JKPSI, JE-Civil aspirants thank govt for timely examination results
Srinagar, Nov 05: Aspirants of the JKPSI (Jammu and Kashmir Police Sub-Inspector) and JE-Civil (Junior Engineer-Civil) examinations have conveyed their heartfelt appreciation to the Government of Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory for the swift announcement of their exam results.
In a statement, they said the timely declaration has put an end to the prolonged period of uncertainty and marked a moment of celebration for thousands of aspirants.
The aspirants, who had eagerly awaited the results, expressed their deep gratitude to Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, Chief Secretary Dr Arun Kumar Mehta, Commissioner/Secretary of GAD Sanjeev Verma, and Chairman of JKSSB Rajesh Sharma for their relentless efforts and commitment to ensuring a fair and transparent recruitment process.
“With the declaration of results, the sufferings of thousands of aspirants have come to an end. The scenario of uncertainty is over, and aspirants can breathe a sigh of relief. Also, all the institutions of J&K UT that were involved in the smooth conduct of these exams deserve to be acknowledged and applauded,” they said.
The method by which these exams were conducted establishes the uncompromising commitment of the government to conduct the recruitment process fairly and transparently, they said, adding that due to the steps taken by the administration, anxiety and depression can take a back seat.
The aspirants added, “Both of these recruitments have been marred by delay, mostly due to a section that was and is part of a group that has a vested interest and was exposed when the High Court of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh disposed of the petition as being based on assumptions and apprehension. A malafide case aided by propaganda had resulted in a situation of uncertainty whose only output was a delay in recruitment along with anxiety among aspirants. But the eventful night of November 3, 2023, finally gave the aspirants what they had longed for, i.e., the result of JKPSI and JE-Civil. With this, the aspirants are filled with hope and positivity for their future endeavours.”
Since we all know that JKPSI is not a single-stage exam, we expect the government and concerned institutions to conduct the PET in a timely manner, they said.
“We are hopeful that the present and upcoming recruitments never face such a delay again. The faith of the youth of J&K UT has been renewed in the present administration, and they are hopeful that their hard work will be rewarded. Thus, we can conclude the scenario of recruitment for JKPSI and JE-Civil by saying this: The longer the night, the brighter the dawn,” the aspirants said.