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IPS is an Indian Police Services. If you want to become a IPS, You have to qualify and got a good score in following tests those are as follows:

--->> Preliminary Exam
--->> Mains Exam
--->> Interview

Preliminary Exam: Preliminary exam consist two papers those are as follows paper-I is General Studies, Paper-II CSAT.

For Preliminary Exam, You should have a good grip on following subjects for preliminary exam those are as follows. For Paper-I, History, Economy, Polity, Geography, General Science, Ecology and Biodiversity

For Paper -II, Logical Reasoning, Language Comprehension, Numerical Ability.

Mains exam consist 9 descriptive papers, those are as follows: Nine Descriptive Papers are as follows

--->> Paper-I Indian Language
--->> Paper-II English
--->> Paper-III Essay Writing
--->> Paper-IV & V are General Studies
--->> Paper-VI,VII ,VIII & IX are Optional Papers

For Optional Papers, You have to choose two optional subjects among 25 Subjects.

you have to prepare for above papers for IPS preliminary and Mains Exam.

For Preparation, You have to reffer NCERT Books, These Books are very useful for your preparation.
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Hello sir,

IPS: Indian Police Service

>> It is very Prestigious service of the India.

>> Conducted by UPSC govt. which is a civil services examination.

Eligibility:
>> Age should between 21 to 30 years.

>> 33 year age for OBS

>> 35 year age for SC/ST candidates.

>> Higher secondary passed.

>> Max. no. of attempts are 4 for open.
- 7 for OBC
- there is no limit for SC/ST candidates.

>> Examination Patern:

1.) Preliminary examination
2.) Main Examination
3.) Personal Interview.

Syllabus of Preliminary exam:

General studies:General Studies covered following subjects:

History of India
Indian National Movement
General mental ability
Indian and world geography
Current events of national
International importance
Indian polity and economy

Optional subjects:
  1. Agriculture
  2. Animal husbandry and veterinary science
  3. Botany
  4. Chemistry
  5. Civil Engineering
  6. Commerce

::: Main Examination Syllabus :::
  1. Paper-I Indian Language
  2. Paper-II English
  3. Paper-III Essay Writing
  4. Paper-IV & V are General Studies
  5. Paper-VI,VII ,VIII & IX are Optional Papers

All the best.
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26th August 2012, 10:27 PM
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IPS stands for Indian Police Services conducted by UPSC in every year.

Educational Qualification For IPS-

Those candidate completed his graduation are eligible for IPS.


Exam Pattern
Preliminary Exam
Mains Exam
Interview

Here is a list of all the optional subjects:
Psychology
Agriculture
Botany
Commerce
Economics
Geography
Indian History
Law
Civil Engineering
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Medical Science
Philosophy
Physics
Electrical Engineering
Political Science
Geology
Public Administration
Sociology
Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science
Chemistry
Statistics
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26th August 2012, 10:28 PM
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IPS stands for Indian Police Services conducted by UPSC in every year.

Educational Qualification For IPS-

Those candidate completed his graduation are eligible for IPS.


Exam Pattern
Preliminary Exam
Mains Exam
Interview

Here is a list of all the optional subjects:
Psychology
Agriculture
Botany
Commerce
Economics
Geography
Indian History
Law
Civil Engineering
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Medical Science
Philosophy
Physics
Electrical Engineering
Political Science
Geology
Public Administration
Sociology
Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science
Chemistry
Statistics
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26th August 2012, 10:32 PM
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IPS - Indian Police Service
To became an IPS officer,one should clear the following rounds.
There are three rounds,
*Preliminary examination
*Main examination
*Interview
For these three rounds they provide some criteria,which should be followed.

Preliminary examination:
There are two papers in this round.
Paper-1:General Studies
In this paper you need to have some knowledge about the following,(mainly day to day issues)
-> current events,
-> History of India,
-> Global and Indian geography,
-> Indian economics ,
-> polity.

Paper-2:Optional Subject
Each candidate has to choose one subject from a list(provided below).This optional subject depends on the type of job that the candidate wants to take as an IAS officer.
List of subjects:
-Psychology
- Agriculture
-Botany
- Commerce
-Economics
- Geography
-Indian History
- Law
-Civil Engineering
- Mathematics
-Mechanical Engineering
- Medical Science
-Philosophy
- Physics
-Electrical Engineering
- Political Science
-Geology
- Public Administration
-Sociology
-Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science
-Chemistry- Statistics

