28th September 2015, 11:32 AM
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What can I do to become a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP)?


Goup 1 civil service exam select for many department officers. But i want only deputy superintendent of police posting. What can i do for dsp post. Which one is basic for after success for civil service group 1 exam. Plz clarify my doubt please imminently.
 
28th September 2015, 05:01 PM
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Default Re: What can I do to become a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP)?

The procedure to become the DSP is same as like IAS, IPS, IFS but only vary on the basis of the rank in the civil services examination.

So to become DSP you have to qualify in the Civil Services examination conducted by the UPSC every year. The examination is conducted in the three stages and the candidates have to qualify in all the stages for the final selection in the job.

The application form for the examination is released every year in the month of May and the examination is conducted in the month of August for the first stage. For more information about the examination visit at the www.upsc.gov.in.
 
28th September 2015, 05:15 PM
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Default Re: What can I do to become a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP)?

DSP stands for Deputy Suprintendent of Police.

The candidate who wishes to become a deputy superintendent of police have to sit for a open competitive examination conducted by State Public Service Commission or Union Public Service commission.

The eligibility criteria for Civil Services Exam are following:-

-The candidate must be a citizen of India.

-The candidate should have completed graduation in any discipline from recognized college or university with any percentage.

-The candidate age should be in between 21 years to 30 years for general category.Age is relaxed for OBC by 3 years and 5 years for SC/ST candidates.

-The selection procedure consists of three stages,namely;

* Preliminary Examination (Objective Type),

* Mains Examination (Conventional Type),

* Personal Interview & Group Discussion.

The candidate who get selected for IPS is kept under a probation period as an SP of a district in the state in which the candidate has been allocated.After the probation period of two years,the candidate is confirmed as a district superintendent of police.
 
20th May 2016, 01:49 PM
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Default Re: What can I do to become a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP)?

Which is the most appropriate graduation course for being an DSP ?


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Default Re: What can I do to become a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP)?

After completing my 12 what i have to do for sp post
 
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