Kerala PSC (KPSC Thulasi/PSC Thulasi) Exam 2022: Eligibility, Syllabus, Result and More

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Kerala PSC (Kerala Public Service Commission) or KPSC Thulasi is a state-level administrative authority that organises the Kerala PSC exam to fill vacancies in the state of Kerala's administrative departments.

The Kerala Public Service Commission, often known as KPSC Thulasi or PSC Thulasi, is in responsible of organising the exam that chooses candidates for administrative positions. It also has an essential administrative function. The once-a-year exam consists of three rounds: preliminary, major, and interview. The winners of the KPSC Prelims exam will be given preference for the Mains exam. Those who pass the Mains exam will also be eligible for the interview process. The primary exam and the interview will be used to choose the candidate for the post.The Kerala PSC exam, results, eligibility requirements, syllabus, results, etc. were all included in this article because of this. Therefore, in this essay, we'll be talking about all the details related to the Kerala PSC exam, eligibility criteria, results, syllabus, etc.

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Particulars Details
Name of the organization Kerala Public Service Commission
Exam Level State Level
Frequency Annually
Job Location Kerala
Mode of Application Online
Exam Mode Offline
Selection Procedure
  • Phase 1: Preliminary Exam
  • Phase 2: Mains examination
  • Phase 3: Interview
Language of the Exam English and Malayalam
 

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Kerala PSC/ KPSC Thulasi Notification 2022

The Kerala Public Service Commission has yet to release the formal notification for the Kerala PSC 2022 recruitment (PSC Thulasi). On the commission's official website, the KPSC Thulasi will provide information on the hiring method and the number of open vacancies. The official website contains the curriculum, exam schedule, and application form. Before registering for the Kerala PSC recruitment 2022, applicants should regularly check the official website for the most updated releases and information.
 
Exam Name Kerela Public Service Commission (KERALA PSC) or KPSC Thulasi or PSC Thulasi
Posts Assistant Professor, Instructor, Assistant, Personnel Manager & other posts
Category Number Cat no: 51/2021 to 110/2021
Total Vacancies 60
Job Category Kerala Govt. Jobs
Starting Date To Apply 09th April 2021
Last Date To Apply 05th May 2021
Mode of Application Online
Job Location Kerala
Website keralapsc.gov.in
 

PSC Thulasi Login (KPSC) Kerala PSC Thulasi Profile Login & registration

To register on the KPSC website and receive information about new KPSC employment, follow the steps outlined below:
  1. Visit the official thulasi.psc.kerala.gov.in website.
  2. Registered users can log in and new users can sign up for fresh registration in the "Registered User Login."
  3. Select the "Sign Up" option.
  4. On the screen, a new registration will appear.
  5. Fill in the essential information such as the applicant's name, date of birth, religion, caste, id proof number, and so on.
  6. On the registered mobile number, the user will receive a One Time Password (OTP). Continue with the registration process after verifying the OTP.
  7. Make a user ID and password that will be used for login. The User ID must be generated without the use of spaces, and the applicant must remember it for future use.
  8. Fill in the captcha code at the bottom of the form.
  9. Sign the statement and return it together with the registration form.

Kerala PSC Thulasi Profile Login

Users must follow the following steps to log in to the website:
  1. Go to thulasi.psc.kerala.gov.in's homepage.
  2. Locate the "Registered User Login" box on the site page.
  3. Enter the unspaced User ID that was generated upon registration.
  4. Enter your password here.
  5. Complete the captcha. Because the captcha is case sensitive, please examine it before entering it.
  6. When you enter "Log In," you will be successfully logged into the website.

Kerala PSC Thulasi Profile Forgot Password

If an applicant has forgotten their user account password, they can reset it by following these simple steps:
  1. Navigate to the PSC Thulasi official website at thulasi.psc.kerala.gov.in.
  2. Click the "Forgot password" link in the "Registered User Login" section.
  3. A forgot password recovery form will be shown.
  4. Enter the applicant's User ID, which was established during the registration process.
  5. Enter the applicant's birth date.
  6. Users must enter the number of a government-issued ID while enrolling on the PSC Thulasi portal. Users must input the number from the same ID proof.
  7. You can decode the case sensitive captcha or refresh it if it is illegible.
  8. Enter the captcha and press the "Reset" button.

