JKSSB Sub Inspector Kashmiri Migrants Selection List 2021


Selection List of candidates for the post of Sub-Inspector, Commercial Taxes, (Finance Department) Divisional Cadre Kashmir, Item No 021 Advertised Vide Advertisement Notice No 03 of 2020 dated 01-12-2020,
under PM Package for Kashmiri Migrants and Non-Migrant Kashmiri Pandits.

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JKSSB Class IV Rescheduled Document Verification, Check your name

JKSSB Class IV Document Verification

Rescheduling of Document Verification of Provisionally Shortlisted
Candidates for Class-IV posts of various Department, (UT,
Divisional Cadre Jammu/Kashmir and District Cadres) advertised
vide Advertisement Notification No. 01 of 2020 dated 26.06.2020.

The Document Verification of Class IV posts was called off/postponed due to
deployment of all Officers and majority of other functionaries for the conduct of Computer
Based Written Test (CBT) relating to 1200 posts of Health and Medical Education
Department w.e.f 17-08-2021 to 25-08-2021. To complete the Document
Verification in respect of Class IV posts, it has been deemed expedient to resume the
said process.

Accordingly, it is hereby informed to the candidates whose Document
Verification has been postponed vide this office notice issued under endorsement Nos.
SSB/COE/Class IV/2021/ 5484-92 Dated 12.08.2021 for Various Cadres Posts
of Class IV (Various Departments), Advertised Vide Advertisement Notice No
01 of 2020 dated 26.06.2020, is hereby re-scheduled and shall now be conducted
w.e.f 28th of August 2021 onwards as per Annexure “A” (Jammu Division
Candidates) and “B” (Kashmir Division Candidates).

However, other terms and conditions as laid down in the Documents Verification
notice issued vide this office notice issued under endorsement Nos SSB/Secy/ClassIV/2021/4832-39 dated 07-07-2021 shall remain the same.

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JKSSB Chairman holds review meeting for CBT exam

Khalid Jhangir KAS

Chairman JKSSB holds a review meeting to oversee the forthcoming Computer Based Test (CBT) Examination for various posts of the Health & Medical Education Department.

The Chairman, Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) held a review meeting to take stock of the arrangements put in place for smooth
conduct of forthcoming Computer Based Test (CBT) Examination of various categories
of posts of Health & Medical Education Department advertised vide Advertisement
Notification No. 02 of 2021.

The CBT examination of about 1202 posts of various categories is
scheduled to be held from 17th August 2021 to 24th August 2021. Approximately,
72,000 online applications have been received for 1202 posts advertised under 162
different item numbers.

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Pertinently, about 61,000 unique candidates have applied for
the aforesaid posts. The CBT examination shall be conducted at 36 different locations
in Kashmir and Jammu Division and on average, about 8000-9000 candidates are
scheduled to appear in 3 different shifts/ batches per day.

The meeting was informed that the candidates are facing in downloading
of Admit Cards and allotment of Examination venues/centers in respect of certain
categories of posts.

The Chairman directed the Controller of Examinations to address
the issue and provide rectified/ revised Admit Cards to the concerned candidates. It
was also directed to consider minimum inter-division movement of candidates for
taking the examination.

It was decided that the Board shall examine the requests
made by the candidates regarding the allotment of examination venues/centers.
However, it was felt expedient to apprise the general public/ candidates that there are
constraints/ difficulties with regard to the availability of infrastructure for the conduct of CBT
in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir which may make the movement of
candidates inevitable.

It was also directed to use all available machinery to keep
candidates informed about instructions regarding the scheduled examination. The
candidates are advised to visit the official website of the Board for regular updates.

The candidates who are scheduled to appear in the forthcoming
examinations including CBT, have also been cautioned to desist from indulging in any
unfair means practice like impersonation, carrying of prohibited items, communication
the device, electronic equipment/ gadget, or any other material with the intention of
receiving assistance.

The candidates were found to be attempting/using any unfair means
practice during the examination shall be dealt with strictly as per the provisions of
the Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (Conduct of Examinations)
Regulations, 2013 including debarring of such candidates for appearing in future
The Chair was briefed that all necessary preparations have already been
put in place. Moreover, the Board has also sought the cooperation of Divisional
Administration, Kashmir/ Jammu as well as Respective District Administrations for
making available manpower, police/ security deployment for frisking, etc to ensure
smooth and hassle-free conduct of the examination.

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The meeting among others was attended by the Controller of
Examinations SSB, Dy. Secretary SSB, Under Secretary SSB, Administrative Officers
SSB, Kashmir/Jammu, etc.

