KSRTC ONGOING RECRUITMENT

For Direct Recruitment of 72 various posts of Class-II Officers, Online Common Aptitude Test has been conducted & Revised Key Answers published in the Corporation website on 31.01.2018. Further, the eligible candidates in the ratio of 1:2 will be called for original document verification & the Selections will be made purely based on Merit of Marks transparently. For Direct Recruitment of 6 different categories of 1116 Class-III Non Supervisory posts, 1,81,789 applications have been received online and CAT Exam for these posts will be conducted shortly & selections will be made based on Merit of Marks transparently. Under Notification No.1/2015 for Direct Recruitment of 833 posts of Drivercum-Conductor specifically for Puttur, Mangalore & Chamaraj Nagara Divisions. The computerized Driving Trade Test will be taken-up in this month for 9150 candidates & selections will be made based on merit of Trade Test marks transparently.

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CAT EXAMS TRAINING PROGRAMME- KSRTC

KARNATAKA STATE ROAD TRANSPORT CORPORATION
CENTRAL OFFICE: BENGALURU-27

PRESS INVITE
Sub: First recruitment of on-line CAT exams training programme
for supervisory staffs.
*****
 Sri.H.M.Revanna, Hon’ble Transport Minister, Sri. K. Gopala Poojary, Hon’ble Chairman and MLA, KSRTC, will inaugurate the training program of Supervisor category staff who are selected by Online CAT exam, on 2nd Feb 2018, at 11-00 am, at KSRTC Central Office. Hon’ble Vice Chairman, KSRTC, Board of Directors of KSRTC will grace the occasion.  Dr.B.Basavaraju, IAS, Principal Secretary, Transport Department, Sri. S.R. Umashankar, IAS, Managing Director, KSRTC and other respected dignitaries will be present during the event.

Yours faithfully,

 -Sd/-
 Public Relation Officer

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KSRTC CAT EXAM PRESS NOTE

KARNATAKA STATE ROAD TRANSPORT CORPORATION
CENTRAL OFFICE: BENGALURU
PRESS NOTE
Sub: First time On-line exam conducted by KSRTC and recruited Class-III Supervisory posts launch of Training Programme Sri.H.M.Revanna, Hon’ble Transport Minister, Sri. K. Gopala Poojary, Hon’ble
Chairman and MLA, KSRTC, Hon’ble Vice Chairman, KSRTC, Sri. S.R. Umashankar, IAS, Managing Director, KSRTC, Sri. K.Srinivas Director (Personnel & Environment) and Board of Directors of KSRTC were present during the event held at KSRTC Central Office, Bengaluru.
Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation has published Notification No.3/2016 & 4/2016 dtd. 11.01.2016 for Direct Recruitment of 83 Class-III Supervisory posts through online from eligible candidates. As many as 10,151 candidates have applied for these posts.

In order to bring-in transparency in recruitment for these posts, online Common Aptitude Test (CAT) was conducted on 19.08.2017 in 8 Districts, 33 Examination Centres for 10151 candidates applied.

 Based on Merit of Marks, Select Lists have been published for 80 posts which include 26 women candidates. 70 candidates have reported in Central Offices on 29.01.2018 at Central Offices.
All 70 candidates are placed on one year On the Job Training. Further, Orientation Training Program has been organized on this day and training will be held for one month in three phases.
I. 10 days training program at Central Training Institute, Bangalore, regarding Introduction on Corporation/Service Rules/Office Manual/Conduct & Disciplinary Rules/Soft Skills/Communication Skills
and other subjects.
II. 10 days practical training program under the guidance of respective Heads of Departments on Roles & Functioning of the Department at Central Offices.
III. 10 days practical training program at Divisions/Regional Workshops/Depots with respect to Roles & Functioning of the Units.
The selection process for Class-III Supervisory posts is completely based on Educational Qualification marks & marks obtained in CAT Exam transparently. Brief Note on on-going recruitment is KSRTC

