AP Postal Circle Postal / Sorting Assistant Admit card 2012, Answer Key

AP Postal Circle Postal / Sorting Assistant Admit card , Hall ticket 2012, Results 2013, Answer key solutions, Cut off marks, AP Postal Circle/ Department Recruitment Result 2012-2013 of Postal and Sorting Assistants Written Exam/ Test Result 2012-2013, Skill Test/ Computer Typing Test Call letter

Andhra Pradesh Postal department revealed the 388 vacant posts of AP Postal and sorting Assistants and there on invited applications for the written examination that is slated to happen at the end of this year. Till October 1, the applications are received and the Postal / Sorting Assistant Written Test Admit card, Hall ticket related info is provided here.

It has been mentioned that the Admit card/ Hall ticket for the AP Postal / Sorting assistant written test will be sent by the posts to each individuals who had applied for the posts conforming to all the norms and eligibility criteria . The AP Postal Assistants Exam Admit card/ Hall ticket 2012-2013 download link will not be presented at the official web page and the candidates who did not receive the exam hall ticket due to any postal delay should report to the administrative board of recruitment to get the Duplicate Postal , sorting assistant exam admit cad, hall tickets 2012-2013

AP POSTAL / SORTING ASSISTANTS ANSWER KEY SOLUTION, CUT OFF MARKS 2012-2013

The Andhra Pradesh Postal Department/ Circle Postal & Sorting Assistant Exam Answer key sheet / Solutions 2012, Cut off marks, Solved paper analysis of the written test will be published here as soon as the written exam is over

Also the List of candidates selected in the Written Test, i.e the AP Postal/ Sorting Assistant Exam Results 2012-2013 will be disclosed in this web portal and there on further the Computer Skill test/ Typing Test is to be conducted. The Call letter for the Skill test will be either mentioned at the website or sent through the posts mentioning the Skill test date, time, venue and schedule

PROLOGUE OF AP POSTAL / SORTING ASSISTANT EXAM SYLLABUS :

The AP postal circle 2012 recruitment for Postal Assistants and Sorting Assistants will be conducted through a written examination to begin with. This test is conducted by the Postal Department of India and also consists of a typing test. The marks which the candidates obtain in these exams are the deciding factor for their chances of employment in the mentioned vacancies.

This written test is conducted to check the aptitude of the candidates and consists of General Knowledge, Mathematics, English language, and Reasoning & Analytical abilities as the syllabus covered. The duration of the test would be for 2 hours and the computer/typing test will last for 30 minutes.

You could get various info updates about the Kerala, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu , AP, Karnataka, Delhi Postal Department Recruitment of Postal and Sorting Assistant Exam Admit card/ Hall  ticket, Written Exam date, Test Result 2012-2013,

Punjab / Delhi/ Uttarakhand , Himachal Pradesh Postal & Sorting Assistant Written Test Results 2012-2013 , Skill test, Computer Typing Test Call letter, Final Merit list/ Recruitment Result 2013  of Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh Postal and Sorting Assistants Recruitment 2012-2013

We will update the above info . and to get them keep visiting this web portal or a simplest way is to join the Face book page of this web site and get to know of all the updates about the Indian Postal Department Recruitment of Postal/ Sorting assistant 2013 .


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3 Responses to “AP Postal Circle Postal / Sorting Assistant Admit card 2012, Answer Key”

  1. pls tell me about postal exam date

  2. narasimhan says:

    sir tell me about when was the ap postal /sorting assistants xam key release

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