Kerala PSC/ KPSC Thulasi Eligibility Criteria 2022

Before applying for the Kerala PSC Exam, make sure you meet the Kerala PSC eligibility requirements. Applicants must meet the eligibility requirements for the Kerala PSC exam in terms of nationality, age limit, and educational qualifications to apply. Following are the minimum eligibility criteria required for Kerala PSC/ KPSC Thulasi Exam:

Kerala PSC/KPSC Thulasi Eligibility: Nationality

The candidate must fulfil the nationality criteria as follows:

  1. The candidate must be a citizen of India.
  2. He/She should be a resident of Kerala.

Kerala PSC/KPSC Thulasi Eligibility: Educational Qualification

Candidates must have completed their graduation/post-graduation/any professional degree in any stream (from a UGC or NAAC or comparable accredited university or institution) with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks in the general category and 45% aggregate marks in the SC/ST/OBC categories.
Post Name Educational Qualification
Last Grade Servant (LGS) Candidates must have completed the 7th grade from a recognized university.
Typist
Candidates must have completed the SSLC or equivalent certification from a recognized board, as well as the following skills:
  • Lower Grade Certificate in Malayalam Typewriting Lower
  • Should Possess Grade Certificate in KGTE or MGTE English Typewriting
  • Six-month certification in Microsoft Office and DTP
Clerk Typist
SSLC or equivalent certification from a recognized board, as well as the following skills:
  • They must also have a Malayalam Typewriting Lower Grade Certificate.
  • When applying for the position, candidates must have a Lower Grade Certificate in KGTE English Typewriting & Computer Processing.
Lower Division Clerk SSLC or equivalent certification from a recognized board
Stenographer
Candidates must have completed the 10th grade or SSLC with the following skills:
  • Lower Grade Certificate in Malayalam Typewriting from KGTE
  • When applying for the position, candidates must have a Higher Grade Certificate in KGTE English Typewriting & Computer Processing.
  • KGTE ShortHand English (Lower) Certificate
Office Attendant, and Secretariat Office Attendant Candidates must have completed 10th grade, SSLC, or equivalent certification.
Assistant Professor in Reproductive Medicine
  • Reproductive Medicine and Surgery, M.Ch./DNB (Super Specialty)
  • In the absence of the foregoing, MS/MD/DNB(O&G) and National Board Fellowship/post-doctoral fellowship/Special training in Reproductive Medicine for two years in a recognized teaching/training centre
  • Requires a recognized specialized qualification in the topic and three years of teaching experience in Reproductive Medicine as a Resident/Registrar/Demonstrator/Tutor in a recognized Medical College.
Agronomist
  • Agronomy Master's Degree (First or Second Class)
  • Five years of state-level agriculture planning experience
Scientific Officer (Biology) (Physics) (Chemistry) Post Graduate Degree in the respective Subject
Fisheries Extension Officer A bachelor's degree in Fisheries Science from a reputable university OR a master's degree in Fisheries Science, Industrial Fisheries, Mariculture, or a related field.
Medical Social Worker MSW or MA/MSc in Psychology from a UGC-recognized University/Institute established by the Government of Kerala/National Institutes established by the Government of India
Regional Manager - Society Category MBA (Finance) or Membership in the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, with 3(three) years of experience in Managerial / Supervisory cadre in Cooperative Institutions / Scheduled Banks / Government OR Master's or Bachelor's Degree in Science/Arts/Commerce
Matron (Female) (Engineering/ Polytechnic Hostels)
  • S.S.L.C.
  • Experience working as a female housekeeper or matron in a hostel or other institution
Computer Assistant Grade-II
  • Pass the 12th grade or its equivalent.
  • Possess Higher Grade Certificate in English Typewriting (KGTE) and Computer Word Processing (or equivalent)
Fire and Rescue Officer
  • Must have completed the 12th grade or its equivalent examination.
  • A valid current driver's license with an endorsement for driving a heavy goods vehicle or a heavy passenger vehicle with a badge is required.
  • Must meet the commission's physical qualifications
Overseer Grade 3/Work Superintendent Grade 2 Must have passed S.S.L.C
Sales Assistant
  • A degree from a reputable university
  • Ability to communicate in English, Hindi, and Malayalam
Statistical Assistant Grade 2/Statistical Investigator Grade 2 A bachelor's degree from a recognized university or institution in economics, statistics, mathematics, or commerce with statistics.
 

