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Ashish Gupta

Ashish Gupta

Asked on 14 January, 2020

What the exam is called and on what basis it is conducted?

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To get recruited for Indian Police Service, candidates must clear UPSC Civil Services Examination. Selected candidates undergo training at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie and later at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy (SVPNP), Hyderabad. To become IPS officers, they must clear Phase-I training/Basic Course comprising various subjects at SVPNPA, complete District Practical Training, and then clear Phase-II training at SVPNPA.

Devraj Nagar

Devraj Nagar

Asked on 8 July, 2018

Can you name the failed officers?

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No, we cannot name the officers who couldn't clear the IPS exams as the academy won't make the name public. The list of result is for administrative and official purpose and only the concerned department has the right to know the names.

Rajanikanth Sharma

Rajanikanth Sharma

Asked on 8 July, 2018

Will they fulfill their duties?

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Yes, they will serve as an IPS officer until they will clear the exam in three attempts. The exams conducted by Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy will give the officers three chances to prove themselves. They have been posted on the field after one failed attempt but if they will not clear in the third attempt, they will be removed.

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