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INTELLIGENCE BUREAU (MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS, GOVERNMENT OF INDIA) ASSISTANT CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE OFFICER-II /TECH & ASSISTANT CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE OFFICER-II/WT EXAMINATION- 2013 ADMIT CARD Date & Time of examination: March 24, 2013 (Sunday), Time: 1000 Hrs to 1200 Hrs Name of candidate: NAGENDAR YERUKALA Registration No.: MHA200030816 Roll No.: 13008762 Fathers/Mothers RAMULU name: Address: H.NO:11-10-662, BURAHAN PURAM, KHAMMAM TOWN, KHAMMAM, , PIN 507002, ANDHRA PRADESH Examination Centre SRI CHAITANYA JUNIOR KALASALA, 3-10, PAKALA PLAZA, OPP: KALANIKETAN, CHAITANYAPURI X ROAD, DILSUKHNAGAR, HYDERABAD500060

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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATE


1. The candidate is required to upload their photograph and signature. 2. If the photograph or signature is not uploaded or is not visible, the candidate may take a print out of the admit card and then paste a recent passport size coloured photograph and put his/her signature in BLUE ink in the space provided. 3. The candidate must bring the admit card and a valid photo ID card (voter card, PAN card, Aadhar card, driving license, etc). 4. Those who do not bring the admit card and photo Identity card (besides the Admit card) will not be permitted to appear in the examination. 5. The candidate, before appearing for the written exam, should satisfy himself/herself regarding eligibility criteria desired for the post with regard to prescribed qualification, age, etc. against advertisement released. 6. Qualifying the written exam is subject to fulfillment of eligibility criteria. 7. Appearance in the written exam is, however, provisional and does not entitle the candidate for any claim for the post. You will be treated as de-barred ab-initio at any stage of the recruitment process in case you do not fulfill any eligibility conditions for the post. 8. The written exam is of objective type multiple choice only. 9. You must bring Ball point pen (blue ink) to mark your answer and filling up the OMR response sheets. 10. Candidate must read the instructions carefully before filling up the OMR sheets. Name, date of birth, category, etc should be filled in carefully and should be identical to the one entered in the online application. No representation seeking any change in the data in OMR sheet would be entertained at a later date. 11. The duration of the written exam is two hours i.e. from 1000 Hrs to 1200 Hrs. However, initial 20 minutes (from 1000 Hrs to 1020 Hrs) are meant for distribution and filling up of OMR response sheets. The remaining time (from 1021 Hrs to 1200 Hrs) is meant for attempting the objective type multiple-choice questions. 12. Candidate is advised to make sure about the location of his/her examination centre in advance so that he/she reaches the examination centre on the specified date at least 15 minutes before commencement of the exam. No candidate will be permitted in the examination centre after 1015 Hrs. 13. No candidate will be permitted to appear at any centre other than the allotted one. 14. No candidate will be permitted to leave the examination centre before 1200 Hrs.

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Admit Card

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15. Before leaving the examination hall, the candidate must deposit his/her admit card and OMR response sheet to the invigilator. Failure to do so would result in cancellation of candidature. 16. The candidate can carry the question paper with them after conclusion of the examination. 17. While signing the attendance sheets during the exam, the candidate must ensure that he/she signs against his/her name only. If there is any spelling mistake or whatsoever, the same should be brought to the notice of invigilator in writing but the candidate must not alter/change his/her name either in the admit card or in the attendance sheet. 18. Use of calculators or any other electronic gadgets including mobile phone, books or any other material inside the examination centre is strictly prohibited. 19. The OMR sheet will not be replaced in any circumstances. 20. Any candidate found using unfair means or violating any instructions or doing any undesirable activity would be debarred from the examination.

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