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Cancelled Sub-Inspector exams from Dec 7 to 20, JE on Dec 5 and 6
11/21/2022 10:47:30 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Nov 21: Ending all suspension, the government on Monday declared that cancelled exams of the Junior Engineer Civil (Jal Shakti Department) Exam would be conducted from December 5 to December 6, 2022 and the examinations for the post of Sub Inspector (Home Department) is scheduled to be held from December 7 to December 20.
This was informed during a meeting convened by Divisional Commissioner Jammu, Ramesh Kumar to review the preparations for the forthcoming written examination to be conducted by J&K Services Selection Board (JKSSB) for various posts.
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 officers attended the meeting in person while Deputy Commissioners Samba & Kathua and SSPs of Kathua, Samba, Jammu and Udhampur
v On June 4, JKSSB released the list of over 7200 candidates who have cleared the written exams of the Police Sub- Inspector (PSI) and qualified for the physical test.
v With the list of shortlisted candidates released by the JKSSB, the J-K Police recruitment exam has come under the scanner after several aspirants have called it a “fraud” and “unfair”.
v Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, on June 9, has assured a probe into allegations of irregularities in written tests conducted for the post of Police Sub-Inspectors.
v On June 10, a three-member panel headed by the Financial Commissioner (Additional Chief Secretary), Home
Department, R K Goyal was constituted. The other members of the panel were the Principal Secretary of the General Administration Department and the Secretary Department of Law, Justice, and Parliamentary Affairs.
v 97, 793 candidates appeared in the written test conducted by the JKSSB on March 27 across the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
v As per data, 1,13,861 candidates had applied for the post of which 97,793 candidates appeared in the examination,
which was over 85 percent.
v Over 7200 candidates have “cleared” written tests and have declared qualified for the physical test in the coming days, JKSSB had issued notice was the recruitment of 1200 posts of PSI in the Police Department.
v Alleging large-scale bungling, fraud, and irregularities, left-out candidates pointed out multiple instances wherein siblings have managed selection which cannot be a coincidence.
v It was alleged that question papers were leaked a day before the exams and some touts managed to get question
papers.
v On July 8, 2022, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha ordered cancellation of the exams fter the three-member inquiry panel detected bungling in the written examinations. The LG also recommended a probe by the CBI in this scam.
v On August 5, 2022, CBI conducted raids at 28 locations in Jammu, one at Srinagar and a house in Bangalore.
v The CBI on November 10, arrested seven more accused including a head constable and constables of the Central Re serve Police Force (CRPF), and three private persons in same case.
v November 13 CBI filed chargesheet against 24 accused in this recruitment scam.
articipated in the meeting through video conferencing.
The meeting discussed measures to be taken at different levels to ensure fair and smooth conduct of the exams.
While giving details of the forthcoming exams, the Chairman JKSSB informed that the Board has initiated the process for conducting written examinations for selection against different posts through Computer Based Test (CBT) from November 29, 2022. “For the purpose dedicated centres have been identified in 4 districts of Jammu Division i.e Jammu, Udhampur, Kathua & Samba,” he informed.
It was further informed that the test for Horticulture Technician Grade IV and Junior Stenographer have been scheduled from November 29, 2022, while the exam for Junior Engineer Civil (Jal Shakti Department) Exam would be conducted from December 5 to December 6, 2022 and the examinations for the post of Sub Inspector (Home Department) is scheduled to be held from December 7 to Dec 20.
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