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IPS height and weight

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The IPS height and weight measures as follows

Table Content

1.         Introduction

2.         IPS height and weight

3.         Eyesight

4.         Upsc educational qualification for IPS

5.         Medical test after IPS exam

           

Introduction

Men must be at least 165 cm tall and women must be at least 150 cm tall. In the case of candidates belonging to ST and races such as Gorkhas, Garhwalias, Assamese, Kumauni's, Nagaland Tribal, etc., the minimum height is relaxable to 160 and 145 cm for men and women, respectively.

 

Candidates who are applying for the exam should verify that they meet all of the requirements for admission to the exam. Candidates will be chosen for the IPS examination only if they meet the eligibility requirements

For IPS selection, there is no such thing as a maximum weight, but they look for someone who is not differently abled and meets the physical qualifying criterion. You are an IPS officer if you pass the UPSC Civil Services Examination (CSE) and your rank places you in the IPS selection pool. The rest of your training will take place at the SVPNPA, where you will be required to maintain a certain level of physical condition.

 

You should be in good health, with a minimal height, good vision, and normal legs and heart. There are no physical endurance tests, such as running a certain distance in a certain amount of time, or clearing a long or high leap.

 

Training will begin after IPS has been cleared. There is, however, no specific physical endurance test.

A normal healthy human being can easily undergo IPS training including physical training.

IPS height and weight

Male

Female

Height

165 cm [For ST (except SC/ OBC) – 160 cm]

150 cm [For ST (except SC/ OBC)- 145 cm]

Chest

Minimum 84 cm. Expansion 5 cm

Min 79 cm expansion 5 cm

Eyesight

6/6 or 6/9 distant vision for good eye

6/12 or 6/9 for worst eye. Near vision J 1 for good eye. J2 for worst eye

Ps it’s a copy pasted information from website.

UPSC Educational Qualification Criteria for IPS

•           To take the UPSC exam, a candidate must have at least a bachelor's degree from a recognised university.

•           Candidates who have written the qualifying exam (bachelor's degree) final year examinations and are awaiting results are eligible to apply. Candidates who will take the final test are also eligible to take the UPSC preliminary examination. However, when applying for the IAS mains exam, these applicants must show proof of passing the exam.

•           In exceptional cases, the UPSC may allow a candidate who does not fall under the aforementioned categories if the candidate has passed an exam conducted by other institutions, the standard of which the UPSC is convinced justifies his/her admission to take the UPSC exam.

•           Those candidates with professional/technical qualifications which are recognized by the Government as equivalent to professional/technical degrees are also eligible.

•           Candidates who have not completed their internship by the time they apply for the UPSC Mains will be given provisional admission if they submit a copy of the certificate from the concerned University/institution authority stating that they have passed the required final professional medical examination MBBS. Such candidates will be required to present a document from the university/institution at the time of the interview stating that they have completed all of the criteria (including the internship) for the award of a medical degree.

Medical Tests After IAS Exam

After passing the civil services exam, a candidate would be subjected to a medical examination in accordance with UPSC norms. To be accepted into a service, an applicant must pass the board's medical examination. However, certain technical services (such as the Indian Police Service, the Railway Protection Force, DANIPS, PONDIPS, and the Indian Railway Traffic Service) require the candidate to meet specific special medical requirements in terms of height, chest, and other factors.

Physical Standards for IPS

Attribute

Male

Female

Height

165 cm

150 cm

Height (for ST, Gorkhas, Assamese, Kumaonis, Nagaland)

160 cm

145 cm

Chest girth fully expanded

84 cm

79 cm

Expansion

5 cm

5 cm

 

Standards for Distant and Near Vision for IPS

Attributes

Better eye (corrected vision)

Worse eye

Distant vision

6/6 or 6/9

6/12 or 6/9

Near vision

J1

J2

Types of corrections permitted

Spectacles, contact lens and refractive surgery like Lasik, ICL, IOL, etc.

Limits of refractive error permitted

No limit. However, the candidates who have Myopia of more than 6.00 D including spherical & cylindrical error should be referred to special Myopia Board. The board will examine the candidate for degenerative changes in the retina (indirect ophthalmoscopy as well as direct ophthalmoscopy) and if the macular area is healthy then the candidate should be declared fit. If the candidate is having only peripheral degenerative changes which can be treated then the candidate should be declared temporarily unfit till the candidate gets treated. However, if degenerative changes are only in the periphery and require no treatment then the candidate should be declared fit. The candidates who have myopia up to 6.00 D without any involvement of macular area of the retina then these candidates are fit and those who have macular degenerative changes will be declared unfit.

Colour vision requirements

High grade

Binocular vision needed

Yes

Squint

Unfit (Due to absence of binocular vision)

Note: High standard for the colour blind test. No inherent night blindness. Candidates’ vision should be stereoscopic.

Other Medical Requirements for IPS

IPS Eligibility Criteria – Blood Pressure

 

Systolic pressure

Diastolic pressure

Below 25 years

100 – 130 mm

< 90 mm

Above 25 years

110 – 140 mm

< 90 mm

 

Other requirements:

  • Nasal: candidate should not stutter while speaking
  • Ear: good listening and normal ear cavity; 1000 – 4000 frequency hearing impairment should not be more than 30 decibels
  • Female candidates should not be pregnant while at the time of the medical test.

 

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