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20th June 2017, 07:14 PM
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Which course should I pursue after PUC to become a Police Officer?


I have completed my second PUC with 70% in PCMS. Now, which course should I take to become a Police Officer?




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20th June 2017, 10:13 PM
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Default Re: Which course should I pursue after PUC to become a Police Officer?

In order to become Police Officer, you are required to follow certain eligibility criteria.

The basic educational qualification required to be eligible is as follows. You must have completed Graduation or Bachelor Degree in any discipline from a recognized university.

As you are done with PUC with 70% marks in PCMS, I suggest you to go ahead with B.E/ B.Tech or some other equivalent traditional courses.

As Graduation in any stream is allowed, I suggest you to pursue any one of the above mentioned courses to be eligible.

Before that, I suggest you to analyse the skills that you have and choose the best stream based on your achievements.




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22nd June 2017, 04:27 AM
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You should complete your graduation degree first of all in order to be eligible to appear for IAS and IPS examination. Once you clear the written examination, you will have to clear SSB rounds and after that you can avail the job post of a Police Officer.

Gradually with experience and hard work, you can move up the posts and become a commissioner and DIG, etc.




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22nd June 2017, 04:28 AM
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Default Re: Which course should I pursue after PUC to become a Police Officer?

You should complete your graduation degree first of all in order to be eligible to appear for IAS and IPS examination. Once you clear the written examination, you will have to clear SSB rounds and after that you can avail the job post of a Police Officer.

Gradually with experience and hard work, you can move up the posts and become a commissioner and DIG, etc.
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22nd June 2017, 02:25 PM
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I have completed my second PUC with 70% in PCMS. Now, which course should I take to become a Police Officer?

You can study, graduation in any stream to become a Police Officer in the future. Minimum qualifications required for the post of Sub Inspector of Police is a bachelorís degree in any discipline. You should be physically fit with at least 167 cm in height for the SI post. You have to apply for the post when the notifications are out. To get a job, you have to clear written test, physical endurance test and a personal interview. Therefore, you have to study any degree to become a Sub Inspector of Police.
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22nd June 2017, 11:49 PM
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I have completed my second PUC with 70% in PCMS. Now, which course should I take to become a Police Officer?
After 12th standard, you can choose B.Sc in Botany to become a IPS officer.

IPS stands for Indian Police Service. IPS exam is conducted by UPSC through civil service exam.

If you have completed graduation in any discipline from a recognized University then you are eligible for IPS exam.Your age should be in between 21 to 32 years for general candidates.

Age relaxation is given below -

5 years relaxation for SC/ST candidates
3 years relaxation for OBC Candidates
10 years relaxation for PHC candidates
5 years relaxation for Ex-serviceman
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