KVIB exams as per schedule: CEO


Srinagar—Examination for the post of Jr.Supervisor in the Khadi and Village Industries Board (KVIB) will be conducted as per schedule on Sunday 20 th of August and has not postponed said Secretary/ Chief Executive Officer, J&K KVIB, Rashid Ahmad Qadri on Saturday.

Earlier, there were some media reports that the board has to take the final call for examination after some aspirants complained that they failed to get the admit cards from the website due to some technical snag.

The aspirants had appealed to the Board authorities to postpone or re-schedule the test so that they could sit in the exam, However they made it clear that they are going to conduct the examination on the scheduled time.

Qadri further said KVIB has no role in conducting the examination.

 “Government has appointed secretary law, Justice and Parliamentary affairs as controller examinations for conducting written test for various posts advertised by the Board. We have no role in conducting the examination. However after some technical snag in the website, we have set up helpline for aspirants unable to download admit cards” he said.

“Admit cards can be downloaded from the website of the board besides to facilitate issuance of admit cards for candidates two help centres have been established at Direction office KVIB old Secretariat Srinagar and divisional office ne plot, near post office KVIB Jammu,” he said.

 Qadri said, candidates can visit these centres to get their admit cards. Candidates can call us at 0194_2474789, 2452941, 2452940 0191-2544224 or email us at secretarykvib@gmail.com.

“We have issued more than 2000 admit cards from these help centres on Saturday alone. These help centres shall be functional on Sunday also from 8 am,” he said.

He further said, 33,671 candidates have applied for the 33 junior supervisor posts advertised by the Board.

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