JKSSB Stock Assistant Document Verification Notice: Check Merit List PDF

JKSSB Stock Assistant Document Verification

The Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) has released a document verification notice for candidates who appeared in the OMR-based written examination for the post of Stock Assistant. Here’s everything you need to know about the JKSSB Stock Assistant DV 2024.

The JKSSB Stock Assistant Document Verification Notice is issued for candidates who are falling under the consideration zone for the posts of Stock Assistant in the Animal/Sheep Husbandry and Fisheries Department. The notice contains details about the document verification schedule, venue, and the required documents.

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How to Check the Merit List PDF?

Follow these steps to check the Merit List PDF for the Stock Assistant Document Verification:

  1. Visit the official website of JKSSB.
  2. Look for the latest notifications section or the recruitment section.
  3. Find the link to download the Merit List PDF for the Stock Assistant posts.
  4. Click on the link to open the PDF file.
  5. Search for your name and roll number in the merit list.
  6. Note down the document verification schedule and venue.

Required Documents for Document Verification

Candidates need to produce the following documents in original along with one set of self-attested copies before the designated Document Verification Committee:

  1. Copy of Online Application Forms.
  2. Two passport size recent color photographs.
  3. One original photo ID Proof (Aadhar card/Voter Card/Pan Card/Passport, etc.).
  4. Date of Birth Certificate (10th Diploma/Marks card).
  5. Valid Category Certificate, if belonging to reserved categories.
  6. Domicile Certificate.
  7. Marks Sheet of Matric with Science Subject.
  8. Bonafide certificate issued by the Controller/Registrar of the concerned Institute/Board for candidates who obtained the qualification from outside the UT of J&K.
  9. Checklist sheet/form (as per Annexure-D).
  10. Order of preferences for various items against advertisement notification No. 04 of 2021 (as per Annexure-E).

JKCET – Admission 2024 for B Tech courses

JKCET 2021

JKBopee has invited online applications for JKCET from the eligible and desirous candidates

of UT of J&K / Ladakh for appearing in the Common Entrance Test (CET Engineering)-2024

for admission to Bachelor of Engineering & Technology Courses in

Government/Private Colleges of UT of J&K for the academic session 2024.

NOTE: The candidates appearing/who have appeared in the 12th Class examination (Annual
Session 2021) can also apply and appear in the BOPEE test provisionally.

Online Submission of Forms14-03-2024
Last Date of Form Submission06-04-2024
JKCET Admit cardDownload once uploaded
JKBOPEE Websitejkbopee.gov.in
JKCET ResultDownload PDF
Application fee1200/-
important dates for JKCET

Submission of Online Application Forms for JKCET

The interested candidates have to upload the following scanned original / self-attested
certificates in PDF format with size from 100-200 KB along with the Application Form:

  • Domicile Certificate of UT of J&K/UT of Ladakh, however in respect of Candidates of UT of Ladakh, ST certificate issued by the Competent Authority of Ladakh.
  • Qualifying (10+2) marks certificate.
  • meanwhile, Date of Birth Certificate(Matriculation issued by the Board) and Reserved category certificate, if any.
  • Also, TFW certificate on the prescribed form.

Syllabus for JKCET Entrance Exam

The entrance test is based on the courses of study and syllabi of 12th class, Additionally, It is given as
under along with broad weightage of each subject in the question paper of the Entrance
Note: moreover, The marks distribution given in the syllabus is only illustrative, It will not accrue any
right to the candidate, if this distribution of marks is not strictly reflected in the question paper.

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JKBOPEE Eligibility / Qualifications for B Tech

JKCET Applicant must:

  • be a Domicile of UT of J&K/UT of Ladakh as the case may be, however in respect of Candidates of UT of Ladakh, ST certificate issued by the Competent Authority of Ladakh shall be treated as Domicile Certificate;
  • have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination from a recognized statutory Board with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as compulsory subjects and with at least 50% marks for Open Merit Category candidates including the Children of Defense Personnel, Children of Para Military Force, Children of J&K Police Personnel and candidates possessing outstanding proficiency in sports and 40% marks for candidates belonging to SC/ST and Other Socially and Educationally Backward classes;
  • be at least 17 years old on 3l December 2021.

Important instructions:

  1. A candidate can fill only one application form, meanwhile, Multiple applications from the same candidate will lead to rejection of candidature.
  2. Keep scanned copy of photographs , signatures and other relevant documents handy before you fill online application form.
  3. On successful submission of form an application number will be generated. Note that number for future references.
  4. Submit fees online.
  5. Further, Upload all relevant documents.
  6. Moreover, Application will be considered complete only when application form is filled ,payment is done and relevant documents are uploaded .Incomplete applications will be rejected
  7. Also, Print application form. Keep it for future references.
  8. meanwhile, Application No. and Date of birth is required for making payment, uploading of documents, checking application status etc.
  9. No document at this stage need to be submitted to BOPEE.
  10. Candidates can edit their submitted application form before the last date of the advertisement, in case of any difficulty please contact JKBOPEE

Help Desk:
The applicants can also contact the Help Desk of l.T. Section of the BOPEE during the office hours and working days only on 0194-2437647 / 0194-2433590 / 0191-2479371 / 0191-2470102.
Also email-at helpdeskjakbopee@gmall.com for any assistance/guidance in this regard.

The applicants are advised to fill up the online Application Forms on their own or through a
responsible person.

furthermore, The applicants can also avail the services at of Common Service Centers’ of J&K
for filling up online Application Forms at nominal charges.

They can also avail of the services at any National Informatics Centre located at the office of the Deputy Commissioner of the concerned

How to edit JKCET application form?

JKBOPEE will open a separate window once the last date for form submission is end, moreover students can edit their Application form easily after entering their Application number and DOB.

JKCET - Frequently Asked Questions

What is the eligibility for JKCET 2024?

