JKPSC stands for the Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission. The Commission conducts civil service exams for positions in J&K’s administrative, accounting, and police departments. This is similar to the IAS exam, and students have to prepare as they prepare for the UPSC exams.

JKPSC CCE Prelims 2022 PDF:-Download PDF Here

JKPSC Latest Updates – 

  • Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Released the the notification for the JK CEE 2023 on April 13th. It has invited applications for 75 vacancies.
  • Jammu Kashmir Public Service Commission has released notification for JK Combined Competitive Examination (CCE) 2022. Interested candidates can fill the application form for 220 JKPSC CCE vacancies before May 15th 2022. 
  • JKPSC CCE Prelims 2022 exam date is June 26, 2022 while the dates for JKPSC CCE Mains exam is October 28th. Applicants will be able to download the admit card on this page once it will be released.
  • The JKPSC 2021 mains exams were scheduled to take place from 10th to 17th March 2022. However, the board has announced in a notification dated 9th March 2022, that the exams have been deferred (postponed) until further notice. So we’ll have to wait for an official notification to know when it will be held next.

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In order to clear the Mains exam, JKPSC aspirants need to obtain the required marks in the prelims exam to qualify for the mains exam. The JKPSC test is broken into three sections:

  • Preliminary
  • Mains
  • Personal Interview

Applicants will be chosen according to their performance on written tests and personal interviews. The written test is the first step in the selection process. Students can only apply for JKPSC if they meet the eligibility requirements.

JKPSC Recruitment 2023

Check the table below to get information about JKPSC Exam 2023:

JKPSC CCE 2022 Exam Details
Important Events Important Dates
Name of Examination JKPSC Combined Competitive Examination 2022
Official Release of Notification for JK PSC Exam, 2022 April 13 2023
Beginning of Online Application Process for JK PSC Prelims April 13 2023
Closing of Online Application Process for JK PSC Prelims May 16 2023
Number of posts 75
Issue of prelims admit card To be notified
Date of preliminary exam July 23 2023
Official Release of the Answer Key for the JK PSC Prelims To be notified
JKPSC Prelims Result 2021 To be notified
Beginning of Online Application Process for JK PSC Mains To be notified
Closing of Online Application Process for JK PSC Mains To be notified
Date of issue of admit card for JKPSC CCE Mains exam To be notified
Date of Mains exam To be notified

JKPSC Recruitment 2021

Check the table below to get information about JKPSC Exam 2021:

JKPSC CCE 2021 Exam Details
Important Events Important Dates
Name of Examination JKPSC Combined Competitive Examination 2021
Official Release of Notification for JK PSC Exam, 2021 February 26, 2021
Beginning of Online Application Process for JK PSC Prelims March 11, 2021
Closing of Online Application Process for JK PSC Prelims April 12, 2021
Number of posts 187
Issue of prelims admit card 12th October 2021
Date of preliminary exam 24th October 2021
Official Release of the Answer Key for the JK PSC Prelims October 25, 2021
JKPSC Prelims Result 2021 13th November 2021
Beginning of Online Application Process for JK PSC Mains November 30, 2021
Closing of Online Application Process for JK PSC Mains January 6, 2022
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


The commission has listed a total of 220 vacancies for various positions to be filled through JKPSC 2022 exam.

In JKPSC 2021 recruitment the commission listed a total of 257 vacancies for various posts.

These positions include

  • Junior Scale of J&K Administrative Services
  • J&K Police (G) Service
  • J&K Accounts (G) Service

JKPSC Exam Dates and Time Table

The following is the timetable that was released for exams scheduled from March 10 to 17, 2022 for JKPSC 2021 examination. The timetable for postponed exams can be expected to be similar:

Date Morning session

(9AM – 12 PM)

Evening session

(2PM – 5PM)

March 10, 2022 Paper 1 – Essay Qualifying Paper – English
March 11, 2022 Paper 2 – General Studies 1 Paper 3 – General Studies 2
March 12, 2022 Paper 4 – General Studies 3 Paper 5 – General Studies 4
March 16, 2022 Paper 6 – Optional Paper 1
March 17, 2022 Paper 7 – Optional Paper 2

Exam Pattern for JKPSC 2022

The JKPSC Combined Competitive Examination is conducted in three phases:-

(i) Preliminary Examination (Objective Type)

(ii) Mains Examination (Subjective Type)

(iii) Interview Round

JKPSC Prelims

The Preliminary Examination consists of two papers. The maximum marks for each paper is 200. Both papers are objective in nature. Candidates have to pass the Preliminary Examination round to be shortlisted for the Mains Exam.

JKPSC CCE Prelims Exam Pattern
Paper I (General Studies – I) 200 Marks; 2 hours
Paper II (General Studies – II) 200 Marks; 2 hours


  • Negative marking is present.
  • For every wrong answer, one-third of the marks will be deducted.
  • Marking multiple answers will also lead to point deduction.
  • Blank questions will not be treated with negative marking.


The number of candidates admitted to the Main Examination is usually 1/3rd of the number of candidates who appeared in prelims or 25 times the number of vacancies, whichever is lower. Provided that the Commission will publish a list of candidates qualified for the JK Combined Competitive (Mains) Exam based on the total qualifying marks, determined by the Commission at their discretion. Provided further that only those candidates who are declared by the Commission to have qualified in the Preliminary Examination in the year will be eligible for admission to the Main Examination.

The Mains Examination consists of a total of eight papers. Each paper is subjective in nature. Candidates who qualify in the Mains Exam are then called for the interview round for the personality test. If the candidate fails to appear for the interview for some reason, they will be rendered ineligible for the recruitment of the various posts listed by the JKPSC.

JKPSC Mains Exam Pattern
English 300 Marks (Qualifying Only)
Paper I – Essay 250 Marks
Paper II – General Studies-I (Geography and history of the World & Society, Indian Heritage & Culture) 250 Marks
Paper III-General Studies-II (Constitution, Polity, Social Justice & International relations), Governance) 250 Marks
Paper IV- General Studies-III (Technology, Bio-diversity, Economic Dev., Environment, Security & Disaster Mgmt) 250 Marks
Paper V General Studies-IV (Ethics, Integrity & Aptitude) 250 Marks
Paper VI Optional Subject – Paper I 250 Marks
Paper VII Optional Subject – Paper I 250 Marks
Total 1750 Marks

List of Optional Subject in JKPSC CCE Mains

  1. Agriculture
  2. Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science
  3. Anthropology
  4. Botany
  5. Chemistry
  6. Civil Engineering
  7. Commerce and Accountancy
  8. Economics
  9. Electrical Engineering
  10. Geography
  11. Geology
  12. History
  13. Law
  14. Management
  15. Mathematics
  16. Mechanical Engineering
  17. Medical science
  18. Philosophy
  19. Physics
  20. Political Science & International Relations
  21. Psychology
  22. Public Administration
  23. Sociology
  24. Statistics
  25. Zoology
  26. Literature of any one of the following languages: Arabic, Dogri, English, Hindi, Kashmiri, Persian, Punjabi, Sanskrit and Urdu.

Here is a list of topics included in the subjects:

  • General Science – General understanding of science
  • Current Affairs – National & International – Indian History, General understanding of social, economic, and political aspects
  • Geography – Types of geography, i.e., physical, social, and economic geography. Indian agriculture and natural resources
  • Indian Polity and Economy – Indian political systems, Panchayati Raj, Developments of India
  • National movements of India – 19th-century resurgence, growth of nationalism, and attainment of independence.

To read more about JK PSC syllabus, check the linked article.

JKPSC Interview

A total of 250 marks have been allotted to the Personal Interview stage while calculating your overall rank and cumulative marks in the JKPSC Examination.

The number of candidates to be summoned for the Personality Test (interview) will not be more than thrice the number of vacancies to be filled.

Exam fees for JKPSC

Applicants have to pay the JKPSC application fee in order to finish the application procedure. Candidates from certain designated groups are excluded from paying the fee, while students from other categories might receive a reduction of any percentage. The application fee amounts are listed below each category.

  • General category:- INR 1000/-
  • Reserved category:- INR 500/-
  • PWD Category:- Free

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Frequently Asked Questions on JKPSC Exam


How can one apply for the JKPSC post?

The JKPSC’s announcements of selections for a particular post are published in the Jammu & Kashmir Gazette, PSC Bulletin, news publications, etc. and you can apply accordingly. The Commission’s application forms, which were designed and produced in-house, are accessible at the Commission’s offices in Jammu and Srinagar at http://jkpsc.nic.in/.


What is the age limit for applying to the Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission?

The maximum and minimum age limitations for each position are specified in the selection/Notification for that position. For General Category (OM), it is 37, for Reserved Category candidates and in-service candidates it is 39 and for Physically Challenged candidates it is 40.


What is the OM category in JKPSC?

OM stands for the General category. If a candidate fails to submit a reserved category certificate with their application form, their application form would be considered General Category (OM). Only one reserved category can be applied for by a candidate. Once a reserved category has been exercised, the decision is definitive.

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