3918 Candidates Appear In JKCCE Mains In J&K

Jammu- As many as 3918 candidates appeared in Jammu and Kashmir Combined Competitive Examination (JKCCE) Mains, 2021 which culminated both in Jammu and Srinagar on Monday, officials said.

As per the official communication of JKPSC, a total of 4454 candidates were shortlisted for JKCCE Mains, out of which 3918 candidates appeared in the examination in full and the total percentage of attendance stood at 87.96 (approx.) in all the 13 Centres established at Jammu and Srinagar.

The Combined Competitive Examination, 2021 has been designed as three stage process and this Examination was second stage to be followed by the Viva voce/Interview in which the candidates shortlisted after the Mains will be called.

The Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission had made elaborate four tier arrangements for security/frisking for the smooth conduct of the Examinations with due observance to Covid-19 protocols.

The Chairman, JKPSC thanked the UT Administration and Police Authorities for their cooperation and also complimented the Observers, Principals of Colleges and Schools, Supervisors, invigilating and support staff involved with the smooth and successful conduct of examination.

Pertinently, 6020 candidates out of 9273 eligible candidates had appeared in full in J&K Combined Competitive (Mains) Examination, 2016 which works at 64.91%, similarly, 1279 candidates out of 1750 eligible candidates had appeared in full in J&K Combined Competitive (Mains) Examination, 2018 which works at 73.08%, thus making the percentage of appearing candidates in the JKCCE Mains 2021 examination the highest ever.

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