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JKPSC declares result of Combined Competitive (Mains) Exam-2016

JKPSC declares result of Combined Competitive (Mains) Exam-2016
963 candidates qualify for Personality Test, Viva-Voce
JAMMU, DECEMBER 04:J&K Public Service Commission (JKPSC) today declared the result of J&K Combined Competitive (Mains) Examination, 2016.
According to Khalid Majeed, Controller Examinations, JKPSC, out of 6427 candidates, who appeared in the said Examination, 963 candidates have qualified for Personality Test/ Viva-Voce.
He said the Examination was conducted from 2 July to 8 August 2018 and the result has been announced within a record period of about 4 months which is a maiden achievement in the annals of J&K Public Service Commission.
Khalid said the personality test/ interview shall commence from 20 December 2018 and detailed schedule in this regard shall be notified by JKPSC shortly.

The Kashmir Walla

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