Kerala PSC/KPSC Thulasi Eligibility: Age Limit

The candidate must fulfil the age criteria as follows:
 
Kerala PSC Post Name Kerala PSC Age Limit
Last Grade Servant (LGS) 18 years to 36 years
Clerk Typist 18 years to 41 years
Typist 18 years to 36 years
Stenographer 18 years to 36 years
Lower Division Clerk 18 years to 39 years
Office Attendant, and Secretariat Office Attendant 18 years to 36 years
Assistant Professor in Reproductive Medicine 25 years to 45 years
Agronomist 25 years to 50 years
Scientific Officer (Biology) (Physics) (Chemistry) 20 years to 36 years
Fisheries Extension Officer 18 years to 36 years
Administrative Officer - Society Category 18 years to 50 years
Administrative Officer - General Category 18 years to 45 years
Medical Social Worker 21 years to 36 years
Regional Manager - Society Category 18 years to 50 years
Regional Manager - General Category 18 years to 45 years
Matron (Female) (Engineering/ Polytechnic Hostels) 35 years to 50 years
Computer Assistant Grade-II 18 years to 32 years
Fire and Rescue Officer 18 years to 26 years
Overseer Grade 3/Work Superintendent Grade 2 18 years to 36 years
Sales Assistant 18 years to 36 years
Statistical Assistant Grade 2/Statistical Investigator Grade 2 19 years to 36 years
 

Kerala PSC/KPSC Thulasi: Age Relaxation

Age allowances in the upper age limit will be granted to candidates from certain restricted groups. The maximum relaxation, according to Kerala government legislation, will be up to 10 years, depending on the candidates' ability and category.
 
Category Age Relaxation
Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe 5 years
OBCs (non-creamy layer) 3 years
Widows 5 years
Physically Disabled or Handicapped (P.H) 10 years
Below Poverty Line 3 years
Other PwBD Candidates 5 years
Ex-Servicemen The maximum age limit will be relaxed to the extent of the period of service put in by them in the Defence Forces and the period of unemployment on discharge up to a maximum of five years
  • For stream 2 vacancies, the candidate must have consistent working experience under any government official in Kerala state, in addition to the fundamental qualifications listed above, and must not have any form of penalty, suspension, or criminal offences during their 3-5 years working term.
  • For stream 3 positions, the applicant must have completed the probationary period in the government cadre and be under the age of 50.

Kerala PSC/KPSC Thulasi: Salary Structure

Post Name Salary Structure
Assistant Professor in Anatomy As per UGC Norms
Head of Section in Architecture Rs. 42500-87000
Agricultural Officer Rs. 39500 – 83000
Assistant Engineer (Electrical) Rs. 39,500-83,000/-
Lecturer in Dance (Kerala Natanam) Rs. 36,600-79,200/-
Legal Assistant Gr. II Rs. 29,200-62,400/-
Draftsman Gr. I Rs. 27,100-63,200/-
Draftsman Gr. II Rs. 23100-58700
Rehabilitation Technician Gr. II (Prosthetics/Orthotics/Leatherworks) Rs. 25,200-54,000/
Nurse Gr. II Rs. 20000-45800/
Divisional Accounts Officers Rs. 19440 – 34430/-
Artist Modeller Rs. 19,000-43,600 /-
Architectural Draftsman Gr. III Rs. 19,000-43,600 /-
 

Kerala PSC Application Form 2022

The Kerala PSC application form will be made available online. Candidates must complete an online application form, which will most likely be available in January. To avoid issues, candidates must complete the application form well before the deadline.

Given below are the steps to apply for the Kerala PSC exam 2022:

  • Step 1: Visit the official website of the Kerala Public Service Commission.
  • Step 2: Click on the link for One Time Registration link. The candidate will be redirected to a new OTR portal.
  • Step 3: Sign up and enter all the mandatory details such as Name, Date of Birth, Father’s Name, etc.
  • Step 4: On successful registration, the Registration ID and Password will be generated.
  • Step 5: Visit the Kerala PSC Thulasi website and log in with these credentials.
  • Step 6: Look for the post you wish to apply for and click on the “Apply Online” Link.
  • Step 7: Fill in all the necessary details in the application form carefully.
  • Step 8: Verify all the details and submit the application form by clicking on the “Registration Card”.
  • Step 9: Take a printout of the application form for future references.
No application fees need to be paid for filling out the Kerala PSC application form.

