Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) Forest Beat Officer & Assistant Beat Officer Jobs | 12th | Apply Now
Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC), Govt. of Andhra Pradesh.
In the latest job notification, Andhra Pradesh PSC announces job vacancies for Forest Beat Officer & Assistant Beat Officer post in A.P. Forest Sub Service, in reference to NOTIFICATION NO.07/2019.
Under APPSC Forest Beat Officer Recruitment 2019, candidates completed 12th are required to apply.
On basis of Screening examination / Main examination / Physical examination, an applicant for the desired post will be finalized on merit.
The selected candidate will be recruited, with salary pay of Rs. 15,030-49,870 per month.
An Interested and qualified candidate has to apply through online mode by 27/03/2019.
Eligibility Criteria For APPSC FBO & ABO Posts:
No. Of Vacancies: 430.
Name of the post:
Forest Beat Officer in A.P. Forest Sub-Service
Assistant Beat Officer in A.P. Forest Sub-Service
Carried forward vacancies: 26
Fresh vacancies: 404
As on 01/07/2019, Candidate age limit should be 18 to 42 years (Candidates should not be born earlier than 2nd July 1977 and not later than 1st July 2001).
An applicant from reserved and special categories, the upper age limit is relaxed as per Govt. guidelines.
Should complete 12th from a recognized University/ Institution.
On basis of Screening examination / Main examination / Physical examination.
Candidates have to pay a fee of Rs 330 through online mode.
SC, ST, BC, & Ex-Service Men are exempted from payment of examination fee Rs.80/-.
Steps to apply:
- A Candidate has to logon https://psc.ap.gov.in/.
- Select relevant job notification “Forest Beat Officer & Assistant Beat Officer in A.P. Forest Sub Service - Notification No.07/2019”.
- Read complete job details.
- Fill the application form in prescribed format through online mode.
- And take a print out of application for future use.
Online application start and end date: from 05/03/2019 to 27/03/2019.
Last date for fee payment: 26/03/2019.