1,203 Qualify for G-II Interviews

HYDERABAD: The AP Public Service Commission (APPSC) announced on Sunday the results of Group-II written examination. It placed a list of 1,203 provisionally qualified candidates on its w

Published: 20th February 2012 07:47 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:59 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The AP Public Service Commission (APPSC) announced on Sunday the results of Group-II written examination.

It placed a list of 1,203 provisionally qualified candidates on its web site and also pasted it on its office notice board.

The verification of certificates and interviews for qualified candidates will be held from 8 am between March 3 and 31 at the APPSC office .

The APPSC conducted a written test on October 15 and 16 last to fill 873 executive and non-executive posts in various government departments.

It consisted of three papers, each of 150 marks.

The oral test (interview) will be for 50 marks.

After conducting the interviews, the commission will release the merit list of candidates.

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