Your doubts are wrong you are assuming too much on your own, i am not sure about what your uncles designation was, but all the officers who are actually civilians are provided with lots of perks and privileges, good cars are for regular use, If you think about it it makes sense, a lot is required to provide people at such sensitive posts so that they don't desire for anything by illegitimate means.
The whole point of diplomatic passport was not for showing off rather telling that if one is found of hot Arab or European women then one can easily go there without having to apply for visa.
Writer of Bond Novels and creator of Bond character; Mr Ian Flemming was a Retd Royal Navy Commander and MI6 agent. He was enjoying his retirement at a small Island in Caribbean and he chose to stay there because he fell in love with the Island. His most favorite piece of Literature was titled "BIRDS OF WEST INDIES" and the name of the author was "JAMES BOND"; there he got a name for his character which he depicted in his novel based on his own life. All other stuff in movies are a Director's/Producer's imagination.
as for diplomatic passport... ISI is supposed to be undercover why in the world would they require diplomatic passport, as it will blow their cover, they might get diplomatic passport for certain mission but not all the time!!!
my dear all,
its my childhood desire to join isi but i dont know how i will be able to do this
its quite easy to heard tht some one abused, disgraced and humliate my country but I would never tolorate some one to disrespect my mother..............!!!
should we remain silent abt their atitude towards pakistan or any muslim country to call them what ever they want.........or let them prove it that offcourse they are the super nation of the world!!
Son of Pakistan
ISI do hire civilians in officer and lower classes.
In officer class, civilians are trained and given a rank of Assistant Director initially, and they are promoted according to their output. I think some grade 20 directors are also civilians.
Civilians work with Officers and Men coming from Army, Navy and PAF.
There are newspaper adds for civilians enrollment once or twice an year. Normally, instead of ISI, a Public Sector Organisation is mentioned and a PO Box is given for correspondence.
Very strict security check about the back ground is carried out before offering job, if one passes all tests and interview.
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if u wanna apply in ISI
than go to forces there u might get chance to join that
but i think that there are many good jobs too in other sectors
wher u can apply
Thanks for the help. There are many people in pakistan looking for jobs.. a good job hunter always plan well for the job and for that thing he/she takes the complete info about the job and interviewing tips!
i am moon and dong BS(EE) ...... i want to join ISI so please tell me how i can join the ISI ......
I want to join the ISI
Thank you for extending your interests to serve the the Directorate Inter Service Intelligence. There is an issue here which is namely the background screening of an prospective ISI staff specially if that candidate spent some time abroad .
This screening involves for some people up to 10 years of intensive historical background check. Candidates are asked to provide certain informations and those informations are verified by the directorate though it's own resources. There is a dedicated desk at the Directorate for this purpose. No candidate's employment will be final until the whole process is completed. This is quite simple if the candidate has 10 years of unbroken habitation in Pakistan or the candidate is a member of the armed forces.
The problem starts if the candidate has spent some time abroad in the last 10 year. It makes it very difficult to do the screening as the Directorate does not exercise jurisdiction outside Pakistan. As a result , the screening process can not be completed and the employment application will be declined. I hope that the information that I provided will help you to assess your own situation. Thank you.
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