Div Com Ramesh Kumar reviews JKSSB exam arrangements | Rare Techy


Jammu, November 21: The Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) today called a meeting to review the preparations for the written examination to be conducted for various posts, Divisional Commissioner Jammu, Ramesh Kumar.

Chairman JKSSB, Rajesh Sharma; Additional Commissioner, Pankaj Katoch; SSP Jammu, Chandan Kohli; Joint Director Information, Sapna Kotwal; Secretary JKSSB, Sachin Jamwal; Deputy Director Planning, Munish Dutta and other concerned officials attended the meeting in person, Deputy Commissioners Samba & Katwa, SSPs of Katwa, Samba, Jammu and Udhampur participated in the meeting through video conferencing.

The meeting discussed the steps to be taken at various levels to make the examinations fair and smooth.

While giving the details of the upcoming examinations, Chairman JKSSB informed that the board has started the process of conducting written examination for selection to various posts through Computer Based Test (CBT) from November 29, 2022. In 4 districts of Jammu division, namely Jammu, Udhampur, Katwa and Samba,” he informed. Horticulture Technician Grade IV and Junior Stenographer exam is scheduled from 29th November 2022 and Junior Engineer Civil (Jal Shakti Department) exam will be held from 5th December to 6th December 2022. The examinations for the post of Sub Inspector (Home Department) will be held from December 7 to December 20.

Giving details of steps taken, the board informed the meeting that it has resorted to third party audit of computer centers and installation of jammers in exam centers to conduct free and fair test.

Considering that credibility of centers is a vital factor for fair and transparent conduct of examinations, DV Com directed the concerned Deputy Commissioners and SSPs to scrutinize the performance and past history of the identified center before commencement of examination. He asked the DCs and SSPs to inform the JKSSB if there is any adverse report against the identified centres. He emphasized on taking all possible measures for foolproof security, maintenance of law and order and logistical support for successful conduct of the examinations.

The SSPs were directed to deploy adequate men and women policemen at various centers for inspection and other arrangements.

The DC has been directed to provide uninterrupted electricity, water supply and other facilities at the examination centers and ensure that candidates do not face any hardship.

DV Com also clarified that no electronic devices should be allowed in the examination halls. He asked the KSSB to issue instructions for candidate information and ensure wide publicity of these instructions.

DV Com directed the DCs to nominate monitors/magistrates apart from computer experts to each center after verifying the credentials.


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