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1)  Merin Joseph (IPS)

In the Kerala Cadre, Merin Joseph is one of the youngest and gorgeous IPS Officer. At the age of 25 in 2012, she cleared the UPSC Exam, before taking any district under her charge she gained popularity because her photos become viral as a beautiful Police Officer. In Ernakulam Rural District, Chengammanad station she completed her training. She got married in 2015 to a Kottayam based psychiatrist Chris Abraham. If someone needs her anytime, she remains available for them on call 24 hours.

2)  Kanchan Chaudhary Bhattacharya (IPS)

Kanchan Chaudhary Bhattacharya belongs to Himachal Pradesh. From Indraprastha College, she completed her post-graduation in English Literature. She is the first female IPS officer who becomes the Director General of Police. For being an outstanding achiever she was awarded the President’s medal and Rajiv Gandhi Award. She meets almost 50 persons a day as an average and talk to them to understand their problems. After retirement in 2007, she wins the general election of 2014 from Haridwar then after she joined AAP.

3)  Meera Borwankar (IPS)

Meera Borwankar becomes the IPS Officer in 1981 of the Maharashtra Cadre. In 1993-95 she served as Deputy Commissioner of Police in Mumbai and was posted on the state CID crime branch. She is famous as a ‘Lady Supercop’ after arresting the gang of Chota Rajan and Daud Ibrahim. Her Instant ongoing task is to arrest the gangsters some of them like Abu Saleem and his gang partners Tariq Parvin and Iqbal Mirchi from Dubai, Sharmila Shanbhag from Germany, and Monica Bedi from Portugal.

4) Sanjukta Parashar (IPS)

Sanjukta in Assam is the first woman appointed as an IPS Officer. From Indraprastha Colledge, she completed her graduation in Political Science. In Assam for the criminals and militants, she has been a nightmare. For her immense courage and incredible work of fighting against the Bodo militants of Assam, she is in Headlines. She is married to an IPS Officer Puru Gupta.  

5) Vimla Mehra (IPS)

Vimla an IPS Officer is the first female who achieves the post of Special Commissioner Police of the Country. The Women helpline no. 1091 is launched by her along with promoting self-defense programs for them. In the year 2012, After Kiran Bedi, she is the second officer who headed Tihar Jail as Director-General.

6) Vijayanta Goyal Arya (IPS)

Vijayanta Goyal Arya an IPS officer and Deputy Commissioner of Police, South Delhi. she has spoken up about the many ways in which women officers feel unsafe or helpless on the job, even in the police force, and outside on the streets during work. Her top agenda right now is to making public spaces safer for women and fighting for sexual harassment. She is now becoming an example for thousands of IPS aspirants and young people who wish to see change.

7)  Archana Ramasundaram (IPS)

Archana Ramasundaram an IPS Officer, in 2016 she became the first woman to be appointed as the Director-General of the Sashastra Seema Bal, India’s paramilitary force based in Nepal and Bhutan borders. Her present job is to intervene in transborder crimes like trafficking and to monitor. Under her supervision, four new check-posts in Bihar and West Bengal have been built-up.

8) R. Sreelakha (IPS)

R. Sreelakha becomes the first IPS from Kerala Cadre and gained the highest rank in 1987. After three years, she became the first female to become superintendent of police in the state and then she becomes the first woman to be given Director General of Police rank. In Kerala, a senior officer once remarked, “A lady has come to pollute the department.” And many persons told her that becoming a police officer meant she wouldn’t find a partner. But she overcomes all this and battle for the other women to have the same opportunity she had and pushed for the police force for recruiting more women.

9) Sonia Narang (IPS)

Sonia Narang an IPS officer has been promoted to the rank of Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) in the Crime Investigation Department (CID), the premier investigation agency that is handling many important cases. She born in Chandigarh and graduated in 1999 from Punjab University and in sociology, she is a gold medalist. She is prominent in Karnataka for honest manner and straightforward in which she has resolved many cases, and her zero tolerance for trouble makers, she believes that “all are equal before the law”.

10) Rema Rajeshwari (IPS)

Rema Rajeshwari is an Indian Police Service officer serving in Telangana. She wields her baton and pen with equal ease. From Munnar, Kerala she is the first female IPS officer an IPS topper of 2009, she held multiple challenging and dynamic positions. She empowers women to emerge as leaders and to break gender stereotypes.

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1) Anna Rajam Malhotra (IAS)

After clearing the civil services examination, when Anna Rajam Malhotra appeared for an interview the panelists suggest her to join Foreign Services or Central Services as they were more suitable for a woman and discouraged her from joining the Indian Administrative Services. But she became India’s 1st IAS Officer by stood her ground. In Mumbai, She worked with Rajiv Gandhi and performs an important role in building India’s first computerized port, Nhava Sheva.