A candidates should have minimum of 17 years as on January 1, 2024. Candidates should have completed their 10+2 or equivalent examination with PCM and English

How to apply for JKCET 2024?

Go to JKCET 2024 official website jkbopee.gov.in, then click on application form. Fill all required details, upload images and make payment to complete the submission of JKCET application form 2024.

What is the last date for JKCET 2024 application form?

March 1, 2024 is the last date for JKCET 2024 application form submission and online payment.

How to Check JKCET Result 2024?

Students can check their JKCET result 2024 along with rank and secured marks in each section on the official website by entering hall ticket number.

JEE Advanced Revised Syllabus 2024 Released by IIT Bombay, Download PDF

JEE Advanced Revised Syllabus 2024 Released by IIT Bombay, Download PDF 1

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay has recently released the JEE Advanced 2024 syllabus on the JEE Advance’s newly launched official website at jeeadv.ac.in. Candidates can download the PDF format of the syllabus that has details for all the three subjects, includes physics, chemistry and mathematics.

This year IIT Bombay has revised the syllabus for the JEE Advanced 2024 examination and the revised syllabus has only been uploaded It is available on the Link given below here:

JEE Advanced 2024 Syllabus PDF

The JEE Advanced syllabus has included all the topics which will be part of the JEE Advanced 2024 examination, for which dates are yet to be announced by the National Testing Agency yet. It should be noted that IIT Bombay will be conducting the JEE Advanced Exams this year.

JEE Advanced Subject – Wise Syllabus 2024

As per the syllabus, chemistry’s syllabus is divided into three parts: physical chemistry, organic chemistry and inorganic chemistry. In the paper, students will have some general topics from the physical chemistry stream that they have studied in class 11 and 12. These topics includes, concept of atoms and molecules, dalton’s atomic theory, mole concept, chemical formulae, balanced chemical equations, neutralisation and displacement reactions.

Read | JEE Advanced Topper Mridul Agarwal Gets Highest Ever Marks, Tops IISc Entrance Too

Other topics from the stream are gaseous and liquid States, atomic structure and chemical bonding, energetics, chemical equilibrium, electro chemistry and so on. Further for the inorganic chemistry portion of the paper will include questions on isolation, preparation and properties of various metals and compounds.

Further, definitions and characteristics of 3D series transition elements, ores and minerals and extractive metallurgy are also part of the syllabus. Preparation, properties and reactions of alkanes and alkynes are part of the organic chemistry syllabus along with various other topics.

The syllabus of mathematics is the same as last year, having topics of algebra, matrics, probability, trigonometry, analytical geometry, calculus, and vectors. Six fields of physics are included in the physics syllabus, which are general physics, mechanics, thermal physics, electricity and magnetism, optics and modern physics.

JKSSB Junior Staff Nurse Syllabus 2024 | PDF

Staff nurse jkssb syllabus 2021

Syllabus for written test of junior staff nurse posts 2024, jkssb syllabi for staff nurse posts, download syllabus for jkssb nurse vacancies in PDF.

JKSSB Updates syllabus for junior grade nurse posts in GMC Jammu, GMC Srinagar and various districts.

Revised syllabi for staff nurse by jkssb for the written examination.

Anatomy and Physiology10
Community Health Nursing – I10
Fundamentals of Nursing25
Medical Surgical Nursing – I10
Pediatric Nursing10
Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing10
Medical Surgical Nursing – 210
Community Health Nursing – 210
Total120 Marks

➢ Anatomy and Physiology

Total marks: 10

  • Introduction to anatomical terms
  • Organization of body cells tissues .organs. systems membranes and glands
  • Skeletal system
  • Muscular system
  • Cardio-vascular system
  • Respiratory system
  • Digestive system
  • Excretory system
  • Nervous system
  • Endocrine system
  • Sense organs
  • Reproductive system

➢ Community health nursing

Total marks: 10

  • Introduction to Community Health and Community Health Nursing
  • community health nursing process
  • Health Assessment
  • Principles of Epidemiology and Epidemiological methods
  • Family Health Nursing care
  • Family health care settings
  • Referral systems
  • Records and Reports
  • Minor Ailments

➢ Fundamentals of Nursing

Total marks: 25

  • Unit – 1 Introduction to Nursing
  • Unit – 2 Nursing care of the patient / Client
    • Bed and Bed Making
    • Maintenance of therapeutic environment Temperature, Light, noise, and humidity. Psycho-Social Environment
    • Nursing Process and Nursing Care Plan
    • Discharging a patient
  • Unit – III Basic Nursing Care and Needs of the patient
    • Nutritional needs.
    • Elimination needs
    • Safety needs
    • Activity and Exercises
    • Physical Comforts
    • Moving, shifting, and Lifting of patient
  • Unit – IV Assessment of patient / Client
    • Physical Assessment
    • Physiological Assessment
  • Unit – V Therapeutic Nursing Care and Procedures Asepsis
    • Care and Sterilization of:
    • Care of Respiratory System
    • Care of Gastro Intestinal Treact
    • Care of Genito Urinary System
    • Care of Skin and Mucous Membranes
  • Unit – IV Basic Needs and Care in Special conditions
    • Dying patient
  • Unit – VII Introduction to Pharmacology

Nutrition | marks: 5

  • Unit – I Introduction
  • Unit – II Classification of food

Medical-surgical nursing

  • Introduction
  • Nursing Assessment
  • Patho Physiological Mechanism of Disease
  • Altered Immune Response
  • Clinical Pharmacology
  • Nurse’s role in Management of Fluids, Electrolyte and Acid Based Balance
  • Management of patients in pain
  • Operation Theater Technique Physical Environment
  • Theatre Technique
  • Preparation of Theatre equipment & Supplies
    Management of patient undergoing surgery
  • Intra operative Management
  • Post- operative management – Immediate and Routine
    Nursing management of patient with impaired respiratory function and gaseous exchange
  • Nursing Management of Patients with Digestive and Gastrointestinal Disorders
  • Nursing Management of Patients with Metabolic and Endocrine
  • Disorders
  • Nursing Management of patients with renal and urinary
  • disorders
  • Nursing Management of patient with Neurological disorders
  • Nursing Management of patients with disorders of connective
  • tissue collagen disorders.
  • Nursing Management of the Elderly
  • Emergency Management

