To become an IPS officer, students must apply for the UPSC CSE exam and crack the preliminary, mains, and interview questions to get selected for the training. Here are the requirements for the IPS officer. A candidate should be a citizen of India to become an IPS. The candidates should be at least 21 years of age.
- 1 What to study to become a IPS officer?
- 2 Is IPS exam difficult?
- 3 What should I do after 12th in IPS?
- 4 Is maths necessary for IPS?
- 5 What is IPS salary?
- 6 Which college is best for IPS?
- 7 Is IPS easier than IAS?
- 8 Is 3 years enough for UPSC?
- 9 Is IAS tougher than IPS?
- 10 What is IPS syllabus?
- 11 How much percentage is required for IPS officer?
- 12 How do I become a DSP?
What to study to become a IPS officer?
To become IPS officer, you have to write Civil service exam conducted by UPSC. To apply for this examination, you have to complete your Graduate degree course from a recognised board and your age should between 21 to 30 years, upper age relaxation is applicable for SC/ST/OBC Candidates.
Is IPS exam difficult?
An aspirant should study for an average of 6-8 hours to crack the exam. Being an IAS officer is itself a prestigious position. Those who all clear the stages of examination become an officer in IAS, IPS, or IFS, and other services. It is considered to be one of the hardest examinations.
What should I do after 12th in IPS?
It is not possible to become an IPS Officer right after completing 12th standard! In order to become an IPS Officer, you must apply for CSE exam conducted by the UPSC. You must also crack the exam (preliminary, mains and interview) in order to get selected for the training.
Is maths necessary for IPS?
no. Math is not compulsory for IPS exam. IPS stands for INDIAN FORCE SERVICE. It is a civil service exam which is conducted by UPSC every year.
What is IPS salary?
The basic salary of an IPS officer starts at Rs. 56,100 (TA, DA and HRA are extra) per month and can go on to reach Rs. 2,25,000 for a DGP.
Which college is best for IPS?
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- Plutus IAS Academy- Hyderabad. Plutus IAS Academy is Hyderabad’s best IAS Coaching in India.
- Vedanta IAS Academy- Delhi.
- Analog Institute- Bangalore.
- Apti Plus Academy- Kolkata.
Is IPS easier than IAS?
Indian Administration Service (IAS) and Indian Police Service (IPS) are among the most challenging as well as prestigious jobs in India that not only gives you the authority and position but also makes you responsible towards the society. Whereas, IPS candidates are required to maintain order in society.
Is 3 years enough for UPSC?
For smart aspirants, college is the best place to start preparing for IAS exam. Three years of college will give enough time to prepare well and one can reap the benefit of starting early. The first decision which an aspirant has to take is to decide in which stream he/ she has to do graduation.
Is IAS tougher than IPS?
The IAS and IPS officers are being chosen by an exam known as civil services examination conducted by UPSC every year. Now coming back to your question, those candidates who got high ranks in CSE generally opt for IAS. therefore getting IAS is a bit more difficult in comparison to IPS.
What is IPS syllabus?
The IPS Syllabus for Civil Services Prelims Exam is as follows: Syllabus of Paper I (General Studies – I) Current events of national and international importance. History of India and The Indian National Movement. Indian and World Geography-Physical, Social, Economic Geography of India and the World.
How much percentage is required for IPS officer?
For the eligibility you need to have 45% marks in your graduation. For becoming an IPS officer your 12th marks don’t matter and neither your stream matters. You have to give the entrance exam conducted by UPSC and for this you can do graduation in with any course.
How do I become a DSP?
If you want to become DSP in India, you should pass State Level Exam conducted by the State Public Service Commission. After cracking this exam the candidate becomes a DSP in India. He/She is posted as DSP after completion of probationary training.