The Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission is expected to release the JK SI Result 2023 by March 19th, 2023 (Tentative) for the post of Sub Inspector. The evaluation process for the candidates’ responses has been completed and the result may be released soon on the official website of JKSSB. The JK Sub Inspector Result 2023 will be announced officially by the Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission in a merit list format with Roll Number and Date Of Birth of qualified candidates.
Aspirants who appeared in the Computer Based Test will be able to check their results through a direct link that will be activated on the official website of the JKSSB. The JKSSB usually takes 4 to 5 weeks to evaluate answer sheets and release the JKSSB Sub Inspector Result 2023.
The recruitment process for the post of Sub Inspector includes a Computer Based Test, Physical Efficiency Test / Physical Standard Test, and Document Verification, with the final selection list of 1200 candidates prepared based on their performance in CBT and PST / PET. Cut off marks will be released along with a merit list of candidates who are eligible to appear in the Physical Test.
To check the result, candidates need to visit the official website of the Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission and download the PDF file that contains the merit list and check their Roll Number.
It is important for candidates to note that the JK SI Result 2023 will be available online . Therefore, candidates must regularly check the official website of the Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission to get the latest updates on the result. Candidates who have qualified for the Physical Efficiency Test / Physical Standard Test should start preparing for it in advance to increase their chances of selection.
Additionally, candidates can also refer to the previous year’s cut off marks and merit list to get an idea about the level of competition and the required score to get selected. Finally, candidates are advised to keep all the necessary documents such as educational certificates, caste certificates, etc. ready for the Document Verification process. Any discrepancy found during the Document Verification process may lead to disqualification. Therefore, candidates must ensure that all the details mentioned in their application form are correct and up-to-date.