Srinagar: Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission on Sunday declared the Jammu & Kashmir Combined Competitive (Prelims) Examination, 2016. The KAS Prelims results are available on the Commission’s website.
The notification issued by the Commission regarding the KAS Prelims results jkpscreads, “It is hereby informed that the candidates as per Annexure-A to this notification are declared to have qualified for the admission to the Jammu & Kashmir Combined Competitive (Main) Examination, 2016 on the basis of their performance in the J&K Combined Competitive (Preliminary) Examination, 2016 held by the Commission on 19.03.2016 and in terms of sub rule (2) of Rule 8 of Jammu and Kashmir Combined Competitive Examination Rules, 2008 as amended from time to time and also the laws laid down on the subject including the judgment of Hon’ble Supreme Court in the case titled Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission versus Baloji Badhavath & Others (Civil Appeal No.2244 of 2009) for the purpose of admitting the candidates for appearing in the Main Examination”.
The notification reveals that 36,681 candidates appeared in both the Papers in the Preliminary Examination.
“While adopting the above rule, the number of candidates to be admitted to the Main Examination is in the proportion of 25 times of the total number of vacancies which comes to 6925 candidates in Roll order thereby making the last cut off point as 270.477 marks out of aggregate of 450 marks”, reads the notification.
However, the candidature of candidates who are declared to have qualified for admission to Main Examination is purely provisional and subject to determination of final eligibility at the time of submission of Application Forms for Main Examination which shall be received through online mode for which a separate notification shall be issued shortly.
Further, the Main Examination shall be held w.e.f 17th of July, 2017 for which a detailed date sheet shall be notified separately.
This is subject to the outcome of any writ petition pending disposal before any competent Court of Law.
The result is available on the official website of Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission.