JKPSC KAS Cut off 2019
JKPSC KAS Cutoff 2019 - Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission (JKPSC) will release the cutoff for prelims, mains exam and final cutoff. The exam conducting body, JKPSC will also announce the minimum qualifying marks for the prelims and mains exam. Candidates will have to obtain minimum qualifying marks as well as overall JKPSC KAS cutoff 2019 to be eligible to appear for next round of selection process.
JKPSC KAS cutoff 2019 for the preliminary exam will be released by the commission where candidates will have to obtain the minimum qualifying marks in both the papers. Based on the preliminary exam, candidates will be shortlisted for the mains exam. Candidates qualified in the mains exam will have to appear for Personality test/Interview. Shortlisted candidates will be eligible for final recruitment to various administrative posts based on the marks obtained by them in the mains exam and interview. Read the details about JKPSC KAS cutoff 2019 below.
JKPSC KAS Cutoff 2019 Dates
JKPSC KAS 2018 (preliminary exam)
JKPSC KAS prelims result
JKPSC KAS cutoff 2019 for prelims exam
JKPSC KAS 2018 (mains exam)
JKPSC KAS cutoff 2019 for mains exam
JKPSC KAS 2018 (interview)
To be announced soon
JKPSC KAS Result 2019 for interview
To be announced soon
JKPSC KAS Cut off 2019 - Stages
The cutoff of JKPSC KAS will be announced in stages. Candidates appearing for JKPSC KAS 2019 will have to qualify the cutoff to appear for next round. The details about the stages of JKPSC KAS cutoff 2019 is explained below.
JKPSC KAS Cutoff 2019 for Preliminary exam
The preliminary exam of JKPSC KAS 2019 consists of two papers - General Studies Paper I and II. Candidates will have to obtain minimum qualifying marks in the General Studies Paper-I of preliminary examination which will be fixed by the Commission. However, as per previous year notification, the minimum qualifying percentage for General Studies Paper-II was 33%.
The cutoff of 2016 for the preliminary exam was 270.477 marks out of the aggregate of 450 marks.
JKPSC KAS cutoff 2019 for preliminary exam will be determined to shortlist the candidates for mains exam. The marks obtained by the candidates in the preliminary exam will not be added in the final merit list. The preliminary exam of JKPSC will be conducted for 400 marks. Candidates will be given 2 hours to answer each paper of JKPSC KAS.
JKPSC KAS Cutoff 2019 for Mains Exam
The cut off for the mains exam will be released by the commission. The candidates will have to obtain minimum qualifying marks in all the papers of JKPSC KAS mains exam. JKPSC KAS cutoff 2019 will be calculated out of 1750 marks. There will 8 conventional type papers whereas paper I-VII will be counted for the preparation of merit list. English paper will be qualifying in nature. On the basis of JKPSC KAS cutoff 2019, thrice the total number of vacancies candidates will be shortlisted for Interview.
JKPSC KAS Cutoff 2019 for Final Merit List/Cutoff
The cutoff of final merit list /cutoff will be obtained on the basis of mains and personality test. JKPSC KAS cutoff 2019 for final merit list will be calculated out of 2000 marks. The cutoff for personality test will be obtained out of 250 marks. Candidates selected on the basis of final merit list will be eligibile fior the recruitment to the various posts like Junior Scale of J&K Administrative Service, J&K Police (Gazetted) Service, J&K Accounts (Gazetted) Service.
The result of JKPSC will be announced online. Candidates will have to download the result in pdf format. The result pdf will have the roll number of qualified candidates. Shortlisted candidates in the prelims exam will be eligibile to appear for mains exam.
Questions related to JKPSC KAS
how many optional subjects in kas? can i take chemistry optional
see you can take any of the subject as optional paper for jammu and kasmir combined services competitive exam,
2) Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science:
6) Civil Engineering:
7) Commerce and Accountancy:
9) Electrical Engineering:
16) Mechanical Engineering;
17) Medical science;
20) Political Science & International Relations;
22) Public Administration:
26) Literature of any one of the following languages:
Arabic, Dogri, English, Hindi, Kashmiri, Persian, Punjabi,
Sanskrit and Urdu.
since chemistry is included in the list you can surely take chemistry as optional subject.
I am 35 years old and applied two times before. I am working as teacher. am I eligible for the next year
As the eligibility criteria for JKPSC KAS says so your age must be minimum 21 and it should be maximum 35 , while there is relaxation till 40 years for reservations category candidates, and it is 45 year for PH /widow candidates, while number of attempts for general candidate is 5 and for OBC it is 7 and for SC/ST/- it is unlimited number of attempts, so if you are from general category then you are not eligible to give this exam next year, while if you are from other categories then see your eligibility accordingly from the above data.
Best of luck.
Is RBA category will be considered as equivalent to ST and SC in jkpsc kas exams or not
Thank you for the query. According to the Notification released by the Jammu Kashmir Public Service Commission on 2016 RBA category is given the same respect with the SC and ST category for the examination. To also add you can attempt for the exam for 5-7 times and if you are in the RBA category the maximum age you can attempt is 43 Years.
All the best for your future endeavours
what is the age limit to appear in jkpsc kas exams 2020 for in service and ST Sc and RBA candidates
HERE ARE SOME INFORMATION FOR YOU THE MINIMUM AGE TO APPEAR FOR THIS IS 21YEARS AND SOME OTHER INFORMATION ARE BELOW....
|Category||Relaxation in criteria||Maximum Age|
|GM||No relaxation||35 years|
|SC||5 years||40 years|
|ST||5 years||40 years|
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Will KAS still be conducted now that Jammu and Kasmir is a Union Territory, or will it be assimilated under UPSC?
At this point in time, there is no clarity as to how would the Administrative recruitment will be conducted. The Central Government might take a call on it once the lockdown period is over and the Pandemic is brought under control. At this point in time, there is no official press release regarding this. Based on the vacant positions, the Central Government might take a call on it. Please wait to hear for official information.