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Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir: In a controversial move, Kashmir University (KU) has come under scrutiny for allegedly depriving first-semester students, enrolled in July 2023, of the right to apply for vehicle entry passes. Despite earlier assurances from the proctor, responsible for issuing these passes, students are now expressing frustration as their applications are not being accepted.
The proctor office had initially informed students that their applications for vehicle entry passes would be accepted after October 15, 2023. However, students claim that even after diligently approaching the university authorities, their requests are still not being acknowledged, leaving them in a state of confusion and inconvenience.
One affected student, who preferred to remain anonymous, stated, “We were told that our applications would be accepted after the 15th of October, and now, when we go to the office daily, the proctor is not accepting our applications. It’s causing a lot of distress, especially for those who commute from a distance.”
As a result of this alleged administrative lapse, students are compelled to park their vehicles outside the university gates and are being charged for parking facilities. This has triggered dissatisfaction among the student community, with some viewing it as an additional financial burden.
A concerned scholar at Kashmir University, speaking to Zehr un Nisa, a reporter at JKYouth.com, expressed their dismay, saying, “Forcing students to park their vehicles outside and then charging them for parking is another way of extracting money from students. This is unjust and adds an unnecessary financial strain on the already burdened students.”
The situation has prompted calls for the university administration to address the issue promptly and transparently. Students are urging the authorities to honor the earlier commitment made by the proctor and facilitate the smooth processing of their vehicle entry pass applications.
JKYouth.com will continue to monitor this situation and provide updates as the story develops. The university administration has not yet issued an official statement regarding the matter.
In a significant development, the Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (BOPEE) has announced the commencement of the Second Round (Upgradation/Allotment) of Physical Counseling for admission to B.Ed. Courses in the Institute of Advance Studies (formerly Government College of Education), M.A. Road Srinagar, Government College of Education, Canal Road Jammu, and the Composite Research Centre (CRC), Bemina Srinagar. This follows the shortfall of seats and vacancies identified after the first round of counseling.
Key Notifications: The upcoming counseling session is in accordance with Notification No.098-BOPEE of 2023 dated 18.10.2023 and No.118-BOPEE of 2023 dated 18.11.2023. Notification No: 128-BOPEE of 2023, dated 29-11-2023, outlines the specific details and procedures for the second round.
Schedule and Venue: Scheduled for 1st December 2023, the counseling will cater to candidates with ranks from 1 to 634, encompassing candidates from all categories. Eligible candidates are required to report at the BOPEE offices in Jammu/Srinagar for Registration/Attendance and fulfillment of other formalities between 11.00 a.m. and 12.00 Noon on the counseling day.
Important Instructions for Candidates:
The upgradation/allotment of seats during the Second Round of Counseling will be on a provisional basis and subject to the outcome of any pending writ petitions in competent courts.
Mandatory documents, including domicile certificate, final year marks card of graduation, and category certificate (wherever applicable), must be presented in original on the counseling day.
Candidates must bring their Priority certificate for check/verification if they fall under the CDP category.
It is imperative for eligible candidates to review the Seat Matrix available on the official website of the Board before attending counseling.
Candidates who were allotted seats in the first round and wish to seek upgradation must produce the fee deposition receipt of the concerned allotted College at the time of Registration/Attendance.
Candidates who failed to participate in the First Round due to various reasons are eligible to participate in the Second Round of counseling.
New participants in the counseling process are required to deposit Rs.1000/- as a counseling fee through POS machines available at BOPEE offices in Jammu/Srinagar on the counseling day.
The Board reserves the right to notify changes deemed necessary due to technical difficulties or reasons beyond its control.
In a recent notification, the Board of Professional Entrance Examination (BOPEE) has announced the commencement of the 2nd/Mop Up Round of Counseling for admission to the General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) Lateral Entry Course-2023 in Government and Private Colleges/Institutions of the Union Territory (UT) of Jammu and Kashmir. This round aims to fill the remaining seats, including those left vacant after the First Round of Counseling held from 17th to 19th August 2023.
Schedule and Eligibility: The 2nd/Mop Up Round of (Physical) counseling will be conducted simultaneously at BOPEE offices in Jammu and Srinagar. The counseling is scheduled for 22nd and 23rd November 2023. While the first day is dedicated to candidates from specific reserved categories (CDP/ALC/IB/STK/STL/RBA), the second day is open to all candidates.