For Direct Recruitment of 72 various posts of Class-II Officers, Online Common Aptitude Test has been conducted & Revised Key Answers published in the Corporation website on 31.01.2018. Further, the eligible candidates in the ratio of 1:2 will be called for original document verification & the
Selections will be made purely based on Merit of Marks transparently.
For Direct Recruitment of 6 different categories of 1116 Class-III Non Supervisory posts, 1,81,789 applications have been received online and CAT Exam for these posts will be conducted shortly & selections will be made based on Merit of Marks transparently.
Under Notification No.1/2015 for Direct Recruitment of 833 posts of Drivercum-Conductor
specifically for Puttur, Mangalore & Chamaraj Nagara
Divisions. The computerized Driving Trade Test will be taken-up in this month
for 9150 candidates & selections will be made based on merit of Trade Test
marks transparently.
Sd/-
Public Relations Officer

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KSRTC FRANCHISE APPOINTMENT

KARNATAKA STATE ROAD TRANSPORT CORPORATION { KEMPEGOWDA BUS STAND DlVlSlON : BANGALORE

l. Applicants should be Indian Nationals.
2. Age: Applicants should have completed 18 years as on the last date of submisslon of applications for franchisee. Matriculation or Secondary School Leaving Certificate indicating date of birth or Voters lD card or Passport or Birth Certificate or Delving
License (Permanent) or AADHAAR shall be produced as proof of age.
3. Educational Qualification: Pass in SSLC (10th standard) or equivalent examination as on the last date of submission of application for Franchisee. Passed Marks Card shall be produced as proof of educational qualification.
4. Residential status: The applicant should be a resident of Karnataka. Ration Card or Voters lD card or Driving License (Permanent) or Passport or AADHAR shall be produced as address proof. Insurance policies, Telephone bills, Bank Passbook extract are not allowed as address proof.
5. Applicant shall submit a photo-identity card for ascertaining the identity of the applicant. Ration Card (applicant's name as head of family) or Voters lD card or Driving Licence (Permanent) or Passport or Pan Card or AADF{AR shall be produced as proof of identity.

6. The applicant shall have a suitably located good office, which is easily accessible to the general public for comfortably buying tickets. The office/business address shall be lotated at a distance of 100 meters or more from the existing franchisee / KSRTC counters. This distance will be measured,through nearest motorable road.
7. Disqualification:
a) Persons who have been convicted for criminal offence involving moral turpitude / economic offences (other than Freedom struggle) are not ellglble.
b) Totally paralysed or mentally unsound persons (who suffer from insanity) are not eligible.
c) Totally Deaf, Dumb or Blind persons are not eligible.
d) Franchisees whose agreements were terminated by KSRTC or sister STUs of Karnataka for proven malpractices / violations are not eligible.
e) pubtic servants are not eligible. They can apply if they are willing to resign f rom their current employment for considering the appointment as Franchisee.

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SSC CGL Exam, MTS Exam and Junior Engineers Exam Dates

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Candidates are hereby informed that :
1. The Combined Graduate Level Examination (Tier-II), 2017, earlier scheduled to be held from 18.1.2018 to 20.1.2018, has been postponed and will now be held from 17.2.2018 to 22.2.2018.
2. The Multi-Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff Examination (Paper-II), 2016, will be held on 28.1.2018.
3. The Junior Engineers Examination (Paper-I), 2017, earlier scheduled to be held from 22.1.2018 to 25.1.2018, will now be held from 22.1.2018 to 29.1.2018 (There will be no examination on 26th and 28th January 2018).

Under Secretary (P&P-I)
4.1.2018



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CHEMISTRY SCIENTIFIC OFFICER EXAM SYLLABUS- KARNATAKA STATE POLICE DEPARTMENT

SYLLABUS FOR THE POST OF SCIENTIFIC OFFICER - CHEMICAL SECTION IN
FORENSIC SCIENCE LABORATORIES (POLICE DEPARTMENT)
KARNATAKA STATE
1. Introduction, definition, principles, scope and branches of Forensic Science.
2. Crime Scene Investigation: Definition of crime scene, Classification of crime scenes indoor
& outdoor, primary & secondary, macroscopic & microscopic crime scenes, Significance of
crime scene and ethics of crime scene investigation.
3. Physical Evidence: Definition, Classification, Sources, Significance and value of physical
evidence. Linkage between crime scene, victim and criminal. Study of crime scenes relating
to Gas explosions, Fire and arson, homicide, suicide, murder, mass disaster (Bomb blasts,
Vehicle and Train accidents, Air-crash, Industrial accidents etc).
4. Chemical periodicity, main group of elements and their compounds, concept of acids and