➢ Pediatric Nursing

  • Introduction
  • The Newborn
  • The Healthy Child
  • The Infant
  • Health Promotion during infancy
  • The Toddler
  • The Pre-Schooler
  • The School ager
  • The Adolescent
    The Sick Child
  • Nursing interventions adaptations in nursing care of sick child
    Behavioral Disorders and common Health Problems during
    Childhood, their prevention, Medical and Nursing Management.
  • Infancy
  • Early Childhood
  • Middle Childhood
  • Later Childhood
    Children with congenital Defects / Mal formations
    Children with various disorders and diseases
    Welfare of Children

➢ Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing (Marks 10)

  • Introduction
  • History of Psychiatry
  • Mental Health Assessment
  • Community Mental Health
  • Psychiatric Nursing Management
  • Mental disorders and Nursing Interventions.
  • Functional Mental Disorders
  • Definition, etiology, signs, symptoms, medical and nursing
    management of:
    Bio-Psychosocial Therapies
  • Psychopharmacology
  • Somatic therapy
    Forensic Psychiatry / Legal Aspects.
    Psychiatric Emergencies and Crisis Intervention

➢ Medical surgical Nursing

Unit -1 oncology nursing

  • Nursing management of patients receiving:
    • Unit-2 Nursing Management of patients with diseases of male genitorurinary tract.
    • Unit-3 Nursing management of patients with disorders of breast.
    • Unit -4 Nursing management of patients with diseases and disorders of
    integumentary system.
    • Unit -5 Nursing management of patients with ophthalmic disorders and
  • Hospital cornea retrieval:
    • Unit -6 Nursing management of patients with disorders and diseases of ear,
    nose, and throat.
    • Unit -7 Nursing management of patients with cardio vascular ,circulatory
    and hematological disorders.

Unit -8 Nursing management of patient with communicable diseases

Diseases caused by:

• Unit – 9 Nursing Management of patients with sexually transmitted
• Unit – 10 Nursing Management of patients with Musculo-skeletal Disorders
and diseases.
• Unit – 11 Emergency and disaster Nursing.

Community health nursing – 10 marks

• Unit – I Health system in India (Organizational set-up)
• Unit – II Health care services in India
• Unit – III Health Planning in India
• Unit – IV Specialized community Health Services and nurse’s role
• Unit – V Nurse’s Role in National Health Programmes
• Unit – VI Demography and family welfare demography

Family Welfare
• Unit – VII Health Team

Role of nursing personnel at various levels
• Unit – VIII Vital Health Statistics

➢ Midwifery (Marks 20)

• Unit – I Introduction
• Unit – II Reproductive system
• Unit – III Embryology and foetal development
• Unit – IV Nursing Management of Pregnant Women

• Unit – V Nursing Management of women in Labour

A. First Stage of Labour

B. Second Stage of Labour

C. Third Stage of Labour

D. Conduct of Home Delivery
• Unit – VI Nursing Management of Baby at birth
• Unit – VII Nursing management of Mother during puerperium
• Unit – VIII Complications of pregnancy and its management
• Unit – IX High Risk pregnancy and its management

Ostemalacia, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, AIDS.
• Unit – X High Risk Labour and its management
• Unit – XI Complications of Puerperium and its management
• Unit – XII Obstetric operations
• Unit – XIII Drugs used in obstetrics
• Unit – XIV Ethical and legal aspects related to Midwifery and Gynecological

> Clinical Experience

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JKSSB Question Paper for Competitive Exams

JKSSB Previous year Paper

JKSSB Class IV Question Paper 2021, This question paper is also useful for Junior Assistant, Accounts Assistants, Driver, Compiler Aspirants.

jkssb previous year / old question papers, download pdf.

Now Prepare for Any JKSSB Examination with the help of this Question Paper also Download JKSSB Class Paper in PDF.

Date: 27-02-2021

Section 1 – Basic Mathematics JKSSB Question Paper

  1. If P & Q together can complete a job in 3 days while P alone can do the same job in 12 days, then how many days would be required by Q to do the job alone?
  • 3 days
  • 4 days
  • 6 days
  • 12 days

2. A boy gets 30% of the minimum marks and fails by 16 marks while another boy gets 44% marks and gets 8 marks more than the minimum required marks.

what are the marks required to pass the exam?

  • 40%
  • 41%
  • 42%
  • 39%

3. The average of the four successive odd numbers is 34. what would be the value of the smallest of these numbers?

  • 31
  • 33
  • 35
  • 37

4. A, B, and C can do a piece of work in 36, 54. and 72 days respectively. they started the work but A left 8 days before the completion of the work while B left 12 days before the completion.

The number of days for which C worked is

  • 4
  • 8
  • 12
  • 24

5. The walls and the roof of the room 10ft in length, 8ft in width and 8ft in height is to be painted. how much will it cost at 5₹ per square ft?

  • ₹ 1600
  • 2000
  • 2200
  • 2400

JKSSB Percentage Questions

6. A man recieves 20% increase in his salary. If his new salary is ₹ 24,600/-, then his old salary was

  • 20, 000/-
  • 20, 500/-
  • 21, 200/-
  • 21, 500/-

7. Which number must be added to each of the numbers 7 and 13 so that the resultant numbers will be in the ratio 2:3?

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 5

8. A cuboid whose length is equal to its width has a volume of 24 cubic feet. If the height of the cuboid is 1.5 feet, then what is the length of the cuboid?

