The State Government on Monday issued the notification for the District Selection Committee – 2012.
The government has notified 21,343 vacancies under the DSC – 2012. Of them, 11,602 are for Secondary Grade Teachers, 2,000 for Language Pandit, 365 for Physical Education Teachers, 5,703 School Assistants and 1,673 posts in Municipal Schools.
Briefing the media about the DSC notifications, Secondary Minsiter K Parathasarathy said that this would be the major recruitment being done under the Rajiv Yuva Kiranulu scheme. He said for the first time graduates in sericulture and horticulture streams would be eligible for DSC in science subjects. Further, those who have gruaduated from the open universities would also be eligible to appear for the exam.
The written test for the posts of Secondary Grade Teacher, Language Pandit and Physical Education Teacher will be held on May 2 while the test for School Assistant posts will be conducted on May 3. The written test for SGT, PET and SA in Special Schools will be held on May 4.
The candidates will be able to submit their applications online. The proforma application and user guide will be available on the website http://apdsc.cgg.gov.in from February 15. Applications could be submitted from Febaruary 16 to March 17. The application or test fee for each post will be Rs 250 and the last date for payment of fee will be March 16.
The information bulletin containing the details of posts, qualification, scheme of examination and other details are available on web site http://apdsc.cgg.gov.in and www.dseap.gov.in.
The Minister informed that 1,002 candidates, who were waiting for posting orders of DSC 2008, have been issued posting orders.
Parathasarathy also announced that the government would recruit about 12,070 teachers in the Model Schools across the State and a notification would be issued soon in this regard. (INN)
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