Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) will release the advertisement of Assistant Executive Engineer 2019 Recruitment on its official website, psc.ap.gov.in. The advertisement is expected to release today, November 28, 2018. As per the local newspaper of Andhra Pradesh, it is reported that the Commission will introduce 309 vacancies, in which 165 are new and 144 vacancies are from backlog. The name of the posts for which the recruitment is going to start are AEE (Civil), AEE (Mechanical / Agriculture), AEE (Civil / Mech).
Last time the same recruitment was held 02 years ago for 748 Vacancies, and the same is going to be announced for just half of the vacancies.
The candidates whose age group falls between 18 to 40 Years, and possess relevant qualification can apply before the last date to submit applications. As of now, there is no information about the commencement of the application process. Hence the aspirants have to wait for any official notification to come.
Last year the application process of the same recruitment was online, and the candidates had to pay Rs. 250/- as application fee and Rs. 120/ as Examination Fee if they belong to an unreserved category. While the candidates belonging to reserved categories had to pay the only application fee, they were exempted to pay the examination fee. The same trend can be used by the Commission this year as well for inviting the candidate’s response.
The process of AEE recruitment includes preliminary (Computer Based Examination) and the main examination. The Commission will conduct the preliminary examination on January 27, 2019, and the main examination will be conducted on March 22, 2018. So the admit card will be issued to all the registered candidates in the month of January 2019.
The given examination pattern is as per the previous recruitment process, the Commission also decided the minimum qualifying marks. All the belonging to unreserved category had to obtain 40% minimum marks and the OBC candidates had to secure a minimum 35% marks, whereas SCs, STs, and PHs had to secure minimum 30% marks.