2) Smiti Sambharwal (IAS)

An IAS Officer, Smiti Sambharwal one of the Dynamic and efficient lady also known as “People’s Officers” for addressing citizen issues by involving people and for her extraordinary work in Chittoor, Warangal, Vizag, and Karimnagar. At 4th rank, she cracks the IAS Exam. Smita got married to Akum Sabharwal an IPS officer, also from the Telangana cadre. She says that everyone should do something for society. To increase voting percentage she also initiates in “voter panduga”.

3) Riju Bafna (IAS)

Riju Bafna, In 2013 She cleared her UPCS Exam with a rank of 77. In 2011, she achieves her master’s from Delhi school of Economics after her graduation from Kirorimal College. In a public health consultancy in the Global Health practice area, she was a former employee in Cambridge Economic Policy Associates. Sexual Harassment of women in India is coming out as a crucial issue in front of every nation. She becomes an example of brave and when she files a complaint against Santosh Chaubey she proves why women should raise their voice against sexual harassment.

4) B. Chandrakala (IAS)

B. Chandrakala is an IAS Officer of 2008 UP Cadre and belongs to Tribal family and now serving as District Magistrate of Bulandshahr, UP. She lives her dreams against all differences. She was born in Garjana Palli Village Ellareddy Mandal Karimnagar Dist Telangana State. Chandrakala Crack the Civil Services exams at 409th rank, whose results were announced by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) in 2008.

5) Vandana Preyashi (IAS)

Vandana Preyashi is an IAS Officer of 2003 batch and District Magistrate of Siwan, Bihar liable to conduct fair and fearless Lok Sabah elections 2009 in Bihar. She graduates from St Stephen’s College, Delhi. She inspires many women to move into civil services. Vandana Preyashi is known for being a brave and bold officer, under her supervision in Barh. In 2006 when Preyashi was the sub-divisional officer there had not been a single violent incident during the panchayat polls in Barh and Mokama.

6) Mugdha Sinha (IAS)

Mugdha Sinha is an IAS officer of the 1999 batch; she attains public attention in Ajmer District when she took on the rampant illegal mining. It ends when she is being transferred to Sri Ganganagar. With over 30-40 lakhs people, she had already served in larger districts. She had huge public support behind her with farmers, students, and traders.

7) Aruna Sundararajan (IAS)

Aruna Sundararajan is an IAS officer of the 1982 batch. In Kerala in 1998, she played an instrumental role in setting up the IT department. She also performs a crucial role in initiating Akshaya, the largest e-literacy project in which more than 1 million people were trained in basic digital skills.

8) Ritu Maheshwari (IAS)

Ritu Maheshwari an IAS Officer, According to government orders she has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of the Noida Authority, which also affected several other transfers. According to the orders of the Uttar Pradesh Government, Alok Tandon who has been relieved as the Noida Authority CEO replaces by the Ritu Maheshwari and she was serving as the Ghaziabad District Magistrate.

9) Vijaya Jadhav (IAS)

Vijaya Jadhav is an IAS Officer of 2015 batch; In October 2017 she had taken charge of her duties, as the Sub-divisional Magistrate (SDM) of Giridih. She was also given additional charge 10 days back of the Giridih Municipal Corporation. And now she is its executive officer. When the newsroom ask her how challenging is to work in Jharkhand she replied “I see it as an opportunity to perform better. Jharkhand is not as developed a state as Gujarat or Maharastra. These states have a system and infrastructure, which is lacking here. So there is a lot of work for the state and the residents of Jharkhand. And we as officers have to play a pivotal role in building a robust system for the state to function”.

10) T. V. Anupama (IAS)

T. V. Anupama is an Indian Administrative Service officer; her name is already famous when in 2010 she secured 4th rank in the UPSC Examination. She is popular for her bold steps against politically powerful people. She came to be known as a hard taskmaster when she took on the powerful minister in Pinarayi Vijayan’s cabinet as the District Collector of Alappuzha in 2017.

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OVERVIEW

This is the most commonly asked question, everyone want to know about. But before answering this question we will gain an understanding about our indian defence forces and learn some facts about them. At the end of this blog you will have several reasons added by some facts to answer this question.

INTRODUCTION

The Indian Armed Forces are the military forces of independent India. It consists of three professional services  the Indian Army,  Indian Navy, and  Indian Air Force.  Indian defence forces are handled by  the ministry of defence  by coordinating and supervising  all agencies and functions of the government relating directly to national security and indian armed forces. The president of india is the supreme commander of the armed forces.

Young Lieutenant in the INDIAN ARMY

SOME INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE INDIAN DEFENCE FORCES

  1. India holds the highest battlefield in the world, the Siachen Glacier, at 5000 metres above the sea level.
  1. Indian soldiers are considered to be one of the best soldiers at high altitude and mountain warfare.
  1. Soldiers in indian Defence service are enlisted on the basis of their overall merit and fitness based on tests and trials. Far from other  government organizations and institutions in india, there are no room for reservations based on caste and religion.
  1. Operation Rahat in year 2013 was Carried out by the indian Air force was one of the biggest civilian rescue operations affected by floods in Uttarakhand.
  1. India has the largest naval academy in Asia called “The ezhimal naval academy” situated in kerela.
  1. Indian army has built the bailey bridge which is the highest bridge in the world. It is located in ladakh valley between dras and suru  rivers in himalayan mountains.
  1. Horsed Cavalry Regiment in India is one of the last 3 remaining regiments in the world.

