Karnataka State Police Jobs for Gov For Sub Inspector in Bangalore
Karnataka State Police
Post Name : Sub Inspector of Police (Civil) No of Vacancy : 233 Posts Pay Scale : Rs. 20000-36300/- Educational Qualification : Candidates must have any Degree from University recognized by UGC or Equivalent. Nationality : Indian Age Limit : For General category : 21 to 26 years For SC/ ST/ CAT-01/ 2A/ 2B/ 3A/ 3B category : 21 to 28 years Mode of Selection : The selection will be based on written test, interview and Endurance and Physical Standard Test. Application Fee : For General / 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B Candidates : Rs. 250/- For SC/ ST/ PWD Candidates : Rs. 100/- Payment of Application should be made in state bank of Mysore (sbm)/ state bank of Hyderabad (sbh) only. Candidates have to fill the application and generate the challan and make the payment in the respective bank. How to Apply : Interested candidates may apply online through the official website www.ksp.gov.in from 08.10.2015 to 06.11.2015.
Candidates must have any Degree from University recognized by UGC or Equivalent.
Looking for Any Graduate graduates profile.
2015-10-15 to 2015-11-07
About Karnataka state police
The district police administration is headed by a Superintendent of Police. A group of districts comprise a range, led by an Inspector General of Police. Police administration in Bangalore is headed by a commissioner of police with the rank of Additional DGP. Mysore is headed by an Inspector General of Police(IGP). Mangalore, Belgaum and Hubli-Dharwad are headed by a deputy inspector general of police (DIG).
The Director General and Inspector General of Police are the heads of the states police department, and under him are Additional Directors General of Police. Each Additional Director General of Police is in charge of a particular function: law and order, crime and technical services, administration, intelligence, the Karnataka State Reserve Police, recruitment and training or civil-rights enforcement.
There are four Commissions. The Bangalore commissioner has the rank of Additional Director General of Police, and the commissioners in Hubli-Dharwar and Mysore have the rank of Inspector General of Police. The commissioner of Mangalore holds the rank of Deputy Inspector General of Police. Below the Additional Directors General of Police are Inspectors General of Police. Six Inspectors General of Police are in charge of ranges, with several Inspectors General of Police in charge of specific functions. Each Range comprises three to six districts, and each district is headed by a Superintendent of Police.