j&k public service commission 2021 | Assistant Registrar

Applications through online mode are invited j&k public service commission from the applicants who are domiciled in the Union Territory of Jammu & Kashmir possessing the Prescribed/Academic professional qualification and age for the post of Assistant Registrar Cooperative Societies, in terms of the “Jammu & Kashmir Cooperative (Gazetted) Service Recruitment

Filling up of the post of Assistant Registrar Cooperative Societies in Cooperative Department.Assistant Registrar Cooperative Societies Vacancy has been removed by Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission for this, how to register online application and how to fill the Assistant Registrar Cooperative Societies form online.

J & K Public Service Commission 2021 | J & K Public Service Commission vacancy | Assistant Registrar Cooperative Societies in
Cooperative Department.


Important Date

Application Forms will be available from 17.05.2021. 

Last date for filing of online Application 16.06.2021.

The tentative date of Written Examination is 24.10.2021

Application Fee 

General Category = Rs.1000.00
Reserved Categories = Rs.500.00
PHC Candidates = Nil.

Payment Mode

 Fee through online mode

Age Limit

Age as on 1st January 2021

S.NO CategoryAge limitNot born
Not born before
1 OM 40 01.01.2003 01.01.1981

PHC42  01.01.200301.01.1979



4301.01.2003 01.01.1978
4In service
40 01.01.2003 01.01.1981

Education Qualification and Eligibility

Assistant Registrar
Cooperative Societies
Graduate preferably holding higher diploma in Cooperation

Details of post with category wise

Name of the Discipline Total
Assistant Registrar Cooperative

Scheme of Examination/ Syllabus

The selection will be made on the basis of Written Examination (75 points) followed by Viva-voce/interview (25 points) [Total 100 points]
I. Written Examination
i. The written examination will be a 2 hour (120 minutes) Objective multiple choice question (MCQ) Exam having 120 questions.
ii. There will be negative marking for incorrect answers ( as detailed below) for all questions.

a) There are four alternative for the answers to every question. For each question for which a wrong answer has been given by the candidate, one fourth (0.25) of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty.

b) If a candidate gives more than one answer, it will be treated as a wrong answer even if one of the given answer happen to be correct and there will be same penalty as above for that question.
c) If a question is left blank i.e no answer is given by the candidate, there will be no penalty for that question.

The Syllabus for the written/MCQ examination is given below: General Knowledge about current Affairs Covering the subjects of History, Geography, Political Science, Economics, and issue of National and International importance. Computers and Telecommunication

i) Concepts.
ii) Applications.
iii) Usage in communication and public relations. Indian Polity with special focus on Jammu and Kashmir,

i) Evolution of political system in pre and post-independence era.
ii) Modern trends in political system.
iii) Role and contribution of State/UT Politics in Federal Structure with special reference to Jammu and Kashmir.
Geography of India with focus on Jammu and Kashmir, 

j&k public service commission syllabus

i) Importance of Geography.
ii) General Geography
iii) Physical Geography
iv) Climate, soil and vegetation
v) Economic Geography Historical perspective of Cooperative involvement,

i) Need for Cooperatives
ii) Origin and development of Cooperatives History of Cooperative Movement,
i) Origin, development and importance of Cooperative Movement
ii) Series of legislation on Cooperatives
iii) Various committees framed at National and international level for development of Cooperatives.
Types of Cooperative, Agriculture Cooperative, Farmers Cooperative, Supply Cooperative, Business
& Employment Cooperative, New Generation Cooperative and Housing Cooperative The Jammu and Kashmir Cooperative Societies Act, 1989. The Jammu and Kashmir Cooperative Societies Rules,
2001. The Jammu and Kashmir Self Reliant Cooperative Act, 1999. Credit Structure Societies (Cooperative Banks and PACS) and

regulatory role of Reserve Bank of India and Registrar Cooperative Societies. Role of National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) and National Cooperative Development Corporation (NCDC) for schemes in Cooperative Sector. General mental and analytical ability, comprehension and logical reasoning.

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