JKPSC CCE Mains 2023 Admit Cards Released at; How to Download – News18


Published By: Sukanya Nandy

Last Updated: March 24, 2024, 08:32 IST

JKPSC CCE mains exam 2023 admit cards have been released, check how to download (Representative/File Photo)

JKPSC CCE Mains 2023: Candidates who have qualified for the prelims exam can now download their admit cards directly from The exams will commence on March 26

The admit cards for the Combined Competitive Exam (CCE) have been issued by the Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission (JKPSC). Candidates who have qualified for the prelims exam can now download their admit cards directly from Candidates will be asked for an application number and date of birth to log into the site.

The JKPSC CCE mains exam will be held from March 26 to April 3. It will be conducted across two shifts with the first one lasting from 10 am to 1 pm and the second commencing from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm.


– Essay – March 26

– General Studies 1 – March 27

– General Studies 2 – March 28

– General Studies 3 – March 29

– General Studies 4 – March 30

– Optional Paper 1 – April 2

– Optional Paper 2 – April 3


To ensure a smooth download process for your JKPSC CCE Mains Exam 2023 admit card you will have to follow the step-by-step guide mentioned below –

Step 1: The first step requires the candidates to visit the official JKPSC website at

Step 2: When on the homepage, candidates will have to search for the link that reads ‘JKPSC CCE mains admit card 2023 link’.

Step 3: A new window should now open on your computer where you will have to provide your login credentials as specified.

Step 4: Once logged in, your JKPSC CCE admit card will be displayed on your screen.

Step 5: Check for any discrepancies before saving the file on your computer.

Step 6: Take a printout of the admit card and do not forget to carry it on exam day.


The exam comprises 1750 marks. The JKPSC CCE Mains 2023 exam will comprise eight conventional essay-type question papers. Here is a subject-wise breakdown of marks for the mains exam:

– English – 300 marks

– Paper I (Essay)- 250 marks

– Paper II (General Studies 1: Geography and History of the World and Society, Indian Heritage and Culture) – 250 marks

– Paper III (General Studies 2: Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International Relations), Governance) – 250 marks

– Paper IV (General Studies 3: Technology, Bio-diversity, Economic Development, Environment, Security and Disaster Management) – 250 marks

– Paper V (General Studies 4: Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude) – 250 marks

– Paper VI (Optional Paper 1) – 250 marks

– Paper VII (Optional Paper 2) – 250 marks


Source link

Back to top button