Kerala PSC Admit Card 2022

The Kerala PSC Admit Card will be available on the Kerala Public Service Commission's official website. Candidates must bring at least two copies of their to admit card to the exam.

No candidate will be permitted to take the exam unless they have a valid admit card. Students are advised to bring one photo ID proof to the exam centre in addition to their Admit Card.

How to Download Kerala PSC/KPSC Thulasi Admit Card 2022?

To obtain the Kerala PSC 2022 Admit Card, please follow the processes outlined below:
  • Visit the Kerala Public Service Commission's official website or click on the direct link for Kerala PSC Hall Ticket.
  • Enter your login credentials.
  • On the screen, the Kerala PSC Admit Card will show.
  • Check the information and save the admission card.
  • Make a copy of the admit card.
If any discrepancies or errors are identified in the Kerala PSC admission card data, candidates must report to the appropriate authorities. Applicants must also study and adhere to the instructions on the Kerala PSC admit card during the examination.

Kerala PSC/KPSC Thulasi Exam Pattern

Kerala Public Service Commission administers a two-tiered examination. Candidates must pass both the Preliminary and Mains examinations, as well as the interview, to be considered for selection. Candidates who pass the Kerala PSC Preliminary exam are shortlisted for the Mains exam, and the final selection is based on the candidate's overall score in the Prelims, Mains, and Interview.

The Kerala PSC Prelims exam is divided into two papers: General Studies Paper I and General Studies Paper-II.
  • Each paper is 90 minutes long in total.
  • The paper will be written in English and Malayalam.
  • Multiple-choice questions will be asked.
Papers Sections Maximum Marks
General Studies Paper I History, World History, Kerala Cultural Heritage, Geography, Reasoning, Simple Arithmetic, Mental Ability, Public Administration, Social Justice, Indian Constitution, Governance, Political System, and International Relations 100
General Studies Paper-II Part I: General Studies 100
Part II: Language Proficiency Tamil/Kannada/Malayalam
Part III: English Language Proficiency

Kerala PSC/KPSC Thulasi Mains: Exam Pattern

Candidates who achieve a score higher than the cutoff in the Kerala PSC Prelims Exam are eligible to take the Main Exam. The Kerala Public Service Commission Mains exam is a descriptive paper-based exam.
  • The Kerala PSC Mains exam is divided into three papers.
  • Each paper is 120 minutes long in total.
  • The paper will be written in English, Malayalam, and Hindi (optional).
Papers Sections Maximum Marks Duration
General Studies Paper-I Indian and Kerala History, World History, and Kerala Cultural Heritage 100 120 Minutes
General Studies Paper-II Indian Constitution, Polity, Public Administration, Science and Technology and Current Issues in given topics 100 120 Minutes
General Studies Paper-III Geography, Economics and Planning, and Current Issues in both Geography and Economics and Planning 100 120 Minutes

A general view and comparison of the Exam Pattern of KPSC Prelims and Mains Exam is provided below-
 
Characteristics Prelims Exam Info Mains Exam Info
Mode of Exam Online/Offline (OMR) Descriptive
Paper Count 2 3
Paper Weights General Studies Paper I and General Paper II General Studies Paper I, General Paper II, and General Paper III
Paper Marks 100 marks for each paper 100 marks for each paper
Maximum Marks 200 300
Timing per paper 90 Minutes for each paper 2 hours for each paper
Maximum time allowed 3 Hours 6 Hours
Questions Nature MCQs Descriptive written
Medium of Exam English, Malayalam, and Other Regional Language based on the notified post. English, Malayalam, and Other Regional Language based on the notified post.
Options count in MCQs 4 -
Kerala PSC Marking Schema Correct Answer adds 1 Marks each The wrong Answer deducts 1.3 Mark -
Negative Marking Yes No
 

