IPS is known as Indian Police Service. A year after india’s independence, Police service was formed in 1948. It is a top-rated and one of the most prestigious service. UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) examines the IPS services. Candidates can choose any 3 services IAS, IFS, IPS, This exam is held every year. UPSC exam provides maximum 4 attempts in exam. It is all india service that is provided by the Indian Government. IPS officers are nominated on the basis of UPSC exam. Due to highly competitive nature, it is one known as one of the toughest exam. IPS consist many section line Crime Branch and Criminal Investigation Department. Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized university is required for applying this post. For Men minimum height required for IPS is 165 cm and for women, it required 150 cm. Candidates who belong to SC/ST and castes like Assamese, Kumaoni, Nagaland tribals, Gorkhas, Garhwalis etc. The minimum height for men is 160 and for the women is 145 cm respectively.
The main requirement for this post is graduation from a recognized university. This job brings you a generous salary and various edges as well. The primary advantage is that the duty itself can be an act of honor and too many people will die to succeed here. So, allow us to examine several others. IPS basic salary starts from Rs. 56,100 (TA, DA, and HRA are additional) per month and can be successful at Rs. 2,25,000 for a DGP. Candidate have to fulfil another eligibility requirement to prove themselves. There are 3 main points to check if you are eligible to this service or not.
Height: The height for the male is 165 cm and for the female, it's 150. For SC/ST candidates and those candidates who belonging to Gorkha, Assamese, Garhwali etc, have some relaxation.
Chest: Minimum chest growth for male is 84 cm and for the female, it is 79 cm.
Vision: Myopia including cylinders should not exceed minus 4.00D and hypermetropia including cylinders should not exceed plus 4.00D. Candidates with squints are directly ineligible. Glasses are allowed.
Roles of IPS officer
VIP Security – In many occasion IPS officers provides security to big persons.
Maintain peace and order – IPS officers have to maintain peace and order by preventing crimes.
Border Services – IPS officers have to maintain peace on the borders also. In addition, after entering the IPS it remains on daily duty on a daily basis.
For the IPS officer service candidate need to be a citizen of India. Candidates have to graduate from a recognized university For IPS officers candidates should apply for the UPSC exam. After that candidates will have to go through UPSC CSE Preliminary Exam. Candidates have to qualify for the preliminary exam after that candidate has to appear in the CSE main exam. After qualifying for the main exam, candidates have to face a personal interview, and candidates are shortlisted on the basis of merit for the marks obtained in the main exam and personal interview.