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The Andhra Pradesh State Government, Hyderabad, issued Notification to fill up 1657 vacancies of village revenue officers (VRO) and 4305 posts of village revenue assistants (VRA) in the revenue department. The notification would be issued on December 28, 2013  and the written test conducted on February 2, 2014. Final result would be announced on February 20, 2014. VRA, VRO 2013 Details Available at www.ccla.cgg.gov.in and www.vrojobs.in. 



The aspiring candidates could get the applications from e-Seva, Mee-Seva and APonline after the issue of notification and applications would be received online till January 12, 2014.  The candidates can download their hall tickets from January 19. Exam would be conducted for VRA on February 2 morning and VRO in the afternoon on the same day in all districts simultaneously.




Fee: 
The primary answer key would be released on February 4 and final key on February 9. The fee for the exam would be Rs.500/-, Rs.200/- for SCs and STs and free for differently abled persons. 




Eligibility: 
Candidates applying for the post of VRO must have passed intermediate conducted by the Board of Intermediate Examination or passed the three-year diploma recognised by the State Board of Technical Education and Training. The selection of candidates would be based on performance at the intermediate level for VRO and SSC level for VRAs. 



The applicant must be native of the village for VRA post and the applicant must be local candidate of the district for VRO post.  In case of married women the place of ordinary residence of husbands also be taken in to account for determining nativity white considering appointments to the post of village revenue assistants. 



Exam Pattern: 
The VRO, VRA 2013 exam would be objective type for 100 marks in Telugu, English and Urdu languages. The test would include 60 marks in general studies, 30 marks in arithmetic skills and ten marks on logical skills with multiple choices. Fifty per cent of marks will be aimed at testing the knowledge of the candidates on rural areas and rural living conditions. 



Age Limit: 
The age limit would be 36 years for general candidates in general category, 41 years for SC, ST and BC and 46 years for differently able persons. Stating that the test would be conducted in most transparent way.   




Written by:Chandana
Manabadi Results Updated at: 19:47:00

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