STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Jammu and Kashmir Government on Friday referred 7,052 Class-IV vacancies to J&K Services Selection Board (JKSSB) under provisions of the Jammu and Kashmir Appointment to Class-IV (Special Recruitment) Rules, 2020. As per a communiqué of GAD, Accelerated Recruitment Committee, which was constituted vide Government Order No.559-JK(GAD) of 2020 dated May 14, 2020, has identified and forwarded 7,052 vacancies of Class-IV posts of nineteen (19) departments to General Administration Department for their further referral to J&K Services Selection Board under Rule 4 of the Jammu and Kashmir Appointment to Class-IV (Special Recruitment) Rules, 2020. The vacancies with department-wise/cadre-wise/category-wise breakup are to be filled under provisions of the Jammu and Kashmir Appointment to Class-IV (Special Recruitment) 2020. It has been informed that the Jammu and Kashmir Appointment to Class-IV (Special Recruitment) Rules, 2020 have been notified vide S.O. 184 of 4th June, 2020 and published in the Special Edition of the Official Gazette. The communiqué also indicates Break-up of the vacancies as per Reservation Rules (Vertical/Horizontal reservation) and Cadre of the post indicating the particular Division and District in respect of Divisional/District Cadre posts. As for the referred vacancies, 3,475 belong to district cadre, 3,142 belong to divisional cadre (Jammu 1,619, Kashmir 1,523) and UT cadre comprises 435 posts. Among the district cadre include Anantnag, 324; Bandipora, 113; Baramulla, 472; Budgam, 320; Doda, 221; Ganderbal, 61; Jammu, 224; Kathua, 290; Kishtwar, 85; Kulgam, 115; Kupwara, 211; Poonch,50; Pulwama, 44; Rajouri, 213; Ramban, 106; Reasi, 80; Samba, 61; Shopian, 81; Srinagar, 236 and Udhampur, 168 vacancies.
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