The Government of India, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has issued a notification for the recruitment of 12 Deputy Superintendent of Police Post’s vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Deputy Superintendent of Police posting, are eligible to apply for National Investigation Agency (NIA) Deputy Superintendent of Police posts Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the National Investigation Agency (NIA) recruitment 2017 must have completed in Bachelor Degree in any discipline from a recognized university. 3 years’ experience in handling of cases of investigation of criminal cases National Investigation Agency (NIA) recruitment 2017.
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Name of the Organization: National Investigation Agency (NIA)
Total no of vacancies: 12 posts
Official Website: www.nia.gov.in
Location: Any Where in India
Name of the Post (Designation): Deputy Superintendent of Police
Educational Qualification: Bachelor Degree in any discipline from a recognized university. 3 years’ experience in handling of cases of investigation of criminal cases
Age Limit: 15,600-39,100 + Grade Pay 5,400/-
Pay Scale: 56 years.
Application Fees: 500/- for General & OBC Category, 250/- for SC/ST Candidates. No Fees for applying on Deputation Basis.
How to Apply: Applications should be sent to National Investigation Agency (NIA) office. Send your fully filled applications to
National Investigation Agency
6th & 7th Floor, NDCC-II Building, Jai Singh Road,
The last date for receipt of applications 11th April 2017
Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), is a rank used by police forces in India. It was also used by the British Empire. The rank is lower than Assistant superintendent and is equivalent to Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) in the commissionerate system. ... Officers recruited by state PSC directely get this rank.
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