Union Public Service Commission: UPSC conducts recruitment drives every year for recruitment to the prestigious services of the country. Under this recruitment drive, UPSC recruits for the posts of IAS, IPS, IFS and other officers. For which the exam is organized by UPSC. Lakhs of candidates apply in the exam conducted by UPSC. Some of whom can become officers.
There are many services in the civil services, for which candidates are selected. The services we are talking about today include IAS, IPS and IFS services.
IAS (Indian Administrative Service)
The selected candidate in IAS gets an opportunity to work in different ministries, departments of administration. The highest post for an IAS officer is the Cabinet Secretary. IAS officers get great salary. According to the 7th Pay Commission, the basic salary of an IAS officer can be Rs 56,100. Apart from this, he is also given other allowances and facilities including traveling allowance and dearness allowance.
IPS (Indian Police Service)
The selected candidate in IPS gets to maintain law and order. Candidates are promoted as SP, IG, DGP. It is the responsibility of the IPS officer to maintain law and order in the area of his posting. IPS officer basic salary starts from Rs 56,100 per month. IPS officers get many facilities like healthcare services, residence, service quarters.
IFS (Indian Foreign Service)
Candidates selected in IFS have to serve in the Ministry of External Affairs. The work of an IFS officer is to handle diplomatic matters and bilateral matters. Every year around 10 to 15 candidates are selected for these posts. The salary and allowances of an IFS officer depend on the place where he is posted. Special foreign allowance is provided to the officers posted outside the country.
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