PSC Postpones Civil Services Judicial Exam


SRINAGAR: The Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission has postponed the written test for Compulsory Paper-III of J&K Civil Service (Judicial) Competitive Examination-2017 which was scheduled to be held on 28.05.2017.

According to a statement issued by the Secretary J&KPSC, the new date for the examination shall be notified separately.

He said the examination centre set up in the Gandhi Memorial College, Shamaswari, Srinagar for the said examination has been shifted to J&K Public Service Commission Examination Hall, Solina, Srinagar. “Therefore, the candidates who have been allotted examination centre at Gandhi Memorial College, Shamaswari, Srinagar shall report at J&K Public Service Commission Examination Hall, Solina, Srinagar for appearing in the examination from 29.05.2017 onwards,” the statement said.

CET admit cards as Curfew Passes

Divisional Commissioner Kashmir has directed all Deputy Commissioners of Kashmir valley to arrange transport facility for the candidates appearing in Common Entrance Test (CET) and MBBS Course 2017 (AIIMS) on Sunday.

In an order issued today, Div Com said to conduct the examination hassle free and to facilitate the examination staff and candidates to appear in the examination scheduled to be held on May 28, DCs of Kashmir valley shall make all necessary arrangements for transportation of candidates and staff to and from the respective district headquarters.

Divisional Commissioner also stated that the admit cards and identity cards of candidates and staff shall be treated as curfew passes in case of restrictions. He also directed DCs to deploy magistrates for each location of examination centres for the conveniences of the public.

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