Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board has just released the admit card or hall ticket for JKSSB Class IV Exam 2020-2021. The exam will be a written test and all eligible candidates will have to write their answers using the conventional pen and paper method.
JKSSB written tests will be held from February 27, 2021, onwards. The said exam will be held consecutively on 27th and 28th February respectively later this month. Also, there will be a JKSSB Class IV exam on the 01st of March as well for the remaining candidates.
On the official website of JKSSB, there will be a couple of links available:
Candidates have to check both the links to ensure that their admit cards are available online.
If My Admit Card Is Not Available?
In rare circumstances, a few of the eligible candidates may not find admit cards online. Without any further delay, they need to personally write to the SSBJK grievance cell for the same at the following email id: email@example.com citing their registration number, date of birth, and other essential details to substantiate their claims.
However, the board won’t accept any complaints from the candidates regarding the non-release of the admit card after February 18th, 2021.
How to Download JKSSB Admit Card Class IV?
- You have to log on to JKSSB.NIC.IN
- Now, click on the highlighted links in the left sidebar: Download Admit Card For Class IV under Notification No 1 of 2020.
- Soon, you will be prompted to a new page where you have to fill out your registration number or application number and date of birth. Once all information is correctly entered—press the “Submit” or “Log On” button.
- Soon, your Admit Card JKSSB Class IV will appear.
Take 2 copies of the print out of the same for future reference. Of course, you have to submit 1 copy of your admit card at the exam center to the invigilator at the exam hall.
JKSSB Written Examination (Class – IV) Pattern
- English – 20 Marks
- Quantitative Aptitude – 20 Marks
- Reasoning – 20 Marks
- GK – 40
(Total Full Marks= 100/ Time = 2 Hours)
*For each negative answer, you will lose 0.25-marks
*You should have a valid ID Proof and Admit Card at the examination hall to take your JKSSB Class – IV examination.
JKSSB Notification Class IV Examination Preliminary—2020-2021
Once the exam is over at the aforementioned dates as given in the first paragraph, the board will also publish its answer key. Any candidate who may have any objection to the said question or answer can raise their point within a stipulated time. However, the decision of JKSSB will be final in this regard.
The notification for the JKSSB Class IV examination was released online on several websites and newspapers for 8000 posts for various districts and divisions of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. Around Lakhs of candidates have filled out the form.