The NCB Stands for the Narcotics Control Bureau. It is the main coordinating and intelligence service of the Ministry of Interior of India. The goal is to fight drug trafficking and drug abuse. It was established in March 1986 under Section 4 (3) of the Drugs and Psychological Substances Act, 1985. The headquarters of the Drug Information Administration (NCB) is located in New Delhi, India. Its divisions and offices are organized by region and are located in Mumbai, Indore, Kolkata, Delhi, Chennai, Lucknow, Jodhpur, Chandigarh, Jammu, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Guwahati and Patna. The official NCB website is narcoticsindia.nic.in
Various Functions of NCB
NCB performs various functions in accordance with its policies. Some key points are:
- Coordinates the implementation of various central and state agencies involved in the administration of drugs.
- State aid for vaccination
- Collection and dissemination of information
- Examine information about epilepsy, study the information and how it works
- Compiled from national drug control statistics
- Establish relationships with international organizations such as INCB, INTERPOL, UNDCP, etc.
Eligibility Criteria For NCB’s Officer
- Applicants must be Indian citizens.
- Applicants must be above 20 years old.
- Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in any field, Justice Justice or Criminal Justice is the most popular preferred courses.
- Physically and mentally, a person must be qualified.
- After completing the minimum requirements, applicants must take the UPSC / State Civil Service exam.
Charter of NCB
- Cooperation of a wide range of officials, state government and other authorities in key areas, the 1962 Customs Code, the Chemicals and Ointments Act. The legislation of 1940 and other legislation of the day concerned the administration of important laws.
- Fulfill the obligations to combat illegal trade in accordance with various international standards
- Assistance to foreign authorities and international organizations is aimed at international cooperation and measures to prevent and combat illicit trade in narcotic drugs and psychotropic drugs.
- Coordinate with the Department of Health and Family Welfare, the Department of Human Services and other key agencies, offices or agencies on drug-related issues.
Other Full Forms of NCB
- National Capital Bank
- National Cargo Bureau
- National Central Bank
- National Central Bureaus
- National Codification Bureau
- National Commercial Bank
- National Competitive Bidding
- National Computing Board
- National Cooperative Bank
- Natural Color Balance
- Never Change Baby
- Never Come Back
- No Christmas Bonus