If a candidate is not able to produce certificates for all qualifications and categories claimed in the application the candidature may be rejected and not considered for nomination.
Frequently Asked Question
Q. 1. What will happen if a candidate is not able to produce necessary certificates?
Q. 2. What happens if I forget the Application and Roll number?
It is important to remember both these numbers as they are needed for any correspondence with the commission or downloading admit card, checking results etc. In case of losing the number email may be sent to the commission and commission will try to help.
Q. 3. What is application Number and Roll Number?
Application number is given for all the applications received at the commission. Roll number is given to candidates who are issued admit cards. Application number is important till you get the admit card and after that the Roll number.
Q. 4. What happens if the Certificate Number mentioned in application form is not produced and Some other certificate with the number/date changed is produced?
Your Candidature can be canceled.
Q. 5. What should be the valid date for certificates for Document Verification?
A candidate should possess all qualifications mentioned in the advertisement as on the last date of application form. So all certificates to be produced during DV should be on or before the last date of application.
Q. 6. How and when are certificates verified?
As a matter of policy the commission is not asking candidates to submit any proof of their eligibility for the post they are applying for. So candidates are advised not to submit any copy of documents along with the application. Information submitted by candidates is accepted as true. However after publication of results candidates would be called to present to the commission original documents to prove that they are eligible for the posts they have applied for. If they fail to prove that their names will not be sent to the appointing authority. They are also liable to face legal action for making wrong declarations while applying.
Q. 7. What are the documents to be submitted with the application?
Do not submit any document along with the application. Documents of shortlisted candidates as per the advertisement will be verified at the time of document verification as per schedule published on the web.
Q. 8. What is the role of JSSC in government recruitment?
The commission's work starts after getting recruitment requests from government departments through Personnel Administrative Reforms and Rajbhasa Department. It invites applications, conducts examinations, document verification and nominates candidates to the departments for appointment.
Q. 9. Does the commission give appointment to candidates?
The commission will not appoint candidates. It only selects candidates through a transparent process and nominates candidates to the appointing authority, who will issue the appointment orders.