JKSSB Sub Inspector Final Selection List 2024 Released, Download PDF

Explore the recently released JKSSB Sub Inspector Final Selection List for 2024. Download the PDF and get insights into the selection process. Learn about reserved posts, medical examinations, and more. Stay informed and navigate the details seamlessly.

The Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) has recently released the Final Selection List for the posts of Sub-Inspector, Police (Home Department), as per Notification No. 06 of 2021 dated 21.10.2021 and Notice No. SSB/Secy//2021/7926-42 dated 24.11.2021. This significant update opens the door to a new chapter for candidates who have been eagerly awaiting the outcome of their applications. In this comprehensive blog post, we will delve into the details of the selection list, reserved posts, medical examinations, and other crucial aspects. Let’s embark on this journey of information and insights.

Understanding the JKSSB SI Final Selection List

What does the Final Selection List entail?

The Final Selection List, as notified by the JKSSB, is the culmination of a meticulous process that began with the issuance of Notification No. 06 of 2021 on 21.10.2021. This list is the outcome of careful consideration, including the assessment of candidates’ qualifications, documents, and medical examinations.

Reserved Posts and Candidates

How many posts were reserved, and what is the significance?

In the aforesaid Selection List, 98 posts were kept reserved. These reserved posts included the candidature of 69 candidates who were required to undergo Medical Examination (34 candidates) and Appeal before the Appellate Medical Boards (35 candidates). The process of keeping posts reserved allows for a thorough evaluation of candidates’ health and document verifications.

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JKSSB SI Medical Examination Process

What is the process for the medical examination, and how does it impact selection?

Following the notification, 69 candidates were referred to the respective Appellate/Medical Boards for their medical examination. This step is crucial in ensuring that candidates meet the required health standards for the Sub-Inspector role. The JKSSB, in its 256th meeting, reviewed the medical reports and decided to fill up the reserved posts by considering the candidature of candidates declared fit by the respective Appellate/Medical Boards.

Document Verification and Deficiency

How did deficient documents impact the selection process?

Two candidates, for whom the posts were kept reserved due to deficient documents, have successfully submitted the required documents. This underscores the importance of fulfilling all document-related requirements to avoid complications in the selection process.

Board’s Decision and Recommendations

What was the board’s decision regarding the reserved posts and candidates with deficient documents?

After thorough deliberations, the Board decided to fill up the reserved posts by considering the candidature of candidates declared fit by the respective Appellate/Medical Boards. Additionally, the Board decided that the two candidates, initially kept reserved due to deficient documents, shall also be considered for selection and recommended to the concerned Indenting Department. One Ex-Servicemen (ESM) candidate shall undergo a medical examination to fulfill the deficiency.

Notification of Selection and Reporting Details

What are the details candidates need to know post-selection?

The notification outlines that candidates listed in Annexure-A shall fill the reserved posts in the Final Selection List for the Sub-Inspector, Police (Home Department). Moreover, a candidate listed in Annexure-B is required to report to the Government Medical College, Jammu, from 05.02.2024 to 06.02.2024, for the medical examination. It’s essential to note that calling for a medical examination does not guarantee final selection.

Legal and Procedural Considerations

What legal and procedural factors should candidates be aware of?

The notification specifies that the selection outcome is subject to the outcome of any pending OAs/Writ Petition(s) before a Competent Court of law. Additionally, it is subject to the outcome of any pending inquiry involving candidate(s). The selection process has been based on self-declarations and certificates submitted by the candidates. If, at any stage, it is discovered that a candidate has provided false information or secured selection with fake documents/certificates, the selection may be canceled.