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Organisation : Karnataka Public Service Commission
Announcement : Download Admission Ticket
Designation : Departmental Examination 2017 1st Session
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Candidates are informed to download the Admission Tickets through Commission’s website well before the commencement of examination.
The admission tickets will not be sent by the Commission separately to candidates. Candidates are advised to preserve the admission ticket for future reference, since duplicate of the same will not be issued later.
The Departmental Examinations are conducted twice a year in three stages. Some 4 subjects of the examinations for which applications are large in numbers are conducted in all the Districts in the 1st stage.
Some various other subjects for which applications are small in numbers, the examinations are conducted in selected 9 Districts in the 2nd stage and also some of the subjects of examinations conducted in Bengaluru only in the 3rd stage.
The state Government servants working in New Delhi and All India Service Probationers are allowed to appear at Karnataka Bhavan, New Delhi and at Lalbahadur Shastri Academy at Mussorie.
The Commission conducts Examination in two sessions. The Commission publishes a notification in Karnataka Gezette before two months prior to the date of holding examination calling for applications to be submitted online.
A news item, indicating the publication of result, date of next examination, the last date to submiting the applications are also published in two major daily news papers which are having wide circulation in the State.
The examinations are conducted in conventional type for 19 papers of 13 various subjects with the system of central valuation and 98 papers of 63 various subjects are conducted in objective multiple choice type(OMR). Details of these subjects are published in the instructions to candidates appended to this information.