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Monday, 29 March 2021

Narcotics Control Bureau announces notification for recruitment of 100 posts of Intelligence Officer, last date for application is 15th April.



Narcotics Control Bureau announces notification for recruitment of 100 posts of Intelligence Officer, last date for application is 15th April.


The Bureau of Narcotics Control (NCB) has announced recruitment for 100 posts of Junior Intelligence Officer (JIO).  The application process for the post has started from March 18 and will continue till April 15.  Interested candidates can apply offline before the due date.

 Number of posts- 100

 Qualification

 Candidates applying for this position should have a bachelor's degree from any recognized university or institute.  See the official notification for more information. 

 Age limit

 Applicants should not be more than 56 years of age. For more information on the age limit, visit the official website http://narcoticsindia.nic.in/. 

 Selection process

 Candidates applying for the post will be selected on the basis of written test and interview.

 Apply this way

 Interested candidates applying can fill up the application form in new format and send it to the address given below.

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English grammar

There are also three simple tenses, three continuous tenses, three perfect tenses and three perfect continuous tenses. These groupings can help you learn how English verb tenses are used.

For example, all simple tenses have similar uses. Perfect tenses also behave in the same way. Keep this in mind while reading our verb tense descriptions.

Did you also notice that present tenses and past tenses only have one form whereas future tenses have two forms?
The most common mistake English learners make is to use simple present to talk about things that are happening now. With most verbs, that's wrong. Present continuous should be used. 

Another big mistake is using present perfect with set times such as last week. That is not correct in English. And most English learners have problems with will and be going to.


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