KPSC KAS Result 2015 declared by kpsc.kar.nic.in - KPSC GPE 2014 Pre Exam Results Merit list Answer key

KPSC KAS Result 2015 - Check KPSC GPE 2014 Pre Exam Merit list Answer key: Karnataka Public Service Commission (KPSC) had conducted Karnataka Administrative Services exam 2014 on 19 April 2015. The test was organized for 440 posts mainly Assistant Commissioners, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Assistant Commissioner (Commercial Taxes), Tahsildar, etc.. Now the latest news is that Results had been by KPSC after preparation. MeriView.in had notified you via this page as soon as results got announced. Those candidates who had applied, can check their KPSC KAS Exam Result from the direct link provided here.



KPSC KAS Result 2015 Check Exam merit list for KPSC GPE 2014 kpsc.kar.nic.in

The Karnataka Public Service Commission had conducted Gazetted Probationers Preliminary Examination 2014 on 19-04-2015 for 440 posts. The question paper have 100 questions of 2 marks each.


The list of eligible candidates for Main exam had been released. KPSC KAS Result was announced on 17 June 2015.
KPSC KAS Result is available for checking at kpsc.kar.nic.in and can be checked from above given link.

How to check KPSC KAS Result

To check exam result / merit list, candidates have to visit the direct link given here. It will let you download KPSC GPE 2014 Result pdf after result declaration.
The document will have list of shortlisted candidates. Candidates have to search their roll number in that to find out their qualifying status.

Name of Organization
Karnataka Public Service Commission (KPSC)
Name of Exam
Karnataka Administrative Services (KAS) / Gazetted Officers Pre exam (GPE)
Latest News on
KPSC KAS Result
Exam Date
19 April 2015
Official website
kpsc.kar.nic.in

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Addendum
KPSC had earlier released the answer keys for this exam.
Check Answer key from below.
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  1. The Exam is conducted in 12 Centres (i.e.,) 10 districts and 2 Taluks. In all 2,67,472 candidates are taking the examination in 625 sub-centres .
  2. Frisking has been introduced for the first time and all the candidates are advised to carry only Admission Tickets and Pens to the Examination Halls.
  3. Around 125 Class-I Officers are appointed as Flying Squads to ensure fair conduct of the Examinations without malpractices.
  4. Around 45 Senior I.A.S/I.P.S/I.F.S/K.A.S Officers are appointed as Observers throughout the State to monitor the peaceful and fair conduct of the Examinations.