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DSP full form

DSP full form -

 DSP full form Deputy Superintendent of Police.  DSP is called Vice President of Police .

 In our country India, you can get admission in most of the jobs in two ways, either by getting promoted or by passing an exam, you can become a DSP by being an Inspector Promoted in such police department or by passing the UPSC or State PSC exam.  Can be directly DSP.

DSP full form
DSP full form

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is an organization functioning under the central government.

For your information, we would like to tell you that to become a DSP, the pattern of both UPSC and State PSC exams is the same.  But national level questions come in UPSC exam and state level questions come in state PSC exam. The most important thing that you have to prepare keeping in mind is that UPSC exam is a bit harder than State PSC exam.

How to become a DSP

 If you want to become a DSP, then you have to appear in the state level examination by the State Public Service Commission.  If you pass this exam, then you have to go through Probationary Training before assuming charge as DSP and then you can become a DSP.

Educational eligibility to become a DSP

 Eligibility for the post of DSP (DSP) is kept undergraduate, it is mandatory for the candidate to pass the graduation examination while applying, the final year candidates of graduation can also participate in this examination, but the mark sheet of passing at the time of Document Verification  Must be provided.

 Age limit for DSP

 General - For 21 years to 30 years

 OBC - For 21 years to 33 years

 Body height and chest to become DSP

 To become a DSP, the male candidate should have 168 cm body height and 84 cm chest and for women 155 cm body height.  Friends body height can be different according to each state.

 Examination process to become DSP

 The DSP exam is conducted by the State Public Service Commission, this exam is divided into three parts which is as follows.

  •  Pre Examination
  •  Main Examination
  •  Interview

 Pre Examination

 Preliminary examination is the first stage to become a DSP.  In this exam, 150 marks have been prescribed under General Study and the optional subject consists of 300 marks.  Friends, we would just like to tell you that you should prepare this exam very well

 Main Examination

 If you pass the preliminary examination, then you are given the opportunity to appear in the main examination.  In this examination, under the compulsory subject Indian Language 300 marks, English 300 marks, Essay 200 marks, General Study 300 marks, marks for optional subject have been set in two digits.


 If you pass the Preliminary Exam and Main Examination, then you are called for an interview.  If you pass the interview then you are selected for DSP post.

 DSP salary and other facilities

 Talking about the salary and other facilities of DSP, you will be surprised to know because a DSP is given many facilities.  A DSP is given a very good salary and a lot of allowances, with the challenge of maintaining law and order in his area and the responsibility of the post.  A DSP gets salary with grade pay 5400 in the pay band 9300-34800. DSP gets other benefits along with salary. The benefits given to DSPs include the following benefits such as -

  •  A DSP gets an official vehicle with a driver.
  •  The government pays the electricity bills of a DSP.
  •  A DSP gets high class accommodation during official visits.
  •  A DSP gets security guards and domestic help such as cook and gardener.
  •  A DSP gets a telephone connection which is billed by the government.
  •  A DSP gets residence for himself and employees at no cost or at a nominal rent.


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