BENEFITS OF JOINING INDIAN DEFENCE FORCES

  1. SERVING YOUR NATION IS ABOVE ALL

There are many ways to serve your nation, other jobs also serve the nation. But securing and serving your nation on the cost of life is above all and is incomparable.  A soldier faces many obstacles while serving the nation, but motivation, robustness,  leadership and  going beyond the limits to secure the nation means everything.

  1. JOB SECURITY AND ECONOMIC STABILITY

In this current economy having a righteous and respected government  job is the best because of the job security.The pay scales are also very handsome(specially after sixth and seventh pay commission reports, the salary of a lieutenant is approximately Rs. 65000/- per month).Added by the allowances that an army officer gets are flying pay, high altitude allowances, sailing allowances, island allowances, pilotage allowance, driving allowance, submarine allowance, commando allowance, etc.

  1. VARIETY OF ADVENTURES

Serving your country and experiencing difficult situations sets a base for a very adventurous career  that is nothing like a regular 9 to 5 job. you might  get the chance to climb mountains and encounter dangerous situation in extreme environment.

  1. PHYSICAL FITNESS

In armed forces one has to be physically fit, it is the integral part of their lifestyle. Regular excercise keeps a soldier physically fit and active during his service duration and after that for the lifetime.This is the only job that allows you to play sports and indulge in other physical activities.   

  1. DISCIPLINE AND ORGANIZED LIFESTYLE

Discipline is the backbone of the defence forces and every soldier follow these rules to work in an organized manner that keeps life in a pattern. It allows their mind and body to stay sharp and active for the lifetime.

  1. POSTRETIREMENT BENEFITS

On retirement,  an army-man will receives a big amount(provident fund and other savings) apart from that he will gets the pension throughout his life. The experience they gain in Defence force helps them to establish a new buisness after the retiremnet.

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Delhi Career Group one of the most reputed institute in Chandigarh prominent for providing coaching of HAS Exams. Our growth rate is increasing upwards day by day because we focus more on quality. Students study under the guidance of IGP Baljeet Sharma. Coaching is given by our experts; they cover each single small topic and also provide tips or tricks to crack the exams.

 Some Tips and Tricks to Prepare for Entrance Exams

1) Planning

Make Sure you planned the things accordingly before you sit to study. When you start to prepare yourself for the exam, you must fully aware of topics you have to prepare so that it helps you to save your time. Planned things help to cover things on time without any inconvenience and it increases your performance to do well in exams compared to those students who do not plan things.

2)  Make a Shorter study period

Don’t keep your study period too long if you really want to be excellent in an exam. It is really better to divide your study sessions and study according to your schedule. The thing is division helps to cover the study material easily and on time, it helps to feel burden free, it can help you cover a lot of stuff at one go. Cover three-four topics continually like in 2 hours then take break for 15 minutes, and then do the same again.

3) Keep yourself far away from distractions:

This is one of the important things to keep you far away from the persons or things which distract you to prepare for the exam. Don’t allow yourself to be distracted by these petty things because these took lots of your time, study somewhere at a peaceful place, keep yourself away from place lot of noise.

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4) Don’t study at odd times

When we talk about odd times we mean to say is, you should avoid study at the time when you are tired or in a sleepy mood. At Odd times you do not give your full attention properly or it leads to a huge wastage of time. If you have lots to cover make notes before study then take some rest, refresh and get back to your studies. For Example: when we are tired we use to take more time to complete a work compared to when we are active and focused, So make a proper schedule which helps you to save your time.

5) Clear Doubts

The last few days are to clear the small doubts you may have, regardless of how big or small, you should never enter the exam hall with hesitation on topics that might be the ones you not ever prepared for and are now a part of the entrance exam. Once you clear your doubts, you feel simply relax, stress free and calm which surely helps you to easily crack the exam.

6) Be in a positive and Motivated Circle

Try to keep a positive mind and thoughts while you are preparing for the entrance exam. It helps you to get new ideas, tricks to prepare you for the exam. Surround yourself with the people who help you to learn more or have the mindset as yours and with those who encourage you to achieve your goal.

7) Join Test Series

Test Series and Mock tests are necessary and can be practiced to boost up your skills no matter how many times you have already solved one. Every attempt can make you realize something that you fail to catch earlier.

8) Increase your Speed

You need to make a regular effort to increase your speed and keep track of your accuracy or speed to solve the questionnaire. This is a must to cover the whole exam in the given time.

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