Kerala PSC, also known Kerala Public Service Commission (KPSC) is a statutory body established for the recruitment of new personal to public sector job positions. Various departments of the Kerala Govt. reports vacancies to KPSC, and they will arrange the hiring as per the requirements of the State and following prevailing laws. KPSC has an online application system known as Thulasi. Candidates wishing to participate in Kerala PSC Exams and Recruitments should do a one-time registration at KPSC Thulasi home page and create a profile. Later as a user they may login to Kerala PSC website, browse through all notifications, and apply for an appropriate opening.
Kerala PSC (KPSC) new profile registration through Thulasi
The official website of the Kerala PSC is www.keralapsc.gov.in, which lists general information about the institution, exam results, certificates, etc. The website has every information, but it is a little confusing for a new user visiting the portal for details of ongoing PSC Exams and application forms for newly announced vacancies. Although they have provided a link to the KPSC Thulasi URL, it is not mentioned that you have to do a one-time registration at KPSC Thulasi, and then login to locate all ongoing PSC recruitments and download the corresponding notifications.
KPSC Thulasi Login page for user
The URL link given below is your start-up page whether you are new or existing user at Kerala PSC. Existing users may login to this page (KPSC Thulasi) to view and apply online for all available jobs, download hall tickets, etc.
If you already have a user ID and password, you may login to KPSC Thulasi by clicking here.
New users should follow a one-time registration process to access all benefits. Let see how we can do that.
Requirements for Kerala PSC one-time online application.
Digital Photograph & Signature: Candidates have to upload a color photograph and signature in JPEG format to PSC server during online registration. KPSC has a precise rule on the size and dimension of the photo and signature acceptable at Thulasi application form. If you’re scanning the photo, you have to edit the image in Photoshop or a similar tool to achieve the following dimensions.
Photo: 150 pixels width*200 pixels height, and up-to 30KB size.
Signature: 150 pixels width * 100 pixels height, and up-to 30KB size.
Candidates may use a color or black & white photograph. The background of the processed image should be White or any light-toned color. The face, eyes, and shoulder should be visible. The name of the candidate and date on which the photo was taken should be added below the image in the white background. Check the sample photo attached here.
ID Proof: As per the KPSC thulasi website, applicants may use their aadhar, an account number of any nationalized bank, driving license, voters ID, PAN card and passport for one-time registration.
Email ID and Mobile number: Mobile number is a must and should be verified over OTP when you login to KPSC thulasi for the first-time. PSC will send SMS alerts to this number when you apply for Exams or try to reset the online password.
Kerala PSC Thulasi Registration: Steps to follow after Login.
Watching video is probably the best way to understand the whole process involved in Kerala PSC one-time registration.
- Just go the to Kerala PSC Thulasi login page linked above, and click on the blue signup button on the right-side to begin your KPSC one-time registration.
- The first stage is uploading the photo and signature of the candidate. Please recheck whether your uploads are in the right size and dimensions before you start with Thulasi web application. The form will reject an incompatible image, and you may have to re-start the whole process again.
- Make sure that you correctly enter your name and DOB on KPSC Thulasi as it is not possible to edit the same in the profile section, later. You may have to call a PSC office for help in case you need any change in Name and DOB.
- If the photo and signature are accepted, you will see the same on the application form and will be taken to a page where you have to enter your parent’s name, ID proof, identification mark, location, etc.
- The next section is about your communication and permanent addresses.
- Enter your email ID and mobile number in the following page.
- Create a memorable user ID and secure password in the final page of Thulasi enrollment form.
- With this, you have completed the Kerala PSC one-time registration. Now you have to login to the KPSC Thulasi form to finish the remaining formalities.
- Upon signing in you will see a few links in the Red and Green colors. Complete everything in Green color and verify the mobile number to confirm your registration.
- It is also recommended to add your educational qualifications, and community benefits, etc. before you start looking for employment options.
- After this, you may visit the Notifications link on the Thulasi home page to apply for the Kerala PSC vacancies.
< h3>Kerala PSC vacancies and notifications
A few of the ongoing KPSC job opportunities in December 2016 are listed in the table given below. All these vacancies are accessible after logging into candidate’s profile, in KPSC Thulasi.
Registered users will be presented with a link to “currently active notifications” page when they login to Kerala PSC. They may directly go to the application form, by putting the category code in the search box provided on the notifications page. For instance, If you’re applying for LD Clerk Exam, you would enter and search 414/2016; immediately you will get re-directed to the appropriate page.
How to apply online for Kerala PSC Jobs
If the category code is not available, candidates have to browse through all the available notifications to find a particular vacancy. If you’re from the General community, which is not eligible for relaxations, your opportunities would probably in the State Wide-Direct -General or the District Wide Direct-General section.
For eg: if you take KPSC LD Clerk recruitment, the hiring is district-wise. So when you login to Kerala PSC thulasi, click on the 6th notification category, District-wide -Direct-General. There, you will find the LD Clerk notification as the last entry. Press on the Check Eligibility button. Now you will see a page like as shown in the right-side. Click on the Blue “apply now” button and continue just as they have instructed. You will get an SMS notification from Kerala PSC confirming your application for LD Clerk. Similarly, you may apply online for all eligible vacancies after the one-time registration.
Forgot kpsc login password/ user ID for Thulasi, how to reset it?
Forgot your Thulasi user ID? You may use your registered mobile number for the self-reset method. Send an SMS KL USR to 51969 and you will get your user ID as an SMS reply.
For the password recovery, you may provide your name, DOB and the ID proof details, here. You will receive the temporary password as an SMS from KPSC. The password will be the first six letters of your user ID followed by the date of birth in DDMMYYY format. For example, if my user ID is ldclerk902, and DOB is 20-05-1986, the temporary password will be ldcker2005198. You may change this password after logging into Kerala PSC Thulasi.
Is is possible to a second registration at Kerala PSC?
As it says, it’s a one-time registration. Also, the Thulasi web application will reject and block a second attempt if you are using the same Identity proof and number. If you lost all ways to recover your PSC ID, then you may contact the official support before creating a new profile. For further assistance, Call 0471-2444438 or 0471-2555538 during PSC office hours.
How to download the hall ticket for Kerala PSC examinations.
The KPSC will release an admit card for the applicants a few days before the date of their PSC examination. Candidate’s test center, time and other details will be written in the hall ticket. If you get an alert that your card is ready, login to Thulasi and go to the “admission ticket” link, and click on the tab “2016” and find the PDF download button.
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