SRINAGAR: As many as 20,180 candidates from Jammu and Kashmir are all set to appear in the J&K Combined Services Competitive Examination scheduled to be held on Sunday in 26 centers across the state (11 in Srinagar and 15 in Jammu). Given the scale, the government has instructed all relevant departments to be ready and prepared for the smooth conduct of the exams.
“The first session shall be held from 10.00 am to 12.00 noon and the second session from 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm,” an official spokesperson said.
The arrangements for conduct of examination were reviewed in a meet chaired by Chairman, J&K Public Service Commission, Latief-u-Zaman Deva , along ith the District Civil and Police administration of Srinagar District.
The Deputy Inspector General of Police, Srinagar Rang, apprised the Chairman about the arrangements made in the matter of deployment of security personnel for security of examination centres, venues, frisking of candidates and parking of vehicles for smooth conduct of the Examination. “In case of any law and order situation, the admit cards issued to the candidates would be treated as curfew passes and duty magistrates to be appointed by him would coordinate with observers, police, security officers and other civilian authorities,” an official said.
The Deputy Commissioner informed that uninterrupted electricity, water supply and sanitation through Srinagar Municipal Corporation shall be ensured. District Health Officer was asked to keep at least two mobile ambulances, one exclusively for University of Kashmir and another at M.A. Road near S.P.College Srinagar available to handle cases of emergency.
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