Karnataka State Police has just issued the KSP CPC admit card 2019 at cpc19.ksp-online.in. Furthermore, the police recruitment board confirms that the written exam for recruitment of Civil Police Constable will be held on September 22, 2019. Candidates who had applied for the recruitment for 163 vacancies can now download the hall ticket from the official website and attend exam on the scheduled date.
To download the admit card aka hall ticket, one can either first go to rec19.ksp-online.in, then click on status link in the fourth row where details of CPC 2019 recruitment are given, or directly go to cpc19.ksp-online.in. On the KSP CPC 2019 portal, click on my application which leads to the login page. There, enter application number and date of birth to login and get the admit card.
At the portal for Karnataka Civil Police Constable recruitment 2019, there is a news and events sections. There, the latest message being displayed says, “Written examination fixed on 22.09.2019. Written Examination Call letter has been uploaded for POST OF CIVIL POLICE CONSTABLE ( MEN & WOMEN) – 2019, Download (from My Application) and attend the Written Examination as per the schedule mentioned in Call Letter.”
Forgot application number link is also provided on the login page. Such government job aspirants who had applied for the recruitment but have forgotten their application numbers, which is now required to download admit card, can access the link and get their application number by entering their full name and date of birth.
The recruitment process consists of two stages – written exam, ET and PST. Written exam will be held ten days from now. It will have 100 multiple choice questions of 1 mark each. There will be negative marking to the tune of 0.25 per incorrect answer.
KSP CPC recruitment 2019 was notified in June. Applications were accepted online from June 10 to June 29. PUC or class 12th pass candidates were invited to apply. The Karnataka police required that candidates between 19 to 25 years of age should apply, wherein, the upper age limit was relaxed by 2 years for SC, ST, CAT-01, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, and by 5 years for tribal candidates. Now after a little over two months of closing online applications, admit card and exam date have been made available.
The 163 vacancies are distributed among units and genders. There are 107 vacancies for males from HK, 31 for females from HK, 20 for non HK males, and 5 for non HK females. The units between which the vacancies are distributed are Kalaburgi, Yadgir, Bidar, Ballari, Bengaluru City.