The JKSSB has released the Shortlist for the Physical Endurance Test for the posts of Sub Inspectors in the UT of Jammu and Kashmir for a total of 1200 Vacancies in the Home Department.
The Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) has recently released the cutoff marks for the Physical Endurance Test (PET) for the recruitment of Sub Inspectors in the UT of Jammu and Kashmir. This announcement comes as a significant milestone for the aspiring candidates who have applied for the 1200 vacancies in the Home Department. In this article, we will delve into the details of the cutoffs, understanding their significance in the recruitment process, and what candidates need to know to excel in the upcoming Physical Endurance Test.
Detailed Breakdown of JKPSI Category-wise Cutoffs
The cutoff marks for the Physical Endurance Test vary according to different categories. Here’s a breakdown of the cutoffs for each category:
The Cutoff for the PST/PET(Physical Endurance test) is released below here:
|Resident of Backward Class (RBA)||91.90|
|Pahari Speaking People (PSP)||89.18|
|Social Caste Category||88.44|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||85.89|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||77.57|
|ALC/IB (Along Line of Control/International Borders)||89.24|
|EWS (Economically Weaker Section)||75.79|
The candidates have been shortlisted in the ratio of 1:6 for a total of 1200 vacancies.
JKPSI Selection Process and Shortlisting Ratio
The candidates have been shortlisted in the ratio of 1:6 for a total of 1200 vacancies. This means for every vacancy, six candidates have been shortlisted for the Physical Endurance Test. This stringent shortlisting ratio emphasizes the competitive nature of the selection process, highlighting the need for thorough preparation.
What Candidates Need to Know
For candidates who have been shortlisted, it’s imperative to understand the significance of these cutoffs. Knowing the cutoff marks for their respective categories provides a clear target to aim for during the Physical Endurance Test. It’s crucial to prepare rigorously, focusing on both strength and endurance exercises to meet the required standards.
Aspirants are advised to follow a structured fitness routine, ensuring they are in optimal physical condition on the day of the test. Additionally, understanding the specific requirements of the test, such as running distances and time limits, can aid in focused preparation.