With the JKPSC Mains Exam as per the program, the Board throws a ‘one-month testing gap’ into the dust The announcement by Jammu and the Kashmir Public Service Commission to hold the main JKAS exams since April 8 sent shocking waves among the candidates. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. The JKPSC, by law, must notify the test within a month in advance, a claim for those seeking help.
“The needless and unreasonable eagerness of the JKPSC to conduct the JKAS Mains exams from 8 April, has clearly shown a lack of respect for its rules, which clearly states that a small one-month gap should be provided for baptismal candidates from the date of publication. of the day sheet, ”said a group of aspirants. After the J&K Supreme Court rejected the request for interim relief, the JKPSC within a few hours of the dismissal of the complaint came out with the JKAS Mains’ daily paper on April 1 setting a date. exams as of 08-April. “Most of the students have applied for the SSC CGL and their exams are from April 11 to 21 April. Despite this conflict, most candidates run outside of J&K and many within J&K. Candidates should apply for leave but not immediately, ”he said, adding that ‘things are at stake as a result of this JKPSC decision’. standing. Follow all KAS tests from 2013 and see how bad its behavior was. It is not enough to have a lot of honest members who make up a commission. The important thing is to maintain the integrity of this body, ”he complained. Jammu and Kashmir National Assembly MP Hasnain Masoodi urged the JKPSC to reschedule the major JKAS exams and said the commission’s notice had left those who wanted to enter confused as the time should have been 30 days as usual. The JKNC said Masoodi had raised the issue. with LG Advisor Rajeev R Bhatnagar and JKPSC Chairman Brij R Sharma. Omar Abdullah, too, wants the exams postponed. “This will increase the number of candidates who want to write exams and join J&K government services,” he said.
Former prime minister Mehbooba Mufti took to Twitter to demand that LG intervene immediately. six-day notice of the JKAS Main Exam. Ask LG to intervene immediately, ”he said on Twitter