 years of service respectively in the organization on deputation of the officers holding analogous posts in Centre/State Police Organizations.

28. The post of Office Superintendent in CBI is filled up either by promotion of the officers of CBI with a cumulative service of 8 years in the posts of Crime Assistant and Head Clerk-cum-Accountant in the organisation (of which at least 3 years of service should be in the post of Crime Assistant)  On deputation of the officers holding analogous posts in Centre/State Police Organisations.

29. The post of Personal Assistant in CBI is filled up either by promotion from amongst the officers in the rank of Sr. Clerk Steno of CBI with a total period of 3 years of service in the organization or on deputation of the officers holding analogous posts in Centre/State Police Organizations.

30. Sixty percent posts of Head Clerk in CBI are filled up by promotion through Limited Departmental Competitive Examination of the officials in the rank of UDCs in the CBI who have put in 3 years regular service in the grade.  Remaining forty percent posts are filled up by promotion on the basis of seniority-cum-fitness.

31. Seventy five percent posts of UDC are filled up by promotion by seniority-cum-fitness, failing which by deputation. The rest twenty five percent posts are filled up by promotion through Limited Departmental Competitive Examination from amongst the officials who have put in 5 years of regular service in the rank of LDC.

32.Ninety percent of the posts of LDC are filled up through by direct recruitment. Out of these, ten percent of the vacancies, are to be filled through Limited Departmental Competitive Examination of the matriculate Class-IV employees of CBI.  The remaining ten percent posts are filled by deputation, failing which by direct recruitment

33. The post of Sr. Gestetner Operator in CBI is filled up by promotion from amongst Jr. Gestetner Operators with 3 years service in the grade and having proficiency in handling of Gestetner Machines. The post of Dresser in CBI is filled up on deputation from Central Government Offices.

34. The post of Daftry in CBI is filled up by promotion of the Peons with three years minimum service rendered on regular basis after their appointment or by deputation form persons holding analogous posts in Central Government Officers.

Tentative Last Date: 03-03-2012

About the organization:
The Central Bureau of Investigation traces its origin to the Special Police Establishment (SPE) which was set up in 1941 by the Government of India. The functions of the SPE then were to investigate cases of bribery and corruption in transactions with the War & Supply Deptt. Of India during World War II. Superintendence of the S.P.E. was vested with the War Department. Even after the end of the War, the need for a Central Government agency to investigate cases of bribery and corruption by Central Government employees was felt. The Delhi Special Police Establishment Act was therefore brought into force in 1946. This Act transferred the superintendence of the SPE to the Home Department and its functions were enlarged to cover all departments of the Govt. of India. The jurisdiction of the SPE extended to all the Union Territories and could be extended also to the States with the consent of the State Government concerned. The DSPE acquired its popular current name, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), through a Home Ministry resolution dated 1.4.1963. Initially the offences that were notified by the Central Government related only to corruption by Central Govt. servants. In due course, with the setting up of a large number of public sector undertakings, the employees of these undertakings were also brought under CBI purview. Similarly, with the nationalisation of the banks in 1969, the Public Sector Banks and their employees also came within the ambit of the CBI. The founder director of the CBI was Shri D.P. Kohli who held office from 1st April, 1963 to 31st May, 1968. Before this, he was Inspector-General of Police of the Special Police Establishment from 1955 to 1963. Before that he held responsible positions in police in Madhya Bharat, Uttar Pradesh and Govt. of India. He was Police Chief in Madhya Bharat before joining the SPE. Shri Kohli was awarded ‘Padma Bhushan’ in 1967 for his distinguished services. Shri Kohli was a visionasry who saw in the Special Police Establishment the potential of growing into the national investigative agency. He nurtured the organisation during his long stint as Inspector General and as Director and laid the solid foundation on which the organisation grew over the decades to become what it is today.

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