Counseling Fee and Eligibility Criteria: Candidates who have not participated in the earlier counseling process are required to deposit a non-refundable counseling fee of Rs. 1000/- through POS Machines available at BOPEE offices in Jammu and Srinagar, using Debit/Credit cards. It’s important to note that the counseling fee does not guarantee seat allotment. The eligibility criteria have been revised, allowing candidates with a minimum of 10 marks in the Common Entrance Test to participate.
Documents Required: All participating candidates must bring original documents on the day of counseling, including:
Marks card of FMPHW/MMPHW/ANM Diploma
Date of Birth (D.O.B) as per matriculation certificate
Valid Category Certificate, if applicable
Medical Fitness certificate
Reserved Category Conversion: The Board has outlined a process for converting vacant reserved category seats into the open merit (OM) category if eligible candidates are not available. This aligns with the provisions under Section 09 (2) of the Jammu and Kashmir Reservation Act, 2004.
Upgradation/Allotment Procedure: During the 2nd/Mop Up Round, eligible candidates need to report to BOPEE offices in Jammu/Srinagar for registration, attendance, and fulfillment of other formalities between 08.30 a.m. to 10.00 a.m. on the respective days of counseling.
You can get your duplicate bill at http://www.jkpdd.net/jkapdrp/faces/jsp/bill/duplicateBillEntry.jsp
Here you need to enter your Consumer code, Name as on bill, Installation number, select month and year and then click on submit you will get your duplicate bill.
How to Pay JKPDD Online payment process:
Power Development Department (PDD is one of the Jammu and Kashmir state government departments responsible for energy transmission and power distribution in all districts. Later in 1995, the Department of Energy Development was changed to Jammu and Kashmir State Power Development Corporation (JKSPDC).
JKSPDC accepts online payments for electricity bills in Jammu and Kashmir districts. Consumers can use this online portal to pay their dues. To accept online bill payments, consumers must register their personal data, such as the consumer’s name, consumer number and other information in JKPDD Online’s invoice payment web portals.
Now pay the electricity bills through the net bank
Consumers in Jammu and Kashmir’s energy development department will suffer from the monthly clutter of queues at bank branches to pay electricity bills – the ministry started paying bills online at from this month.
Online billing would make it easier to pay bills, since customers can now pay bills sitting at home. Consumers can log on to http://billsahuliyat.jkpdd.net/ and use JK bank’s net banking service to pay the bill.
If you are new user then you need to sign up and proceed to make payment of your bill.
Speaking in Grand Kashmir, the Minister of State in power, Muhammad Ashraf Mir, said that this measure was intended to facilitate the payment of bills and that “this step is also part of the campaign to facilitate business because commercial consumers can also benefit from the convenience of online payment facility. “
“Our government is working to make services accessible to people at the door. We have witnessed that the payment of bills is a heavy exercise for our people and taking into account the difficulties they face, the decision to pay online has been taken to alleviate the problems of ordinary people, declared by Muhammad Ashraf.
Mir said that DP will not avoid the traditional bill payment system through bank branches. “We came to know about that seniors and uneducated people would have difficulty paying bills online; they can continue to pay their bills in the traditional way, declared by Minister of State in power.
The minister added that young people and educated people can, however, benefit from this facility. He added that with the advancement of IT, the DP needs to adapt to new technology.
PDD Deputy Executive Director Shabir Ahmad said that online billing was initially launched as a pilot project from last December month. “Due to the proper response and comments, we officially started bill payment online from this month, declared by Minister of State in power.
Ahmad said for now that consumers who have JK Bank’s net banking facility can make a bill payment online. Also can “Online payment through other banks can only be done after the state government gives a nod to this proposal.”
Meanwhile, the DP selection has obtained a very good reaction from the people. “ultimately, DP opted for an online charge of bills, which is a superb step,” said Imran Farooq, a resident of Srinagar, adding that the department should encourage people to pay their bills online by offering them some concessions.
Benefits of using DHBVN / UHBVN web portals for online bill payment:
The consumer can know the status of the current reading by connecting to the online bill payment portal JKPDD
The consumer can know the current status of the bill by logging into JKPDD’s online bill payment portal
The consumer can check the status of the previous online bill payment by logging into the online bill payment portal JKPDD
The consumer can pay the current bills by connecting to the online bill payment portal JKPDD
The consumer can use debit or credit cards 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, without physically moving, which can also save time
Jammu and Kashmir Consumers can use the below-given link to pay their electricity bills online
Here you need to enter your Consumer code, Customer name as on bill, Email Id, Phone number, select complaint type, and give complaint details and then click on submit to register your complaint
Power Development Department (PDD) is one of the state government departments of Jammu and Kashmir responsible for all functions associated with the transmission and distribution of electric power inside the state. The production sector is supported by J & K State Power Development Corporation (JKSPDC).
The Jammu and Kashmir State Energy Development Department works like any other electricity board in the country and around the world. Unlike other electricity boards in the country that collect revenue for their respective governments, the JKPDD is the only one of its kind that acts as a sink for the state treasury.
In fact, the JKPDD does not accumulate revenues in proportion to the quantum of electricity produced, purchased from other states and distributed by the ministry to the general public, but there is rather a significant variation in the discrepancy. Although the department does exceptionally well and the revenue mix is gradually increasing each year, so far the government has not yet been amortized by making profits through the department.
One should not be considered and start doubting the efficiency of the engineers and employees of the department, but the reasons why the JKPDD is a non-profit organization is other than technical and managerial, but the sphere includes the political factors, social and geographical. to a very large extent. There is no malfunction because of the branch, however different factors contribute to the purpose.
Recently, the unbundling of the JKPDD was cited by some as one of the remedies for the losing department but the same thing cannot be validated and this is not factual in my opinion. My point is that by unbundling the department, the government will add to our miseries, if not more.
The Power Development Corporation currently the SPDC that was previously part of the G & T (Generation and Transmission) wing of the Energy Development Department was in the 1990s separated from the DP and therefore unbundling started from this moment, by the Generation Wing turning into a society.
The Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) recently conducted the Computer Based Written Test (CBT) for the posts of Sub Inspector in the Home Department, UT Cadre. This examination was advertised via Notification No. 06 of 2021 under Item No. 668. The CBT took place from 07-12-2022 to 20-12-2022. The eagerly awaited results of this examination were finally announced through a notification numbered JKSSB-COEOEXAM(UT)/54/2022-03 (7057013) dated 03-11-2023.
JKSSB SI Physical Test Shortlist for ST Category
As per the guidelines set by the Home Department, candidates shortlisted for the Physical Standard Test (PST) should be six times the total number of vacancies in each category. These selected candidates, after meeting the physical standards, will proceed to the Physical Endurance Test (PET) as per the prescribed standards.
Their are total of 120 Vacancies in ST Category for the Sub Inspector Posts in the home department of Jammu and Kashmir, A total of 1200 Posts were advertised by JKSSB in 2021 and now finally the result was released few days ago. The Physical test will be held in the month of December 2023.
In a significant development for healthcare enthusiasts in Srinagar, Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) Soura has released the selection list for Nursing Aids (G-III) on Academic Arrangement Basis. This exciting opportunity comes following Advertisement Notice No. 01 of 2023, dated 17.06.2023, and Office Order No. SIMS 231 (P) OF 2023, dated October 31, sanctioning the temporary engagement of deserving candidates. Here’s everything you need to know about this announcement:
Understanding the Selection Criteria
The selection process was rigorous, adhering to the SKIMS Academic Arrangement Rules-2019. Candidates were evaluated based on their qualifications, with a keen focus on skills, dedication, and a passion for healthcare. The selection committee meticulously reviewed each applicant’s credentials to ensure the chosen candidates meet SKIMS’s high standards.
Immediate Engagement on Academic Arrangement Basis
The selected Nursing Aids (G-III) have been engaged on a temporary basis under specific terms and conditions. This engagement, although temporary, provides a valuable opportunity for the candidates to contribute meaningfully to the healthcare sector. They are expected to join within 21 days from the date of the issuance of the order, indicating the urgency of their role in the medical facility.
Documentation and Agreement
To formalize their engagement, the candidates must complete necessary paperwork, including an agreement with SKIMS. This documentation ensures both parties are clear about their roles and responsibilities, creating a conducive working environment for everyone involved. Documents such as Matriculation certificates, 10+2 Marks/Qualification Certificates, Domicile certificates, and medical fitness certificates are mandatory, emphasizing the importance of authenticity in the process.
