IPS Entrance Coaching
The Indian Police Service examination is a part of the Civil Services Examination which is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission every year. An IPS (Indian Police Service) officer carries out his/her responsibilities by safeguarding public. The IPS gives more importance to law and order, which, at the district level, is a collective responsibility of IPS and IAS officers; detecting and preventing crime; and traffic control and accident prevention and management. In order to fulfill these functions efficiently, responsibly and systematically, the IPS service is divided into various functional departments such as Crime Branch, Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Home Guards, and Traffic Bureau.
There are many IPS Entrance Coaching provide relevant study materials to students and conduct mock tests on regular interval basis to sharpen their skills, efficiency in time utility, mental ability, IQ and to check the clarity of understanding. Such practices of Coaching help aspirants to prepare with organized study pattern, regular revision with the curriculum and make them able to face any exam pattern with confidence.
An Indian Administrative Service (IAS) or Indian Police Service (IPS) officer is supposed to know something about all. Variousapplicants appearing for this exam for the first time even do not know what to read and what not to read thus waste their most valuable energy and time in reading many irrelevant and out of the syllabus topics . They run from pillar to post for proper subject material and also in search of a proper coaching center.
Eligibility of the IPS officer is as follows:
- Minimum Height - Men - 165cm Women - 150cm
- Relaxable minimum height is 160cm (men) and 145cm (women) for candidates belonging to ST and races such as Gorkhas,
- Garhwalias, Assamese, Kumaonis, Nagaland Tribals, etc.
Nationality: Nationality of a candidate must be either of the following: Citizen of India Subject of Nepal Subject of Bhutan A Tibetan refugee who came to India before January 1, 1962 for permanent settlement in India. Migrant from any of the following countries for permanently settling in India: Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam
Educational Qualification: A candidate must hold a Bachelor's degree from any of the universities recognized by the UGC or possess an equivalent qualification.
Age Limit: Candidate should fulfill the age limits mentioned below:
- Minimum age 21 years
- Maximum age 30 years as on 1st of August in the year of examination.