JKPSC Mains Exam to Begin on February 20 as per Schedule, Confirms Controller Exams

Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission

JAMMU: In a recent update from the Controller Exams, it has been clarified that the interim relief provided by the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) is restricted to only eight petitioners and not for any other candidate. This news comes as a relief to the Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission (JKPSC) as it had been facing uncertainty over the conduct of the mains exam for the Combined Competitive Examination (CCE).

Earlier, a few candidates had approached the CAT seeking a stay on the JKPSC mains exam, which was scheduled to begin on February 20, citing discrepancies in the results of the preliminary exam. The CAT had then granted interim relief to the petitioners and directed the JKPSC to not declare the results of the preliminary exam until the matter was resolved.

However, with the recent clarification from the Controller Exams, it has been made clear that the interim relief is only for the petitioners and not for any other candidate. This means that the JKPSC mains exam will proceed as per schedule from February 20, The exam will be conducted in various centers across Jammu and Kashmir.

Candidates who are appearing for the JKPSC mains exam have been advised to follow all the guidelines issued by the JKPSC regarding the exam, including carrying a valid photo ID proof. The JKPSC has also advised candidates to check the official website for any further updates regarding the exam.

With the clarification from the Controller Exams, the JKPSC can now proceed with the mains exam as per schedule, providing relief to thousands of candidates who were eagerly waiting for the exam. It is hoped that the JKPSC will conduct the exam smoothly, and candidates will be able to perform to the best of their abilities.

Kashmir Records Poor Performance In JKPSC JKAS Results

Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission

SRINAGAR: In the JKAS results declared by Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission, Kashmir has poorly performed. Though the administrative service has historically not attracted Kashmir youth, it is said to be one of the lowest performances of the Kashmir division in recent years.

The results select 187 positions that the GAD had referred to Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission (JKPSC). As many as 648 candidates appeared in the interviews after qualifying Mains exams.

Also Check: JKPSC JKAS Toppers list, Top 10 scorers

Of the 187 candidates, 90 candidates were selected in Open Merit. The rest of the successful candidates – making more than half of the total, fall under different reserved categories. Some candidates from reserved categories have secured their selection in open merit as well.

The reserved category is a major basket of the list. Of them, 22 candidates belong to Scheduled Caste (SC) – six of them have secured their seats in Open Merit as well – 19 candidates belong to Scheduled Tribe (ST), 26 candidates belong to Residents of Backward Area (RBA) – eight of them also fall in Open Merit, 18 candidates belonged to Economically Weaker Section (EWS), three candidates belong to Physically Handicapped Category (PHC), nine candidates belong to Pahari Speaking People (PSP) – two of them secured their seats among Open Merit also, eleven candidates belong to Actual Line of Control/ International Border (ALC/IB) and four of them secured their seat among Open Merit, eight candidates belong to Social Caste (SLC) and one of them secured the seat among Open Merit.

The list shows that as many as 31 candidates, who had appeared from Srinagar Centre, made it to the finals. Insiders said there could be a few more from Kashmir, who, for logistical reasons, could have written their examinations from the Jammu centre.

The JKAS comprises three allied services – junior scale JKAS, JKPS and Accounts service. Of the 187 candidates 56 will be absorbed into junior scale JKAS, 71 into Jammu and Kashmir Police Service and 60 will go to the Jammu and Kashmir Accounts Service.

The preliminary examinations for the JKAS were conducted on October 24, 2021, in which 20790 candidates appeared. Of them, 4462 candidates qualified for mains, conducted between April 8, 2022, and April 18, 2022. Only 3916 candidates appeared in all the papers. Finally, 648 candidates qualified for the Personality Test (Interview). The interviews were conducted between December 5, 2022, and January 19, 2023, and the final  was out within twelve hours of the culmination of the interview process.

This selection was one of the few lists for coveted positions that JKPSC did in record time in comparison to earlier lists.

Article by Maleeha Sofi for Kashmir Life.

JKPSC KAS Prelims Result 2022 Declared, Download PDF

JKPSC KAS Result 2022

JKPSC KAS Prelims Result 2022: JKPSC has declared the most awaiting Result for the Kashmir Administrative Services for which the prelims examination was held on 31st of July 2022 and on the same date the Answer keys were released.