Important Considerations for Engagees
Engagees should note that this opportunity is purely temporary and does not guarantee a permanent position. Their engagement can be terminated at the discretion of SKIMS under specific circumstances. Therefore, it is crucial for the selected candidates to approach this engagement with professionalism and dedication, showcasing their skills and commitment to their roles.
How to Access the Selection List
For candidates eagerly waiting to start their careers as Nursing Aids at SKIMS Soura, the selection list is available for download in PDF format. This user-friendly format ensures that applicants can conveniently access the list, verifying their selection status promptly.
In a much-awaited update, the Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) has officially released the result for the Computer Based Written Test (CBT) conducted for the posts of Junior Engineer, Civil, Jal Shakti Department, UT Cadre. The examination, which took place from 5th December 2022 to 6th December 2022, had thousands of aspirants on the edge of their seats. The results are now available for download in PDF format directly from the official website of JKSSB, jkssb.nic.in.
JKSSB JE Result Notification
The process leading to this result was meticulous and adhered to the guidelines set forth in Advertisement Notification No. 05 of 2021, Item No. 689. The final answer key was released on 3rd November 2023, marking an important milestone in the selection process.
Checking your JKSSB JE Civil Result is a straightforward process. Follow these steps to access your result:
Visit the Official Website: Open your web browser and go to the official website of Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) at jkssb.nic.in.
Navigate to Result Section: Look for the ‘Result’ or ‘Latest Updates’ section on the homepage. Different websites have different layouts, but there should be a section that provides links to recent announcements.
Find the JKSSB JE Civil Result Link: In the ‘Result’ section, search for the specific link related to the JKSSB JE Civil Result. The link might be labeled as “JKSSB JE Civil Result 2023” or something similar.
Click on the Result Link: Click on the relevant link. It will usually lead you to a new page or open a PDF file directly in your browser.
Enter Your Details: In some cases, you might need to enter your examination roll number, date of birth, or other required details to access your individual result. Make sure to enter the correct information.
Download or Print Your Result: Once your result is displayed, you can download the PDF file to your computer or mobile device. If you need a physical copy, you can also print the result.
Check the Details Carefully: After downloading or viewing the result, carefully check all the details such as your name, roll number, and score. Ensure that all the information is accurate.
Remember, if you face any issues or have specific queries about your result, it’s always a good idea to contact the official helpline provided by JKSSB or check the official notification for further instructions.
What the Result Implies
For the candidates eagerly awaiting their results, the publication of the scoresheet is a significant event. It provides a transparent view of their performance in the CBT. However, it’s essential to note that merely being on the scoresheet doesn’t guarantee a spot in the next phase. As per the notification, being on the scoresheet is not enough to be called for document verification or to feature in the select list. Candidates must meet all other eligibility conditions, and the decision of the Board in this regard is final.
When was the JKSSB JE Civil CBT conducted?
The Computer Based Written Test (CBT) for the posts of Junior Engineer, Civil, Jal Shakti Department, UT Cadre, was conducted from 5th December 2022 to 6th December 2022.
What is the next step after the publication of the scoresheet?
Candidates falling within the consideration zone based on merit will be called for document verification. The schedule for document verification will be communicated separately.
How to Access the Results
Accessing the results is a straightforward process. Candidates can visit the official website of JKSSB, jkssb.nic.in. There, they will find a dedicated section for result announcements. By entering their roll number and other required details, candidates can download their individual results in PDF format. It’s advised to double-check all the provided information for accuracy.
The journey towards a fulfilling career in healthcare takes a significant step forward for many aspiring students in the UT of Jammu and Kashmir. The Jammu & Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (JKBOPEE) has released the 2nd Selection List for B.Sc Nursing admissions in 2023. This significant announcement, made in reference to the notifications No. 063-BOPEE of 2023 dated 20.08.2023 and No. 086-BOPEE of 2023 dated 24.09.2023, marks the provisional selection of candidates under the Children of Defense Personnel (CDP) category for admission to B.Sc. Nursing /B.Sc Para-Medical / B.Sc. Technology Courses.
Understanding the Selection Process
The selection process adheres strictly to the guidelines set forth by the Government of Jammu & Kashmir. Pursuant to Notification No.063-BOPEE of 2023 dated 20.08.2023 and followed by Notification No. 086-BOPEE of 2023 dated 24.09.2023, candidates under the CDP category were required to submit their CDP Priority Certificates issued by the Competent Authority. These certificates form the basis of the selection process, ensuring a fair and transparent method of admission.
