Stranded aspirants can take Super- 50 test in Kashmir: DSEK
SRINAGAR, DECEMBER 03: Directorate of School Education Kashmir today said that the candidates of Jammu and Ladakh region, presently stranded in the valley, will be allowed to appear in the super-50 Free Tutorial test for NEET/JEE and Civil Services exams here.
“Chief Education Officers of Kashmir Division have been advised to allow the aspirant candidates of Jammu and Ladakh region, presently stranded in the valley to appear in the super-50 Free Tutorial test for NEET/JEE and Civil Services exams” Joint Director (Central) Directorate of School Education Kashmir said.
He said that since a large number of candidates of Jammu and Ladakh regions are stranded in the valley and represented before the Director School Education to allow them to appear in the test, accordingly all the Chief Education Officers have been asked to direct the invigilating staff to allow the aspirant candidates of the twin regions to appear in the centre of their convenience after the candidate produces Admit Card issued by the Directorate and valid Identity card. The superintendent of the examination centre shall satisfy himself/herself about the identity and other proof produced by the candidate.
Moreover, all other condition already in vogue shall apply.
Meanwhile, all the arrangements have been made to conduct the test in a transparent and hassle-free manner, said Director School Education Kashmir Dr G.N.Itoo.
He further said the students have been advised to be present at all examination centers before one hour of commencement of the test with their Admit cards and identity proof.
It may be mentioned that the screening test shall be conducted on 05/12/2018 with (PCM+ Civil Services: 11 am to 01 pm and PCB from 02pm to 3:30pm). The result shall be declared on 07/12/2018.
Pertinently, around 6500 candidates are appearing in the test to qualify for super-50 free coaching.