SRINAGAR — In a significant development, the Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) has issued an addendum to its Advertisement Notice No. 1 of 2015, altering the previously advertised vacancies for Naib Tehsildar posts in the State Cadre. This update comes following a series of notifications and revisions by various departments, ultimately resulting in a revised distribution of vacancies for this crucial administrative role.

The original advertisement, released on April 7, 2015, by the J&K Services Selection Board, had announced a total of 134 vacancies for the position of Naib Tehsildar under item No. 07. Subsequent to this, a corrigendum was issued on May 21, 2015, indicating a detailed breakdown of the advertised posts: 76 for OM (Open Merit), 27 for RBA (Rural Background Area), 11 for SC (Scheduled Caste), 13 for ST (Scheduled Tribe), 3 for OSC (Other Social Caste), and 0 for ALC (Actual Line of Control).

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However, the dynamics of the vacancies underwent further changes with the involvement of the Revenue Department, which forwarded an additional 21 posts of Naib Tehsildar (State Cadre) to the Board. This referral, communicated through letter No. Rev/NG/131/2013 dated May 28, 2015, included 12 vacancies for OM, 4 for RBA, 2 for SC, 2 for ST, and 1 for ALC candidates.

As a result of these cumulative modifications, the total count of Naib Tehsildar positions (State Cadre) has been revised upward, leading to the following adjusted distribution of vacancies:

  • OM (Open Merit): 88
  • RBA (Rural Background Area): 31
  • SC (Scheduled Caste): 13
  • ST (Scheduled Tribe): 15
  • OSC (Other Social Caste): 3
  • ALC (Actual Line of Control): 5
Addendum to JKSSB Advertisement Notice No. 1 of 2015
Addendum to JKSSB Advertisement Notice No. 1 of 2015

This update culminates in a total of 155 vacancies for the Naib Tehsildar role in the State Cadre, reflecting the collaborative efforts of the Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board and the Revenue Department to ensure a fair and transparent recruitment process. Aspirants are advised to take note of these revised figures and proceed with their applications accordingly.

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The Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board continues to play a pivotal role in recruiting competent individuals for various government positions, facilitating the administration’s commitment to efficient governance and public service.

For further information, interested candidates are encouraged to visit the official website of the Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) at

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