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Government Instructs All DCs, SSPs & HODs To Grant Leave Candidates Appearing Exam

The Government of Jammu and Kashmir has issued a directive instructing all Deputy Commissioners, Senior Superintendents of Police, and Heads of Departments to grant leave to candidates intending to appear in the JKAS Mains Exams 2023.

This decision comes in response to representations received from various in-service candidates who were not being granted leave for the upcoming examination. The mains exam is scheduled to take place from March 26, 2024, to April 3, 2024. The candidates had cited their engagement in various assignments, including election-related duties, as reasons for seeking leave to appear in the examination.

In a communique issued by Deputy Secretary to the Government, Akshay Rajan, it was highlighted that in-service candidates were facing difficulties in obtaining leave to participate in the Combined Competitive (Mains) Examination, 2023.

The government examined the matter and directed all concerned authorities to allow in-service candidates wishing to appear in the examination to take sanctioned leave. The directive aims to ensure that eligible candidates are given the opportunity to sit for the JKAS Mains Exams without any hindrance.

The communique further urged Deputy Commissioners, Senior Superintendents of Police, and Heads of Departments to permit in-service candidates under their administrative control to participate in the Combined Competitive (Mains) Examination-2023.

This decision underscores the government’s commitment to facilitating the participation of eligible candidates in important competitive examinations. By granting leave to in-service candidates, the government aims to support their aspirations for career advancement through the JKAS Mains Exams.

The directive to grant leave to candidates for the JKAS Mains Exams 2023 reflects the government’s recognition of the importance of ensuring a fair and accessible examination process.

It acknowledges the challenges faced by in-service candidates balancing their professional commitments with their aspirations for career growth through competitive examinations. This move is expected to alleviate concerns among candidates and enable them to focus on their preparations for the upcoming mains examination, scheduled to begin later this month.

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