  • 4 feet
  • 5 feet
  • 6 feet
  • 8 feet

9. If a student had five hours of homework and has worked for three and a half hours, what part of his homework is yet to be done?

  • 1/3 part
  • 2/3 part
  • 3/10 part
  • 2/5 part

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10. In the class of 125 students, 70 passed in mathematics, 55 passed in statistics and 30 passed in both. what is the probability that a student selected at random from the class has passed in only one subject?

  • 13/25
  • 3/25
  • 17/25
  • 8/25

11. The least number which when divided by 12, 15, 20 or 54, leaves a remainder of 4 in each case is?

  • 536
  • 544
  • 224
  • 504

12. Dialog a telephone number, an old person forgets last three digits, remembering only that these digits are different, he dialed at random. what is the chance that the number dialed is correct?

  • 1/1000
  • 1/720
  • 9/70
  • 1/840

13. The average weight of eight boxes is increased by 2.5kg when some goods are added to one of the boxes. The weight of goods added to this box is.

  • 15 kg
  • 10 kg
  • 20 kg
  • NOT determined

14. If the price of an article increases by 495 and the sale of that article decreases by 21%, then what is the approximate effect on collection?

  • 15%
  • 18%
  • 21%
  • 28%

15. A card is drawn from a pack of 100 cards numbered 1 to 100. What is the probability that a square number is drawn?

  • 1/5
  • 2/5
  • 1/5
  • 3/5

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16. Sum of the ages of father and son is 74. After 8 years father will be twice as old as son. The present age(in years) of the father is?

  • 57
  • 54
  • 52
  • 42

17. if 30% of A = 0.25 of B = 1/5th part of C, then A:B:C =

  • 10:12:15
  • 10:13:17
  • 10:12:13
  • 10:12:17

18. The Average age of a group of friends is 32 years. One more friend of age 25 years joined the group. How many friends are there in the group now if the sum of their ages is 249 years?

  • 5
  • 6
  • 8
  • 9

19. 5 years ago, Bharti’s mother was 3 times as old as Bharti. After 6 years she will be twice as old as Bharti. Present age (in years) of Bharti is

  • 43
  • 40
  • 28
  • 16

20. The length of a room is 15 m and its breadth is double its height. if the area of four walls of the room is 250 sq.m, Breadth of the room is:

  • 5 m
  • 8 m
  • 10 m
  • 19 m

Section – 2 Basic English (JKSSB Class IV Question Paper)

21. Fill in the blanks with the correct option:

Comets _ at regular intervals.

  • appears
  • appearing
  • appear
  • is appearing

22. Choose the antonym of the underlined word.

The conservation she had with her long lost friend was acrid.

  • Sour
  • Sweet
  • Acrimonious
  • pungent

23. Fill in the blanks with correct option

I find it very tiring to do _ same job day after day

  • No article
  • An
  • A
  • The

24. Identify the synonym of the italicized word

The human ear lets in a very limited range of frequencies

  • allows
  • looks into
  • gives up
  • disregards

25. Fill in the blanks with the correct option

John is never _ silent sepectptor in any argument he witnesses

  • A
  • An
  • Fewer
  • much

26. Choose the word that is spelt correctly and fill the blanks

The house they inherted belongs to _ grand father.

  • there
  • theyr
  • their
  • they’re

27. find the antonym of the underline word

I stopped a man on the road side and asked him for help.

  • interrupted
  • executed
  • chased
  • navigated

28. Choose the correct preposition to complete the sentence

they are sitting _ the bench

  • above
  • on
  • below
  • across

29. Fill in the blanks with the correct option

The film _ new york next week

  • open
  • opened
  • opens
  • opening

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PDF is given at the end of this Article/Paper.

30. Change the given sentence into a complex sentence

Follow this diet regularly and you will soon loose weight

  • regular dighting will lead to weight loss
  • if you follow this diet regularly, you will soon lose weight
  • following this diet regularly helps to lose weight
  • follow this diet regularly or you will not lose weight

31. identify the synonym of the under lined word

the heat gradually dissipates into the atmosphere

  • disappears
  • incorporates
  • dissolves
  • solidifies

32. fill in the blank with the correct option

_ cost of _ new scheme outweighs its supposed benefits

  • A, the
  • The, an
  • The, The
  • No article, an

33. Choose the word that is spelt correctly and fill in the blanks

physical _ is important for good health

  • exarcise
  • exercise
  • exccercise
  • excersise

34. fill in the blanks with the correct option

Jain wanted _ camers to take _ picturers of her friuends on graduation day, but now she doesnot nned it.

  • A, much
  • An, many
  • A, few
  • A, some

Section – 3 | JKSSB Exam Paper, General Awareness and Science

35. As of September 2020, among the following is the vice chairperson of NITI Aayog?

  • Rajiv Kumar
  • Bibek Debroy
  • V.K. Saraswat
  • Arvind Panagariya

36. The Branch of medicine which deals with the study of the digestive system and its disorders is:

  • Electrology
  • Entomology
  • Gastroenterology
  • Genealogy

37. In february 2020, Asia’s largest biotechnology and life-sciences summit BioAsia 2020, was held in which of the following cities of India?

  • Hyderabad
  • Bangalore
  • Vijaywada
  • Chennai

38. As of september 2020, the Defence Secretary of india is:

  • Ajay Kumar
  • Sanjay Mitra
  • Shashi Kant Sharma
  • Vijay Singh

39. Water pollution occurs when harmful substances like microorganisms contaminate a water body degrading the water quality and rendering it toxic to humans or the environment. which one of the following diseases is NOT due to contamination of water?

  • Hepatitis E
  • Chickenpox
  • Filariasis
  • Amoebiasis

40. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj founded and consolidated the Maratha Empire in 1674 with which of the following places as its capital?