The selection list, as per Annexure “A” to the official notification, includes candidates who have been allotted seats provisionally for admission to the B.Sc. Nursing /B.Sc Para-Medical / B.Sc. Technology Courses. The candidates listed are selected based on their priorities, as indicated in S.O 277 of 2021 dated 13.08.2021 issued by the Government of Jammu & Kashmir, Department of Social Welfare, in conjunction with communication F.No. 6(1)/2017/D (Res. II) dated 21.05.2018 of the Government of India, Ministry of Defense, Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare.
Important Dates and Admission Procedures
Selected candidates are required to report to the respective Colleges allotted to them for the completion of the admission process. This process commences from the date of issuance of this Notification and extends until 31.10.2023, up to 4:00 p.m. It is imperative that candidates adhere to this schedule and present their original documents, including:
12th Class Marks Card
Category Certificate, where applicable
Any other document as may be required by the College Authorities
Failure to report within the stipulated timeframe will render the candidate ineligible for further rounds of counseling, if any, conducted by the Board.
The admission of the candidates is provisional and is liable to be canceled if any information provided is found to be false or fabricated. Legal actions, as per the law, will be initiated against such candidates.
Transparency is maintained, and any candidate found to have concealed information will face cancellation of their selection/admission, along with fines or penalties as per the Board’s rules.
Heads of Institutions/Colleges are requested to keep their admission counters open on holidays/off days to facilitate candidates. Candidates are advised not to wait until the last day for completing admission formalities, as delays might cause inconvenience.
Institutions are obligated to maintain records of admissions and promptly submit any shortfalls of candidates who have not completed their admission within the specified time via email to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com before 31.10.2023, 05:00 p.m.
In a momentous announcement, the Government Medical College (GMC) Srinagar has set the stage for an exciting academic year for the aspiring paramedics of the B.Sc degree courses, Batch 2023. This announcement comes through a notification, No. 086 BOPEE OF 2023 Dated: 24-09-2023, where it’s stated that the classwork for the 1st Year B.Sc Paramedical Degree Courses Batch -2023 will commence from 01/11/2023 at 10:30 AM. This marks a significant milestone for all the students who have been eagerly waiting to kickstart their academic journey.
Understanding the Importance of the Announcement: The notification brings a wave of anticipation and excitement among the students who have been selected for the B.Sc Paramedical Degree Courses. It signifies the beginning of an enriching educational odyssey at one of the esteemed institutions in the region.
Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) Announces Junior Engineer Mechanical Result 2023; PDF Available for Download
Jammu & Kashmir, October 9, 2023 – The Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) has released the much-awaited results for the Junior Engineer (Mechanical) position in the Public Works Department (PWD) of the Union Territory. The written examination for this post, advertised under Advertisement Notification No. 06 of 2022, under Item No. 202, was conducted on October 1, 2023. Candidates who appeared for the examination can now check their results on the official website of JKSSB.
The JKSSB issued the provisional answer key on October 1, 2023, through Notice No. JKSSB-COEOEXAM(UT)/67/2023-03 (7271536). After carefully considering the objections raised by candidates, the board has finalized the answer key. The revised/final answer key was notified on October 12, 2023, under the reference number JKSSB-COEOEXAM(UT)/67/2023-03 (7271536).
The results, indicating the performance of candidates in the written test, have been published as Annexure “A.” As per the official statement released by the board, being listed in the result/score sheet does not guarantee selection. Candidates must meet all other eligibility conditions as specified in the original advertisement. The decision of the Board regarding eligibility conditions and selection criteria is considered final.
Candidates falling within the consideration zone, based on their merit, will be called for document verification. The schedule for document verification will be announced separately by the Jammu & Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB). It is imperative for candidates to fulfill all necessary requirements during the verification process to be considered for final selection.
Aspiring candidates can download the PDF document containing the results from the official website of JKSSB. The board has advised all candidates to thoroughly review the information provided in the result/score sheet and prepare for the upcoming document verification process.
For further updates and detailed information, candidates are encouraged to visit the official website of JKSSB (www.jkssb.nic.in) regularly.
This announcement marks a significant step in the recruitment process, bringing candidates one step closer to securing the Junior Engineer (Mechanical) position within the Public Works Department of the Union Territory.