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Kerala Public Service Commission has conducted the OMR examination of Police Constable (Telecommunications) Police Department 104/17 state wide on February 14, 2018 at various examination centers to hire the eligible staff.
The question paper and answer key of Police Constable (Telecommunications) Police Department 2018 ( exam date 14/02/2018 ) are provided below. There is total 100 multiple type questions in 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 Police Constable (Telecommunications) Police Department Exam. Category numbers are 104/17.
Question paper and Provisional Answer key is available.
The name Kollam is derived from a Sanskrit word Kollam which means pepper. Kollam popularly known as Quilon is situated at a distance of about 72 km away from Thiruvananthapuram. Kollam (known to the Portuguese as Quilon, pronounced koy-lon) is a city and a municipal corporation in Kollam district in the Indian state of Kerala.
It lies 71 Kilometres north of the state capital Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum). It is also the headquarters of the Kollam District, one among the 14 districts in the state of Kerala. It is bound on the south by Thiruvananthapuram district, on the north by Pathanamthitta and Alappuzha, on the east by Tamil Nadu and on the west by the Arabian Sea. The town is very famous for cashew processing and coir manufacturing. It is the southern gateway to the backwaters of Kerala, and thus, a prominent tourist destination.
Kerala Public Works Department (KPWD) is a department under the government of the state of Kerala, India. It manages the construction and maintenance of civil structures owned by the government viz; government buildings, government-owned hospitals (part of the public health system), roads, bridges etc. The KPWD was formed in 1956 following the reorganization of states.
Public works government in the State of Travancore (which later formed the major part of Kerala State following the reorganisation of states in 1956) made its beginning in the year 1823 with the formation of the Maramath Department as a branch of the Huzur Cutchery (Government Secretariat) with an executive branch known as the Panivakai Maramath. The Administration Report of the department for the year 1873-74 states that "the new roads of which very nearly 1000 miles have been either completely opened or are in various stages of progress have tapped an enormous tract of the country hitherto almost inaccessible, giving fresh impetus to agriculture". For more information, visit: https://kerala.gov.in/public-works1
Kerala's Socio-economic development reached such an important stage in the beginning of the twenty first century that further growth became possible only by reconstructing and modernising important roads in the State. At the national level when the important cities are to be interconnected with super highway corridors Kerala had to develop her own National Highway link roads to partake of the resultant economic growth. As a part of this effort discussions were held with the Central Government. Consequently Kerala entered into the State Support Agreement with the Centre. Decision was taken to develop NH 17 and NH 47 into four/six lane state super highways. The follow up measures are being taken by the Government showing enough urgency.
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