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IPS Interview Questions and Answers

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Last update: 08 Oct 2020, 15 Questions

If you are searching for IPS interview questions, then there is a higher chance that you have cleared your mains. Congratulations. We will assist you with all your interview's hustle. There are some interviews that require a certain level of preparation with thorough introspection. In interviews like these, you have to be fully aware of your strengths, weaknesses, dreams and desires, aspirations, things happening in your surroundings and the world, and so forth.

Preparing for an exam is simpler than preparing for an interview because, in a written exam, you have the syllabus in your hands, but in an interview, it's impossible to figure out what questions will the interviewers ask you. But there are some areas which you can master before going for the interview, and we will help you with that. Beneath we have recorded the absolute best IPS interview questions:

Most Frequently Asked IPS Interview Questions

Here in this article, we will be listing frequently asked IPS Interview Questions and Answers with the belief that they will be helpful for you to gain higher marks. Also, to let you know that this article has been written under the guidance of industry professionals and covered all the current competencies.

1. Why do you want to become an IPS Officer?

Tell them the reasons with the examples that had an impact in your life which made you choose Indian Police Service. If you are not coming up with a pattern, reply with what improvements or impact you can bring that can improve the lives of people around you and others if you become an IPS officer.

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2. What are the reasons you opt for civil services?

Civil services provide the chance to distribute in the government authority as we all are aware of the fact that India is the developing country and the nation that is moving towards progress. Being the IPS officer gives me the chance to get involved in the system and allows me to implement my skills on national policies at some level.

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3. What are your strengths and weaknesses?

You need a deep introspection to answer this question. The easiest thing to do is to make a list of the items in which you are right and the things that fill your heart with fear. One thing to remember is that your strengths should be positive that improves the lives of others. For example, if you are tall, telling that you are tall has less impact on others, but if you say you are an eloquent speaker and you have participates in many debates, this skill resembles that you can easily convey your message to anyone. Similarly, your weaknesses should be the one which can be improved later on. For example, if you don't know swimming tell them because it can be learned during the training period.

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4. Tell us about your academic qualification?

Tell your qualifications to the interviewer by keeping the smile on your face. Make sure you are confident while answering.

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5. How might you drop a raw egg onto a solid floor without cracking?

There are multiple answers you can tell your interviewer:

I will drop it from 1cm. Or
I will put multiple layers of bubble wrap around it and drop it on the concrete floor. Or
I will dip it in vinegar for 2 two days, which will make the eggshell flexible and post that I will drop it on the solid floor. Or
Concrete floors are tough to crack.

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6. What can you never eat for breakfast?

Answer with a smile. "Lunch or dinner."

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7. What numbers of buckets of water does the Pacific Ocean contain?

Well, sir/madam, it depends on the size of the bucket.

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8. How might you lift the elephant with one hand?

I wonder if I can find an elephant with only one hand.

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11. What will be your reaction when you got to know that I flee with your sister?

Sir, it depends on the purpose of running with my sister.

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12. How would you invest your extra time, what are your interests?

They want to know what things you do after you are done with your studies. Tell them about what relaxes you the most. Be honest with the answer. There is no problem in telling them about video games or watching movies or Tarak Mehta ka Oolta Chashma. But if there is any physical activity involved, that can become the right answer like " I like to play badminton with my siblings or any other physically demanding things which makes you creative and skillful. You get the picture.

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13. How do you handle conflicts?
  • Talk and understand the other person's point
  • Identify the things where you are agreeing and disagreeing with each other
  • Prioritize the disagreements
  • Create a plan to solve the disagreements
  • Follow the plan and build success by solving the conflict
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14. What steps will you take as SP to lower down the rate of crime in the city?

First, I will point out what types of crimes occur more and then prioritize them and act accordingly.

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15. If you find in an investigation that your childhood friend is involved in illegal work, then what will you do?

The childhood friend in the past is a changed person in the present. His surroundings have changed his personality completely. There is a quote saying, " You cannot change anyone's personality, but you can change yourself. " He chose his path, and he will get punished for choosing it if and only if he is found guilty in the court."

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Your preparation doesn't stop here. There are some other IPS interview questions in Hindi on the internet if you are going to speak in Hindi in the interview. We recommend you to watch mock interviews of the toppers on youtube. If you are puzzled, start from "Drishti IAS mock interview videos." Listen to each question, pause the video, and try to think what answer would have given if it was asked to you. Narrate your answer and then listen to the other candidate's reply then compare. Note down all the IPS interview questions and ask your friends to ask you the same. Practice over and over in front of a mirror or with your friends. This will surely help.

Good luck!!