Missed earlier stages of PSC Class-10-level exam? You still have a chance

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Thiruvananthapuram: Candidates who missed the first five stages of the Class-10- level examination conducted by the Kerala Public Service Commission will get another chance. The public examiner is providing a chance to attend the final stage of the exam that has been scheduled on 16 July.

Those who couldn’t write the exams due to previously declared exams of government approved institutions or universities, medical treatment following accident, testing positive for COVID– 19, wedding on exam date and child birth could apply before 24 June, with relevant documents (admission ticket, medical or treatment certificate).

The applications should be sent to jointce.psc@kerala.gov.in. (Phone: 0471-2546260).

There wouldn’t be any more Class-10-level exams after the one in July.

Supplementary exams for Jr Nurse
Meanwhile, the supplementary exams for those candidates whose applications were rejected for the Junior Public Health Nurse Grade-2 post under the Health, Municipal and Common Services, would be held on 29 June.

These applicants were not allowed to write the exams that were conducted between 20 November 2019 and 10 November 2020 citing that they had General Nursing and Midwifery/BSc Nursing qualifications.

Qualified candidates who have written any exams that were held in these categories would be deemed as attended the exams in all the categories (including the ones that were rejected) and would be considered for the later stages of selection. These candidates should not appear for the supplementary exam scheduled on 29 June, even if hall tickets have been issued.  

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