Main examination:
In Main examination there are 9 papers.
Paper-1:Indian Language Exam
The candidate will have to choose one out of 22 scheduled languages,
Hindi Sanskrit Urdu English
Russian Chinese German Persian
French Nepali Arabic Gujarati
Marathi Kashmiri Bengali Punjabi
Assamese Dogri Manipuri Santali
Konkani Pali Bodo Sindhi
Telugu Oriya Kannada Malayalam
Tamil Maithili

Paper-2:General English(English skills)
Paper-3:Essay(on any given topic)
Paper-4:General Studies I(history,culture,polity,current issues)
Paper-5:General Studies II(general knowledge and awareness)
Paper-6,7,8,9:Optional Subjects

Interview:
The candidates who cleared the above exams are called for the interview.In that interview they may ask the following questions,
1.Meaning of your name/About a person who has same name as yours?
2.About your career choice?
3.Recent current topics.
4.About your academic record and some more.

Some requirements are need to be fulfilled in order to complete the training successfully.They are
1.A weekly run of 10 kilometres in 60 minutes.
2.Horse riding, rock climbing, assault courses.
3.Route march of 25 k.m.
4.PT obstacles.
5.Rope climbing etc.

Later they divide into two categories,Technical and Non-Technical.
So,do hard work to sustain in job.


Everything is possible with strong attitude and hard work.
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26th August 2012, 11:03 PM
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Dear Friend,

* IPS Stands for "Indian Police Services".

* To become an IPS officer , you must have to crack the civil services examination which is conducted every year by the Union Public Service Commission.

The Civil Services Examination is conducted in three phases :

* Preliminary Exam

* Mains Exam

* Interview Test

In Preliminary Exam , the examination is held in two papers :

1) Paper 1 Subjects :

History, Political Science, Economics, General Science.

2) Paper 2 Subjects :

English, General Knowledge, Indian Language, Essay Writing and 4 optional subjects that you can choose .

You can find the best books and information about the same here : http://www,onestopias.com

This is the information i have to the best of my knowledge regarding your query. Hope the information will help you to the extent you want.
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26th August 2012, 11:23 PM
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->IPS exam is conducted by UPSC. There are some criteria you have to follow for appearing in IPS exam.This exam is conduct through Civil Service Exam .

->Those candidate have completed graduation in any discipline from recognized university are eligible for IPS exam.

->But your age should be in between 21-30years for general candidate.
In IPS exam their is provide age relaxation for OBC candidate is 3years and for SC/ST candidate is 5 years.

->The maximum attempts for Sc/ST candidate is Unlimited. For OBC candidate it is 7 years and for general candidate it will be 5 years.Also you must be citizen of India.


Subjects for IPS:

-Agriculture
-Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science
-Anthropology
-Botany
-Chemistry
-Civil Engineering
-Commerce & Accountancy
-Economics
-Electrical Engineering
-Geography
-Geology
-History
-Law
-Arabic
-Assamese
-Bengali
-Bodo
-Chinese
-Dogri
-English

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.

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

Nasal- candidate should not stammer while speaking.
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27th August 2012, 12:01 AM
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hi,
here is the whole process for
IPS (Indian Police Service)

To appear in IPS exam you should be graduate.

There are Civil Services exam conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) for IPS.

Eligibility :- 21 years must be completed on 1st August of the year, which a candidate is appearing. Maximum 30 for
general category, 33 for OBCs and 35 for SCs/STs . Ex-servicemen will get 5 more years

Attempts:- Four attempts for open, seven for OBCs and no limit for SCs/STs. If a person appears in the Preliminary Examination or even one paper is counted as an attempt.

Physical Standard:-

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.

Exam Pattern :- There are two stages--

Preliminary Exam-- It is of objective type, which is a qualifying exam
Main Exam -- It consists of written examination and interview.

prepare well..
best of luck..
thanks..
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27th August 2012, 12:18 AM
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hi,
here is the whole process for
IPS (Indian Police Service)

To appear in IPS exam you should be graduate.

There are Civil Services exam conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) for IPS.

Eligibility :- 21 years must be completed on 1st August of the year, which a candidate is appearing. Maximum 30 for
general category, 33 for OBCs and 35 for SCs/STs . Ex-servicemen will get 5 more years

Attempts:- Four attempts for open, seven for OBCs and no limit for SCs/STs. If a person appears in the Preliminary Examination or even one paper is counted as an attempt.

Physical Standard:-

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.