  • Pratapgad
  • Daulatabad
  • Raigad
  • Sinhagad

41. Who won the FIFFA World Cup Golden BOOT award in 2018?

  • Denis Cheryshev
  • Harry Kane
  • Cristiano Ronaldo
  • Romelu Lukaku

42. A traditional dress, won during winter and a popular from of dressing amongst both men and women in the kashmir region is:

  • Pheran
  • Taranga
  • Angarkha
  • Mushaik

43. Identify the mobile app launched by the Government of India for tracking COVID 19.

  • PharmEasy
  • Aarogya Setu
  • Covid Monitor App
  • Corona Kavach

44. The process through which the physical state of matter changes from the gaseous phase into the liquid phase is called:

  • Oxidation
  • Evaporation
  • Sublimation
  • Condensation

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45. Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden dubbed as Asia’s Largest tulip garden is situated on the foothills of the Zabarwan mountain range on the banks of:

  • Wular Lake
  • Nigeen Lake
  • Dal Lake
  • Mansabal Lake

46. The Khajuraho temples dedicated to the Hinduism and Jainism were built by the rulers of which of the following dynasties?

  • Rashtrakuta Dynasty
  • Gupta Dynasty
  • Satavahana Dynasty
  • Chandela Dynasty

47. Vitamins are substances that our body needs to grow and develop normally. The deficiency of which of the following vitamins leads to Night Blindness?

  • A
  • D
  • K
  • E

48. Match the following Sports Person with the Sports they played:

Sports PersonSports they played
A. Major Dhyan Chand1. Chess
B. Mary Kom2. Cricket
C. Sachin Tendulkar3. Hockey
D. Viswanathan Anand4. Boxing
  • 3-A, B-2, C-1, D-4
  • A-3, B-4, C-1, D-2
  • A-3, B-4, C-2, D-1
  • A-1, B-4, C-2, D-3

Important MCQs for JKSSB Exam Preparation

49. Which of the following regions is one of the prominent Mica reserves of India?

  • Hazaribagh Plateau
  • Bastar Plateau
  • Aravalli range
  • Nicobar Islands

50. The Indian Military Academy (IMA) is situated in the capital of which of the following states of India?

  • Maharastra
  • Jharkhand
  • Uttar Pradesh
  • Uttarakhand

51. The Surajkund Mela which showcases the richness and diversity of the handicrafts, handlooms and cultural fabric of India is organized by which state every year?

  • Rajasthan
  • Haryana
  • Punjab
  • Himachal Pradesh

52. The Indus Water Treaty between India and Pakistan brokered by the World Bank was signed in 1960. The treaty was signed by India’s Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Pakistan’s President

  • Farooq Leghari
  • Fazal ilahi Chaudhry
  • Mohammad Ayub Khan
  • Iskandar Mirza

53. The capital city of which of the following states is located in Chotanagpur Plateau?

  • Andra Pradesh
  • Jharkhand
  • Haryana
  • Uttar Pradesh

54. Which of the Following combinations of fabric and its originating state is matches CORRECTLY?

  • Muga – Uttar Pradesh
  • Pochampally – Kerala
  • Chanderi – Madhya Pradesh
  • Muslin – Odisha

JKSSB – Practice / Test Questions

JKSSB Mock Test Question Paper

55. The Capital city of Rajasthan famous for its architecture and rich culture is:

  • Jaipur
  • Jahalwar
  • Jaisalmer
  • Jodhpur

56. Which of the following languages mainly spoken in the Jammu region is included in the English Schedule of the Indian Constitution?

  • Bodo
  • Gojri
  • Dogri
  • Sindhi

57. Which of the following sarees were first produced in Madhya Pradesh?

  • Paithani sarees
  • Kanchipuram sarees
  • Maheshwari sarees
  • Bandhani Sarees

58. Dandiya, a popular folk dance from originated in which of the following states in India?

  • Gujarat
  • Haryana
  • Punjab
  • Assam

59. What is the unit used to measure the quantity of ozone content in the atmosphere?

  • Einstein unit
  • Poise
  • Dobson unit
  • Becquerel

60. Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary in Odisha is a conservation site for:

  • King Cobra
  • Blue-footed booby
  • Saltwater crocodile
  • Indian elephant

61. Who among the following emperors of the Gupta dynasty earned the title Vikramaditya?

  • Samudragupta
  • Chandragupta II
  • Kumaragupta I
  • Narasimhagupta

62. Who among the following players scripted history by becoming the first Indian to win the badminton world federation (BWF) World Tour Finals in 2019?

  • Saina Nehwal
  • P. V. Sindhu
  • Srikanth Kidambi
  • Parupalli Kashyap

63. Which of the following Indian leaders was fatally injured by a British Sergeant while protesting against the Simon commission?

  • Lala Lajpat Rai
  • Bhagat Singh
  • Sukhdev Thapar
  • Khudiram Bose

64. Which of the following liquid insecticides is used for Malaria Vector Control as per WHO guidelines?

  • Sodium chloride
  • Sodium bicarbonate
  • DDT
  • Acetic Acid

JKSSB Sports Questions

65. Who among the following won the 2020 Australian Open Tennis tournament in the Women’s category?

  • Simona halep
  • Sofia kenin
  • Caroline wozniacki
  • Naomi osaka

66. The odorant added to LPG to identify the leakage is:

  • Chlorine
  • Ammonia
  • Dimethyl sulfide
  • Ethyl mercaptan

67. Which of the following cricket teams won the 2019 – 20 Ranji Trophy?

  • Mumbai
  • Rajasthan
  • Vidarbha
  • Saurashtra

68. The Jamia Masjid of Srinagar, a fine example of Indo-Saracenic architecture was constructed under the patronage of:

  • Sultan hajji khan
  • Jahangir
  • Sultan Sikander Butshikan
  • Aurangzeb

69. Nine degree channel separates which of the following group of islands?

  • Andaman and Nicobar
  • Laccadives and Minicoy
  • Great Andaman and Little Andaman
  • Daman and Diu

70. The Edicts of Ashoka are a collection of inscriptions on the pillars, cave walls written using different scripts. Which one of the following options is NOT a script used in these inscriptions?

