IPS c. UPSC Success Journey of Silendra Babu
IPS Dr. C. Silendra Babu has lived a life that is an inspiration to millions. He is an IPS officer who cracked the UPSC Civil Services Exam and opted for the Indian Police Service. Check out his UPSC success story below.
Only mischievous people sit on the last bench of the class. Backbenchers can’t be good! Many teachers in the schools say. But what if those backbenchers crack the toughest exam in the country and become IPS officers? Then you would say, the nastiest boy in the class was made the prefect. However, this is very different from just being a prefect. Watch the story of an IPS officer who changed his interests and made his life an inspiration to many others. C. Silendra Babu is one of such officers who worked hard, cracked the UPSC Civil Services Exam and became an Indian Police Service officer.
IPS C Silendra Babu: UPSC Success Story
Silendra Babu is 59 years old now. He was born in the year 1962. A 1987 batch officer of Tamil Nadu cadre, Silendra Babu’s life has been an inspiration to many IPS and IAS officers.
Silendra Babu studied at Government Higher Secondary School Kuzhithurai. He completed B.Sc in Agriculture from Agricultural College and Research Institute, Madurai. Later he went to Coimbatore for his studies.
She was awarded a PhD on the thesis “Missing Children” by the University of Madras and also completed her MBA in Human Resources in 2013.
IPS C. Silendra Babu: What was the inspiration for UPSC CSE?
While in school, Silendra wanted to become a doctor, but could not. He got into the college and was one of the backbenchers there. How sad they were during their first two years of college, he said in an interview. However, one day, an alumnus of his college came to deliver a speech. He was selected for UPSC Civil Services Examination. It was he who said that even those sitting at the end of the class can become IAS officers. If not IAS then IPS officer. This line hit Cylendra. He was always a part of NCC in school and even after that. He loved the uniform. So he decided to start preparing for Civil Services.
UPSC Attempts & Postings:
After completing his studies, Silendra Babu was selected by the Indian Overseas Bank as an officer. He was posted in Trivandrum. Thereafter, he appeared for the UPSC CSE in 1987 and got selected in the Indian Police Service. He was given Tamil Nadu cadre. He trained at the National Police Academy Hyderabad and his first posting was as Assistant Superintendent of Police, Gobichettipalayam, Salem and Dharmapuri.
He was later promoted to the post of SP posted in Dindugal district, Chengalpattu, Sivagangai, Cuddalore and Kancheepuram. He was also posted as deputy. Commissioner of Police, Adyar, Chennai City and then rose to the rank of Deputy. Inspector General of Police, Villupuram Range.
C Silendra Babu (file photo), appointed as the new Director General of Police (DGP) of Tamil Nadu, succeeding JK Tripathi, who retires on June 30. pic.twitter.com/tUpBdjAQ1P
— ANI (@ANI)
June 29, 2021
He was the Joint Commissioner of Police, Chennai City and later became the DIG Police, Trichy. Presently, he is the ADGP, Coastal Security Group, Tamil Nadu.
He gained popularity when he wrote the book ‘You too can become an IPS officer’ in 2008. Other books include Boys and Girls – Be Ambitious, Principles of Success in Interview, Ningalam IPS Adigari Agalam Etcetera.
C Silendra Babu’s life is certainly an inspiration to many youngsters, who are being told by the people around them that they cannot be good. Also those who are looking for their calling can refer to Silendra Babu. It is very helpful for the candidates who want to crack the Civil Services Exam.
He helps the candidates through his website- silendrababu.com. You can watch one of his speeches here.
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