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JKSSB Deputy Inspector Fisheries Winners Revealed

JKSSB Unveils Successful Candidates for Deputy Inspector Fisheries Roles

The Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) has officially released the names of successful candidates who have secured positions as Deputy Inspector Fisheries or equivalents within the Animal/Sheep Husbandry and Fisheries Department. This announcement follows an extensive recruitment process outlined in Notification No. 04 of 2021, dated 17.07.2021.

Overview of JKSSB Recruitment Process:

  1. Requisition and Notification:
  • The Animal/Sheep Husbandry and Fisheries Department initiated the recruitment process by requisitioning direct recruitment for 42 posts of Deputy Inspector Fisheries/Equivalent.
  • The available positions were divided into Divisional Cadre, Jammu (10 Posts), and Divisional Cadre, Kashmir (32 Posts).
  1. Advertisement and Application:
  • JKSSB advertised these 42 posts via Notification No. 04 of 2021, dated 17.07.2021, inviting eligible candidates to apply.
  1. Computer-Based Test (CBT):
  • The selection process incorporated a written examination, with JKSSB conducting a Computer-Based Test (CBT) on 08.02.2023. Results were published through Notification No. JKSSB-COE0EXAM(UT)/06/2023-04(7110979), dated 09.06.2023.
  1. Document Verification (DV):
  • Post-CBT, the Board conducted thorough Document Verification (DV) for eligible candidates.
  • Supplementary Document Verification ensured a meticulous scrutiny of candidates’ eligibility.
  1. Selection Committee Formation:
  • Through Office Order No. 240-SSB of 2023, dated 25.10.2023, the Board constituted a Selection Committee tasked with finalizing the selection process for these coveted positions.

The announcement of the final selection list signifies the conclusion of a transparent and comprehensive recruitment process orchestrated by JKSSB. Successful candidates who navigated through the CBT and verification stages can now anticipate making meaningful contributions to the Animal/Sheep Husbandry and Fisheries Department in Jammu and Kashmir.

JKSSB’s unwavering commitment to merit-based selections and a systematic recruitment approach underscores its dedication to ensuring efficiency and fairness in public service appointments. As the selected candidates embrace their new roles, their anticipated contributions are poised to enhance the functioning of respective departments, ultimately benefiting the overall welfare of the region.

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