he Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) recently conducted the Written Examination for the post of Junior Engineer (Civil), UT Cadre, Public Works (R&B) Department, as advertised in Notification No. 06 of 2022. On 19th November 2023, the examination took place, and candidates can now access the Provisional Answer Key for Series A, B, C, and D. This article will guide you through the key details and procedures related to the release of the answer key.
Overview of JKSSB JE Civil Exam 2023
Before delving into the specifics of the answer key release, let’s briefly recap the JKSSB JE Civil Exam 2023. The exam, held on 19th November 2023, aimed to fill Junior Engineer (Civil) positions in the Public Works (R&B) Department. Aspiring candidates applied under UT Cadre, responding to Advertisement Notification No. 06 of 2022.
JKSSB JE Civil Provisional Answer Key Release
As of now, candidates can access the Provisional Answer Key for Series A, B, C, and D. These keys are essential for cross-verifying responses and identifying any potential discrepancies. To ensure fairness, the JKSSB has made the answer keys available for download, allowing candidates to compare their answers with the officially provided solutions.
Submission of Objections
Candidates who spot discrepancies in the answer key have the opportunity to submit objections. To streamline the process, the board requires objections to be submitted on the prescribed format/proforma provided as Annexure “B” to this notice. It’s crucial to accompany objections with documentary proof/evidence supporting the claim, submitted in hard copy.
Objection Fee Details
While raising objections, candidates are required to pay a fee of Rs. 200 per question. This fee is refundable in cases where objections are deemed genuine and correct. This mechanism is in place to ensure that objections are raised responsibly and with substantial evidence, promoting a fair evaluation process.
Revised Answer Key Process
Upon receiving objections, the board will thoroughly review each claim. If an objection is found to be valid, the Answer Key will be revised accordingly for all candidates. This ensures that all candidates are assessed based on accurate and fair evaluation criteria.