NIA Head Constable Recruitment 2024 Notification, Check Eligibility Details Now

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NIA Head Constable Recruitment 2024 Notification

NIA, National Investigation Agency, is releasing the notification and announcing the vacancies for head constable posts. There are 52 vacancies out for NIA posts, out of which 14 vacancies are out for head constable posts. As per notification, there are vacancies released for HC posts and require candidates to meet their eligibility criteria.

Candidates must be government officers and hold analogous posts, with 12th passed minimum qualification to become eligible for NIA Head Constable Recruitment 2024. The authority has started the application process for this recruitment has been starts from 1 June and continues till 15 July. This application timeline allows candidates to access the application form on the website and apply for HC posts.

NIA Head Constable Recruitment 2024

The national investigation agency has started the Head constable recruitment from 1 June to 15 July. There are a total of 52 vacancies. The application window is currently open and allows candidates to apply for this

EventDate
Name of recruitmentNIA Head Constable Recruitment 2024
Publication of Advertisement1 June, 2024
Deadline for Application Submission15 July, 2024
Vacancies14 For head constable 38 for sub-inspector
Official Websitehttps://www.nia.gov.in/

This recruitment drive gives a great opportunity to candidates to join NIA and give services to the country. Interested candidates are suggested to apply for head constable posts before the deadline.

NIA 2024 vacancies

NIA has started the head constable recruitment and announced 52 positions. Out of it, there are 38 vacancies for assistant sub-inspectors and 14 vacancies for head constable posts. Head constable vacancies are released at level -4

Post NameVacanciesPay Scale
Assistant Sub-Inspector38Level-5 (PB-2 with GP Rs.2800 pre-revised)
Head Constable14Level-4 (PB-2 with GP Rs. 2400 pre-revised)

NIA 2024 head constable eligibility criteria

Here are the eligibility criteria that the candidate should meet to become eligible for NIA Head Constable 2024.

Education qualification

Here are post-wise educational qualifications that decide whether you are eligible for head constable posts or not

Head constable

Candidate must be a government officer and hold analogous posts on a consistent basis. The candidate will also be 12th passed from the recognized board. 

Assistant sub-inspector

Candidates must be government officers and hold analogous posts on a consistent basis. Moreover, candidates also have a graduation degree from a recognized college or university. The applicant also has a minimum of 2 years of experience in the vigilance or administration field.

Age limit

The upper age limit of candidate is up to 56 years.

Selection process

The authority will start the selection process for candidates who applied for head constable posts. After their applications are evaluated, and those who meet eligibility are called for screening process. During screening, the officials can verify the educational qualifications, experience, and eligibility of candidates. 

Candidates who pass through the screening process are shortlisted for the following rounds. The following rounds consist of the

  • Interviews
  • Written test
  • Other assessment forms

The candidates will be finally selected for the head constable position on the basis of these rounds.

NIA Head Constable 2024 application process

It is suggested to interested candidates to download the application form from NIA website and filled it properly with your basic details. Before start applying, interested candidates should read the official notification and check essential documents.

Then, candidates need to submit their filled application form with necessary documents on mail address, that mentioned in notification. The eligibility criteria, mail address, important documents, and every important information regarding this recruitment are mentioned in the notification.

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