Karnataka State Police

The Karnataka State Police Department is the law enforcement agency for the Indian state of Karnataka. The department is headed by the Director General of Police.

District police administration is headed by a Superintendent of Police. A group of districts comprise a range, led by an Inspector General of Police. Police administration in Bengaluru is headed by a commissioner of police with the rank of Additional DGP. Mysuru, Mangaluru and Hubballi-Dharwad city are headed by an Inspector General of Police(IGP) while Belagavi is headed by a Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG).

The Director General and Inspector General of Police (DG&IGP) is the head of the state's police department, and under him are Additional Directors Generals of Police. Each Additional Director General of Police is in charge of a particular function: law and order, crime and technical services, administration, intelligence, the Karnataka State Reserve Police, recruitment and training.

There are five Commissionarates. The Commissioner of Police, Bangalore City has the rank of Additional Director General of Police, and the commissioners in Hubballi-Dharwad, Mysuru and Mangaluru have the rank of Inspector General of Police while the Belagavi commissioner has the rank of Deputy Inspector General of Police. Six Inspectors General of Police are in charge of ranges, with several Inspectors General of Police in charge of specific functions. Each Range comprises three to six districts, and each district is headed by a Superintendent of Police.

Sl. no

Range

Districts

1

Southern Range, Mysuru

Mysuru, Kodagu, Mandya, Hassan and Chamarajanagara

2

Western Range, Mangaluru

Dakshina Kannada, Uttara Kannada, Chickmaglur, and Udupi

3

Eastern Range, Davangere

Chitradurga, Shivamogga, Haveri and Davangere

4

Central Range, Bengaluru

Tumkuru, Kolar, Bengaluru, Kolar Gold Fields, Chikkaballapura and Ramanagara

5

Northern Range, Belagavi

Belagavi, Vijapur, Dharwad, Bagalkot and Gadag

6

North Eastern Range, Kalburgi

Kalburgi, Bidar and Yadgiri

7

Ballari Range, Ballari

Ballari, Raichur, Koppal

 

 

Training

This wing is headed by the Director General of Police, Training, assisted by an Inspector General of Police (Training) and Deputy Inspector General of Police (Training). Karnataka has ten training institutions:

  1. Karnataka Police Academy (Mysore)
  2. Karnataka State Police Training School (Channapatna)
  3. Police Dr(Bangalore)
  4. Traffic Training Institute (Bangalore)
  5. Karnataka State Police Training Centre (Gulbarga)
  6. Special Branch Training Institute (Bangalore)
  7. Wireless Training Institute (Bangalore)

KSP Constable Written Exam Pattern

S.No

Subjects

No of Questions

Marks

1

General Knowledge

100

100

2

Mental Ability

 

Total

100

100

 

  1. The questions will be Objective Type only.
  2. No Negative Marking
  3. Each Question Carries one Mark.
  4. The Above mentioned Exam Pattern is only for reference.

Selection Process:

  1. Physical Measurement Test
  2. Physical Standard Test
  3. Written Examination
  4. Medical Examination
  5. Personal Interview
  6. Document verification

Exam Pattern for KSP Armed Police Constable

S.No

Type of Exam

Subjects

Marks

Duration

1

Written Test

General Knowledge

100

1 Hour 30 minutes

Mental Ability

 

KSP Armed Police Constable Exam Syllabus

General Knowledge

  1. Indian Constitution.
  2. History – India & Karnataka.
  3. Geography – India & Karnataka.
  4. Science & Technology.
  5. Indian National Movement.
  6. General Polity.
  7. About India.
  8. Cultural Heritage.
  9. About Karnataka.
  10. Karnataka Polity & Governance.

Mental Ability

  1. Venn Diagrams.
  2. Similarities and Differences.
  3. Relationship concepts.
  4. Embedded Figures
  5. Space Visualization.
  6. Figurative Classification.
  7. Visual Memory.
  8. Coding and Decoding.
  9. Figurative Analogy.
  10. Arithmetic Number Series.
  11. Non-Verbal Series.
  12. Spatial Orientation.
  13. Arithmetical Reasoning.
  14. Symbolic/Number Classification.
  15. Semantic Analogy.
  16. Semantic Classification.
  17. Figurative Series.
  18. Number Series.

