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Director General Of Police Aloke B Lal talks about Indian Police Service course, what is Indian Police Service and other details about a Career in Indian Police Service.







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Aloke B Lal | Director General Of Police | Indian Police Service






What is Indian Police Service?


Indian Police Service is a great Career option. One should first understand What a Career in Indian Police Service entails before investing time and effort to figure out How to start a Career in Indian Police Service. While anyone can have an opinion on what Indian Police Service entails; only a real professional can really explain it.

Director General Of Police Aloke B Lal has worked in Indian Police Service for 37 years. Here is how Director General Of Police Aloke B Lal detailed Indian Police Service:

The Indian Police Service or IPS, is one of the three all India Services of the Government of India.The service is not a force itself but provides leaders and commanders to staff the state police and all-India Central Armed Police Forces.





How Director General Of Police Aloke B Lal got into Indian Police Service?


I served in the IPS for 37 years. I did my M Tech from IIT Rorkee in 1974. After that I appeared for the Union Public Service, conducted examination and succeeded in entering the service I was appearing for, the Indian Police Services.





Director General Of Police Aloke B Lal's Talk on Indian Police Service



Starts with what is:
     1) Indian Police Service  

Next, it covers Education. This Talk is unique because it talks about Education in terms of things which can be learnt from books, to excel at a Career in Indian Police Service and not as a list of Qualifications, which one needs to get into Indian Police Service. It defines Education in terms of following items for Indian Police Service:
     2) Law  
     3) Management  
     4) Psychology  
     5) General Awareness  

Then, the Talk focuses on the most important component that is Skills. Sills and success in Indian Police Service go hand in hand. One needs to get a hold of essential skills. It defines Skills in terms of following items for Indian Police Service:
     6) Leadership  
     7) Communication  
     8) Understanding of Social and Socio-Political Trends   
     9) Dealing With Congregations  

Positives of Indian Police Service are quite interesting. The Talk discusses following Positives of Indian Police Service:
     10) Excellent Opportunity to Serve People   
     11) Diverse Opportunities   
     12) Satisfaction   
     13) Internal Security   

Challenges are the other side of Positives and Indian Police Service is no exception:
     14) Extraneous Influences   
     15) Negative Public Perception   
     16) Family Neglected   

In the final section of the Talk, Aloke B Lal talks about How a day goes in a Career in:
     17) Indian Police Service  





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Director General Of Police Aloke B Lal's LifePage:


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LifePage Career Talk on Indian Police Service


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https://www.lifepage.in/careers/indian-police-service-2


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https://lifepage.app.link/20161029-0001


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