Kerala Public Service Commission has conducted the OMR examination of WOMEN CIVIL EXCISE OFFICER (501/17) Women Civil Excise Officer 2018 Exam for EXCISE DEPARTMENT on following districes, Kasaragod Kannur Wayanad Kozhikode Palakkad Thrissur Ernakulam Idukki Malappuram Kottayam Thiruvananthapuram Kollam Alappuzha Pathanamthitta districts on February 24, 2018 at various examination centers to hire the eligible staff post offered by the Excise Department.
The question paper and answer key of Women Civil Excise Officer 2018 Thiruvananthapuram, Alappuzha, Idukki, Thrissur, Malappuram, Wayanad and Kannur districts are provided below. There is total 100 multiple type questions in Kerala PSC Women Civil Excise Officer OMR Examination, the mark allotted to each correct answer is 1 and 1/3 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer. You can find url to download Question paper and Answer Key of Kerala PSC Women Civil Excise Officer Exam (501/17).
Women Civil Excise Officer (501/17) exam Excise Department question paper answer key for Kasaragod Kannur Wayanad Kozhikode Palakkad Thrissur Ernakulam Idukki Malappuram Kottayam Thiruvananthapuram Kollam Alappuzha and Pathanamthitta districts exams are conduected on Today (February 24, 2018) provided below.
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Expected Cut-off marks for Women Civil Excise Officer is available here. Click here to view Women Civil Excise Officer Expected Cut Off Marks. Kerala , known as Gods Own Country has some of the best tourist destinations in India for any kind of holiday. It is the land of coconuts, backwaters, elephants and the land of rich cultures and traditions, and has been one of the most sought after places by travelers from all around the world.
Kerala is the land of kera or coconut. It is a never-ending array of coconut palms; sun blanched beaches… enchanting backwaters cruised by kettuvallams (rice barges); magical monsoon showers; rich diversity of flora and fauna; misty mountains of the Western Ghats; fragrance of spices and a plethora of art forms;. Kerala Excise department comes under the Govt. of Kerala, Ministry of Excise. The department is tasked with enforcing rules regarding the sale, licensing, control of anything that uses alcohol. it is also responsible in preventing the sale and smuggling of Cannabis, heroin etc. along with the police. The principal duties of the Department are protection, augmentation and collection of Excise Revenue and enforcement of the above acts and various Rules made there under. The Department prevents leakage of revenue, and exerts effective control on the abuse of liquor and Intoxicating Drugs.
The Department is administering laws related to Liquor, Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances, Medicinal Preparations containing alcohol and narcotic drugs, etc. The senior officers are drawn from the IPS, IRS as well as the IAS. The land of Kerala is believed to be a gift of the Arabian Sea. Owing to its favourable location this land fostered trade and established contacts with Egypt, Assyria, Greeks, Romans and the Chinese. The Malayalam era 'Kollavarsha' is believed to have started in the 9th century A.D. During this period of internal strife in Kerala, Cheraman Perumal founded the Chera dynasty (9th century AD). In about 1498 the Portuguese came to Calicut and in 1502 to Kochi.