JKSSB declares 41 selection lists in board meeting

Srinagar—The J&K Services Selection Board today conducted its 130th Board meeting under the chairmanship of its chairman, Simrandeep Singh and declared 41 Selection Lists, the vacancies for which were notified vide Advertisement No. 07 of 2015; Advertisement No. 01 of 2015; Advertisement No. 04 of 2016; and Advertisement No.01 and 02 of 2016.

These results include for the posts of FMPHW in Health and Medical Education Department for Districts Ganderbal, Shopian, Pulwama, Anantnag, Kupwara, Budgam and Kulgam of Kashmir and for districts Udhampur, Kathua, Doda, Reasi, Ramban, Rajouri, Poonch, Kishtwar and Jammu of Jammu division. Besides, the results for the posts of MMPHW of Pulwama district were also declared. The results for the posts of Food Safety Officer for Jammu and Kashmir divisions were also announced. It is pertinent to mention that Food Safety Officers are immediately needed to implement the provisions of Food Safety Act. Other results which were announced included those for the posts of Assistant Public Analyst of Kashmir Division (Health department), Copiest (Information department), Junior Grade Nurse (Health department) of Divisional Cadres Jammu and Kashmir; Junior Staff Nurse (Health Department) of districts Ramban, Kathua, Reasi and Kishtwar and Assistant Cameraman (Information department).

The meeting was attended by the Members of the Board including Mrs. Rukhsana Gani, Prof. Tasleem Peer, Mohammad Akbar Wani, Musheer Ahmad Mirza, Shafqat Iqbal, Anil Koul, Mohammad Saleem Malik and Nawab din. Secretary of Board, Tassaduq Hussain Mir, was also present.



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