APGENCO hall ticket 2017 has been uploaded by the Corporation for all the eligible candidates. The written examination to fill around 94 Trainee Assistant Engineer (AE) posts will be held on 23 April. The applicants can access their hall ticket/ admit card from here.
The APGENCO AE exam will be administered in Vijayawada only and hence all the applicants will have to reach in the city well before the exam day. The candidates can know about their respective exam venue only through the AP GENCO hall ticket and it is also an important document required to gain entry in the exam center.
The AE exam will consist of two sections (A & B) wherein the candidates will be tested for their knowledge in the respective field as well as their analytical aptitude. The Section A will have 70 questions on core academic curriculum of respective discipline, while Section B will have 30 questions. The complete syllabus has already been declared in the official notification.
The written exam will be held as OMR based exam and the candidates will be provided two copies (original and duplicate) of OMR answer sheet during the exam. The candidates will have to hand over the original copy to the invigilator after the completion of exam, while they can take away the duplicate sheet.
Qualification Criteria: The selection to the AE posts will be on the basis of merit list derived from the written exam for which, the minimum qualifying marks will be 40 for unreserved category candidates, 35 marks for Backward classes and 30 marks for SC/ ST/ Physically Handicapped candidates.
Earlier, a list comprising of 135 candidates not fulfilling the eligibility criteria was published. A fresh list having names of 177 candidates (duplicate IDs) has also been updated.
As of now, the Corporation is finalizing preparations for APGENCO AE exam. The selected candidates through the written exam will have to undergo training for a period of one year. At the time of joining training, the candidates will have to execute a bond to serve the APGENCO for a minimum period of 5 years thereafter.