The Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission is looking for applications from the permanent residents of Jammu & Kashmir State possessing the prescribed academic/professional qualifications and age for the posts of Lecturers 10+2 in School Education Department of the State for various subjects in biotechnology.
- Masters Degree in the relevant subject.
- Age limit upto 48 years.
|Employer||Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission|
|Location||Jammu & Kashmir|
|Salary||Rs.9300-34800 with Grade Pay of Rs.5400|
Candidates are required to apply online through the website (www.jkpsc.nic.in) of the Commission. No other means/ mode of application shall be accepted. ii. Applicants are first required to go to the JKPSC website (www.jkpsc.nic.in) and click on the link “Online Application”. iii. An “APPLY” button on the window of the computer will appear and the candidates will click on the APPLY button against the post he/she is eligible. iv. On clicking “APPLY” button, an instruction window will appear. Candidates should read instructions carefully before clicking on “APPLY” button at the bottom of the webpage. v. On clicking “APPLY” button, the system will ask the candidate to fill in the personal details. vi. The candidate shall also be required to upload the images of recent photograph and signature. Photograph image must mention the date in which it is taken.
a) Date of commencement for submission of online applications = 24.03.2016
b) Last date for submission of online applications = 25.04.2016
c) Last date for submission of fee/bank challan = 26.04.2016
Till the end of the year 1954 there was no formal recruiting agency in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. A Public Service Recruitment Board was set up on December 31, 1954. Subsequently with the coming into force of the “Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir State” on 26th of January 1957, “Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission” was established, under section 128 of the Constitution of J&K, on September 2, 1957, with Major General Yadev Nath Singh PVC, as it is first Chairman.