APPSC Assistant Motor Vehicle Inspector Jobs Notification 2013 | APPSC AMVI Recruitment Notification 2012 | AMVI Application Forms, Important Dates
Hyderabad, 4 January 2013: Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission released an employment notification to recruit 64 Assistant Motor Vehicle Inspector job through written test. APPSC released this recruitment notification on 29th December 2012.
Job Name – Vacancies:
1. Assistant Motor Vehicle Inspectors in A.P. Transport Subordinate Services – 64 posts
1) Degree in Mechanical Engineering or Automobile
Engineering from recognized University recognized by the University Grants Commission or any equivalent qualification. OR
2) Diploma in Automobile Engineering and
Must hold a Motor Driving License and have experience in driving motor vehicles for a period of not less than 3 years and possess Heavy Transport vehicle endorsement.
à Provided that where persons with 3 years experience in driving motor vehicles are not available, persons with two years experience in driving motor vehicles may be appointed.
à In case of Women, they must hold a Motor Vehicle driving license, if they are holder of Light Motor Vehicle Driving License only, they shall acquire the Heavy Transport Vehicle Endorsement within two years of their joining the service as Assistant Motor Vehicles Inspector, failing which their services will be terminated.
Age: 21 years to 34 years
Physical Requirements: For details of physical requirements of the candidates see in APPSC AMVI notification: http://website.apspsc.gov.in/Documents/NOTIFICATIONS/186.pdf
Mode of Selection: Through written test
APPSC Assistant Motor Vehicle Inspector Written Examination will be held at…
How to apply: Through Online
Application Process starts on: 22nd January 2013
Last date to apply: 21st February 2013
APPSC Assistant Motor Vehicle Inspector Exam will be held on 26th May 2013.
APPSC Assistant Motor Vehicle Inspector Exam Hall Tickets Download: Before 10 days of the exam.
Written Exam Scheme:
The written exam will be conducted in objective type mode.
1. Paper I : General Studies – 150 marks
2. Paper II: Concerned Subject (Automobile Engg. Diploma Standard) – 150 marks
Syllabus for the exam: The written exam syllabus available in detailed notification issued by APPSC.
For detailed notification see here: http://website.apspsc.gov.in/Documents/NOTIFICATIONS/186.pdf
For more details see in http://apspsc.gov.in/ website.