Jammu and Kashmir: CBT exam will start from September 25 for the recruitment of 533 posts in ten departments

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News Desk, Amar Ujala, Jammu

Published by: Prashant Kumar
Updated Tue, 14 Sep 2021 09:48 AM IS

Summary

JKSSB has asked the candidates who have studied up to graduation to withdraw their applications by 22 September. The maximum qualification in class IV is kept till class 12th. Graduate degree holders will not be eligible for this. Such candidates can withdraw their candidature by 22 September.

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The Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) has started its exam schedule after the COVID situation came under control. After conducting the exam in August for the recruitment of 1200 posts in the health and medical department, the board is now going to start the CBT exam for 533 posts in 10 different departments from September 25. These examinations will run till September 1 and candidates will be able to download the admit card from the board’s website from September 15.

The exam schedule of JKSSB was greatly affected due to Kovid. Now as soon as the cases of Kovid come down, the board has started the process of conducting examinations. The board has established more than 20 examination centers for the successful conduct of the examination. The examinations are being conducted following the Kovid SOP.
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Scrutiny of documents for class IV posts continues
On the other hand, the documents of successful candidates in the written examination conducted by JKSSB for the posts of class IV will be checked on September 13, 14 and 15. Scrutiny of documents was postponed for some reason earlier by the board. The board has kept up to three days to check the documents of the remaining candidates.
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After that the board will release the final selection list. On the other hand, JKSSB has asked the candidates who have studied up to graduation to withdraw their applications by 22 September. The maximum qualification in class IV is kept till class 12th. Graduate degree holders will not be eligible for this. Such candidates can withdraw their candidature by 22 September.

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The Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) has started its exam schedule after the COVID situation came under control. After conducting the exam in August for the recruitment of 1200 posts in the health and medical department, the board is now going to start the CBT exam for 533 posts in 10 different departments from September 25. These examinations will run till September 1 and candidates will be able to download the admit card from the board’s website from September 15.

The exam schedule of JKSSB was greatly affected due to Kovid. Now as soon as the cases of Kovid come down, the board has started the process of conducting examinations. The board has established more than 20 examination centers for the successful conduct of the examination. The examinations are being conducted following the Kovid SOP.

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Scrutiny of documents for class IV posts continues

At the same time, the documents of successful candidates in the written examination conducted by JKSSB for the posts of class IV will be on September 13, 14 and 15. Scrutiny of documents was postponed for some reason earlier by the board. The board has kept up to three days to check the documents of the remaining candidates.

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After that the board will release the final selection list. On the other hand, JKSSB has asked the candidates who have studied up to graduation to withdraw their applications by 22 September. The maximum qualification in class IV is kept till class 12th. Graduate degree holders will not be eligible for this. Such candidates can withdraw their candidature by 22 September.

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