APPSC Civil Assistant Surgeon Admit Card 2017 | Download Civil Assistant Surgeon Hall Ticket @ www.psc.ap.gov.in
The APPSC Civil Assistant Surgeon Admit Card 2017 is about to released in upcoming months. We had provided some valuable and useful stuff related to Andhra Pradesh PSC Civil Assistant Surgeon Hall Ticket 2017. Many of the job hunters had applied for APPSC Recruitment 2017 and looking for latest news about Civil Assistant Surgeon Call Letter 2017. In this article, candidates will get entire information. Applicants who had successfully completed their registration process are only applicable to download the Admit Card from the official web portal of Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission @ www.psc.ap.gov.in. While downloading the Hall Ticket all the aspirants must and should enter their Registration Number/Hall Ticket and Date of Birth or Password. In the below of this page, we had linked a direct link to download the hall ticket.
APPSC Civil Assistant Surgeon Admit Card 2017
APPSC Civil Assistant Surgeon Admit Card 2017 Details
|Name of Organization||Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission|
|Shortly Known As||APPSC|
|Post Name||Civil Assistant Surgeon|
|Number of Vacancies||129|
|Application Start Date||4th October 2017|
|Application End Date||3rd November 2017|
|Exam Date||4th and 5th December 2017|
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|APPSC Civil Assistant Surgeon Previous Papers|
|APPSC Civil Assistant Surgeon Syllabus 2017|
|APPSC Civil Assistant Surgeon Recruitment 2017|
Download Civil Assistant Surgeon Hall Ticket 2017 @ www.psc.ap.gov.in
Andhra Pradesh PSC Civil Assistant Surgeon Examination Centers
APPSC Civil Assistant Surgeon Exam Pattern 2017
It consists of three papers. Paper I consists of General Studies and Mental Ability (English and Telugu medium ). The maximum marks will be 150 Marks and 150 Questions questions will be asked. The total time duration of Paper I is 150 Minutes. Paper II consists of (Medical Science, General Medicine and General surgery) (Common to all) (English medium only). The maximum marks will be 150 Marks and 150 Questions questions will be asked. The total time duration of Paper I is 150 Minutes.
Paper III consists of Concerned Subject (English medium only). The maximum marks will be 150 Marks and 150 Questions questions will be asked. The total time duration of Paper I is 150 Minutes. For each wrong answer will be penalized with 1/3rd of the marks prescribed for the question Where the examination is held in more than one language medium, the candidate has to select the medium opted by him/her in the application form itself. The candidate’s paper will be evaluated only with reference to that medium.
Andhra Pradesh PSC Selection Process For Civil Assistant Surgeon Post
Details Appeared On The Admit Card
In the below list we have mentioned some valuable information that is printed on the candidate’s admission ticket.
- Coordinating institution
- Roll number
- Venue of test
- Name of candidate
- Fathers Name
- Mothers Name
- Email ID
- Date of test
- Paper wise timings
- Important instructions for the exam
Some Important Document To Carry For The Examination
Aspirants need to carry admit card with the photograph attached on it along with one of the following original documents.
- Driving license
- PAN card
- Voter ID
- Employee ID
- Aadhar card
- Any other identity proof issued by a Gazetted Officer on official letterhead along with the photography
- Or any other documents mentioned on the admit card other than above.
Steps To Download APPSC Civil Assistant Surgeon Admit Card 2017
- Visit the Official Site of the Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission i.e., www.psc.ap.gov.in
- At the home page, you can find Admit Card link
- Search for APPSC Civil Assistant Surgeon Admit Card 2017
- Click on it
- Fill the registration details and other information
- Andhra Pradesh PSC Civil Assistant Surgeon Hall Ticket 2017 will be displayed on the screen
- Download it
- Take a print out for further use.
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