UPSC (IPS)

UPSC Exam Forum (IAS Civil Services,NDA,CDS,AFCAT)

Since past few years, employment in India is at its best; never mind the insecurity that dangles over the Indian economy. Though the mushrooming of private sectors has produced plenty of employment opportunities for youths, but the pressure and deadline are few traits that today’s corporate world expect from their employees. Keeping this thing in mind, there are many of us who aspire of attaining higher position in civil services. Civil Services not only offers job securities but also power, prestige, idealism and ability to change the system from within. As far as Civil Services are concerned, IPS has no analogous in terms of above mentioned traits. Like IAS, IPS too makes an integral part of the Indian system. IPS comprises of higher level police officials, especially concerned with the maintenance of law and order across the Country. But, IPS service has an outer surface that reflects only few attributes like comfortable job and numerous benefits. However, the job consists of massive challenges that require a perfect skill to tackle.

Since past few years, employment in India is at its best; never mind the insecurity that dangles over the Indian economy. Though the mushrooming of private sectors has produced plenty of employment opportunities for youths, but the pressure and deadline are few traits that today’s corporate world expect from their employees. Keeping this thing in mind, there are many of us who aspire of attaining higher position in civil services. Civil Services not only offers job securities but also power, prestige, idealism and ability to change the system from within. As far as Civil Services are concerned, IPS has no analogous in terms of above mentioned traits. Like IAS, IPS too makes an integral part of the Indian system. IPS comprises of higher level police officials, especially concerned with the maintenance of law and order across the Country. But, IPS service has an outer surface that reflects only few attributes like comfortable job and numerous benefits. However, the job consists of massive challenges that require a perfect skill to tackle.

For applying IPS, candidates can go with either online mode or offline mode. If candidate is interested in the former mode, then he/she has to download the application form from the official website. Online application includes two stages i.e. a) registration 1 b) registration 2.

Post submission of personal details, students will be asked to print the SBI bank challan on A4 size paper. The printed pay slip is needed to proceed further by candidate in order to get the bank’s seal against Rs.50.

In offline mode, Students can get the application form any of the specified post offices through the country. The cost of the application form in offline mode is Rs.30. Next, students have to fill the form, complete and send it to the mentioned address before the last date.

Part A

PAPERS OF OBJECTIVE TYPE Paper I - (200 marks) Duration : Two hours

  • Current events of national and international importance
  • History of India and Indian National Movement
  • Indian and World Geography-Physical, Social, Economic Geography of India and the World.
  • Indian Polity and Governance – Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Public Policy, Rights Issues, etc.
  • Economic and Social Development-Sustainable Development, Poverty, Inclusion, Demographics, Social Sector Initiatives, etc.
  • General issues on Environmental ecology, Bio-diversity and Climate Change that do not require subject specialization
  • General Science.
    PARTICULARS IMPORTANT DATES
    Start date of Online Registration  
    Last date for registration of online application  
    Payment of fees  
    Exam date  

     

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER