Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission (JKPSC) is the governmental body that has the function of recruiting people for the different posts of civil services in the territory of Jammu and Kashmir. The selection process involves state-wide competitive examination process, operating alongside the rules of reservation. The constitutional body is headquartered at Solina, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir.
|Name of the body||Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission (JKPSC)|
|Location||Solina, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir|
|Exam Name||Jammu and Kashmir Combined Services Competitive Exam|
|Frequency of the Exam||Once a year|
|Main Function||Recruit civil services candidates to serve the Government of India in J & K territory|
|Number of Vacancies||796|
|Stages of the examination||Preliminary Exam Mains Exam Interview Round|
|Job Location||Across the territory|
There will be different admit cards for every stage of examination i.e. Prelims, Mains, Interview. JKPSC admit card for all the posts will be available on the official website of the Commission. The candidates are advised to download the Admit Card at the earliest. It is because this will prevent the candidates from getting into the last-minute hustle.
Often candidates face difficulty while downloading admit cards because of the poor connectivity. So, make sure that you have a stable internet connection that will enable you to access the official website without any kind of interruptions.
The steps to download the admit card are given below:
Step 1- Go to the JKPSC official website at http://jkpsc.nic.in/.
Step 2- On the home screen, go to the “What’s New…” section.
Step 3- Search through the notifications about the JKPSC Exam you applied to appear for.
Step 4- Click on the link that mentions admit cards for the examination for which you want to download. It should be there in the format like “Admit Cards for SAC Part-I Departmental Examination (Roll no 51 to 100)”. Open this above-mentioned link window on the other tab in the same window.
Step 5- On this pdf click on the “download” icon to download and save the file on your PC.
Step 6- Now, open the downloaded pdf file. Then, type your name in the “Search or Find on this page”
Step 7- This will take you to the page on which your name is written. Right there you will get you to admit card.
Step 8- Take a print out of the particular page on which your details are mentioned. Save it for the day of examination.
The most important thing to do when you see your admit card is carefully checked all the details mentioned on it. In case you find any error on your admit card, write an email to the student help desk informing them about the same.
The following are the details that will be mentioned on your admit card:
The exams which are being held during the pandemic, are conducted under medical supervision so that the health and safety of the candidates are not compromised. Moreover, the candidates have to download the proforma regarding Covid-19 which is available on the official website. Fill up the undertaking on Covid-19 and submit the same at the time of entry on the day of examination.
JKPSC admit card is the most important document that has to be carried on the day of examination centre. But, apart from this, the other following documents are also necessary without which entry will not be allowed:
The admit card is the most important document throughout the examination process. The candidates have to carry it with themselves compulsorily, else they would not be allowed to sit for the exam.
Ques. Will I receive the physical copy of my JKPSC admit card by post?
Ans. No, the candidates will not receive the hard copy from the Commission. You can go on the official website of JKPSC, and download the admit card online. And take a print out of it and save it for the future.
Ques. How should I calculate my correct age as per the rules of the JKPSC application form?
Ans. The age of the candidate should be calculated as on the 1st of January of the year when the Advertisement for that particular post is posted.
Ques. Is there any reservation criteria for disabled people in JKPSC?
Ans. Yes, there is a reservation for several categories, which are as follows:
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||8 %|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||10 %|
|A resident of Backward Area (RBA)||20 %|
|Other Social Caste||2 %|
|Physically Challenged||3 %|
|Actual Line of Control (ALC)||3 %|
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.