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APPSC Recruitment 2019 – 43 Fisheries Development Officer Jobs

Current Notifications & Important Dates

  • Adv No: 24/2018
  • Total No. of Vacancies: 43
  • Starting date of Application Process: 17th January 2019
  • Last date for Submission of Application: 08th February 2019
  • Date of Main Examination: 21st & 22nd May 2019

AP Fisheries Development Officers Recruitment 2019 Notification – 43 Jobs

Andhra  Pradesh Public Service Commission has released a news that it is going to fill up 43 vacant positions of  Fisheries Development Officers (FDO). The complete notification is not yet released but the complete notification will be released within a day. So, contenders can apply for APPSC Upcoming Notifications notification before the due date. https://psc.ap.gov.in  is the link to get more details.

Positions

Total number of Fisheries Development Officer (FDO) positions to be filled are 43.

Carried Forward Vacancies

Fisheries Development Officers in AP Fisheries Service – 03 Posts

  • Zone II – 03 Posts

Fresh Vacancies

Fisheries Development Officers in AP Fisheries Service – 40 Posts

  • Zone I – 07 Posts
  • Zone II – 19 Posts
  • Zone III – 08 Posts
  • Zone IV – 06 Posts

Eligibility Criteria

Educational Qualification

Candidates who have completed Bachelor’s of Fisheries Science (B.F. Sc.) from any recognized university of India.

Age Limit

Candidates who have minimum 18 years and maximum 42 years of age can apply for the post of Fisheries Development Officer.

Salary

Appointed candidates will get pay monthly income is Rs. 29,760/- to Rs. 80,930/-

Selection Process

The commission will conduct written test in order to hire the talented persons. 

Application Process

Mode of applying for AP FDO Notification 2019 is through online mode. The dates will be soon informed.

Application Fee

Application fee for candidates is Rs. 250/- and examination fee is Rs. 120/-

How to Apply Online?

https://psc.ap.gov.in  is the link for applicants to apply online.

FDO Examination Pattern

Applicants have to attend two exams. One is screening test of marks 150 marks and main examination consists of 2 papers, weight age of marks is 300 marks.

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