Karnataka State Police Jobs for Urgent 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. (Extended Up to 21.12.2015)
Candidates must have any Degree from University recognized by UGC or Equivalent.
Looking for Any Graduate graduates profile.
2015-11-23 to 2015-12-22
About Karnataka state police
Police in Karnataka were called by various names in different regions. After initiation of Policing, they were initially called Thoti, Talwar, Umbalidhar, Kattubidi, Neeraganti etc. The police primarily with policing used to do other jobs entrusted to them. The foundation of present police set up was laid after the appointment of States first Inspector General of Police. Today the State Police has grown into a big and complex organization running on modern management principles.
Mysore State was the predecessor to Karnataka State, which was created on 1st November 1965. Sri. L. Rickets was appointed as first Inspector General of Police, prior to which the State Police had no status, structure and powers as such. During 1883 it was reported that Talwars, Thotis, Neeragantis, Kavalugararu, Amaragararu, Ankamaale, Patela, Shyanubhogas etc. used to do policing. During the rule of Maharajas of Mysore, the policing existed in different variants.
Hukumnama or Kandachara was issued for policing during the rule of Maharaja Mummudi Krishna Raja Wodeyar (1799-1811) at old Mysore region under the British rule, when Sri. Poornaiah was Dewan. The soldiers belonging to Maharajas infantry were entrusted with responsibility of policing, which European soldiers supervised. Amaldhars (now Tehasildhars) the revenue officers were Taluk Police Chiefs. They were assisted by Faujidhars, who also collected taxes from peasants. Police system worked in various names such as Talwars, Thotigars, and Kavalgars. Later in 1817 as per Bengal regulation model law was enforced, Patels, Shyanubhogas were entrusted with police responsibilities. They were neither paid, granted leave or vehicles were provided to them. Instead Maharaja gave them Inam (Bhakshis) in the form of lands or food grains.
In 1853, Police Act was enacted across the country. When Lord Cubbon was posted as Commissioner there were 8 districts divided into 3 divisions, each district headed by the Magistrate (District Collector), and Superintendents were posted. Both had no formal training. The District Magistrates were Police Chiefs assisted by Superintendents of Police.