Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Karnataka to recruit about 9500 police personnel


Bangalore, May 12: As part of filling up vacancies and augment the strength of its force, Karnataka Government has decided to recruit 9431 police personnel to various armed wings, including the State Reserve Police. While 6000 constables will be recruited into City Armed Reserve (CAR), District Armed Reserve (DAR), besides civil constables, 400 sub-inspectors of police and 2854 men for KSRP would be recruited, Home Minister Dr V S Acharya told reporters here. Of the four hundred Sub-Inspectors to be appointed, 25 would be picked up exclusively for intelligence wing of the newly set up Internal Security Cell, he said. One hundred seventyseven sub-inspectors would also be appointed to KSRP, he said. The process of recruitment will commence in about a month's time for constables and for other posts later. The entire recruitment exercise was expected to be completed in about a year's time, Acharya said. The eligible age limit for candidates has been enhanced by two years consequent to the government raising the retirement age from 58 to 60 years last year, he said. The age limit for candidates applying for constable post in General Merit category goes up to 25 years from 23 years, those in reserved posts from 25 years to 27 years. For Police sub-Inspector post, the eligible age in General Merit section will be 26 from 24 and in reserved category 28 years from 26 years. Source: ZeeNews

3 comments:

Dr. Rajkiran Panuganti said...

Sir,

One another thing that I want to bring to discussion is the "fitness" level of police personnel.

We see that a large section of police are physically not fit. Can you please let us know what steps you are taking to ensure that police personnel keeps themselves fit ?

punee said...

Dear Dr.Acharya,

Congratulations!!!!But why is the need to cancel the weekly holiday to KARNATAKA POLICE been converted to biweekly holiday?????
i request you to reconsider this decision
regards
Puneeth kumar

Anonymous said...

Dear Dr.Acharya,
Hopefully you will provide jobs to people of Kannadigas. Put the advertisements in Kannada targetting village and rural Kannidigas and check for their residence proof. This will definately get your message across Kannadigas. Care for Kannadiga Poorest or Poor by helping them. Hope this time atleast we don't have to see "Singh", "Khare", "Babu" or "Reddy" in Karnataka State Police.