Jammu & Kashmir Combined Competitive (Preliminary) Examination, 2022 – Declaration of result thereof. Ref: Notification No. PSC/Exam/2022/19.

dated: 17.08.2022- issuance of revised list.
Notification No. PSC/Exam/2022/22 Dated: 17.08.2022

Download JKPSC KAS Result PDF 2022

Whereas, a provisional list of candidates having been declared qualified for admission to the J&K Combined Competitive (Mains) Examination, 2022 was issued vide Notification No. PSC/Exam/2022/19 dated 17.08.2022; and Whereas, due to certain inadvertent error, the earlier notification issued vide No. PSC/Exam/2022/19 date 17.08.2022 stands withdrawn.

Now, therefore, the result of the J&K Combined Competitive (Preliminary) Examination, 2022, held on 31.07.2022 is hereby declared and the candidates with the Roll numbers, as per Annexure-A to this notification have provisionally qualified for admission to the J&K Combined Competitive (Mains) Examination, 2022.

However, the result of the candidates who have been allowed to appear in the Examination on the directions of the Hon’ble CAT shall be declared subject to the Hon’ble CAT orders. In accordance with the rules governing the subject matter, all candidates forming Annexure A to this Notification shall have to apply again through online mode for J&K Combined Competitive (Mains) Examination, 2022, for which a detailed notification shall be issued separately.

The Mains Examination will tentatively be held w.e.f. 21St of November, 2022. Candidates can obtain information regarding their result by accessing Commission’s website www.jkpsc.nic.in. The candidature of the notified candidates shall remain provisional and subject to outcome of writ petition(s), if any, pending disposal before the Court(s) of Law.

JKPSC Recruitment KAS/KPS 2021 – 257 Posts

JKPSC KAS Exam 2021

JKPSC has advertised posts for 256 Vacant Vacancies in Jammu and Kashmir

JKPsc recruitment 2021, KAS/KPS Recruitment 2021, Kashmir Administrative Services 2021,

Kashmir Police Service 2021 Vacancies, Jammu & Kashmir Recruitment for CCE Posts 2021.

Kashmir Accounts Services 2021 Posts/ Vacancies Check Here. JKPSC KAS Exam.

Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission has invited Applications from eligible candidates for 256 Posts.

The CCE[Combined Competitive Exam] will be conducted in the first week of June 2021 for 256 posts.

Combined Competitive Examination, 2021

Details of Services / Vacancies along with category wise break for which recruitment through the CCE(Combined Competitive Examination, 2021 is to be made:

1Junior Scale of J&K Administrative Service280605060205020256
2J&K Police (G) Service7014121406140605141
3J&K Accounts (G) Service310605061406020260

Total No. of Vacancies: 257

JKPSC 2021 KAS Notification

JKPSC 2021 KAS/KPS notification, The Combined Competitive Examination for JKPSC KAS 2021 will be conducted in first week of June 2021.

Jammu and Kashmir Government has send a request to JKPSC Board to conduct exams for 256 Posts.

which include

  • Junior Scale of J&K Administrative Service / KAS,
  • J&K Police Service
  • J&K Accounts Service

These Vacancies will be filled according to SRO-103 of Jammu and Kashmir CCE Rules 2018.

JKPSC KAS Syllabus 2021

JKPSC has already Shared the Syllabus for Combined Competitive Examination 2021,

Now Download the JKPSC KAS Syllabus from here CLICK HERE, Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission

KAS Syllabus 2021, jkpsc KPSC Syllabus download here.

Download KAS Syllabus PDF.

Recruiting Board/AgencyJKPSC
Official NotificationClick Here
Total No of Vacancies257
Apply for the KAS examinationA link will be active in the first week of June
Admit Card for KAS ExamThe link will be active in the first week of August

Qualifications for JKPSC KAS Exam

A candidate should have a valid/ UGC recognized graduation certificate from any college at the time of Mains Examination.

Those who have Graduated or are pursuing in the final Year of their graduation can Apply for Combined Competitive Examination 2021.

Meanwhile, At the time of Application form submission candidates don’t need to show/Upload any kind of any document.

KAS/KPS exam is conducted in Srinagar and Jammu Cities of J&K.

The recruiting agency/Board is Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission.

Whereas JKSSB is also a government recruiting agency.