Sunday, September 29, 2019

HOW TO BECOME AN IPS OFFICER


HOW TO BECOME AN IPS OFFICER


IPS (Indian Police Service) is one of the best and honorable jobs in the country; IPS exam is a part of the UPSC Civil Service Exam conducted every year in the month of February. Becoming an IPS Officer is not an easy task; it is a challenging & demanding post. Only the best candidates are selected for this job. To become an IPS officer a candidate must pass the UPSC Examination.



Eligibility for appearing for the IPS Exam


To become an IPS Officer A candidate must be a citizen of India
A Candidate must be at least 21 years of age at the time of Civil Service Preliminary Examination
A candidate must hold a degree from recognized university, candidate appearing for final degree exam can also apply. Candidates with equivalent professional or technical degree recognized by the Government can also apply.


AGE LIMIT


For the General category, A Candidate must be age of 21 to 32 years
For OBC Candidates upper age limit is 35 years
For SC & ST age limit is 37 years


To become an IPS officer a candidate must pass the UPSC Examination. Each year, lakhs of candidates appear for Civil Services preliminary examination but among them only a few candidates are selected for the main exam.
The Civil Service exam consists of three main parts


Registration Fee of IPS Examination


Rs 100/ (One Hundred Rupees only) Registration fee is required for all general candidates .
No fee is required from SC,ST,OBC and Female candidates.



Preliminary Examination

Main Examination
Interview / Personality test


Preliminary Examination

Paper                Type                       Duration       No of Questions       Marks
Paper 1         General Studies          2 Hours            100                       200
Paper  2        Aptitude Test               02 Hours          80                         200




                                          MAINS EXAMINATION

PAPER
TYPE
MARKS
Paper A
Languages
300
Paper B
English
300
Paper  1
Essay
250
Paper  2
General Studies 1
250
Paper  3
General Studies 2
250
Paper  4
General Studies 3
250
Paper  5
General Studies 4
250
Paper  6
Optional Subjects, Paper 1
250
Paper  7
Optional Subjects, Paper 2
250
  


IPS POST & CAREER GROWTH

After pass & completing the trainings, IPS Officers are commissioned as Deputy Superintendent of Police or Additional Superintendent of Police at District level; they are promoted such as Superintended of Police, Additional director General of Police, Deputy Inspector etc.


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