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JKPSC Exam Calendar 2023: Important Dates for September and October Exams

JKPSC Exam Calendar 2023: Important Dates for September and October Exams

The Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission (JKPSC) has recently unveiled its exam calendar for September and October 2023, providing essential information for aspiring candidates. Among the various examinations, the JKPSC civil services preliminary exam for 2023 stands out as a significant event. Here's an overview of the key dates and eligibility criteria that candidates need to be aware of.

JKPSC Civil Services Prelims 2023 Date:

The JKPSC civil services preliminary exam for 2023 is scheduled to take place on October 15. However, please note that the specific session and timing of the examination will be communicated separately on the official JKPSC website.

Other Upcoming Exams:

Aside from the civil services prelims, JKPSC has also provided dates for several other upcoming examinations. Here's a quick rundown:

1. AP Commerce, Fine Arts Music, Language, and More:

Exams for various subjects, including commerce, fine arts music, language, industrial chemistry, renewable energy, Dogri, mathematics, and physics in the higher education department, are set for September 10.

2. Excise and Taxation Exams:

 The excise and taxation exams for part 1, part 2, and part 3 departments in 2023 are scheduled for September 20.

3. Civil Judge (Junior Division) Munsiff Prelims:

   Aspiring civil judges should mark their calendars for October 8.

4. Government College of Engineering and Technology Exams:
   Several examinations at the Government College of Engineering and Technology, including AP applied sciences and humanities, mathematics, biomedical engineering, biotechnology engineering, and food engineering and technology, are lined up for October 22.

JKPSC Calendar for Examinations for September and October, 2023-: Download PDF

Eligibility Criteria:

JKPSC has issued a stern warning to all candidates regarding misrepresentation or concealment of material facts relevant to their eligibility. The commission emphasizes that only candidates who meet the prescribed eligibility criteria for the respective posts should appear in the exam. Any candidate found to have misrepresented or concealed material facts affecting their eligibility will face rejection at any stage of the selection process.

It's crucial for aspirants to adhere to the eligibility criteria and stay updated with the official JKPSC website for further details and announcements regarding the upcoming examinations. –JKSA

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