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Vijayawada: Carrying forward posts a big problem to aspirants

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | K KALYAN KRISHNA KUMAR
Published Sep 16, 2019, 2:54 am IST
Updated Sep 16, 2019, 2:54 am IST
Group II Exams were conducted for 447 posts by the APPSC on August 29 and 30.
Group II Examinations were conducted for 447 posts by the Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission on August 29 and 30.
 Group II Examinations were conducted for 447 posts by the Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission on August 29 and 30.

Vijayawada: The carrying forward of posts to the next recruitment and the last date of age limit enhancement from 39 to 42 has become a big problem for aspirants of Grama Sachivalayam.

The results announcement of Group II and Group III will impact the village secretariat posts. State government is keen to fill 1,26,728 village secretariat posts. But there may be a chance of carrying forward nearly 1,500 posts for the next recruitment if the results of village secretariat posts are announced before the Group II and Group III results.

 

Aspirants who have qualified for the two Group examinations will get jobs. So, a little competition will decrease in village secretariat recruitment.

Group II Examinations were conducted for 447 posts by the Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission on August 29 and 30.  Examinations of Group III were conducted for nearly 1,051 posts by the APPSC on August 26.

Examinations for village secretariat posts were conducted by the Panchayat Raj Department from September 1 to 8 for 1.27  lakh vacancies.

Most aspirants of village secretariat posts appeared for three to four posts based on eligibility. Hence there is also a chance to carry forward Sachivalayam posts when one aspirant qualifies for many posts.

 

Adding to this, the enhanced age limit of eligibility from 39 to 42 will end on September 30.

As government plans to appoint all Grama Sachivalayam qualifiers, age limit relaxed aspirants will not get a job.         

Speaking to this correspondent, Unemployed youth JAC state president Samayam Hemanth Kumar  said that government had raised the eligibility of age limit up to 44 years as had Telangana  and given a permanent GO for age relaxation. He asked for continuing the orders of age limit eligibility of 44 years in DSC-2019  and also implement this in the Assistant Motor Vehicle Inspector posts recruitment, the age limit being 34 years as of now.

 

He requested government to cancel the negative marks system in village secretary posts recruitment. He demanded that government fill all posts announced without carrying forward a single post to the next recruitment.

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