There are many women IPS officers in India who have created a special identity for themselves. Shimla Prasad, a woman IPS officer of Madhya Pradesh cadre, needs no introduction. She has made a name for herself and is flying her flag on the strength of her abilities in many fields. By knowing their success story you can also take inspiration from them.
Born on 8 October 1980 in Bhopal city of Madhya Pradesh, Simala Prasad has now become a popular IPS officer. She is an inspiration to the youth and is known for her fearless style of duty in Naxalite areas.
IPS officer Simala Prasad started his studies from St. Joseph Coed School. After this he did B.Com from Student for Excellence and then PG in Sociology from Barkatulla University, Bhopal. She has been a gold medalist.
Worked as DSP Simla Prasad got his first posting as DSP after passing the PSC exam. Meanwhile, she cleared the UPSC exam and became an IPS officer.
Surprisingly, she never wanted to join civil services, but the home environment inspired her to become an IPS officer. In fact, his father Bhagirath Prasad was an IAS officer and mother Mehrunnisa Parvez was a well-known writer.
She excelled through self-study. Along with holding the post of DSP, she continued to prepare for the UPSC exam. He cleared the exam in his first attempt through self-study. You will be surprised to know that he has also acted in a Bollywood film.
The secret behind Seemala Prasad becoming both an actress and an IPS is her parents. Seema’s father Dr. Bhagirath Prasad is an IAS officer and MP. His mother Mehrunnisa Parvez is a novelist and writer. Thus he inherited both administrative experience and acting skills.
IPS Seemala Prasad has acted in director Jagam Imam’s film Alif. This movie was released in 2017. Earlier the film was also screened as a world premiere at the Indian International Film Festival in Queensland, Australia in November 2016.
In fact, even after the formation of IPS, an artist within him lived somewhere. In this situation, due to his mother’s writer connections, he heard a film script from director Jagam Imam.