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DGP T K Rajendran named head of Tamil Nadu police

Incumbent Director General of Police (Intelligence) T K Rajendran has been named head of the State police force by the Tamil Nadu government.

UPSC Civil Services Exam 2018 likely to be held on June 3

UPSC Civil Services Exam 2018 likely to be held on June 3

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is likely to conduct the civil services preliminary examination 2018 on June 3. The application for which will be obtainable by February 7.

UPSC to share competitive exams scores online to boost hiring

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has decided to share online scores of candidates taking competitive exams.

Police officer Sanjiv Tyagi's father shot dead in Ghaziabad

Indian Police Service (IPS) officer Sanjiv Tyagi`s father Ishwar Tyagi was shot dead in the Kavi Nagar area of Ghaziabad on Thursday morning.

 

Govt to select 980 officers through civil services exam

Govt to select 980 officers through civil services exam

As many as 980 officers will be selected through civil services examination 2017, over 200 less than last year's intake, the government said today.

Meet Gujarat's first woman police chief - DGP Geetha Johri

Meet Gujarat's first woman police chief - DGP Geetha Johri

A 1982 batch Indian Police Service (IPS) Geetha Johri has been appointed as the first woman Director General of Police (DGP) of Gujarat on Tuesday, replacing PP Pandey, who resigned.

Government to hire 980 officers through civil services exams, lowest in 5 years

Government to hire 980 officers through civil services exams, lowest in 5 years

The government will hire 980 officers to fill up vacancies in the prestigious IAS, IFS and IPS through civil services exam 2017, the lowest in the past five years.

Aspiring for civil services? Do it fast as UPSC may cut upper age limit

Aspiring for civil services? Do it fast as UPSC may cut upper age limit

The BS Baswan panel has reportedly recommended that “the age limit be reduced in a phased manner spread over several years and not in one go”.

Beat constables will be trained in using of computers: Kiran Bedi

Beat constables will be trained in using of computers: Kiran Bedi

Beat constables would be trained in using computers and the personnel would be trained in a phased manner to cover all the constables in a year`s time.

Haryana IPS officer has a job - to check cow smuggling, slaughter

Haryana government Tuesday entrusted IPS officer Bharti Arora with the task of supervising and monitoring the functioning of teams constituted in all the districts of the state to check slaughter and smuggling of cows.

 Not Bihar but Rajasthan is second-biggest contributor of IAS officers in country!

Not Bihar but Rajasthan is second-biggest contributor of IAS officers in country!

Almost everyone in India will provide you with the same answer when asked which state contributes the second-most number of Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officers in the country after UP.

UPSC makes public civil services mark sheets

UPSC makes public civil services mark sheets

The mark sheets of candidates who had appeared in civil services examinations have been disclosed by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).

20 central civil services up in arms against 'IAS supremacy'

A war of words has been going on between officers of IAS and those belonging to other central government services.

UPSC's civil services main exam to begin from December 18

The civil services main examination will be conducted in December this year.

UPSC exam reforms: Govt forms expert panel to review civil services test pattern

UPSC exam reforms: Govt forms expert panel to review civil services test pattern

An expert committee has been formed by the government to examine various issues related to age relaxation, eligibility, syllabus and pattern of civil services examination to select IAS and IPS officers.

Sacked IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt alleges victimisation in SC

Dismissed Gujarat Cadre IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt on Thursday told the Supreme Court that he was victimised and targeted by the state government, whose strategy was to shoot the messenger for his bold speaking about the handling of law and order situation during the riots of 2002.