1657 VRO 4305 VAO Recruitment in andhra pradesh 2014
Application are invited from the candidates to fill up 1657 VRO 4305 VAO posts in Andhra Pradesh.
Notification will be released on 28 December 2013
Apply online : http://ccla.cgg.gov.in/
Last Date to Apply online is January 12, 2014 General candidates Rs 500, SC and ST candidates Rs 200 and Physically Handicapped are exempted from paying the Fee. Apply at nearest Meeseva or APonline Centers
Last to submit Application Form online January 13, 2014
Examination on February 2, 2014 Morning VRO, After Noon VRA Total 100 Marks (Multiple Choice)
Final Key on 10 February, 2014
Results will be declared on Feb 20, 2014
On February 26, 2014 certificate verification will be Conducted in District Head Quarters.
You can Download Hall Tickets From 19 January, 2014
VRO Posts :
General : OBC Candidates age Should Between 18 yrs TO 34 Yrs, And 5 Yrs Relaxation For SC/ST Catogory Candidates.
OBC Candidates age Should Between 18 yrs TO 34 Yrs, And 5 Yrs Relaxation For SC/ST Catogory Candidates.
Educational Qualification Details:
VRO Posts: Candidate should Pass Intermediate
VRA POsts: Candidate have pass 10th Class/SSC
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Weight for various topics and subjects in VRO and VRA written Examination:-
General Studies (60 questions for 60 marks): The questions will be from History, Geography, Civics, Economics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Current Affairs and General Knowledge. The emphasis will be on rural development schemes, village conditions, welfare programmes etc.
Arithmetic Ability (30 questions and 30 marks): This section will be for 30 marks. Questions will be in Intermediate standard for VRO posts and in 10th Standard for VRA written exam.The important topics in this section includes Averages, Time and Work, Time and Distance, Heights and Distances, Profit and Loss, Interests, Percentages, Quantities etc
Logical Skills (10 questions for 10 marks): The topics include coding – decoding, comparison, blood relations, number series, letter series, odd man out, directions, calender, non – verbal reasoning.