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11th December 2014, 06:55 PM
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Detailed information about relaxation for Handicapped candidates in IAS and IPS recruitment?


Hello
if a person has not some teeth but duplicate is in use and his two fingers in two hands are bent
but he is capable to do any work with hand ind is able to speak
can he become ias or ips officer
and if ips not then handicapped reservation in ias wiil given or not




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13th December 2014, 01:27 AM
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Default Re: Detailed information about relaxation for Handicapped candidates in IAS and IPS recruitment?

Regarding IAS eligibility for Handicapped candidates:

Yes, you can surely become an IAS officer as you wish after completing your graduation and meeting the requirements:

Benefits enjoyed by a PD(Physically Disabled) candidate

1. You will be given extra time for completing the examination.

2. You have maximum age relaxation to write the exam.

3. You have a 3% age relaxation for according to the Disability Act 1995.

Note: You should have 40% or more disability to be eligible to get reserved under the reserved category

You further need two or more physical requirements / abilities to perform daily duties of the Allotted services:

1. Work performed by manipulating(with fingers).

2. Work performed by pulling or pushing.

3. Work performed by lifting.

4. Work performed by kneeling and crouching.

5. Work performed by bending.

6. Work performed by sitting on bench/chair.

7. Work performed by standing.

8. Work performed by walking.

9. Word performed by seeing.

10. Work performed by hearing or listening.

11. Work performed by reading or writing.

You should satisfy two or more of the above mentioned list according to the panel decision you need to meet the requirements.


Regarding IPS eligibility for Handicapped candidates

As per the recruitment policy, a physically handicapped candidate is not eligible for IPS exam.

A candidate willing to appear for IPS exam should be medically fit.

Medical fitness criteria for IPS exam includes

. Height: Male- 165cm Pahari Male(General also) and ST(not the SC/OBC) - 160 cm.

Female: 150 cm Pahari Female (general also) and ST(not the SC/OBC) - 145cm.

. Chest: Male minimum 84 cm, expansion 5 cm.
Female minimum 79cm, expansion 5cm.

. Eye sight: 6/6 or 6/9 for good eye.
6/12 or 6/9 for worst eye.
Near vision J 1 for good eyeand J 2 for worst eye.

. 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 and normal ear cavity, 1000-4000 frequency, hearing impairment not more than 30 decibels.

. Nasal: Candidate should not stammer while speaking.

For more details visit the site mentioned below;

www.upsc.gov.in
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13th December 2014, 08:16 AM
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Default Re: Detailed information about relaxation for Handicapped candidates in IAS and IPS recruitment?

Hi,
Physically challenged candidates have a good scope to prove themselves in UPSC exams. UPSC gives them relaxation in terms of Age.

Physically challenged persons are given upper age limit relaxation of upto 10 years.

Every one can clear this exam who have a great goal and works hard to succeed in it.
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Default Re: Detailed information about relaxation for Handicapped candidates in IAS and IPS recruitment?

Dear Sir,
I am a handicap boy with both my legs with 55% disability. Can I be a District Magistrate? please tell me. I want to be an District Magistrate.
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27th May 2019, 11:28 PM
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Default Re: Detailed information about relaxation for Handicapped candidates in IAS and IPS recruitment?

Sir, I have hear problem in both ear about 50%,can I become IPS officer ?
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