Four hours ago, the Andhra Pradesh state government released AP Grama Sachivalayam results 2019. This is the result of the exams conducted earlier this month, for recruitment to 1,26,728 vacancies in AP grama / ward sachivalayam. Even though the result is out, candidates are facing technical difficulties while checking their results.
There are three official websites for the recruitment gramasachivalayam.ap.gov.in, wardsachivalayam.ap.gov.in, vsws.ap.gov.in. Link to check result is available at all of them. Two of the links take to the same login page, and the third one leads to a different page. On clicking the check results link, login page to enter hall ticket number and date of birth is opening.
However as soon as candidates are entering their login details, an error message is displayed. The error message says,
“This site can’t be reached
apgvsmresults19782782.apcfss.in took too long to respond.
– Checking the connection
– Checking the proxy and the firewall
– Running windows network diagnostics
Candidates need not panic as this is not their fault or their browser’s fault, or their internet connection issue. Such errors are common when government job exam results, popular as sarkari results are announced. This happens as lakhs of candidates try to access the page at once leading to crashing of the website.
What next? Candidates who are facing this issue need to try again in some time. This problem will most probably not be faced at night time, when traffic on the site is less.
AP Grama Sachivalayam Results 2019: An Analysis
The 1.2 lakh + vacancies include 95,088 vacancies in AP grama sachivalayam (rural), and 36,410 in AP ward sachivalayam (urban).
12,54,071 candidates had applied for category I posts. 1,33,822 did for category II A. Category II B post was applied for by 1,55,173. Category III had the second largest number of applicants, after category I, with 6,26,748 registrations. The total applications count was 21,69,814.
It has been reported that 19.5 lakh candidates appeared for the exam. Answer sheets of 19,50,630 candidates were processed after the exams.
Reports further suggest that 1,98,164 candidates have qualified. Some figures have been reported in this regard category wise. According to which, 24,583 general candidates have qualified, 1,00,494 BC candidates cleared the exam, 63,629 candidates qualified from SC category, 9,458 ST candidates cleared.
The number of men who qualified stands at 1,31,327. And in women, 66,835 qualified.
As per the notifications, qualifying marks for open category is supposed to be 40%, for BC it is 35%, and 30% for SC, ST, PH. However a message has been displayed on the official website today, that reads, “Reserves the right to reduce the qualifying marks of the written examination in the event of sufficient number of candidates do not qualify for the notified vacancies.” Therefore it is probable that the cut off has been varied in some cases.
The dates for certification are yet to be updated on the website. However in newspapers it has been announced that candidates will be able to upload certificates from September 21. Call letters will be distributed on September 21 and September 22.
Then, document verification shall be done from September 23 to September 25. The department will issue appointment orders on September 27. October 1 and October 2 are reserved for awareness programs for selected candidates. Then the AP village and ward secretariats shall be started from October 2.