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JKPSC CCE Prelims Exam 2023 Postponed, to be Held in September Now for 75 Vacancies

The Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission (JKPSC) has rescheduled the date for the Combined Competitive Exam (CEE) preliminary 2023.
 
JKPSC CCE Prelims Exam 2023 Postponed, to be Held in September Now for 75 Vacancies

The Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission (JKPSC) has rescheduled the date for the Combined Competitive Exam (CEE) preliminary 2023. The new date for the JKPSC CEE (preliminary) exam is September 24, as announced in the latest update. This change provides candidates with additional time to prepare, as the previous date was July 24. To access the updated notification, candidates can visit the official website of JKPSC at jkpsc.nic.in. It is important to note that the examination date is tentative and subject to change as per the commission's requirements.

The commission aims to fill 75 vacancies through this recruitment drive. Eligible candidates who have applied for the J&K Combined Competitive (Preliminary) Examination-2023, as per Notification No.12-PSC (DR-P) of 2023 dated April 13, 2023, are notified about the tentative date of the examination being September 24, 2023 (Sunday), as mentioned in the official notice.

The selection process includes a preliminary exam, a main exam, and a personality test (interview/round). The JKPSC main exam was initially scheduled for the second week of November, and the exact date and time will be notified by the commission in due course. The online application process for the JKPSC CEE (Preliminary) exam 2023 began on April 17, with the deadline for submission of the registration form being June 30.

Here are the vacancy details for JKPSC CCE Preliminary Exam 2023:

Junior Scale of J&K Administrative Service: 25 openings
J&K Accounts (G) Service: 25 posts
J&K Police (G) Service: 25 positions

The JKPSC preliminary examination will be conducted at various centers, including Anantnag, Baramulla, Doda, Jammu, and Rajouri. The examination consists of two papers: general studies paper I and general studies paper II. Both papers will consist of objective-type questions (multiple choice) and carry a weightage of 200 marks. Candidates should familiarize themselves with the exam pattern and prepare accordingly.