TSPSC AEE key 2017 is yet to be released by the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC). The written examination for filling Assistant Executive Engineer posts was conducted by the Commission on August 27 & 28. Thousands of engineering graduates are currently waiting for the release of TSPSC AEE key 2017 and as per the reports, the Commission will publish the AEE key paper by the next week.
AEE 2017 exam has been conducted by TSPSC for filling 473 Assistant Executive Engineer vacancies notified under the notification number 31/2017. The examination was held in five centers located in Hyderabad, Karimnagar, Khammam, Warangal, and Nizamabad. While the official TSPSC AEE key is not out yet, one of the leading coaching institute – Ace Academy has released its unofficial version of AEE key. The candidates can check the answer key & question paper uploaded by Ace Academy here.
TSPSC AEE exam was divided into two sections such as Paper-1: General Studies and General Abilities, and Paper-2: Civil Engineering (Degree Level)/ Electrical Engineering (Degree Level)/ Mechanical Engineering. Paper 1 was of 150 marks, while Paper 2 carries weightage of 300 marks. Both the paper comprised of 150 questions. The candidates were allotted 150 minutes for completing each exam.
TSPSC has not yet notified or made any official comment on the release of TSPSC AEE key paper, but given the other examinations conducted by the Commission, the AEE exam key paper is expected to be out before 15th September. The candidates will be able to access the answer keys at the official website tspsc.gov.in. The candidates should wait for the official release of answer key as only the official version will be used by the Commission to evaluate answer scripts of candidates and declare the results.
The selection for TSPSC AEE 22017 will be a two stage process. Firstly, the merit list will be prepared on the basis of the marks scored by the candidates in the written examination. Candidates belonging to OCs, BCs, SC/ ST/ PH categories have to score a minimum qualifying marks of 40, 35 and 30 percent respectively. Based on the merit list, the Commission will call the candidates for the interview in 1:2 ratio, which will carry a weightage of 50 percent.
The deserving candidates will be selected and allotted to the Service/ Department in Telangana State according to their rank in the merit list and as per zonal preference for allotment of candidates against vacancies and for the vacancies available.
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