Aspirants Seek Postponement of Anganwadi Supervisor Exam on June 23


Suhail Rather

Srinagar, June 03 : Many candidates have requested the Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) to postpone the exam for the Anganwadi Supervisor post in the Social Welfare Department, which is scheduled for June 23.

A group of candidates told kashmir News Service (KNS) that they need at least an additional month to adequately prepare for the exam. One of the aspirant said, “We should be given at least one month to prepare and have a fair chance to qualify for the exam.”
The aspirants were surprised by the sudden exam notification.

“I was shocked. How can JKSSB do this to us? We are freshers and haven’t even completed half of the syllabus. We need more time to prepare,” said one candidate.

Another candidate added, “We filed our forms in March, and our syllabus is vast. We can’t cover it in such a short time.”

The candidates pointed out that they submitted their forms in March but haven’t had enough time to prepare since then. They urged the JKSSB to consider their situation and grant an extension of at least one month to ensure a fair chance at success.(KNS)


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