hi how can i became a ips i passed 12th with 54% marks in 2009

0 25 Views | Posted 2011-10-14 14:24:28
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    sameera shams | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-10-15 12:54:23
    Shams@ hi dear Mohit
    As you have asked after 12 directlly you can not apply for IPS exam ,the minimum qualification required for this exam is Graduation in any discipline,After that only you will be elligible.
    Indian Police services is one of Challenging career and One of the Toughest exam of the Nation, but If you clear it it offers a lot.For becoming an IPS officer, you will have to appear for IPS (Indian Police Services) exams under the UPSC (Union Public Civil Services) exam. You will have to pass two exams, Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) and main exam and after it, you will have to go through one personal interview. You will ha
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    Neeraj Kumar | Guide-Level 12

    2011-10-15 09:54:13
    start study for General study , you can prefer Tatamacgraw hill and Spectrum book , math 6-10 class prefer arihant publication , for current affairs prefer CSR magazine and prepae english grammer , this is compl;ete for CSAT exam , ist exam for IPS test or UPSC test
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    Nikhlesh Mathur | Guide-Level 14

    2011-10-14 18:38:48
    For becomming an IPS you need to frst develop a hunger for attaining this position and start preparing while you complete your graduation. Yes, completing graduation is the first step. Then give yourselr some extra time, say six months to 1 year for focused preparation on UPSC exam. You need to clear the prelims and then get high on merit in the Mains exam and then score high in the interview also. It is not easy and therefore consistent preparation and focused attitude is a must for this.
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    Manmeet Kaur | Guide-Level 12

    2011-10-14 18:31:10
    Hi Mohit, The IPS exam can get very tough if the candidate is not prepared. The candidate will need to be familiar with the current news and other happenings of the Indian economy. Besides this, they will also need to study on a variety of other topics. As to get ready for their exams, candidates can read guide books, newspapers, journals and even watch television for important news reports. Reading English newspapers will help the students to get a good hold on the English language.
    Candidates who clear the exam will be then subjected to physical and medical tests. After this, they will be needed to be present for a personal interview.

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