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Jobs in Intelligence Bureau are Coveted Employments Due to 3 Perspectives

By Preeti Subscribe to RSS | December 16th 2011 | Views:
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Working in the police department or law enforcement agencies is liked by some people while there are also many, who do not want these jobs. No doubt, these jobs are quite challenging with continuous action in the life. Those, who are engaged in the enforcement of the law, are required to be on their toes 24 x 7 and all around the years. Sometimes, life doesn’t give a charming endearment. But, for those who are ready to accept the challenges of such works and are ready to sacrifice their peace and serenity, and be on the move always, the jobs in the military, police or in the intelligence departments are welcome.

There are people who are hard core believers in the law enforcement jobs and work hard to reach there. Among all these agencies, the Intelligence Bureau in India is one of the most talked about organisations. This agency is shrouded in secrecy and this is because of the functions that are carried out. Primarily dealing with the gathering of intelligence of various events and internal and external threats to the country and its heads, the bureau is mostly inclusive of officers and clerical staff who are of the recruited from the police and military. So, people are eager to join the bureau in order to have a life dedicated to the nation and also because of three important reasons.

Respect and honour – The work and activities in which the officers in Intelligence Bureau are involved are not publicly known. Even, the family members of these people are unaware about the full spectrum of work of these people. But, this is a fact that their work in the bureau is helpful in maintaining the integrity of the country and its assets. They gather intelligence on the different terrorist activities, threats to the life of the dignitaries, assess the border security and also gather information about the sinister plans of other foreign powers.

Most of the work is related to the gathering of information related to these events. The nature of work is something that is extremely honourable and these employees are respected in the society. They have a status that is equal to or better than what is seen with the genuine police officers.

Pay scale – For any kind of job, the pay structures hold a lot of importance. And this factor seems common to almost every job. But for those working with the Intelligence Bureau, the payment is quite good, not only because they are engaged in a central government organisation, but also because their work involved extreme caution and even threat to life.

Nature of work – The aspiring candidates for the jobs in the Intelligence Bureau are required to have a knack for learning the things in the department. These posts are filled by from the military and the police departments with the head of the organisation, the director being the senior most IPS officer of the country. To be successful in the jobs, people need the kind of dedication and sincerity which surpasses any other job. The nature of the work is such that only people with genuine interest will like the job and render it with the highest level of professionalism.

In today’s times, when police jobs and armed forces employments are sought after, the craze for jobs in Intelligence Bureau is not unknown. People are preparing themselves voluntarily to get recruited into different posts and work for the improvement of the society.

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SarkariExam.com is a job Portal which provides detail of all Government Jobs In India, Freshers Jobs and much more. Explore Intelligence Bureau, SSC Result, wbjee 2012 and much more.

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