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AP VRO VRA 2013 recruitment, exam syllabus, admit card, results

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AP VRO VRA Posts Recruitment 2013, Exam Syllabus, Pattern, Admit Card, Result etc.

Andhra Pradesh State Government is ready to issue the notification to fill up around Deputy Tahasildar vacancy, VRO, VRA posts so interested candidates get ready to submit an application for these jobs shortly.We expecting Andhra Pradesh State Village revenue Assistant, Village revenue Officers, Deputy Tahasildar Notification will be issued in the month June/July 2013. Below are the details of AP VRO VRA Recruitment 2013, exam pattern, syllabus and other info

For applying for the VRO (Village Revenue Officer) post, an applicant should be a senior secondary class or intermediate pass from a government recognized university of Andhra Pradesh. The minimum age of the eligible candidate should be 18 and maximum 25 to apply for the post of VRO.

VRA i.e. Village revenue Assistance, to apply for this position an applicant should be secondary class or 10th pass from government recognized university of Andhra Pradesh. The upper age limit is 25 and lower age limit is 18 for applying for the post of VRA.

This competitive test is of 2 hours and there are 100 questions i.e. you have to answer 100 questions in 120 minutes and the best part is there will be no negative marking. Moreover there is no interview for VRO/VRA exam. Have a look at the below content so that you can have good idea about the competitive exam which you are going to face.

Number of Vacancies:

Junior Assistants: 1094 positions

Deputy Tahsildar: 133 positions

Office Assistants: 268 positions

Village Revenue Officer (VRO): 1657 positions

Surveyor: 273 positions

Draughtsman: 46 positions

Village Revenue Assistant (VRA): 4305 positions

Syllabus for the posts of VRA/VRO

This competitive exam basically consists of 3 sections:

  1. Logical Skills: its syllabus is not very complex. You just have to understand the basics of the topics. Model question paper of the bank exams is going to be useful if you want to prepare for this. Refer R S Agrawal book for the exam.
  2. General skills: this will include important events of 2012 regional, international and national. Social education, health, poverty and inflation are few topics which will be covered in the current affairs syllabus. Knowledge about important projects of AP, irrigation facilities, latest development in information technology, fuel resources etc. is to be studied. For history, economics, chemistry, physics, politics, geography and biology text books till class 10th will be more than enough.
  1. Arithmetic skills: candidates should go through the 6th, 7th and 8th classes’ syllabus to qualify this part of the exam. Again refer R S Agrawal in Telugu for the preparation. Better you practice examples also.  You just need maximum 10 days time for its preparation.

After submitting the application form you need admit card to appear for the exam so keep visiting the official website as you will get the details there. To know about results again log in on the official website.

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