  • Brahmi
  • Kharoshthi
  • Aramaic
  • Nagari

71. Amarnath pilgrims have to go through which of the following passes to reach the shrine of Shri Amarnathji?

  • Banihal Pass
  • Mahagunas Pass
  • Zojila Pass
  • Baralacha La Pass

72. Which of the following wildlife reserves best known as the home of the Hangul, or Kashmir stag is located near the city of Srinagar?

  • Dachigam National Park
  • Nandini Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Overa Aru Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Ramnagar National Park

73. Bleeding of Gums and delayed healing of wounds is caused due to the deficiency of which of the following vitamins?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

74. Kuchipudi is the classical dance form of which of the following sates of India?

  • Karnataka
  • Kerala
  • Maharastra
  • Andhra Pradesh

Section – 4 Basic Reasoning JKSSB Class IV Question Paper

75. Select the Alternative that will make the second pair analogous to the first pair given as:

Grass : Lawn :: Crop : ___

  • Airport
  • Terrace
  • Field
  • House

76. What number should come next in this series?

2, 3, 6, 7, 10, 11, 14, 15, 18, 19, 22, ____

  • 12
  • 13
  • 15
  • 23

77. As per the code represented below, what is the coded string for Knowledge?

  • ffmhkQyxQ
  • rfmhcQoxQ
  • rfmhbQoxQ
  • rffmmcQoxQ

78. Rajan is the son of Rupa’s mother-in-law’s only son Rishi. How is Rishi related to Rajan?

  • Brother
  • Son
  • Uncle
  • Father

79. What number should come next in this series?

85, 10, 75, 14, __

  • 16
  • 65
  • 20
  • 22

80. Select the alternative that will replace the question mark in the analogy

Composite : 100 :: Prime : ?

  • 9
  • 12
  • 23
  • 39

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JKSSB Medical Record Technician Syllabus PDF 2024

JKSSB Syllabus PDF

JKSSB Medical Record Technician Syllabus PDF 2024, Download Syllabus for JKSSB Medical Record technician form the PDF link given blow in the syllabi article.


  • Essay Writing
  • Precis Writing
  • Letter Writing
  • Idioms & Phrases
  • Expansion of passages
  • Comprehension of given passages
  • Grammar:
  • Parts of Speech : Nouns, Adjective, Verb, Adverb, Preposition, etc
  • Correct usage and vocabularies


  • Definition of Medical Records Unit –
  • Importance of Medical Records
  • Uses of Medical Records
  • Values of Medical Records
  • Aims and objective of Medical Records
  • Central Admitting Office
  • Medical Records Form
  • Retention and Preservation of Medical Records
  • Hospital Management information system

Medical Record Technician Syllabus PDF


Unit – IMedical Terminology
Unit – IILegal aspect of Medical Records
Unit- IIIHospital statistics
Unit- IVCoding and Indexing
Unit – VDaily census
Unit – VIAssembling and deficiency check
Unit – VIIInternational classification of disease
Unit- VIIIAptitude Test

JKSSB Junior Statistical Assistant Syllabus PDF 2024

JKSSB Junior Statistical Assistant Syllabus PDF 2024 2

The official syllabus for Junior/Jr statistical assistant is now uploaded in the article, you can also download its PDF from the LINK in the bottom of this article.

General Knowledge and Current Affairs15 Marks
General Knowledge with special Reference to the UT of J&K10 Marks
Statistical Methods and Applied Statistics25 Marks
General Economics25 Marks
Computer Applications15 Marks
Information Technology15 Marks
Mathematics15 Marks
Total 120 Marks

General Knowledge and Current Affairs

  • Indian History with special reference to Freedom struggle Languages & Culture
  • International Organisation- UNO, WHO, WTO, IMF, UNESCO, UNCTAD etc.
  • Important Regional Organizations and Blocs- BRICS, OPEC, ASEAN, SAARC, BIMSTEC, G-20, G-7 etc.
  • Sustainable Development Goals
  • Communicable Diseases- cure and prevention NCDC- COVID-19 – SOPs, Advisories, Guidelines etc.
  • World famous Awards
  • The world of Sports
  • Climate & Crops in India
  • Political & Physical divisions of world & India
  • Important Rivers & Lakes in India
  • Current Events of National and International importance

General Knowledge with special Reference to the UT of J&K

  • Popular names of personalities and their achievements/ Contribution
  • (National and International).
  • Weather, Climate, Crops, Means of Transport.
  • J&K History, Economy and Culture
  • Flora and Fauna of J&K
  • Rivers and Lakes.
  • Important Tourist Destinations.
  • J&K Panchayati Raj Act, 1989 (as ameneded upto December, 2020), 73rd & 74th Constitutional amendments.
  • J&K Reorganisation Act, 2019

JKSSB Statistical Assistant Syllabus PDF

Statistical Methods and Applied Statistics

  • Primary and secondary data.
  • Methods of collecting Primary and Secondary Data
  • Preparation of questionaires
  • Tabulation and compilation of Data
  • Measures of central Tendency
  • Theory of Probability
  • Correlation and regression- Concept and simple applications.
  • Theory of Attributes- Basic concepts and their applications.
  • Theory of Index Numbers: Tests of Index numbers- Wholesale and consumer price Index numbers.
  • Demography-Census, its features and functions.
  • Vital Statistics- Measures of fertility, Crude fertility rates, specific fertility rates, gross and net reproduction rates., Measures of Mortality
  • Interpolation & Extrapolation.

