The selection for AP Grama/Ward Sachivalayam Recruitment posts, this year will be conducted based on the merit in the written examination and no interview is included in the selection process, announced M Girija Shankar, Commissioner of Panchayati Raj and Rural Development, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh.
The Sachivalayam exams are scheduled to be conducted for six days in two sessions viz. 10:00 to 12:30 forenoon and 2:30 to 05:00 afternoon. Candidates are instructed to reach their allotted exam centres at least 30 minutes before the exam time and late of even one minute will not be considered, forewarned the authorities.
Locate Your Exam Centre
The address of your exam centre will be clearly mentioned in your hall ticket.
The weblink to pinpoint your exam centre will be sent to your resisted mobile phone. You may click on it the same find your exam centre.
Invigilation and Monitoring
Junior assistant or secondary grade teacher level officials are assigned as the exam invigilators, and the district collector allots the exam conducting responsibilities to the officials. The monitoring will be done through the well-established command control systems located in the capital and district headquarters of each district.
The appeals for implementation of Economically Weaker Section quota in AP Grama Sachivalayam Recruitment is put before for the consideration and the Government is yet to take the decision, informed the Commissioner.
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The authorities assured that every action is taken for smooth conduct of AP Grama/Ward Sachivalayam Recruitment 2019 examinations, which are scheduled to be held from September 1st to 8th to fill up fourteen types of positions in the State Government services. Total 21,69,719 candidates have applied for the posts and more than 6,000 exam centres have been arranged to conduct the examinations.
EeYuva wishes you happy preparation and good luck for the fast approaching examinations!