AP makes changes in Group-II examination pattern for gazetted, non-gazetted categories

Published: 12th August 2016 05:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th August 2016 05:00 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The AP government has made some changes in the examination pattern of Group-II, few Gazetted and non-gazetted categories being conducted by the AP Public Service Commission(APPSC).

As per the new guidelines, the Group-II examinations will have 150 marks screening test and 150 marks each for part-I, II and III papers, totaling to 600 marks. Similarly, in the case of non-Gazetted posts exams, since interview has been removed for all non-gazetetd posts it will have two papers with 150 marks each.

For gazetted posts apart from posts of assistant commissioner of endowments,

assistant director of marketing, child development project officer, assistant director of industries, deputy superintendent of police (Communications), assistant conservator of forests. Head

of sections in mining engineering service in Government Polytechnics, assistant social welfare officer, assistant tribal

welfare officer, assistant BC welfare officer, junior lecturers in government junior colleges (except librarians & physical directors), junior lecturers in government polytechnic colleges, lecturers in government degree colleges, deputy educational officers, lecturers in radiological physics and physicists in AP medical services, will have two papers-paper-I 150 marks and paper-II 300 marks.

The changes have been made in tune with the latest national policy, according to a GO issued here on Thursday.

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