General Economics

  • Meaning and scope of Economics; Methodology of Economic Analysis.
  • Utility, Supply, Demand and Elasticity of Demand, Commodity Value, Market.
  • Theory of Consumer Demand and Demand Analysis.
  • Factors of Production and Laws of Production.
  • Pricing and Market Structures.
  • Production Theory and Costs.
  • Concept of Economic Growth of Development; Theories of Growth of Development.
  • Determination of National Income.
  • Public Finance; Revenue, Public Expenditure, Public Debt, Deficit Financing.
  • Foreign Trade & Balance of payments.
  • Money & Inflation.
  • Banking and Monetary Policy.
  • Money & Capital Markets.
  • Agriculture & economic development; Industrialization and economic development.
  • Planning versus Market Economy.
  • Green Revolution in India, Poverty/ Unemployment, Role of Agriculture.
  • Economic Reforms in India.

Computer Applications

  • Fundamentals of computer sciences,
  • Hardware & Software, Concept of Open Source Technologies
  • Input & Output Devices,
  • Flow Charts and Algorithms
  • Operating System:- MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, MS Power-Pont ,PDF
  • Internet & E-mail
  • Concept of Computer Virus & latest Anti-Virus.
  • Data Communication and Networking
  • Introduction to Database Management

Information Technology

  • Information concept & Processing
  • Computer Appreciation
  • Elements of Computers Processing System Hardware CPU, Peripherals, Storage Media, Software Definition, Role and Categories Firmware and
  • Human-ware.
  • Computer & Communication.
  • Programming Language Classification
  • Information Technology Applications of India
  • Representation of Information.
  • Basic Electronics- Semiconductor Diodes, Operational Amplifiers, Bipolar Junction Transistor etc.


  • Set Theory – Basic Concepts & Applications.
  • Matrices & Determinants, Simultaneous Linear Equations- Cramer’s Rule.
  • Analytical Geometry.
  • Differentiation- Basic Concepts (Addition, Product & Chain Rule)
  • Integration-Reduction & Substitution Method.
  • Differential Equations.

JKSSB Junior Supervisor/Sub Auditor Syllabus PDF 2024

JKSSB Syllabus
General English20 Marks
Current Knowledge and Current Affairs20 Marks
General Science20 Marks
Mental Ability Test20 Marks
Computer Applications20 Marks

JKSSB Syllabus for Written test Junior Supervisor posts, Sub Auditor Syllabi for an upcoming examination, download jkssb Jr Supervisor syllabus – Written-test Sub Auditor Study material also available. or else download the JKSSB Junior Supervisor syllabi PDF.

Total marks120
Time2 hours

General English

  • Tenses
  • Rearranging of jumbled sentences.
  • Narration
  • Models
  • Articles
  • Comprehension with blanks to be filled in with
    • Phrases
    • Pronouns
    • Homonyms/homophones.
  • Clauses
  • Synonyms and antonyms
  • Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.
  • Idioms and phrases.
  • Uses of Prepositions.
  • Active & Passive Voice

Current Knowledge and Current Affairs

  • Indian History with special reference to the Freedom struggle
  • First in the world (Adventure, Sports, Discoveries)
  • First in India (Adventure, Sports, Discoveries)
  • Popular Personalities (Politics, Scientific discoveries, Geographical, Sports, History)
  • The Newspaper world – (Current Dailies & Weeklies of India)
  • Languages & Culture
  • International Organisations- UNO, WHO, WTO, IMF, UNESCO, UNCTAD etc.
  • Important Regional Organizations and Blocs- BRICS, OPEC, ASEAN,
  • SAARC, BIMSTEC, G-20, G-7 etc.
  • Sustainable Development Goals
  • Communicable Diseases- cure and prevention
  • NCDC- COVID-19 – SOPs, Advisories, Guidelines, etc
  • World-famous Awards
  • The world of Sports
  • Climate & Crops in India
  • Political & Physical divisions of world & India
  • Important Rivers & Lakes in India
  • Current Events of National and International importance
  • Agriculture in economic development; Industrialization and economic development.
  • Foreign Trade & Balance of payments
  • New economic reforms
  • Inflation, Monitory Policy, Fiscal Policy, Capital Markets, Role of RBI,
  • Taxation in India- Direct & Indirect Tax – CBDT, GST etc.
  • India’s Automic Research Programme,
  • Thermal / Nuclear/ Hydro Power Plants in India.


  • Popular names of personalities and their achievements/ Contribution (National and International).
  • Weather, Climate, Crops, Means of Transport.
  • J&K History, Economy and Culture
  • Flora and Fauna of J&K
  • Rivers and Lakes.
  • Important Tourist Destinations.
  • J&K Panchayati Raj Act, 1989 (as amended up to December 2020), 73rd & 74th Constitutional amendments.
  • J&K Reorganisation Act, 2019

General Science

  • Various sources of energy; conventional sources of energy;
  • improvement in technology for using conventional sources of energy (Biomass and wind energy)
  • Non-conventional sources of energy (Solar energy, Tidal energy).
  • Mechanics, Rest, motion, Velocity, acceleration, Newton Laws of motion,
  • Voltage, Current, Resistance, Power, D.C Batteries
  • Waves, light as a wave, Sound waves, Transverse and longitudinal waves.
  • Structure of Atom
  • Solids, Liquids, and Gases(Basics)
  • Life processes: Nutrition and its types, Respiration, Transportation of water, food, and minerals in plants.
  • Vitamins- diseases related to vitamin deficiency.
  • Environmental pollution.
  • Ecosystem – Its components, Food chains, and Food webs.
  • Ozone layer, its depletion, Green House Effect.
  • Importance of water in life

Mental Ability Test

  • Number Series
  • Letter series.
  • Coding decoding.
  • Direction sense.
  • Blood relations.
  • Mathematical reasoning.
  • Speed, Distance, and Time.
  • Statements and conclusions.
  • Logical Reasoning.
  • Mental Reasoning.

