Central Authority is not constituted in the state 1921 to advise state government and other appointing authorities in the recruitment of the state Civil Services. The government constituted for the first time a central agency for recruitment of “Central Recruitment Board”. The board is attached to the office of government secretariat till 1940. The office of Central Recruitment Board which is a part of Mysore (Now Karnataka) government Secretariat followed the government Secretariat manual, for office out recruitment and conduct competitive examinations for Karnataka govt jobs through KPSC.
The office of Public Service Commission was located in the “United India” buildings, Bangalore city till 1952. The place was then shifted to many places. The commission celebrated its Golden Jubilee in 1/3/2002. At present, the office is maintained in a new building “Udyoga Sadhan”. As a part of 60 years completion, it celebrated its Diamond Jubilee on 18/05/2017. It laid a stone in new building “Vajra Mahotsav Soudha”.
Karnataka state government is recruiting (Government Jobs in Karnataka) several posts under several departments such as Karnataka State Road Transportation Corporation(KSRTC), Karnataka TET, Karnataka Examination Authority(KEA), Karnataka Police jobs, Electrical, Agricultural, Revenue, Teacher’s recruitment, Bank jobs such as State Bank of Mysore(SBM), Vijaya Bank, Karnataka Vikas Grameena Bank(KVGB), Pragathi Krishna Grameena Bank(PKGB), Karnataka Bank Limited(KBL), Reserve Bank of India, IBPS, Karnataka forest department jobs, KSWC clerk jobs, Karnataka Mechanical Engineering jobs, Karnataka Medical jobs, Health Department jobs etc.
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The state of Karnataka is maintaining its public service commission with a website www.kpsc.kar.nic.in. This is being run successfully with the sections Accounts, Administration, Examination, Clearance Branch, Computer Centre, Consultation Branch, Confidential Branch, RHS Branch, Information cell, Legal cell, Recruitment, Departmental Exam and Information center. It is providing an opportunity to candidates the Eligibility, Selection and Rejected lists for further confirmation and to avoid confusion.
Karnataka Public Service Commission (KPSC) announces its notifications for applying within a certain period of time. It clearly mentions the Number of posts, Age limit, Age Relaxation, Educational Qualifications, Experience, Salary Pay, Category reservation, Mode of examination, Fee details, Method of applying i.e. Applying through Online or Offline, examination procedure etc. Each examination has its own pattern for applying depending on the nature of the post. The selection process for some examinations may be through two step process i.e written test and Interview. For the other examinations, the selection may be through one step process i.e direct Interview. For the other examinations, the recruitment can be done directly through the scrutiny or verification of the sent applications. The written examination pattern may be either by Objective type or Descriptive type. Some examinations are conducting the examinations with certain Cutt off marks and Negative marking.
Recent govt jobs in Karnataka for candidates with different educational qualifications that may be SSC, Inter, Graduation, Post graduation or Ph.D. The Candidates who apply for a job will be come to know the date of download and the venue of examination through online. Candidates are provided with a check list in the official website to avoid their confusion. The list of examination center, Date of Examination, Released of examination results are mentioned in the notification itself. If the details are not mentioned they are released and mentioned clearly through KPSC website.
The notifications released by the Karnataka government are not only related to jobs. Some notifications are related to admission into certain sectors. The admission or the selection criteria for admission into a particular university to a related study such as Engineering courses, Teacher or Lecturers eligibility test, Admission into further higher studies etc. Thus in this manner, the Karnataka state government is releasing several notifications every year in various branches for unemployed youth.