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Wednesday, 7 September 2016

New Criteria Announced for Teacher Jobs in J&K : Its Official


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Big News: Graduation becomes, minimum Qualification to apply for Teacher Jobs in J&K. SRO Announced.


If, you are reading this page, then chances are, you are interested or either looking for Teacher Jobs in J&K. We would like to inform you that, JKSSB will soon announce the Notification for 3000 teacher Jobs in J&K, with News Rules of Eligibility and Selection Process. 

Few Days, back, we have reported, that the Government is going to amend the Rules for Recruitment of Teachers in J&K, with Changes in Eligibility Criteria, Exam Pattern and Selection Process and 30% Quota for Science and Maths Teachers. (ie. those having Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Maths, as one of their subjects in Graduation, they can apply for 30% Quota). This is being done, to enhance and develop scientific aptitude of students. 

These changes are being made, to improve the standard and quality of Education in J&K. We all know, that Eligibility Criteria for Recruitment of Teachers in All over the country (For Center Schools Like, KV's, Army Schools, Navodaya Vidyalayas) is Graduation, but J&K is the only state where even 10+2 are appointed as Teachers, which is below par the standard eligibility. 

Now, Government had amended the Rules for Recruitment of Teachers in J&K and made Graduation, as the minimum qualification for the recruitment of teachers in J&K.

In this regard, on 6th September, 2016, the Education Department, had released the SRO-290, that Details the changes, made in the Recruitment of Teachers in J&K. It is worth mentioning here that this New Criteria and Rules, will came into effect from the Upcoming JKSSB Teacher Recruitment 

In this post, we will share with you the Details of Official SRO released by Education Department, so that, you get to know what recent changes have been made in the Recruitment of teachers in J&K


SRO 290 : Official Rules Regarding Recruitment of Teachers

SRO means the Order of Government.


On 6th September, the J&K State Education Department had released the SRO-249, by exercising its powers as conferred by Section-124 of Constitution of J&K and make amendments in the Jammu and Kashmir, School, Education, Service Recruitment Rules, 2008

Here is the Revised Eligibility Criteria and Method of Recruitment.




  • Graduation, is the minimum qualification, but preference, will be given to those having higher qualification like PB/B Ed. / M Ed.

What about Selection Process and Exam Pattern ?


The details, regarding the JKSSB Teacher Selection process and Exam Pattern, will be known only after the announcement of JKSSB Teacher Notification. It is worth mentioning here that State Government is planning to scrap the Interview system for Non-Gazetted posts, that includes teachers too.

So, the Selection will be done, purely on the Performance in the Written test and Academic Merit taken together. Earlier, there is 65% weighatge for Written test, 15% for Academic Qualification, and 20% for Interview. Now, with the abolishment of Interview, this is to been how the departments, adjusts the Interview points.

However. the most likely, scenario regarding the Distribution of marks, will be 

1) Written test : 80 Marks
2) Academic Merit / Higher Qualifications: 20 Marks.

But, remember, this is just our prediction and there is nothing official in it. 

So, you have to wait till the announcement of JKSSB Recruitment 2016 Notification. 

Moreover, there is another good news for you, JKSSB will soon announce 30000 Jobs on Fast track basis for Matriculates, 10+2, Graduates, etc.



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3 comments:

  1. sir can u plz tell me that the b tech comes in those 30%, that are having med/non-med in their graduation

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  2. BCA wale apply nhi kr skte kya??

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