JKSSB is traumatizing the aspiring youth of Jammu and Kashmir. The aspirants are not in shock this time, they are in grief. What could be more ill fortune for those aspirants, who had worked hard for the Police Sub Inspector exams which was going to start from December 9 this year? The exams were to be conducted through a computer-based test. All the aspirants who were ready for the examination suddenly went into tears when the news of cancellation of JKPSI exams flashed on their screens. The examination was scrapped by the LG Administration after irregularities were found in the examinations? JKSSB decided to re-conduct the examinations afresh which were scheduled from 9th of this month. As soon as the exams came nearer, many students found that the examination was being handed over to such a company which was known for malpractices and creating irregularities in the examinations. Many aspirants had started an online campaign to boycott the exams which was meant to be conducted by APTECH Limited which was earlier blacklisted. JKSSB earlier had done the same mistake by giving the optical Mark Up examinations to Mac transics which is known for malpractices and irregularities. Many aspiring candidates filed a writ petition in the High Court of Jammu and Kashmir for cancellation of the examinations of JE Jal Shakti and JKPSI. But those aspirants who have been preparing for this examination for the last three years found it Bolt from the Blue when at the eleventh hour they came to know that JKSSB has been barred from taking the said examination. The High Court of Jammu and Kashmir ordered that the JKPSI and JE civil Jal Shakti department examination stands cancelled and has also directed the Government to constitute a high level committee headed not less than by a retired high court judge to enquire into the conduct ofJKSSB. The apex court also directed the government to inquire into the brazen irregularities conducted by JKSSB and appropriate action be initiated against those found guilty. However, the JKSSB has issued a statement that the Board will file a counter case against the writ. The game will continue in the court onward, there will be winners and losers but whose bones have broken this time is the poor aspirant who was all set to take part in exams. The LG Administration should take tough steps for fair conducting of exams. The LG Administration should transfer the posts to other recruitment boards to ease the sufferings faced by the aspirants.