Jammu & Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) on February 28 organizes the Class IV examination for the 2nd consecutive day. The Class IV written examination is held successfully at the designated centers in the Union Territory of Jammu & Kashmir. As per the reports, the two-hour-long examination lasts at 2:00 pm with 85 multiple-choice type questions from General Awareness, Maths, English, and Reasoning. An analysis of the 28th February held Class IV examination will be facilitated after the examination is over.
JKSSB conducts Class IV examination in offline (OMR-based mode) for the candidates who had registered for the Class IV examination. After the examination, the candidates who appear for the 28 February held JKSSB Class 4 exam have a look at the paper analysis, asked questions, their difficulty level, and experts' views regarding the examination. The official answer key of the Class 4 exam will be available after the examination is over on the website https://jkssb.nic.in.
Earlier, the J&K Services Selection Board had scheduled OMR based objective type written examination for the Class IV posts in multiple batches on 27th, 28th of February, and 1st of March 2021 from 12.00 noon to 2.00 p.m.
The first phase of the aforesaid examination was conducted today on 27th, February 2021, and; whereas the Board received communication from the Office of Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir for considering the request of stranded candidates of snowbound areas of Bandipora, and Deputy Commissioner Kupwara, it is notified for the information of such candidates their date of examination and venue/ examination center has been fixed, as per the notification.
Applicants can view the analysis of the Class 4 examination that would be facilitated with the help of experts. Have a look at the asked questions on 27th February held Class IV examination with difficulty level and safe score.
JKSSB Class IV 28 February Paper Analysis:
JKSSB on Sunday conducts the Class IV examination for the second day at allotted centres in the U.T of Jammu and Kashmir. The examination is scheduled from 12.00 noon to 2.00 P. M across the UT of Jammu and Kashmir. The OMR-based objective type examination written test for the post of Class IV is scheduled on 27th, 28th of February, and 1st of March 2021 across the UT of J&K.
Class IV OMR-based written examination carries a maximum of 85 marks. As many as 85 questions each carrying one and equal mark are asked on Day 2 of the Class IV examination. The level of the paper is reportedly told 'Tough' as compared to the 27th February examination.
General Awareness and Science- As many as 40 questions were asked from Current affairs, Sports events, Indian culture, India's history, Geography, General Science, Geography of Jammu and Kashmir, Culture of Jammu & Kashmir, and History of Jammu and Kashmir.
Reasoning- Questions were asked from Analogies, Relationship concepts, Odd one out, Direct Sense, Series completion, Venn Diagram, Number series, and Coding-Decoding etc.
English- Multiple choice questions were asked from Article, Synonyms, Antonyms, Verb, Reading Comprehension, Preposition, Sentence correction, etc.
Mathematics- Questions were asked from Permutation & Combination, Speed-Distance, Percentage, Average, Time, Work and Distance, Ratio and Proportions, Problem of ages, Probability, LCM, HCF, and Mensuration etc.
JKSSB Class IV 28 February Level of the exam: Moderate to Difficult
JKSSB Class IV Paper Analysis, Video Credit- Alerts Key