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There are Two way to join ISI

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1. The Indirect way*

2. The Direct way

First we’ll discuss the*INDIRECT*procedure:

If you are passionate to serve your motherland, you ‘ll surely achieve it somehow. Join ISI indirectly requires joining first, the armed forces of Pakistan. Be it army, navy, or the air force; members of all armed forces can join ISI, whether they are Officers, Junior Commissioned Officers (JCO’s), or the Non Commissioned Officers (NCO’s).

Officers/JCO’s/NCO’s have to apply for admission. After taking permission from the Unit Officers Commandings, they appear in a basic test which on clearing, they are sent into the Inter-Services Intelligence School. After finishing the intelligence course, they can apply to be posted in Field Intelligence Units (FIU) or in the directorate of Military/Air/Naval intelligence. Then they wait and hope that their performance is good enough to be invited to the ISI for a temporary posting. Based on their performance in the military and the temporary posting with ISI, they are then offered a more permanent position.

Senior ISI officers with ranks of Major and above are only assigned to the ISI for no more than two to three years to curtail the attempt to abuse their power. Almost all of the Director-Generals of the ISI have never served in the organization before being appointed by the military commanders to lead it. ISI also monitors former, current and retired military officers who at one point or another, held sensitive positions and had access to classified data. However in some special circumstances, officers with outstanding achievements are given an extended appointment and even a lifetime (till 60 years of age) job.

Now we come to the*DIRECT*procedure:

For civilians, recruitment is advertised and is jointly handled by the Federal Public Services Commission (FPSC) or NTS and civilian ISI agents are considered employees of the Ministry of Defense. The FPSC or NTS conducts various examinations testing the candidates’ knowledge of current affairs, English and various analytical abilities. Based on the results, the FPSC or NTS shortlists the candidates and sends the list to the ISI which then, conducts the initial background checks. The selected candidates are then invited for an interview which is conducted by a joint committee comprising both ISI and FPSC officials.

Those candidates who pass the interview, then have to go through rigorous fitness, medical and psychological evaluations. Once the candidate clears these evaluations, the ISI performs a very thorough background check on the candidate before being offered to join the ISI. Security clearance is granted once the candidate accepts the offer. Recruited agents then go to the Inter-Services Intelligence School for basic training following which, they are employed on an initial one year probationary period. However, civilian operatives are not allowed to rise above the equivalent of the rank of Major and are mostly assigned to Joint Intelligence X (JIX), Joint Intelligence Bureau (JIB) and Joint Counterintelligence Bureau (JCIB) departments and the rest of the departments are solely headed by the armed forces though there have been rare cases in which civilians have been assigned to those departments.
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Dear let me tell you it is not true that civilian operatives are not promoted to higher grades. As per my source in ISI, civilians can move up to the office of Director which is equivalent to Brigadier in Pak army. So it is very attractive. Civilians also head various departments in ISI. Though they are not deployed in Ops areas. Nevertheless, an assistant director whom I know was deployed in India during his service in ISI.
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Dear let me tell you it is not true that civilian operatives are not promoted to higher grades. As per my source in ISI, civilians can move up to the office of Director which is equivalent to Brigadier in Pak army. So it is very attractive. Civilians also head various departments in ISI. Though they are not deployed in Ops areas. Nevertheless, an assistant director whom I know was deployed in India during his service in ISI.
Brother it happens but rarely.
I haven't said that they are strictly not promoted. In some cases based on some factors they are promoted.
Anyhow thanks for information. As I don't claim to be the 100 percent authentic source. There are always some areas that are left beyond ones knowledge.
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can we catch up with ISI by doing CSS?
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what about FIA and IB
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When ISI will announced induction? as spy agents?
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You can find it out in newspaper,keep reading papers.
the add would be written as"ministry of defence"
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Tell us about job responsibilities/Duties/benefits/risks of Sub Inspector in ISI
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