October 27, 2020: AP State Government is expected to release the AP Grama Sachivalayam Results 2020 in the last week of October or the first week of November. The answer key for the recruitment examination for both afternoon and morning shift candidates is now available at the official site of the AP Government for candidates to check.
As per the officials, the cross-checking of OMR sheets is now completed by the exam authority, the results for the recruitment examination is now expected to be released soon. OMR sheet cross-checking was done by computerization and manual process. After the result declaration, Ranks, District wise Merit List, and Cutoff Marks will also be available for candidates to check.
Andhra Pradesh Government conducted the 14 Grama/Ward Sachivalayam examination for the recruitment for 19 different job vacancies between September 20, 2020, to September 25, 2020. AP Grama Sachivalayam Recruitment Examination 2020 was conducted for the 19 Grama Sachivalayam posts including VRO, Village Surveyor, Village Agriculture Assistant, Panchayat Secretary, and Protection secretary.
AP Grama Sachivalaym Recruitment Process 2020 includes a total of 14 written test rounds for the recruitment. The written test rounds for 2020 recruitment were conducted between September 20 to September 26, 2020. AP Grama Sachivalayam Recruitment Process 2020 has a total of 16208 Grama Sachivalayam vacancies available for which Almost 10 Lakh applicants applied for the post. 10,57,355 candidates applied for the post of Village and ward secretariat jobs out of which only 7,69,034 appeared for the written test rounds.
For more details about AP Grama Sachivalaym Recruitment Process 2020, check the highlights table given below:
AP Grama Sachivalayam Recruitment 2020: Qualifying Marks For Each Post
AP Grama Sachivalayam Recruitment 2020 Selection of candidates for the next round will be based on marks scored by the candidates. In order to pass the recruitment written test, candidates need to score a minimum of 40% of total marks. For BC, SCs, STs, and PHs candidates the minimum qualifying marks are 35% and 30% of the overall marks. To know more about the qualifying marks of each post, check the table below:
The selection of the candidates will be based on their performance in written tests and interview rounds conducted by the exam authority. Further, the shortlisted candidate will be selected for the recruitment process.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.