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JKSSB Announces Final Selection List for Deputy Inspector Fisheries Posts

JKSSB Announces Final Selection List for Deputy Inspector Fisheries Posts

The Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) has revealed the much-anticipated Final Selection List for the Deputy Inspector Fisheries/Equivalent positions at Level-4. This recruitment, detailed under Item No. 656 (Divisional Cadre, Jammu) and Item No. 657 (Divisional Cadre, Kashmir), falls under the jurisdiction of the Animal/Sheep Husbandry and Fisheries Department. The entire process, initiated through Notification No. 04 of 2021 dated 17.07.2021, underwent comprehensive evaluation and selection stages.

Selection Process Overview:

Commencing with a requisition from the Animal/Sheep Husbandry and Fisheries Department for 42 posts, the recruitment included Divisional Cadre, Jammu (10 Posts), and Divisional Cadre, Kashmir (32 Posts). The subsequent release of Notification No. 04 of 2021 invited applications and laid down the selection criteria, primarily based on a written examination. The Computer Based Test (CBT) took place on 08.02.2023, leading to the publication of the Result/Score-sheet and subsequent Document Verification phases.

Provisional and Final Selection:

The Provisional Selection List, framed by the Selection Committee and notified on 15.12.2023, initiated a period for candidates to raise objections. The Final Selection List, including considerations for PwBD and ESM under Horizontal Reservation, received approval in the 253rd Board Meeting on 05.01.2024. The list is subject to legal outcomes, pending OAs/Writ Petitions, and any ongoing inquiries.

Important Points:

  • - The Final Selection List is contingent on legal outcomes and ongoing inquiries.
  • - Formal recommendations to the concerned Indenting Department will be forwarded separately.
  • - Candidates with withheld recommendations must submit requisite documents within one month.
  • - Selection is based on self-declaration/certificates, and any falsification may lead to cancellation.

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