IPS Full Form

What is the full form of IPS?

IAS full form is Indian Police Service and it is one of the three All India Services(IAS, IPS, IFoS).

Know About Indian Police Service(IPS)

The Indian Police Service(IPS) is the Indian Police Forces’ management cadre, and officers chosen as IPS provide leadership to the Indian Police Forces. IPS officers will work with both the federal government and the states.

The Indian Police Service was established in 1948, one year after India became independent.

During British rule, the Indian Police Service was referred to as the Indian Imperial Police.

Indian Police Service is regulated by the Ministry of Home Affairs.

To become an IPS officer, a candidate must pass the Union Public Services Commission’s Civil Services Examination (UPSC). Other services, such as the IAS, IRS, and IFoS, need the Civil Services Examination to apply. Every year, the UPSC conducts the Civil Services Examination.

  1. Which is highest post in IPS?

    The top rank of the Indian Police Service (IPS) is the Director General of Police(DGP) in each state and union territory. The state or UT police department is usually headed by a DGP, who is also known as the State Police Chief.

  2. What are the ways for being an IPS officer?

    By clearing the UPSC Civil Services Exam or by being appointed from a list of State Police Service Officers who are eligible for promotion.

  3. What is the salary of IPS officer per month?

    After 7th Pay Commission the salary of an IPS can range from Rs 56,100 per month to Rs 2,25,000 per month.

  4. What steps do I need to take to become an IPS officer?

    You must apply for the UPSC CSE exam in order to become an IPS Officer. To be considered for the training, you must also pass the preliminary, main, and interview exams. To become an IPS officer, an applicant must be an Indian resident.

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