Employment in India has been at its best in recent years; No material insecurity suspended over the Indian economy. Although the multiplication of private sectors has produced many job opportunities for young people, but the pressure and in some world features the company today is expecting from its employees.
After much dedication and hard work, job security continues to disturb employees. With that in mind, there are many of us who aspire to reach a higher position in public services. Civil services not only provide employment titles, but also power, prestige, idealism and the ability to change the system from within.
As far as the public service is concerned, IPS has no analogues in terms of the characteristics mentioned above.
Like IAS, IPS also has an integral part of the Indian system. IPS is made up of high-level police officers, particularly interested in maintaining law and order throughout the country.
But the IPS service has an exterior surface that only reflects some comfortable work attributes and many benefits.
However, work is huge challenges require the perfect ability to cope.
Each year, a group of applicants apply for admission to the IPS. However, the procedure to become IPS is the same as the IAS. Candidates must pass the competitive examination, namely the CST (Public Service Review), which is held annually under the supervision of the Public Service Union Commission (PSU).
IPS 2017 Eligibility: –
Minimum academic evaluations: –
The candidate must possess a diploma from one of the universities constituted by a law of the Central Legislative Assembly or of the State in India or other educational institutions created by an Act of Parliament or declared as a university under Article 3 of the Scholarship Law Commission, 1956, or have an equivalent qualification.
Age limit: – A candidate must have reached the age of 21 years and must not have reached the age of 32 years.
Age Relaxation: –
(I) up to five years if a candidate belongs to a caste or Scheduled calificada tribe.
(Ii) up to a maximum of three years in the case of candidates belonging to other in arrears who are eligible for the reservation applicable to these candidates.