Exam Pattern :- There are two stages--

Preliminary Exam-- It is of objective type, which is a qualifying exam
Main Exam -- It consists of written examination and interview.

prepare well..
best of luck..
thanks..
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27th August 2012, 01:01 AM
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hi..
IPS stands for Indian Police Services. If you want to become a IPS, You have to qualify and got a good score in following tests.. .
Preliminary Exam: it consist two papers those are as follows paper-I is General Studies, Paper-II CSAT.
Subjects for preliminary exam those are as follows. For Paper-I, History, Economy, Polity, Geography, General Science, Ecology and Biodiversity
for Paper -II, Logical Reasoning, Language Comprehension, Numerical Ability.
Mains exam consist 9 descriptive papers, those are as follows
Paper-I Indian Language
Paper-II English
Paper-III Essay Writing
Paper-IV & V are General Studies
Paper-VI,VII ,VIII & IX are Optional Papers
you have to prepare for above papers for IPS preliminary and Mains Exam.
For your better result, You have to refer NCERT Books, These Books are very useful for your preparation.
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27th August 2012, 08:27 PM
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hi....!!!!

-->The Indian Police Service simply known as Indian Police or IPS, is one of the three All India Services civil services of the Government of India.

-->In 1948, a year after India gained independence from Britain, the Imperial Police (IP) was replaced by the Indian Police Service.

-->The IPS is not a law enforcement agency; rather it is a civil service in which officers are selected on the basis of professional merit as proven by competitive examinations, and to which all senior police officers are professionally identified.

-->Police officers are employed by the police departments of respective states of India.

Details of IPS:-

Course Name:-

Implementing Cisco Intrusion Prevention Systems v5.0 (see IPS/HIPS)

Course Description:-

Course Fee: $2,795.00

Given an example of Cisco's defense in depth, the learner will explain how Cisco IPS protects network devices from attacks. Given an IPS sensor appliance, the learner will install the appliance in the network and initialize it. Use IDM to configure basic sensor settings. The learner will use IDM to configure built-in signatures to meet the requirements of a given security policy.

Associated Certification:-
CCSP

Number of Days:-
5 days,Classroom

Who should Attend:-
Channel Partner / Reseller
Customer
Employee

Course Content:-

Given an example of Cisco's defense in depth, the learner will explain how Cisco IPS protects network devices from attacks. Given an IPS sensor appliance, the learner will install the appliance in the network and initialize it. Use IDM to configure basic sensor settings. The learner will use IDM to configure built-in signatures to meet the requirements of a given security policy. The learner will describe the functions of signature engines and their parameters. The learner will use IDM to tune and create signatures to meet the requirements of a given security policy. Given a scenario, the learner will use IDM to tune a sensor to work optimally in the network. Given a scenario, the learner will use the Monitoring Center for Security and Cisco Threat Response to maximize alarm management efficiency. The learner will explain blocking concepts and use IDM to configure blocking for a given scenario. The learner will install the NM-CIDS in a router and initialize it. The learner will install the module in a Cisco Catalyst 6500 Switch and initialize it. The learner will use a Cisco Catalyst 6500 Switch to capture network traffic for intrusion prevention analysis. The learner will install and recover the sensor software image and perform service pack and signature updates. The learner will use the CLI and IDM to verify system configuration.

Prerequisites:-

Students who attend this advanced course must have experience in configuring Cisco IOS software and have met the following prerequisites: Certification as a CCNA or the equivalent knowledge. Basic knowledge of the Windows operating system Familiarity with the networking and security terms and concepts.

Couse Outline:-


Lesson 1 Course Introduction Lesson
Lesson 2 Security Fundamentals Lesson
Lesson 3 Intrusion Prevention Overview Lesson
Lesson 4 Getting Started with the IDS Command Line Interface Lesson
Lesson 5 Using IDM Lesson
Lesson 6 Basic Sensor Configuration Lesson
Lesson 7 Cisco Intrusion Detection System Alarms and Signatures Lesson
Lesson 8 Signature Engines Lesson
Lesson 9 Signature Configuration Lesson
Lesson 10 Sensor Tuning Lesson
Lesson 11 Alarm Monitoring and Management Lesson
Lesson 12 Blocking Configuration Lesson
Lesson 13 Cisco Intrusion Detection System Network Module Lesson
Lesson 14 Intrusion Detection System Module Configuration Lesson
Lesson 15 Capturing Network Traffic for Intrusion Detection Systems Lesson
Lesson 16 Sensor Maintenance Lesson
Lesson 17 Verifying System Configuration

Coaching centers for IPS:-


Prabha IAS Academy

Vajiram & Ravi Institute for Civil Services

Shankar IAS academy

Lakshya IAS academy

A.A.Shah's IAS institute ,Mumbai

Paradigm IAS academy,Pune

Paradigm IAS academy,mumbai

Paradigm IAS academy,navi mumbai

Paradigm IAS academy,maharashtra

Mumbai institute of civil service




Following are the books for IPS















-->for more information you can call on the following no.:-
Call for info: 949-477-2000

-->you can also visit:
-
www.upsc.gov.in

all the best....go ahead and work hard!!!

