SRINAGAR, JULY 28: According to the District Magistrate Srinagar, the candidates appearing in the examinations of Stenographer (Grade C&D) examination to be conducted by Staff Selection Commission at Girls Higher Secondary School Nawakadal Srinagar and CET by Board of Professional Entrance Examination Srinagar at various institutions in District Srinagar on July 31, 2016 are hereby informed that the Transport facility shall be available at Tourist Reception Centre (TRC) Srinagar from 7.30 AM to 8.30 AM for their convenience.
The students/candidates appearing in these examinations are informed that in case of Curfew/restrictions on the said date, their Admit Cards will be treated as Curfew Passes. All aspirants who would like to avail the facility upto the institutions, shall report to Tourist Reception Centre (TRC) between 7.30 AM and 8.30 AM sharp.
The transport facility shall be available from TRC Srinagar to Government Girls Higher Secondary Nawakadal Srinagar (SSC Examination Centre), Tourist Reception Centre (TRC) to Centre (1) University of Kashmir , Centre 02 University of Kashmir Centre 03 University of Kashmir Gandhi Memorial College, Amar Singh College Gogji Bagh, Women College Nawakadal, Degree College Bemina, MPML Higher Secondary School Baghi Dalawar Khan, Polytechnic College Gogji Bagh, Polytechnic for Women Bemina and Islamia College of Science & Commerce Hawal.
Attention candidates appearing in various examinations*
SRINAGAR, JULY 28: The Deputy Commissioner Srinagar has notified for the information of the students/ candidates appearing in the examinations of Staff Selection Commission, JK Board of Professional Entrances Examinations and State Bank of India on July 31, 2016 at various examination Centers in District Srinagar that in case of Curfew/restrictions on the said date, their Admit Cards will be treated as Curfew Passes.
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