JKPSC Admit card

The Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission (JKPSC) is a government agency that recruits persons for various civil service positions in Jammu and Kashmir. Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission (JKPSC) admit card is a hall ticket that is released on its official website prior to the preliminary examination and mains examination. Without the JKPSC Admit Card, candidates are not allowed to sit for the Combined Competitive Examination (CCE) which is usually conducted every year.

Direct Link to Download Admit Card for Combined Competitive (Mains) Examination, 2021

Highlights of JKPSC Admit card 2022

The notification for J&K Combined Competitive Examination, 2021 was released on 26th February 2021. The below table mentions

JKPSC CCE Admit Card 2021-22

Name of Examination

JKPSC Combined Competitive Examination 2022

Conducting Authority

Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission (JKPSC)

Official Website

www.jkpsc.nic.in

Number of posts

187

Issue of prelims admit card

12th October 2021

Date of preliminary exam

24th October 2021

JKPSC Prelims Result 2021

13th November 2021

Date of issue of admit card for JKPSC CCE Mains exam

26th February 2022

Date of Mains exam

10, 11, 12, 16, and 17 March 2022

How to Download the JKPSC Admit Card?

Each phase of the examination, comprising Prelims, Mains, and Interview, will have its own Admit cards. JKPSC Admit cards for all positions are accessible on the Commission’s official web page. Aspirants are advised to download their admit cards as soon as possible before the deadline lapse.

However, candidates may find trouble in the process of downloading their admit cards due to poor connectivity. Therefore, you need to ensure good internet connectivity with less ping to visit the official webpage without interruptions.

Here is how you can download the JKPSC Admit card:

  1. Visit the official JKPSC portal at http://jkpsc.nic.in/.
  2. Proceed to the “What’s New…” option on the home page.
  3. To access the Admit card, click on the link and enter your CCE Application Form Number.
  4. A PDF will load in a new pop-up window. Select the “download” button on the digital screen.
  5. Enter the name of the candidate in the “Search or Find on this page” section of the retrieved PDF file.
  6. The JKPSC Admit card will appear on your computer screen.
  7. Print a copy of your JKPSC Admit card.

JKPSC Admit Card Details

After getting the Admit card, you must double-check its information. If you discover an issue with the Admit card, email the support desk notifying you of the problem.

Your JKPSC admit card will have the following information:

  1. Candidate’s Name
  2. Roll Number
  3. Examination Centre (Venue)
  4. Parent’s Name
  5. Papers Submitted
  6. The Controller of Examinations of JKPSC’s Signature
  7. A Date Sheet of the exams that you are scheduled for
  8. Time-slots along with the exam dates
  9. Instructions that a candidate must follow on Official Exam Day

Documents Candidates must carry along with JKPSC Admit card:

  1. PAN Card
  2. College ID
  3. Aadhaar Card
  4. Voter ID
  5. Employee ID
  6. Driving Licence
  7. Photograph
  8. Passport
  9. Any ID assigned by the state or central government
  10. Any ID proof issued by a Gazetted Officer

Frequently Asked Questions about JKPSC Admit Card

What is the importance of having a copy of the JKPSC Admit card?

All aspirants taking the JKPSC Examination must have the JKPSC Admit card; otherwise, they will not be permitted to take the exam unless they have the JKPSC Admit card.

Will there be an offline version of the JKPSC Admit card?

The JKPSC Admit card will not be issued in paper format and can only be downloaded. However, the official website will include a link to the JKPSC Admit card.

How can I compute my exact age following the JKPSC application form’s guidelines?

The candidate’s age must be determined as of 1st January of the year when the notification for that particular vacancy is published.

Is there a reservation clause in JKPSC for people with disabilities?

Yes, there is a reservation system in place for the following categories.

Category

Percentage Reservation

Scheduled Caste (SC)

8%

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

10%

A Resident of Backward Area

20%

Other Social Caste

2%

Physically Challenged

3%

Actual Line of Control (ALC)

3%

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