Chairman JKSSB Confirms Scheduled Date for Supervisor Post Examination

Chairman SSB Confirms Scheduled Date for Supervisor Post Examination

Chairman SSB Confirms Scheduled Date for Supervisor Post Examination
 Srinagar, June 5: Amid the demand by the aspirants for deferment of the exams of the Supervisor post in the Social Welfare Department, the exam conducting body has outrightly refused to defer the examination noting that the exam will be held on the already notified date.

Talking to Greater Kashmir, Chairman JK Service Selection Recruitment Board (SSRB) Rajesh Sharma said that adequate preparation time was given to the aspirants post advertisement of the job notification. The exam for the supervisor post is scheduled on June 23 and 24.
“The exam will be conducted for 186 positions and we have around 1.40 lakh aspirants for these positions. We have been receiving emails from the majority of the candidates not to defer the exam,” Sharma told Greater Kashmir.

Earlier, several aspirants urged the authorities to defer the examination by one month saying that they did not get adequate preparation time. “We applied for the posts in March 2024 and we are yet to complete our preparation,” the aspirant said.

Notably, the notification for recruitment was issued by JKSSB in December 2023 while the syllabus was notified in mid-January of 2024.

“But the online portal for submission of application forms was reopened in March 2024 and the recent pass outs from colleges and Universities also applied for these positions. The online portal was open till March 19 of 2024,” an aspirant told Greater Kashmir.
The aspirants said that the syllabus is too lengthy which cannot be completed in such a short period of time.

“We approached JKSSB authorities with our demand to defer the exam by one month so that we can cover the syllabus and appear in examination with full preparation. But they paid deaf ears to our grievances,” the aspirants said.

However, the Chairman JKSSB clarified that the recruitment link was opened in March 2024 to enable the aspirants to make some corrections in their forms. “While the link was open, new aspirants also applied for these positions. And those who applied in March are now demanding deferment in the exam,” he said.

He said that out of 1.40 lakh aspirants, around 1.38 lakh aspirants demand that the exam should be held on time while 2000 aspirants who applied in March demand deferment.
“Those who have applied in December want this exam to be held on scheduled time. Also, we start our preparation to hold the exam one month in advance. We also convey the concerned district administration regarding the same. We take them on board as well. Everything has been finalised and the exam cannot be deferred,” Chairman JKSSRB said. He said as per rules adequate time was given to the candidate to prepare for the exam.

Meanwhile, some of the aspirants said that the scheduled date clashes with their IGNOU exams while some are also preparing for UGC-NET exam

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