KSP Civil Police Constable Syllabus

S. No

Exam Type

Papers

Subjects

Marks

Duration

1

 Descriptive Type

I

English/Kannada

50

1 Hour 30 Minutes

2

Objective Type

II

General Studies

150

Total

200

 

KSP Civil Constable Exam Pattern

S. No

Paper Type

Subject

Marks

1

 Descriptive Type

Essay Writing

20

2

Precise Writing

10

3

Translation of Sentences

20

 Total

50

 

General Studies:

  1. General Intelligence
  2. Similarities & Differences
  3. Coding & Decoding
  4. Indian History
  5. Art

 

Mental Ability

  1. Alphabet Series
  2. Number Series
  3. Current Events – National & International
  4. General Studies
  5. Indian Cultural Heritage
  6. Analogies
  7. Directions

 

History of Karnataka

  1. Geography – India & Karnataka
  2. Literature
  3. Indian Constitution
  4. Indian National Movement

 

English/ Kannada:

  1. Precise Writing
  2. Articles
  3. Conclusion
  4. Vocabulary
  5. Idioms & Phrases
  6. Sentence Completion

 

Translation of Sentences from English to Kannada or Kannada to English

  1. Synonyms
  2. Verb Agreement
  3. Antonyms
  4. Passage Completion
  5. Essay Writing
  6. Tenses
  7. Verb & Adverb
  8. Error Correction
  9. Fill in the Blanks
  10. Unseen Passages
  11. Sentence Rearrangement
  12. Word Formation
  13. Theme Detection
  14. Comprehension

 

KSP Constable Syllabus Karnataka Police Exam Pattern

 

Karnataka Police Constable Exam Pattern 2019

S. No

Exam Type

Name of the Subjects

Marks

Duration

1

Objective Type

General Knowledge

100

2 Hour

2

General Awareness

3

Mental Ability

4

Geography

5

Indian History

6

Indian Independence Movement

7

Fundamental Rights

8

Indian Constitution

 

General Knowledge

  1. Current Affairs- National & International.
  2. Famous Books & authors.
  3. India & Neighbouring Countries.
  4. Countries & Currencies.
  5. General Polity.
  6. Countries & Capitals.
  7. States & Capitals.
  8. Famous places.
  9. Indian Constitution.
  10. Famous Personalities.
  11. Art & Culture.
  12. Scientific Research.

 

Arithmetic

  1. Number System.
  2. Profit & Loss.
  3. Permutations & Combinations.
  4. Problems on squares, cubes.
  5. Problems on Ages.
  6. Time & Distance.
  7. Compound Interest.
  8. Ratios & Proportions.
  9. Time & Work.
  10. Allegations & Mixtures.
  11. Fundamental Operations.
  12. Least Common Multiple (LCM) & Highest Common Factor (HCF).
  13. Simple Interest.
  14. Boats & Streams.
  15. Data Interpretation.

 

 

Reasoning

  1. Blood Relations.
  2. Seating Arrangements.
  3. Sentences & Assumptions.
  4. Decision Making.
  5. Problem Solving.
  6. Coding & Decoding.
  7. Sentences & Conclusions.
  8. Problems on Cubes.
  9. Sentences & Arguments.
  10. Number Series.

 

Verbal Ability

  1. Para Completion.
  2. Usage of Articles.
  3. Error Correction.
  4. Direct & Indirect Speech.
  5. Active voice & Passive voice.
  6. Idioms & Phrases.
  7. One word Substitutes.
  8. Error Detection.
  9. Fill in the blanks.
  10. Reading Comprehension.
  11. Parts of Speech.
  12. Sentence Arrangements.

 

KSP PSI (Intelligence) Selection Process

  1. Enterance Test.
  2. Physical Efficiency Test/Physical Standard Test.
  3. Written Test.
  4. Viva-Voce.
  5. Medical Test.

 

Karnataka State PSI Exam Pattern

  1. Karnataka PSI Syllabus – Paper I
  2. Essay Writing.
  3. Precise Writing.
  4. Translation of Sentences from English to Kannada (or) Kannada to English.

 

KSP SI Paper 1 Exam Pattern

S. No

Exam Type

Papers

Subjects

Marks

Duration

1

 Descriptive Type

I

English/Kannada

50

90 Minutes

2

Objective Type

II

General Studies

150

90 Minutes

Total

200

 

 

 

KSP SI Paper 2 Exam Pattern 2

S.No

Paper Type

Subjects

Marks

1

 Descriptive Type

Essay Writing

20

2

Precise Writing

10

3

Translation of Sentences

20

 Total

50

 

Karnataka State Police SI Syllabus – Paper 2

  1. Indian Constitution.
  2. Awards and Honors.
  3. Current Affairs – National & International.
  4. Sports and Games.
  5. Current events.
  6. General Politics.
  7. Books and Authors.
  8. Important Days.
  9. Science – Inventions & Discoveries.
  10. Economic Scene.
  11. Important Financial & Economic News.