Intelligence Bureau Assistant Central Intelligence Officer Grade II Executive Exam or IB ACIO Exam 2017 was conducted on October 15 across 33 centres in the country. Immediately after the examination, however, candidates took to twitter to share their displeasure over the mismanagement at the examination centers. Candidates also pointed out at the lack of security measures and have requested Home Minister Rajnath Singh to order a re-exam.
WHAT WENT WRONG
As per the tweets posted by disgruntled candidates, the questions were directly copied from websites. Also, many have shared how papers were given exactly at 10 am, reducing their effective attempt time to 45 minutes instead of 60 minutes for 100 questions as it takes about 15 minutes to fill all the details. Candidates have also reported that the security measures at the examination centers were lax and many question papers did not have the seals.
Some of the tweets have also requested the Ministry of Home Affairs to look into the matter and conduct a re-exam in the online mode.
ABOUT THE EXAM
IB Recruitment Examinations draws on a lot of interest within the youth of the country. The examination is conducted by the Ministry of Home Affairs. As per the notification, the tier I of IB ACIO exam 2017 was conducted on October 15. At present, there is no official reply from the Ministry of Home Affairs.