IPS Manoj Kumar Sharma: Check Educational Qualification, Rank, Salary and More |


Manoj Kumar SharmaThe resident of Morena, Madhya Pradesh faced many obstacles in his path to success. Despite setbacks like failing in class 12th and securing third division in class 9th and 10th, he eventually decided to crack the Civil Services Examination, one of the highly competitive examinations in India. Working as a tempo driver in Gwalior and facing dire financial circumstances, he remained steadfast in achieving his goal.
Working as a library peon in Delhi, Manoj immersed himself in the biographies of iconic figures like Lincoln, Muktibodh and Gorky. These tales encouraged his determination and gave him deep insight into the realities of life.
Despite initial disappointments, Manoj continued with the UPSC exam and attempted it four times. Although unsuccessful in his first three attempts, he finally got success in his fourth attempt, achieving an All India rank of 121. Recently, he has been promoted from Deputy Inspector General (DIG) to Inspector General (IG) in Maharashtra Police.
Manoj's journey from financial constraints and academic failures to becoming a reputed IPS officer is truly inspiring for many. Based on the book by Anurag Pathak, director Vidhu Vinod Chopra produced a film “12th Fail”, which portrays the life of Manoj Kumar Sharma. The film is based on Sharma's life from being a failed class 12 student to becoming an IPS officer. This film is not just about his professional life but also throws light on his personal life.
Manoj Kumar Sharma: Educational Qualification
Manoj passed classes 9 and 10 with third division. He managed to pass class 11th but failed in class 12th. He failed in all subjects except Hindi. However, he later passed the exam in the second attempt. After this he obtained BA degree in Hindi and History.
IPS Manoj Kumar Sharmarank in police
IPS officer Manoj Kumar Sharma has been promoted to the respected post of Inspector General (IG) from his previous post of Deputy Inspector General (DIG) in Maharashtra Police. This remarkable promotion in his career was announced after the approval of promotions by the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet (ACC) for IPS officers of 2003, 2004 and 2005 batch.
Inspector General of Police Salary
The salary of Inspector General of Police (IG) ranges between Rs 37,400 to Rs 67,000 with a grade pay of Rs 10,000. However, it should be noted that this figure is an approximate figure and may change at any time.

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