bases, hard soft acid base concept, non aqueous solvents, organometallic compoundssynthesis,
bonding & structure and reactivity, characterization of inorganic compounds.
5. Qualitative analysis: Sample preparation, dissolution, digestion and fusion, Nature of trace
analysis, spot tests and spectroscopic methods. Screening tests commonly engaged in
chemical analysis of drugs samples.
6. Quantitative analysis: Volumetric and Gravimetric analysis.
7. Solvent extraction: Advantage and application, Derivation of the relation between the
percentage extraction and number of extraction, relation between distribution ratio and
distribution coefficient, quantitative treatment of neutral chelate in extraction systems, pH
extraction curve, masking agent, salting out technique, single extraction verses multiple
extractions, solid phase extraction, accelerated solvent extraction, ultrasonic extraction, heat
reflux extraction.

8. Chromatography: Introduction, principle, procedure and applications of
– Paper chromatography, Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC), High Performance Thin Layer
Chromatography (HPTLC), Adsorption chromatography, Column chromatography, Gas
Liquid Chromatography (GLC), Ion-exchange Chromatography, Reverse phase
chromatography, High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), Liquid chromatographyMass
spectrometry (LC-MS), Gas chromatography-Mass spectrometry (GC-MS).
9. Spectrophotometry - Basic principles, Beer-Lambert’s Law. Principle and biochemical
applications of UV-Vis spectrophotometry, atomic absorption spectroscopy. Theory and
applications of IR, Fourier Transform Infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), Nuclear Magnetic
Resonance spectroscopy (NMR) in the study of macromolecular structures, Raman
spectroscopy, Mass spectroscopy.

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BIOLOGY SCIENTIFIC OFFICER EXA0M SYLLABUS- POLICE DEPARTMENT

SYLLABUS FOR THE POST OF SCIENTIFIC OFFICER (BIOLOGY) IN FORENSIC SCIENCE LABORATORY
AND ITS UNITS- POLICE DEPARTMENT
1. Definition and scope of Forensic Science – History and Development of Forensic Science,
Organization of the Forensic Science laboratory. Central and state forensic science
laboratories India, Directorate of forensic sciences. Functions of a Forensic Scientist.
2. Physical Evidence : Their significance, class and individual characteristics, identification and
individualization of physical evidence, Locards’s exchange principle, Mobile forensic science
laboratory and its deployment in scenes of crimes.
3. The scene of Crime: Crime scene search for physical evidence, photography, sketching,
collection, preservation, packing and transportation of evidence, maintaining the chain of
custody.
4. Evaluation of blood and blood stain: Visual examination, Ultra Violet, Infrared examination,
Microscopy, Spectroscopy, Spectrophotometry, Chromatography, Colour and crystal tests,
Luminol tests.

5. Composition and biochemical functions of body fluids: i.e. blood, semen, saliva, urine sweat,
biochemical nature and forensic significance.
6. Semen:- Nature, location, identification of semen, seminal stains and spermatozoa. Visual
observation test, Physical test, Ultra Violet test, Microscopic test, Chemical tests and
enzymatic tests.
7. Saliva and other body fluids:- Forensic importance of saliva and other body fluids such as
Urine, faecal matter, sweat, vomit stains and vaginal secretions and their identification by
chemical tests.
8. Morphology and composition of hair and fibers. Methods used in their elucidation –
applications to forensic science.

9. Characterization, properties and structure of nucleic acids to forensic DNA applications.
10. Forensic serology: Types and properties of antigens and antibodies, principles.
Determination of species origin of blood and blood stains, Blood grouping techniques in
fresh and dried blood stains. Blood grouping types and their importance in Forensic analysis.
Estimation of age of blood stains. Secretors and non-secretors status.
11. Immunoassay methods : Immunoprecipitation, Immunodiffusion Immunoelectrophoresis,
Immunofluoresces, Radioimmunoassay(RIA) and ELISA.
12. Forensic DNA Examination: Basic principles of genetics. Importance of DNA in Forensic
analysis. Forensic DNA profiling techniques including DNA automated analysis systems.
13. Diatom examination: Importance of Diatom examination in forensic samples, Methods of
examination and significance in drowning cases.

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