Jammu & Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) has today, January 16, 2022, released the provisional answer key for the computer-based test (CBT) 2021-22 written examination. This test was conducted across the the union territory (UT) from December 22, 2021, to January 13, 2022. The written exam was held for recruiting eligible and qualified individuals to the posts of caretaker and assistant compiler. Candidates who appeared for the exam can download their admit card from the official website jkssb.nic.in.
In addition to accessing the JKSSB Answer Key 2022, candidates can also raise objections against this provisional draft. These objections can also be raised through the online mode, on the official portal. The objection facility will available for a duration of four days, from January 16 to 19, 2022.
JKSSB Answer Key 2022 Objection Facility
To raise objections against the JKSSB 2022 answer key, candidates can follow the steps given below –
Step 1: Visit the official website of JKSSB i.e., jkssb.nic.in. On the homepage of the website, login to website by entering details such as roll number, date of birth, date of examination and batch timing.
Step 2: Submit the login credentials to view the response sheet, question paper and provisional answer key.
Step 3: View the question paper to see the green-marked options. This mark indicates the correct alternative for each question.
Step 4: Access the “Objection” field and enter the question number which contains the wrong answer.
Step 5: Click on the “Add Button” to provide adequate representation, justification or reasoning in the spaces provided. These objections need to be entered in the English language.
Step 6: Click on the ‘Submit’ option to successfully subject objections against the provisional answer key.
JKSSB Objection Facility 2022 Things to Note
As per the JKSSB Official notice, the answer keys released are only provisional and may be subjected to changes, at a later stage. These changes will be based on the objections raised by candidates. However, these objections need to be valid and supported by adequate reasoning. Only then will the objections be considered by the selection board.
Additionally, objections can only be raised against the questions and their respective alternatives. Moreover, once submitted, a candidate will not be allowed to edit their objections. Hence, before clicking on the ‘Submit’ option, candidates must check the objection details carefully. Finally, after submitting a set of objections, candidates will not be able to access the facility again. So, this is just a one-time facility which can only be availed through the online mode.