Doctor removes Uterus of a Women in Srinagar Instead of Stone in Srinagar

Doctor removes Uterus of a Women in Srinagar Instead of Stone in Srinagar 1

A surgeon has removed the uterus of a 26-year-old woman in place of her gallbladder, In a major case of negligence at Classic Hospital in Srinagar.

According to the woman’s family, she was diagnosed with the presence of a 6mm polyp on her gall bladder and advised to undergo surgery in June.

To her shock, not only did her post-surgery check-up reveal the surgery was not required as the polyp was too small to be removed, the woman got another shock when an ultrasound revealed her uterus was missing.

The family also claimed that when confronted the Classic hospital management first refused to take responsibility and later pleaded for a “compromise”.

“We have been devastated by this hospital and the doctor who operated on her. We have lost hopes of becoming parents now” the husband of the lady told a local news agency, Kashmir Dot Com (KDC).

He said it is “like a death sentence for the family”.

“The reality is that we will never be able to conceive is haunting us and is already causing a lot of mental trauma. What worries us is also the fact that the removal of body parts in such a manner will affect the health of my wife for her entire life. Our life has been derailed,” said the husband.

The family said they will file a complaint with the police.

The Classic hospital administration refused to give the version of the incident despite repeated attempts by KDC.

Director Health Kashmir Dr Mushtaq Rather told Kashmir Dot Com (KDC) that strict action under rules will be taken against the hospital administration and the doctor provide the family files the written complaint. (KDC)

Five women arrested for running ‘sex racket’ in Srinagar

JK Police

Jammu and Kashmir Police have busted a sex racket in the Tengpora area of Kashmir capital Srinagar.

Sources told news agency Kashmir Dot Com (KDC) that a sex racket was busted by Jammu and Kashmir police in the Tengpora area of Srinagar city and have arrested five women running the racket in the said vicinity and was handed over to Women’s police station Rambagh.

They said the residences of the arrested women are Nowgam, Tibtee Colony Hawal, Aripal Tral, Nanil Anantnag, and Khalapora Dalgate.

An FIR number 107/ 2021 under sections 3, 4, 5, 7 of the immoral traffic prevention act has been registered in Police station Batamaloo and further investigation has been set into motion, they added. (KDC)

KU gets Rs 10 crore DBT-BUILDER grant to promote research, education

Kashmir university

The Centre for Interdisciplinary Research and Innovations (CIRI) at the University of Kashmir has received a mega Rs 10 Crore DBT-BUILDER grant for the promotion of interdisciplinary research and education at the varsity.

Vice-Chancellor Prof Talat Ahmad said the Department of Biotechnology-Boost to University Interdisciplinary Life Science Departments for Education and Research (BUILDER) programme would go a long way in promoting quality interdisciplinary education and research at the university as envisioned under the flagship National Education Policy-2020.

Congratulating Dr Altaf Bhat, Coordinator CIRI and BUILDER team including Dr Ajaz Wani, Dr Ashraf Dar, Dr Abdul Wajid, Dr Rafiq Mir and Dr Javaid Bhat for the achievement, Prof Talat said the project is aimed at addressing local scientific problems through interdisciplinary approaches and establishing high-end research facilities. He appreciated the efforts of the CIRI in promoting interdisciplinary education and research in a big way.

The University of Kashmir is the first university in the UT of Jammu and Kashmir to become a part of this prestigious programme.

Prof Talat thanked the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India for its support to the University of Kashmir, which has recently also received major grants including Rs 10-crore DST-PURSE grant and Center for Excellence in Glaciology, budgeted at approximately Rs 8 crore. The University is emerging as a major research hub in interdisciplinary research and education.

Registrar Dr Nisar Ahmad Mir congratulated the BUILDER team for securing the prestigious mega grant which, he said, will be utilised to promote interdisciplinary teaching and research at the varsity and establish high-end facilities and infrastructure thereof.

Coordinator CIRI Dr Altaf Bhat said the University has established CIRI, a brainchild of Prof Talat Ahmad, in 2019 with an objective to attract brilliant, talented and well-trained young scientists from abroad through prestigious fellowships like Ramanujan, Ramalingamswami and Wellcome trust-DBT India Alliance across various disciplines.

“It is an initiative to convert brain-drain into brain-gain. We have scientists at the CIRI who have returned from top universities in USA and Europe, like Harvard University, Max Planck Institute Germany, University of Cambridge, University of Edinburgh,” he said.

Dr Bhat said the establishment of CIRI is a first such initiative where scientists across disciplines would be working under one roof.

The establishment of the centre has received a lot of appreciation in scientific circles and many national and international faculties have shown willingness to be associated with it as adjunct faculties, he said.

He said the Centre is developing a competitive research ecosystem by promoting cutting-edge interdisciplinary research and plans to integrate various disciplines in the university for collaborative research to serve as a model to inspire youth to take up research as a career.

