JKSSB press release regrading CBT exams

JKSSB Chairman thanks District Administration & Compliments
Officers for successful conduct of first leg of Computer based
Written Test (CBT) Examination.

The Computer Based Written Test (CBT) Examination for 846 posts
advertised vide Advertisement Notification Nos 04, 05, 06, 07 of 2020 and 01 & 02 of
2021 conducted at 26 Examination Venues/Centres in Jammu, Kathua, Srinagar,
Budgam and Baramulla districts, culminated successfully.

Pertinently, 47889 unique candidates were scheduled to take CBT for
846 posts, out of which 29347 (64%) unique candidates have taken the aforesaid CBT
examination. The CBT examination for the aforesaid 846 posts culminated today on

Adequate security arrangements were put in place at each Examination
Centre. The concerned District Magistrates had issued Prohibitory Orders under
section 144 of Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) around the Examination Centres during
the timing of examination. A multi layered structure for supervision was established
with one Centre Observer and Centre Magistrate, Invigilatory staff for each
Examination Centre.

In addition, to ensure transparency and fairness during the
examination process, the CBT was conducted under CCTV surveillance.
Besides, Additional District Development Commissioners of the
aforementioned districts had been appointed as General Observers by the General
Administration Department.

The J&K Police had also deployed security personnel for
frisking and maintenance of law and order at each venue/ location. The JKSSB had
also deployed Liaison Officers/ District Observer(s) for each district in order to oversee
the arrangements, coordination with various stakeholders and real-time redressal of
issues, if any, at examination venues.

The JKSSB thanked all role partners for their enormous cooperation
especially Deputy Commissioner(s), Director Health Services Kashmir/Jammu, Senior
Superintendents of Police, Srinagar, Budgam, Jammu & Kathua and SSP Security
Kashmir/Jammu, along-with their teams for extending full cooperation to the JKSSB
in the smooth and transparent conduct of this exercise.

The Officers/ Officials of JKSSB
associated with the conduct of CBT were also complimented by the Chairman JKSSB
for their valuable role in the smooth conduct of examination.
The second leg of the CBT examination is being conducted from 8th
November 2021 to 12th November 2021.

The candidates scheduled to take CBT
examination are cautioned to desist from indulging in any unfair means practice like
impersonation, carrying of prohibited items, communication device, electronic
equipment/ gadget or any other material with the intention of receiving assistance.

The candidates 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 examinations.
The JKSSB wishes best of luck to all the candidates who are taking the
taking CBT examination from 8th November, 2021 onwards.

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