i want to become a ips officers
i want to become a ips officers. maulik parekh
To become an IPS officer you need to clear the UPSC prelims exam and then stand in good merit in the mains exam and qualify in the Interview to be able to make your choice for IPS. The next prelims for UPSC is going to be held in May or June 2012 for which notification is likely to come in Feb 2012. Alternatively you can also sit for state PSC exam and get into the merit by the same route (prelims, mains, interview) to be able to select police service at the state level. People at such positions get promoted to IPS ranks in due course of time.
Hi Maulik,For becoming an IPS officer and serve the nation there are some constructive ways to go about. First and most important is that you require to be a graduate degree holder from a recognized University. After which you need to write the UPSC exams, the notification beging in february. To know more details, please refer to the following link:https://www.shiksha.com/getArticleDetail/187/Career-In-The-Civil-ServicesThere are several institutes offerig coaching for the same. To know about these, kindly refer to the following link:https://www.shiksha.com/search/index?keyword=UPSC+exam&location=&searchType=course&cat_id=-1&countOffsetSearch... view more
To become an IPS Officer, you have to appear for Civil Services Examination which is a year-long exam conducted by UPS and is extremely competitive. One needs to be a graduate or in final year of graduation to be eligible to give the exam and must also be between 21 years and 30 years on August 1st of the year of examination. There is age relaxation of 3 years for OBC candidates and 5 years for SC/ST candidates. Civil Service Prelims has now been taken over by Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT). It was usually conducted in May or June while the Mains is usually conducted in October or November. General category students are allowed four atte... view more
shams@ hi maulik!
you can be a ips officer r,but for that you should write for upsc exam conducted each year,but for that you should have graduate,so i will suggest you to continue your study.
For IAS exam a candidate must be a graduate holder and the age between 12 to 30 years. So i advise you to do graduation
I wish you will get success in your life.
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