Dr Bhat said apart from an advanced instrumentation facility, interdisciplinary teaching, and research programs will be introduced in the Centre under the DBT-BUILDER program to build trained and skilled human resources. (KNS)

Protests in Jammu over the opening of new liquor shops


Protests continued in various localities of winter capital city, Jammu, over opening of wine shops in residential areas on Wednesday.

Witnesses told a local news agency, Kashmir News Observer (KNO), scores of people including women and children staged protest in city’s Shakti Nagar area and against the administration.

The protesting residents said the proposed shop is next to residential apartment, which houses three families, majority of them female members.

“We are around ten female members living in the house, which has been proposed as new wine shop, which we will not allow to open at any cost,” said a local.

She added that if wine shop will open, it would be security issue for entire locality as boozers may create nuisance.

Earlier, residents of Gujjar Nagar along with Corporator Ritu Choudhary and Ex-Corporator Rashida Begum hold protest against government and opposed opening of wine shop in residential area.

Similar situation was witnessed in Chowk Chabutra where protesters said that proposed shop is in residential area, which as per the locals in close to a temple. They demanded that the Lieutenant Governor should intervene into the matter and direct the concerned department to reallocate the wine shop to some other non-residential area.

“We will not allow the wine shops to open in our residential area”, a senior citizen said.

Similar protest was also held in Pacca Danga, wherein residents also demanded shifting of wine shop from their residential area to some other location.

“Women, school going children and other people feel insecure after opening of the wine shop in our residential area,” the protesting people said.

If government intends to open the wine shops, than the same should be opened at one place and that too away from the residential areas, the protestors added.

The wine shop is located near a school, so it is not justified to open the wine shop here, a local said, adding that they will continue their protest if wine shops are opened in their areas.

When contacted, Rahul Sharma Excise Commissioner, Jammu and Kashmir said, “We have nothing to say on the protests as respective district magistrates have issued No Objection Certificates (NOC) to new license holders.”

On number of shops opened after new Excise policy came into existence, Sharma said data has not been complied yet—(KNO)

Will fight for the rights of Jammu and Kashmir: Farooq Abdullah

Farooq Abdullah

Peoples Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD), an amalgam of various political parties, fighting for the restoration of pre-August 5, 2019 decision of New Delhi, Wednesday met after a gap of six months and vowed to use every opportunity to fight for peoples’ rights stating that the alliance “will fight while sitting in fire.”

The meeting as per a local news agency, Kashmir News Observer (KNO), was held at the Gupkar residence of PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti, where other members of the alliance that include Javaid Mustafa Mir, M Y Tarigami, NC MP Hasnain Masoodi, and Muzaffar Shah of Awami National Conference (ANC) and Mehbooba Beg of PDP participated. The meeting decided to appoint Tarigami as the full-fledged spokesman of PAGD.

The meeting chaired by PAGD’s president and National Conference (NC) president Dr Farooq Abdullah, started at 05:10 pm.

Soon after the meeting, the leaders from PAGD stated that there has been no change in their stance on the declaration made on 4 August 2019. The leaders while talking to the media persons said that the alliance will continue to “fight for the rights of people.”

The NC chief Abdullah, when asked whether he would resign as Member of Parliament in case any unfavourable decision is taken by the Centre, said: “We will fight sitting in fire. I will not quit. But, I will fight for my people in the Parliament,” he said.

He added that the doors of PAGD has and will remain always open for everyone. “We have not been asked or informed about anything so far regarding the ongoing speculations,” he said.

About the delimitation process, he said they have already moved to the Supreme Court (SC) with regard to the 5 August decision. “The matter is in court. Let the verdict be announced first. We will take a call accordingly,” he said.

PAGD’s new spokesman, Tarigami said that the conglomerate will never leave any stone unturned for the betterment of the people. “We (PAGD) will use every opportunity for the wellbeing of the people,” he said.

The meeting assumed significance as it was held amid speculations over the further bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir by the Centre.

Pertinently, the PAGD, a conglomerate of political parties was formed in Jammu and Kashmir to fight for the restoration of the 4 August 2019 position. Nonetheless, the silence prevailed within the conglomerate for the last couple of months. (KNO)

Train service suspended in Kashmir till 16 June

Train service suspended in Kashmir till 16 June 2

Authorities on Wednesday ordered that the train services from Banihal to Baramulla would remain suspended till 16 June, 2021.

According to an order, a copy of which lies with the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), the train services from Banihal-Baramulla were scheduled to resume from 09 June 2021.

However, the order reads that the Inspector General of Kashmir (IGP) Kashmir through PCR Kashmir has demanded further cancelation of train operation over Baramulla-Banihal-Baramulla section from 10-06-21 to 16-06-21—(KNO)