New Delhi: The Jammu and Kashmir Service Selection Board (JKSSB) has announced the results / score sheets of candidates for the Computer Based Written Test (CBT) for the post of Junior Engineer (Civil).
Candidates who took part in the exam can view their results on the official website – https://jkssb.nic.in/.
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The CBT examination for the post of Junior Engineer (Civil) was conducted from October 27, 2021 to November 2, 2021. Answer Keys was published on November 5, 2021
JKSSB examines the objections raised by the candidates and after proper discussion on the issue, the final answer key is revealed.
Now, therefore, in view of the above results / score sheets based on the performance of the candidates appearing for the Computer Based Written Test (CBT) for the post of Junior Engineer (Civil), it is hereby advertised as “A”.
It was further informed that
(i) A candidate will not be called for verification of documents or appearing in the selection list only if the result / score sheet is numbered and he / she has to fulfill other eligibility conditions as decided and decided by the Board in this regard. Will be final.
(ii) The Jammu and Kashmir Service Selection Board will call the candidates in the area under consideration on the basis of their qualifications for verification of documents. Document verification schedule will be informed separately.
(iii) Any candidate wishing to represent the position assigned to him / her on the score sheet, can do so by e-mail to the official email address email@example.com on or before 15 January 2022. Such representations shall be disposed of in accordance with the existing rules.
(iv) If no representation is found, the score sheet will be considered final as a notification. In addition, the Board reserves the right to make any corrections / changes to the record at any later date, such as on the basis of the required self-intent or documentary evidence at the request of the candidates, if any.
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