News Topic:J&K Special Recruitment Rules

Govt amends J&K Special Recruitment Rules, 2015 (SRO 202)

Meeting the long pending demand of its employees recruited under the Jammu & Kashmir Special Recruitment Rules, 2015 (SRO 202), the government today amended it by issuing Jammu & Kashmir Special Recruitment (Amendment) Rules, 2020.

Special Rules for fast Tracking Recruitment Process in J&K

Keeping with its promise of a simple, quick and transparent recruitment process, the Government has decided to approve the Jammu and Kashmir Appointment to Class-IV (Special Recruitment) Rules, 2020 to lay down the procedure as well as the criteria for selection to all Class-IV posts.

Committee formed to examine rollback of SRO-202 job policy

SRINAGAR — In a significant development, the Jammu and Kashmir government on Thursday constituted a committee to examine job policy unveiled by the previous...

SKIMS Medical College Job Recruitment 2019

SRINAGAR — SKIMS Medical College & Hospital Bemina has announced the SKIMS Medical College Job Recruitment 2019 for 91 vacant positions.The recruitment which has been...

Qualification for Accounts Assistant post changed

Srinagar: Jammu & Kashmir Government's Finance Department has ordered a change in the minimum qualification for the posts of Accounts Assistant.A Government Order No. 515-F...

LAHDC Recruitment 2018 for 147 District Cadre Posts

Srinagar: Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council has announced the LAHDC Recruitment 2018 for 147 District Cadre Posts.The LAHDC Recruitment 2018 for 147 District Cadre Posts...

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