Kerala PSC Syllabus

The first stage in preparing is to properly know and comprehend the syllabus.
Paper Sections Important Topics
General Studies Paper I Indian and Kerala History Ancient India: Art, literature and Art Architecture Culture, Popular Dynasties and their activities and movements
Modern Period: Modern Indian History, India before and after Independence with reorganisation and consolidation, All religious and social reform movements in 19th and 20th century, and
Kerala History: Kerala Social and Politics movements before Independence, Kerala State Establishment, Governments, Political parties with their movements, and Landmark policies and legislation
World History The industrial revolution, Redraw of National boundaries, Globalisation, World wars, Colonisation and decolonisation, and Capitalism, Communism, and Socialism –concerning their effects and forms in the society
Public Administration, Social Justice, Indian Constitution, Governance, Political System, and International Relations Indian Constitution and its salient features, Constitutional Authorities, Responsibilities and Functions of the Union and the Parliament, States and State Legislatures, Judiciary in India, Principles of Administrative Law, etc.
Geography Earth Motion, Seasons, Solar system, Atmosphere, Climate factors and elements, Concept of time, Geophysical phenomena, Hydrological Disasters, Continental and Marine Resources, etc.
Reasoning, Mental Ability & Simple Arithmetic Coding-Decoding, Logical Reasoning and Analytical Ability, Venn Diagram, Problems based on Calendar, Clock, and Age, Number series, Problems related to Shapes and their subsections and Relations, etc.
General Studies Paper-II General Studies (Part I) Economy: Indian economy after the independence eve And after the reform movements
Agriculture: Pricing of agriculture inputs and outputs, Green Revolution, Irrigation, Issues in Public Distribution System and Food Security, etc.
Infrastructure: Water Supply and Sanitation, Meaning and significance of infrastructure, and Infrastructure in Indian Economy, etc.
Industry: Industrial Policy, Small-Scale sector, SEZ and industrialization, e-Commerce, Growth and pattern of industrialization, Productivity in the industrial sector, etc.
Finance: Indian Tax System, Centre-State financial relation, GST: Concept and Implications, Government Budgeting, Indian Public Finance, etc.
Population: Growth Trends and Patterns, Unemployment trends and their effects
Kerala: Economy and Developmental Model, etc.
Language Proficiency for all Languages (Part II and III) Synonyms, Antonyms, Tenses, Active Voice, Passive Voice, Adverbs, Adjectives, Punctuation, Prepositions, Pronouns, Error Correction, etc.
 

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Kerala PSC/KPSC Thulasi Mains: Syllabus

Before applying for the KPSC exam, the candidate must be aware of the syllabus. Without accurate knowledge of the topics, the candidate will not be able to appear for the exam confidently and will not qualify for it as well. 
 
Section Important Topics
Indian and Kerala History
  • Ancient India: Art, literature and architecture, culture, Popular Dynasties and their activities and movements
  • Modern Period: Modern Indian History, India before and after Independence with reorganization and consolidation, All religious and social reform movements in 19th and 20th century, and
  • Kerala History: Kerala Social and Politics movements before Independence, Kerala State Establishment, Governments, Political parties with their movements, and Landmark policies and legislation
World History The industrial revolution, Redraw of National boundaries, Globalization, World wars, Colonization and decolonization, and Capitalism, Communism, and Socialism –concerning their effects and forms in the society
Kerala Cultural Heritage Art Forms, sculpture, literature, architecture, society salient features, Tribal Culture, Folk Culture, Pilgrimage, Theatre, and Evolution and History of Malayalam language and its literature, etc.
Public Administration, Social Justice, Indian Constitution, Governance, Political System, and International Relations Indian Constitution and its salient features, Constitutional Authorities, Responsibilities and Functions of the Union and the Parliament, States and State Legislatures, Judiciary in India, Principles of Administrative Law, etc.
Science and Technology Technology, Energy, Technology in Space & Defense, Environmental Science, and ICT, etc.
Current Issues It includes the current issues of all topics/sections in this paper.
Geography Earth Motion, Seasons, Solar system, Atmosphere, Climate factors and elements, Concept of time, Geophysical phenomena, Hydrological Disasters, Continental and Marine Resources, etc.
Economics and Planning Economy: Indian economy after the independence eve And after the reform movements
Agriculture Pricing of agriculture inputs and outputs, Green Revolution, Irrigation, Issues in Public Distribution System and Food Security, etc.
Infrastructure Water Supply and Sanitation, Meaning and significance of infrastructure, and Infrastructure in Indian Economy, etc.
Industry Industrial Policy, Small-Scale sector, SEZ and industrialization, e-Commerce, Growth and pattern of industrialization, Productivity in the industrial sector, etc.
Finance Indian Tax System, Centre-State financial relation, GST: Concept and Implications, Government Budgeting, Indian Public Finance, etc.
Indian Foreign Trade Composition, Trend, direction, and Structure
Population Growth Trends and Patterns, Unemployment trends and their effects, etc.
Kerala Economy Population, Agriculture, Infrastructure, and service sectors, etc.
Kerala Development Model Power Devolution, Planning, Tourism, Disaster Management, etc.
Current Issues in both Geography and Economics and Planning It includes the current issues of all topics/sections in this paper.

Kerala PSC Result

The Kerala Public Service Commission will disclose the Preliminary and Mains results separately. Applicants who pass the Prelims test will be able to view their Prelims results whenever they are announced by the authorities. Similarly, the results of the Kerala PSC Mains examination would be released following its completion. The Kerala Public Service Commission will provide the results in pdf format on its official website.

To verify the Kerala PSC/KPSC Thulasi 2022 result, follow the steps below:
  • Visit the Kerala Public Service Commission's official website.
  • Select the "Results" option at the top of the page.
  • Fill in the blanks with the necessary information.
  • Then, press the "Submit" button.
  • Those who want to see the Rank List or Shortlists for their post can do so by selecting the appropriate option.
  • After viewing the rank/shortlist, choose the download option to get the list.
  • If your name appears, it means you have been shortlisted or qualified for the applied post. Press "Ctrl+F" and input your Register number/Name; if your name appears, it means you have been shortlisted or qualified for the applied position.
  • Candidates can now download and save the pdf file for future use.

Kerala PSC 2022 Exam Books

Some of the standard Books that the candidates find helpful for both the prelims and mains exam are mentioned below.

Books Author/Publisher
Indian Polity M Laxmikanth
India’s Struggle for Independence Bipin Chandra
A brief history of modern India Rajiv Ahir and Spectrum Publications
Indian Economy Ramesh Singh
Certificate Physical Geography GC Leong

 

 
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Kerala PSC (KPSC Thulasi) Exam: FAQs

1- What is KPSC Group C?

The Karnataka Public Service Commission (KPSC) recruits for non-technical Group C positions. Candidates must be between the ages of 18 and 35 to be considered for this role. The KPSC Group C Recruitment Exam 2022 will be held to fill non-technical positions.

2- What is group A and B in KPSC?

The Karnataka Public Service Commission (KPSC) recruits for technical Group A positions. Candidates must be between the ages of 18 and 35 to be considered for this role. The KPSC Group A Recruitment Exam 2022 will be held to fill technical positions.

3- Can we write KPSC in English?

The question paper will be written in English. The respective language papers, on the other hand, will be released in the tested languages. The KPSC Mains consists of nine papers: two qualifying papers, four general papers, and two optional papers.

4- Can a final year student apply for KPSC Thulasi?

Yes both graduates and students currently appearing in final year of their degree can apply .

5- Is Malayalam necessary for Kerala PSC/KPSC Thulasi?

The Kerala Public Service Commission (PSC) has given approval to the government's proposal of making Malayalam a compulsory language for getting government jobs in Kerala. It clearly signifies that a good working knowledge of the Malayalam language is a must for the candidates applying for government jobs.

6-How to clear the Kerala Public Service Commission/KPSC Thulasi Exam?

The Kerala PSC/KPSC Thulasi  Exam can be aced with the right strategy and study resources. Before beginning exam preparation, the applicant should familiarise himself with the entire exam content and format. To ace the exam, create a study schedule that works for you and focus on the most important parts of the curriculum.

7- Will I have to register again and again to get information on the portal?

No, users will just need to complete a one-time registration process to create an account on the site. When people wish to check information on the website, they will just log into the portal.

8- While filling out the application form, I am unable to put the name of my college. Can you assist me?

The names of the colleges are not visible in the drop-down list. Applicants must choose the university with which their college is linked and fill out the necessary information. Candidates who are from Kerela but completed their education in another state must pick the state, and the universities from that state will show in the list.

9- How can I check the status of my application?

After logging into the portal, the status of the application will be displayed in the profile area as "applied." Users will also receive an SMS with information on the application's status.

10 - Can I edit my photograph and signature online on the KPSC Portal?

Yes. On the portal, candidates can modify their photographs and signatures.

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