APPSC Age Limit
Andhra Pradesh ~ India ~ International ~ City ~ Entertainment ~ Business ~ Sports ~ Technology ~ Health ~ Features
Districts ~ State Politics ~ District Officials ~ Tollywood ~ Telangana News Online ~ Praja Rajyam Online
Home / Andhra Pradesh News / 2007 / August / August 6, 2007
Upper age relaxation likely for APPSC

APPSC Main Examination goes smooth
Power cuts and rains mar examination

Group I examination hall tickets sent
Examinations from February 23 to 29

APPSC approves Group II Notification
February 29 is the last date for submitting applications

APPSC issues notification for Group I Examinations
Sale of Applications from December 21; February 8 is last date for submission

Government issues orders for filling up of 7,994 posts
APPSC to fill up 4,961 posts while rest will be by respective departments

Finance Department gives clearance to APPSC to fill Group I and II posts
Vacancies in many Government Departments to be filled soon

Upper age relaxation likely for APPSC
Age limit to be hiked from the present 33 years to 37 years

APPSC to recruit doctors and lecturers
Details will be available in the APPSC Udyoga Samacharam

APPSC releases selected Group I officers list
Recruitment likely in the next year

APPSC dispatched Hall tickets for AEE examination
Examination to be held on December 9 and 10

Reforms in APPSC
Proposals sent to Government for approval

Revised list of APPSC
The list was also available on APPSC website

More features on APPSC

Top News

Upper age relaxation likely for APPSC

Age limit to be hiked from the present 33 years to 37 years

Hyderabad, August 6, 2007

Taking into consideration of several representations received by the State Government during the past couple of years, sources say that the State Government has finally decided to increase the upper age limit for candidates appearing for Group I and II examinations of Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission from the present 33 years to 37 years.

Initially, the government planned to increase the upper age limit to two years and the file was sent for the Chief Minister consent. The Chief Minister however directed to increase the upper age limit to four years and directed the officials to prepare the file accordingly.

Keeping in view of the Government's decision to fill 10,000 vacant posts in the next six months, the APPSC is expected to issue a notification shortly for recruitment covering different categories of posts including Group I and II.

Andhra Pradesh on August 6, 2007

CM directs Home Department to send back 3,000 cops
Reviews implementation of GO 610

CM orders action against contractors and owners in Botlagudur borewell incident
Says the Government is moved by the incident

Hanumanta Rao meets BV Raghavulu
Sources say assurance was given to take up land issue to high command

High Court Division Bench directs Kidney donor to appear in court
Senses foul play in kidney transplantation

Upper age relaxation likely for APPSC
Age limit to be hiked from the present 33 years to 37 years

Ex-gratia doubled for electrocution deaths
Free power supply increased to nurseries in rural areas

VUDA Plot Auctions for Shontiyam and Kummaripalem held
Highest bidding amount moves up to Rs. 9,250 per square yard

India to take on Pakistan in Volleyball Test Series
Five-match test series to begin at Port Trust Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium

APUTF to stage dharna
Demands for early settlement of their long pending demands

Submarine Museum closed for maintenance on August 7 & 8
Museum to re-opened on August 9

August 6 in History

Events and happenings on 6 August in History

6 August 2001
Highlights: MSR to consult APCC before any action on Sri Kotla

6 August 2002
Highlights: Congress Leader Damodar Reddy arrested

6 August 2003
Highlights: Farmers in Kurnool demonstrate for giving inferior seeds

6 August 2004
Highlights: Naxal leader Maddu Babu Rao surrenders before police

6 August 2005

6 August 2006
Highlights: APSRTC to introduce CNG run buses

6 August 2007
Highlights: CM directs Home Department to send back 3,000 cops

Suggested pages for your additional reading on Facebook

© 2000-2018 All Rights Reserved and are of their respective owners.
Disclaimer, Terms of Service & Privacy Policy | Contact Us