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How to become a IPS officer after passing 12th with 64%

how can i become a ips officer after 12 th pass in 64 % now

15th June 2013, 03:28 PM
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You can become IPS officer after completing graduation. Graduation can be obtained in any discipline. No cut off marks is required to apply. UPSC carry out the selection process through written test, physical fitness test, and interview. The exam is usually conducted in the month of May.
15th June 2013, 10:53 PM
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Default Re: How to become a IPS officer after passing 12th with 64%

Eligibility Criteria :you eligibile this exam must done graduation.

1.Age limit-
21 years minimum
30 years maximum, 33 for OBCs and 35 for SCs/STs .

2.Number of Attempts

Four attempts for open, seven for OBCs and no limit for SCs/STs.

Minimum Physical Standard

The physical standards are important for the job profile and the rigorous training at the NPA, which includes weekly run for 10 k.m. in 60 minutes, route march for 25 k.m. UAC, Horse riding, rock climbing, assault course, PT obstacles, rope climbing etc.

For IPS-

Height – Male 165 cm Pahari Male (general also) & ST (not the SC/ OBC) – 160 cm

Female 150 cm Pahari Female (general also) & ST (not SC/ OBC)- 145 cm

Chest – Male Minimum 84 cm. Expansion 5 cm.

Female Min 79 cm expansion 5 cm.

Eye sight – 6/6 or 6/9 distant vision for good eye. 6/12 or 6/9 for worst eye. Near vision J 1 for good eye. J2 for worst eye. The correction is by lenses
only. High standard for the Colour-blind test. No inherent night blindness. Vision should stereoscopic.

Blood pressure (High) – Age 23 – 123, age 24 – 124, age 25 –122, age 28 – 124, age 30 –125, age 32 – 126, age 34 – 127.

Ladies should not be pregnant at the time of Medical Test.

Ear- good listening & normal ear cavity. 1000 to 4000 frequency hearing impairment shd not be more than 30 decibels.
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