21400 candidates appear in JKCCE -2011
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Jammu, Sep 25: Nearly 21,400 candidates on Sunday appeared in the state’s most prestigious J&K Combined Competitive (Preliminary) examination (JKCCE)-2011conducted by Public Service Commission.
Among the total 25,000 candidates who had applied for the exam, only 84 per cent appeared in the examination at 47 specially created centres across the state for the purpose. The exams are being conducted for 142 posts.
“It was a hassle-free and smooth examination and about 21,400 candidates turned up to take the preliminary test. We had made elaborate arrangement for its smooth conduct”, Controller of Examination PSC, M A Bukhari told Greater Kashmir.
PSC had established 32 centres in Jammu, while 15 were set up in Srinagar, with special flying squads constituted to conduct surprise checking to ensure smooth conduct of the exam.
Officials said about one-third candidates would be selected for mains examination on the basis of their performance in the preliminary test, which is likely to be held in February next year.
Giving details, the Controller Examination said that result of the preliminary exams will be declared within 15 days so that students are able to start preparation for Mains.
“For last three years KAS exams are being held in time without any alternation, and we will ensure that result is declared in next two weeks”, he said.
Lastupdate on : Sun, 25 Sep 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 25 Sep 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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