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KSP recruitment 2019: Registration to close today


Team Udayavani, Oct 17, 2019, 4:22 PM IST

Bengaluru: The Karnataka Police Constable online registration will be closed on Thursday and the candidates who wish to join Karnataka State Police department as Constable are advised to visit the official website of the KSP – ksp-online.in or ksp.gov.in or rec19.ksp-online.in – to submit their application form online.

While the registrations will close today (Thursday), the candidates can deposit their application fee till October 19, 2019.

Karnataka Police is conducting this recruitment drive for a total of 3026 Civil Constable and CAR/DAR Constable posts. Out of the 3026 vacancies, 2013 are for Civil Constable Post and 1028 vacancies for Armed Police Constable Post under KSP Recruitment 2019.

Documents required to fill the KSP Constable Recruitment Application Form 2019:

*Birth Certificate or SSLC or Equivalent Examination marks card

*Category Certificate applicable for applicant claiming SC/ST/CAT-01/2A/2B/3A/3B reservation

*Category/group certificates applicable for applicant claiming horizontal reservation viz., Rural, Kannada Medium, Project Displaced Person & Ex-Servicemen

*Discharge Certificate / No Objection Certificate in case of Ex-Servicemen

*Dependent certificate for applicants claiming ex-servicemen reservation

*Soft copy of his/her passport size photo, signature & ID card separately in jpeg, jpg, gif and png format

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