Karnataka State Police Jobs for Opening For Sub Inspector Post in Bangalore
Karnataka State Police
Post Name : Armed Reserve Sub Inspector of Police (RSI, CAR/DAR) No of Vacancy : 51 Posts Pay Scale : Rs. 20000-36300/- Educational Qualification : Candidates must have any Degree from University recognized by UGC or Equivalent. Nationality : Indian Age Limit : As on 24.11.2015 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.
Candidates must have any Degree from University recognized by UGC or Equivalent.
Looking for Any Graduate graduates profile.
2015-11-16 to 2016-11-16
About Karnataka state police
The Karnataka State has 97 Prisons of various types namely Central Prison, District Prison, District Head Quarters Sub Jails, Special Sub Jails, Taluk Sub Jails, Open Air Jails, Juvenile Jail etc. with an authorized capacity for 9271 prisoners out of which 8828 are male and 443 Female Prisoners.
Besides providing reformative measures, vocational training, education and library facilities etc. for the prisoners, the department has introduced a new system of production for under trial prisoner from the prison before the respective Courts through the medium of electronic video linkage called Video Conferencing between Central Prison Bangalore, Belgaum, Bellary, Bijapur, Mysore and respective Courts. This system has dispensed the need of physically producing the under trials in courts and speeds up the trials, prevents escapes, reduces expenditure and also reduces over crowoling of under trial in prisons.
This department looks after the Welfare and Resettlement of Defence Personnel, Ex-Servicemen and their dependents, War wounded next of kin of battle casualties and their dependents. At the State Level there is a Karnataka Rajya Sainik Board with Chief Minister as its President. The Board assists the Government in various Welfare and Resettlement Measures, besides Government has also constituted single window committees at the District Level under the Chairmanship of the concerned Deputy Commissioner and at the Departmental Level under the Chairmanship of the Direcdtor, Sainik Welfare for redressal of grievances of serving defence personnel and Ex-servicemen.
Home Guards is a voluntary organization constituted under the Karnataka Home Guards Act, 1962 and Karnataka Home Guards Rules, 1963. The Home Guards besides assisting the Police in the maintenance of law and order also play a vital role in protecting the lives and property of the people during calamities like floods, fire, earthquakes, collapse of building and other disasters.
Civil defence is another voluntary organization functioning along with Home Guards comprising of volunteers. The main objective of the organization is to protect life and property of the general public during external aggression and natural calamites. the volunteers are enrolled and trained in basic civil defence and in various services aimed at implementation of civil defence measures.