Regards
Guri Kaur
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31st August 2012, 01:24 PM
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IPS stands for Indian Police Service this exam is conducted by UPSC every year.

Eligibility and Criteria:

A candidate must have completed their graduation Degree in any DEcipline (B.A, B.com, B.E ) with atlest 55% from recognise universities.Final year students are also applicable.

Age Limit:
  • General category student:- 21-30 years.
  • OBC relaxation in upper age +3 years.
  • SC/ST relaxation in upper age +5 years.
Subjects for IPS:
  • Geography
  • Geology
  • History
  • Law
  • Arabic
  • Assamese
  • Bengali
  • Agriculture
  • Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science
  • Anthropology
  • Botany
  • Chemistry
  • Civil Engineering
  • Commerce & Accountancy
  • Economics
  • Electrical Engineering
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30th June 2013, 10:57 PM
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dear friend.....


subjects are needed to become an IPS
---------------------------------


1.Civil Engineering
2.Agriculture
3.Philosophy
4.Geography
5.Public Administration
6.Animal Husbandry
7.Veterinary Science
8.Mathematics
9.Agriculture
10.Mathematics
11.Statistics
12.Indian History
13.Commerce
14.Philosophy
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1st July 2013, 05:23 PM
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subjects to become an ips
please send me the details
dear dont worry about this
there are no fix criteria for ips exam
for ips exam you should be graduate with any term . and for ips exam the choice is your in which sub. you give the exam .
for ips exam this exam conduct by upsc every year .
qualification
simply graduate no percentage required for this .
age
for general - 21 to 30 year
for obc - 21 to 33 year
for sc/st - 21 to 35 year

no of attempt
for general - 4 time
for obc - 7 time
for sc/st - no limit

for this exam you should be indian first .
thanks and best of luck
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19th August 2013, 05:36 PM
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HELLO FRIENDS.......
IPS: Indian Police Service..
Preliminary examination:
There are two papers in this round.
Paper-1:General Studies
In this paper you need to have some knowledge about the following,(mainly day to day issues)
-> current events,
-> History of India,
-> Global and Indian geography,
-> Indian economics ,
-> polity.

Paper-2:Optional Subject
Each candidate has to choose one subject from a list(provided below).This optional subject depends on the type of job that the candidate wants to take as an IAS officer.
List of subjects:
-Psychology

- Agriculture

-Botany

- Commerce

-Economics

- Geography

-Indian History

- Law

-Civil Engineering

- Mathematics

-Mechanical Engineering

- Medical Science

-Philosophy

- Physics

-Electrical Engineering

- Political Science

-Geology

- Public Administration

-Sociology
-Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science
-Chemistry- Statistics

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.

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


.................
Coaching centers for IPS:-


Prabha IAS Academy

Vajiram & Ravi Institute for Civil Services

Shankar IAS academy

Lakshya IAS academy

A.A.Shah's IAS institute ,Mumbai

Paradigm IAS academy,Pune

Paradigm IAS academy,mumbai

Paradigm IAS academy,navi mumbai

Paradigm IAS academy,maharashtra

Mumbai institute of civil service


..........::: Main Examination Syllabus :::

Paper-I Indian Language
Paper-II English
Paper-III Essay Writing
Paper-IV & V are General Studies
Paper-VI,VII ,VIII & IX are Optional Papers


All the best.

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25th August 2013, 07:54 PM
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IPS is an Indian Police Services. If you want to become a IPS, You have to qualify and got a good score in following tests those are as follows:

--->> Preliminary Exam
--->> Mains Exam
--->> Interview

Preliminary Exam: Preliminary exam consist two papers those are as follows paper-I is General Studies, Paper-II CSAT.

For Preliminary Exam, You should have a good grip on following subjects for preliminary exam those are as follows. For Paper-I, History, Economy, Polity, Geography, General Science, Ecology and Biodiversity

For Paper -II, Logical Reasoning, Language Comprehension, Numerical Ability.

Mains exam consist 9 descriptive papers, those are as follows: Nine Descriptive Papers are as follows

--->> Paper-I Indian Language
--->> Paper-II English
--->> Paper-III Essay Writing
--->> Paper-IV & V are General Studies
--->> Paper-VI,VII ,VIII & IX are Optional Papers

For Optional Papers, You have to choose two optional subjects among 25 Subjects.

you have to prepare for above papers for IPS preliminary and Mains Exam.

For Preparation, You have to reffer NCERT Books, These Books are very useful for your preparation.
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