APPSC Panchayat Secretary 2019 application form available; apply online till Jan 18

APPSC Panchayat Secretary 2019 application form available; apply online till Jan 18
Supriya Kumari | Dec 27, 2018 - 6:23 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, DECEMBER 27: Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) has released the application form of APPSC Panchayat Secretary on December 27. The last day to fill the application form is January 19, 2019. However, candidates can pay the application fee till January 18 (11.59 pm). In order to fill the online application form, candidates first have to register on the official website https://psc.ap.gov.in/.  

While filling APPSC Panchayat Secretary application form, candidates have to generate ‘One Time Profile Registration’ (OTPR) to obtain OTPR ID and password. After registration, candidates have to fill the basic details and pay the application fee. The application fee is Rs. 250 while the examination fee is Rs. 80. Candidates belonging to reserved categories (SC, ST, BC, PH & Ex-Servicemen) are exempted from payment of examination fee.

Post the payment of application fee, correction facility is enabled. For the correction in the application form, candidates have to pay Rs.100 for each correction. However, corrections in fields like name, fee and age relaxation are not enabled. The correction facility is only available after the last date of the submission of application and is valid upto 7 days.

Candidates are also advised to keep a print copy of the submitted application form for further reference. To apply for APPSC Panchayat Secretary, candidates must be between 18 to 42 years as on July 1, 2018 and must have completed their graduation by this time. The notification of APPSC Panchayat Secretary 2019 was released on December 21.

APPSC conducts APPSC Panchayat Secretary exam for the recruitment of Panchayat Secretaries (Grade IV) in Andhra Pradesh Panchayat Raj Subordinate Service. For the year 2019, APPSC has announced as many as 1051 vacancies

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