Don’t fall prey to those promising help in securing govt jobs: JKSSB
Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) Wednesday cautioning the jobless youth to not fall prey to the machinations of unscrupulous elements who promise any help in securing government jobs.
In a press release here, the JKSSB said it has come to its notice that some unscrupulous elements/vested interests are exploiting the innocent youth and trying to dupe the gullible candidates through various deceptive means including making false promises of securing jobs either through influence or use of unfair means or by spreading motivated and mischievous information for ulterior considerations.
It said the aspiring candidates are cautioned against the activities of such vested interests and are advised not to fall prey to the designs of such elements.
“The candidates who are being approached by such people in any matter pertaining to recruitment of JKSSB are advised to immediately report to the JKSSB without any delay.
“The JKSSB will appreciate if specific information about such unscrupulous elements along with evidence is furnished to the Board, enabling it to take appropriate legal action. The identity of such candidates who will report about the unscrupulous elements shall be kept confidential,” the release said.
The candidates have also been advised to visit official website of the Board www.jkssb.nic.inonly, for authentic/verified updates/information.
The JKSSB also informed that it has advertised more than 19,000 posts of various cadres and categories relating to different departments under Accelerated Recruitment Programme in recent months.
It said the Board has also successfully conducted the examination for about 12,500 posts.
To continue the selection process, the JKSSB has scheduled Computer Based Written Test (CBT) examination for more than 1200 posts advertised vide advertisement notification number 02 of 2021 w.e.f. 17.08.2021 to 24.08.2021 (8:00 onwards) at various examination centres in Jammu, Srinagar, Budgam and Baramulla, it said.
This examination is scheduled to be conducted in multiple batches and approximately, 72,000 online applications have been received under 162 different item numbers.
About 61,000 unique candidates are scheduled to appear at 36 different locations/venues in Kashmir and Jammu divisions, the press release informed.