Karnataka Police online vacancy for Special Reserve Police Constable-KSRP for Men & Women jobs 2015 Karnataka State Police 180 Special Reserve Police Constable-KSRP for Men & Women Jobs recruitment 2015 apply online @ on before 30 October 2015.

Karnataka Police Recruitment & job Location: Hyderabad -Karnataka

Name & No. of Vacancy: Police Constable-KSRP for Men & Women - 180 Posts
Age Limit: 18 - 25 YEARS
Name of Posts
No.of Posts
Qualification & Expc.
Pay Scale
Special Reserve Police Constable-KSRP
180 Posts
Candidates must have SSLC- CBSE, SSLC-ICSE, SSLC-SSC, SSLC or equivalent.
Rs. 11600-21000/-
1.         1st Battalion : 35 Posts
2.         3rd Battalion : 16 Posts
3.         4th Battalion : 27 Posts
4.         6th Battalion : 81 Posts
5.         9th Battalion : 21 Posts

Important Key Dates:
  • Last Date for Submission of Application Form: 30 October 2015.
Selection Method / Recruitment Process: written test, interview and Endurance and Physical Standard Test.

How to apply and Application Procedure:
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