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JKPSC: Admit Card For Written Test for the post of Medical Officer in H&ME

Admit Card For Written Test for the post of Medical Officer in H&ME
It  is  for  information  of  all  the  concerned  candidates  appearing  in  the  written  test  for  the  post of  Medical  Officer  (Allopathic)  in  Health  &  Medical  Education  Department    which  is  scheduled  to  be held  on    02.12.2017  (Saturday)  from  02:00  Pm  to  04:00  Pm,  that  the  Admit  cards  have  already been  uploaded  on  the  Commission’s  website.  The  candidates  are  advised  to  download  the  same  from Commissions  website  i.e   In  case  a  candidate  who  has  applied  for  the  said  post  but  fails  to  get  his/her  e-Admit  Card through  any  of  the  source  mentioned  in  the  notice,  he/she  may  immediately  contact  on  or  before 28.11.2017  the  Commission’s  Office  at  Resham    Ghar  Colony  Bakshi  Nagar,  Jammu  or  Camp  Office Solina  Rambagh,  Srinagar    ,  with  the  proof  of  submission  of  Online  Application  Form/Bank  Challan duly  stamped  and  thereafter  no  claim  whatsoever  shall  be  entertained. 

JKPSC: Attention  Candidates  appearing  in  the  written  test  of  Medical officer  (Allopathic)  in  Health  &  Medical  Education  Department

. Ref :  Mail  dated:  10.11.2017  from  Service Provider.     Notification  No.      PSC/Exam/2017/67
Dated:  14.11.2017

Whereas,  the  Commission  notified  the  date  for  the  conduct  of  the Examination  for  the  post  of  Medical  Officers  (Allopathic)  in  Health  & Medical  Education  Department  vide  Notice    No.  PSC/Exam/06/ST/17 dated:  24.08.2017  and    PSC/DR/AE(Elect)/MO(Allopathic)/2017  dated: 12.10.2017    on Computer Based Recruitment  Test  Module  (CBRT)  ; and whereas,  the  Commission  roped  in  a  Professional  Agency/Service Provider  of  Government  of  India  for  conducting  the  aforesaid  examination on  the scheduled  date  i.e.  02.12.2017;  and whereas,  after  finalizing  the  arrangements  and  laying  down  the roadmap  for  conduct  of  the  aforesaid  examination,  the  service  provider,  at a  crucial  stage,  exhibited  their  inability  to  conduct  the  examination  on  the scheduled  date  and  time  due  to  IBPS  Examination(National  Level)  which  is also  scheduled  on  02.12.2017  and  also  informed  the  non-availability  of required  number  of  nodes  at  Srinagar  Centre  and  instead  proposed  to  shift 889  number of candidates  from  Srinagar  to  the  Jammu  Centres;  and whereas,  the  Commission  in  order  to  avoid  any  inconvenience  to  the candidates  and  to  prevent  any  further  delay  as  may  occasion  due  to  the  postponement  of  the  examination,  has  decided  to  conduct  the  aforesaid examination  on  the  scheduled  date  and  time  i.e.02.12.2017  as  per  the examination  process  in  vogue  i.e.  using  OMR  Sheets  having  the  provision of  detachable  carbon  copy  for  the  candidates.  
Now,  therefore,  it  is  notified  for  the  information  of  all  the  concerned that  the  examination  for  the  posts  of  Medical  Officers  (Allopathic)  in Health  &  Medical  Education  Department  shall  now  be  conducted  on  the already  notified  date  i.e.  02.12.2017  using  OMR  Sheets  in  place  of Computer  Based  Recruitment  Test  as  was  notified  earlier  vide  Notice    No. PSC/Exam/06/ST/17  dated:  24.08.2017  and   PSC/DR/AE(Elect)/ MO(Allopathic)/2017  dated:  12.10.2017.

Cabinet approves Creation of National Testing Agency (NTA) to conduct entrance examinations for higher educational institutions

The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved creation of National Testing Agency (NTA) as a Society registered under the Indian Societies Registration Act, 1860, and as an autonomous and self-sustained premier testing organization to conduct entrance examinations for higher educational institutions.

·         The NTA would initially conduct those entrance examinations which are currently being conducted by the CBSE like NEET.
·         Other examinations will be taken up gradually after NTA is fully geared up.
·         The entrance examinations will be conducted in online mode at least twice a year, thereby giving adequate opportunity to candidates to bring out their best.
·         In order to serve the requirements of the rural students, it would locate the centres at sub-district/district level and as far as possible would undertake hands-on training to the students.

·         NTA will be chaired by an eminent educationist appointed by MHRD.
·         The CEO will be the Director General to be appointed by the Government.
·         There will be a Board of Governors comprising members from user institutions.
·         The Director General will be assisted by 9 verticals headed by academicians/ experts.

NTA will be given a one-time grant of Rs.25 crore from the Government of India to start its operation in the first year. Thereafter, it will be financially self-sustainable.
Establishment of NTA will benefit about 40 lakh students appearing in various entrance examinations. It will relieve CBSE, AICTE and other agencies from responsibility of conducting these entrance examinations, and also bring in high reliability, standardized difficulty level for assessing the aptitude, intelligence and problem solving abilities of the students.


In view of the need to have a specialized body in India like the most advanced countries, the Finance Minister in the Budget speech of 2017-18 had announced setting up of a National Testing Agency (NTA) as an autonomous and self-sustained premier testing organization to conduct all entrance examinations for higher educational institutions.


SKIMS resident doctors demand removal of pay discrepancy

Resident doctors of SK Institute of Medical Sciences, Soura have demanded that their pay be brought at par with their counterparts in AIIMS New Delhi and threaten to go on strike if the authorities failed to do so.
In a three page letter, written to Director SKIMS, on 1 November 2017, resident doctors’ association of SKIMS has highlighted the plight of doctors working at the institute. “Once a dream place for residents, SKIMS has now become the last choice for them” reads the letter. Resident doctors have brought to notice the fact that interviews for resident doctors’ posts are conducted “every now and then” as a considerable number of these posts, due to the unresolved issues, continue to remain vacant at the institute. “Even outgoing postgraduates do not want to continue” reads the communication.Read more》》