Computer Applications

Fundamentals of computer sciences
Hardware & Software
Input and output devices
Operating system
M.S Word, M.S Excel, M.S Acess, and Powerpoint Presentation
E_mail & Internet

SyllabusPDF LINK

UPSC Mains 2023 Result OUT, Download Name wise PDF @ upsc.gov.in

UPSC Mains 2023 Result

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has officially released the results for the Civil Services Mains 2023 examination. This eagerly awaited announcement brings both relief and anticipation for candidates who appeared for the exam. The UPSC Mains 2023 result is a crucial milestone in the journey toward the coveted civil services.

Brief Overview of UPSC Mains 2023 Result

The UPSC Mains 2023 result signifies the culmination of months of preparation and hard work for aspirants. It is a gateway to the next stage of the selection process, the interview round, where candidates have the opportunity to present their skills and knowledge in person.

Importance of UPSC Mains Results

The importance of the UPSC Mains results cannot be overstated. These results determine the candidates eligible for the interview stage, bringing them one step closer to realizing their dream of serving the nation through the civil services.

UPSC 2023 Result Announcement

Release Date and Time

The Commission has released the UPSC Mains 2023 result on [mention date and time]. The announcement comes after the successful completion of the main examination, held from September 15 to 24.

Direct Link for Result Checking

Candidates can conveniently check their results by following a simple process. The direct link to the result PDF is available on the official UPSC website (upsc.gov.in).

Expected Date for UPSC Interview

With the UPSC Mains results out, candidates can expect the interview round to take place between February and May 2024, marking a crucial phase in the selection process.

How to Check UPSC Result 2023

Step-by-step Guide

Candidates can check their results by entering their mobile number on the official UPSC website. The “What’s New” section will feature the UPSC Civil Service (IAS) exam result link post-release. After clicking, candidates can search for their roll number in the UPSC Result PDF.

Importance of Roll Number

The roll number is a key identifier in the result PDF. If a candidate’s name or roll number is not found, it indicates non-selection for the UPSC 2023 interview stage.

Direct Link to Check UPSC 2023 Mains Result PDF

Providing Convenience to Candidates

For the ease of candidates, a direct link to the UPSC 2023 Mains Result PDF is available. The direct link ensures a hassle-free experience for candidates accessing their results.

Understanding UPSC 2023 Cutoff

Commission’s Policy on Cutoff

The UPSC does not release the cutoff along with the result to avoid unnecessary litigations. The cutoff is expected to be disclosed in May – June 2024, post the final result declaration.

B. Cutoff Release Timeline

The release of the cutoff marks plays a vital role in determining the qualification threshold for the interview stage.

UPSC 2023 Answer Key

Commission’s Approach to Prelims Answer Key

Unlike the preliminary exam, the UPSC does not release the Civil Service (IAS) prelims answer key after the main exam. The Commission follows a practice of releasing the answer key post the final result declaration.

Answer Key Release Timing

Candidates can anticipate the release of the answer key as an informative resource for future exam preparation.

UPSC 2023 Marks and Scorecard

Timeline for Marks and Scorecard Release

The marks and scorecard for UPSC 2023 will be released after the final result. Initially, the UPSC toppers’ scores will be disclosed, followed by the release of scorecards for all candidates.

Priority for UPSC Toppers

The priority given to UPSC toppers in releasing their scores first adds a layer of excitement and acknowledgment for their outstanding performance.

UPSC 2023 Vacancies

Overview of Vacancy Statistics

The UPSC released a remarkable 1,105 vacancies for the CSE 2023 exam, marking the highest number of vacancies in recent years. The increase in vacancies does not necessarily translate to a lower cutoff in the IAS main exam.

Correlation Between Vacancies and Cutoff

Understanding the correlation between the number of vacancies and the cutoff provides insights into the competitiveness of the examination.

GMC Srinagar Disengages 93 Paramedical Staff with Immediate Effect

GMC Srinagar Disengages 93 Paramedical Staff with Immediate Effect 3

In a significant development, the Government Medical College (GMC) in Srinagar has taken the decision to disengage 93 paramedical staff members who were serving on an academic arrangement basis. This move comes in response to the introduction of the J&K Medical & Dental Education (Appointment on Academic Arrangement Basis) Rules, 2009, which allowed the engagement of paramedical staff to address the shortage of technical personnel required for patient care and the smooth functioning of academic activities within the institution. However, considering the limitations imposed by the rules and the absence of any interim relief or direction from a court of law, the GMC Srinagar has made the decision to discontinue the services of these staff members with immediate effect.

The GMC Srinagar had been relying on the provision of engaging paramedical staff on an academic arrangement basis to bridge the gap in technical expertise required for patient care and to ensure the smooth conduct of academic activities. However, these engagements were always intended to be temporary, pending the fulfillment of regular recruitment procedures or promotions. The engagement of paramedical staff members was subject to their performance and conduct during the specified period.

Disengagement of Paramedical Staff

In light of the aforementioned rules, the GMC Srinagar has taken the decision to disengage 93 paramedical staff members who have completed the maximum tenure of six years on an academic arrangement basis and do not have any interim relief or direction from a court of law to continue their services in the institution. The decision, effective immediately, marks the end of their academic arrangement appointments and paves the way for the adjustment of newly selected candidates.

The disengagement of these paramedical staff members should be seen as a necessary step in line with the regulations and rules governing such appointments. The intent is to ensure that the recruitment process is conducted in a fair and transparent manner, allowing qualified individuals to take up these positions through regular selection or promotion procedures.

As the GMC Srinagar moves forward, it is anticipated that steps will be taken to address the ongoing shortage of technical staff, exploring options to recruit qualified individuals through regular selection procedures, and promoting professional growth and development within the institution.

GMC Srinagar Disengagement
GMC Srinagar Disengagement
GMC Srinagar Disengagement
GMC Srinagar Disengagement
GMC Srinagar Disengagement