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JKSSB VLW Answer Key 2023 Download PDF

JKSSB Written Examination for the post of Panchayat Secretary, Rural Development Department, held on 10-12-2023-Provisional Answer key regarding


The Jammu and Kashme Services Selection Boord (558) conducted the W Examination for the post of Panchayat Secretary, District Cadres, Rural Development Department advertised vide Advertisement Notification No. 03 of 2022, under Item Nos. 059 t 077 on 10 December, 2023.

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The Provisional Answer Key of the question paper (Series A, B, C, D) for the above tion is provided at Annexure “A” to this notice for the information of the

Any candidate having object(s) to the answer key, may submit s/her objections/representation(s) in respect of such question(s) on prescribet format/proforma anned herewith as Annexure “B” along with the documentary proot/evidence substantiating the claim (hard copies only) and a foe of Rs. 200/- On the form of demand draft) per question (refundable in case of gemán/conect representation/objection) in favour of the Accounts Officer, JK Services Selection Board

In case, the objection is found correct, the Answer Key will be revised accordingly in respect of all candidates. No candidate will be informed about the acceptance/non-action of her objection individually

The objections/representations can be submitted in offline mode only, in the office of SSB, CPO Chow, Perjant, ammu/SSB, Zardam Building, Rambegh, Srinagar on the working days starting from 11-12-2023, during offter hours only. The Bord shall not entertain any such representations/objections after the expiry of the stipulated period or through any other mode

Expected Cut-Off Marks (Objective wise):

1. OM (Open Merit): 87 to 91
2. RBA (Resident of Backward Area): 82 to 84
3. SC (Scheduled Caste): 77 to 79
4. ST (Scheduled Tribe): 77 to 79
5. EWS (Economically Weaker Section): 78 to 80
6. PSP (Pahari Speaking People): 74 to 76
7. ALC (Alevi Culture):74 to 76

These estimations serve as a general guideline for aspirants to assess their performance. However, it’s imperative to understand that cut-off marks are subject to change based on various factors, including the overall difficulty of the paper, the number of candidates, and statistical analyses by the examination authorities.

Aspirants are advised to use these expected cutoff ranges cautiously and not solely rely on them for their preparation. It’s essential to continue preparing for the result with dedication and focus, as the actual cut-off marks may differ.


Moreover, candidates should keep an eye on official announcements from JKSSB for any updates or modifications to the anticipated cut-off marks. Transparency in the examination process is key, and any changes in the cut-off criteria will be communicated officially.

In conclusion, the journey of anticipation continues for VLW aspirants, and the expected cut-off marks provide a glimpse into the potential outcome. However, staying resilient in preparation and being adaptable to changes is crucial as the actual results unfold. Best of luck to all the candidates awaiting the outcome of the JKSSB VLW Exam 2023!

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