Monday, June 3, 2013
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Friday, November 9, 2012
Monday, September 24, 2012
Friday, June 8, 2012
(1). Question Paper for Paper – II (Computer Literacy) (certificate standard) will be comprising of three subjects i.e., (a) Office Automation (b) PC Maintenance and Trouble Shooting (c) Web Designing for 150 questions/150 marks instead of Three Optional subjects as notified in the Commission’s Notification.
(2) The Written Examination will be held on 08/07/2012 at 5 Centers i.e., 1.Hyderabad 2.Vishakapatnam 3.Vijayawada 4.Tirupathi and 5.Warangal, instead of 9 Centers notified in the Notification.
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
NOTIFICATION NO. 39/2011
Name of the Service Existing Read as
Executive Posts 119 119
Non-Executive Posts 406 502
Online submission is scheduled between 27/04/2012 to 27/05/2012 and Written Examination will be held on 15/07/2012. Candidates are advised to view the Commission’s Website: (www.apspsc.gov.in) for details.
Thursday, October 13, 2011
Downloading of Hall Tickets is in progress. For the first time in history of APPSC two important changes are being introduced from this examination.
1. The OMR Sheets have to bubbled only by Ball Point Pen (Blue or Black). Bubbling by pencil / Ink Pen / Gel Pen is not permitted in this examination.
2. OMR Sheets supplied to the candidates consist of two copies, the original copy and duplicate copy below. After completion of the examination the candidates should handover the original OMR Answer Sheet (top sheet) to the invigilator and carry the bottom sheet (duplicate) for his / her record.
3. The candidates are also informed under no circumstances should the candidate take away the main Answer Sheet and if he does so he will be disqualified.
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Saturday, July 2, 2011
Project Arrow was launched by department of posts (DoP) in August 2008. This project is an initiative to transform India Post into a vibrant and responsive organization and to make a visible and positive difference in postal operations to benefit the customers.
The department has plans to implement the project in 500 post offices across the country. Initially the department identified 50 post offices across Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Jharkhand, North East, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand covering all the 10 Postal Circles.
The project aims at revitalising the organisation, capitalising on its strengths and recognising and dealing with the weak areas of the department by sustained, sincere and honest team effort. Following are some of the objects of the project:
1. To bring the rural populace in direct communication with the outside world, what department of posts calls them ” Window to the World” for the people in the rural areas.
2. Bring benefits of development to the doorsteps of the rural customers
3. To emerge out as a one-stop shop for retail products
4. To offer a single window facility for banking, money remittances and other financial products and services including social and civic initiatives such as the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme and National Old Age Pension Scheme.
5. To strengthen the business development and marketing division of department of posts.
1. ‘Project Arrow’ aims to transform the existing India Post infrastructure at an estimated investment of Rs 900 crore across the country. The
post offices would undergo a makeover with upgradation of its services through IT enabled procedures.
2. All the post offices under Project Arrow will look similar.
3. The most visible aspect would be the colour of the walls — white with a red border.
4. The counters at such post offices will also have uniformity as with the post boxes.
5. The counters would be painted red and the chairs and benches white.
6. The wall facing the writing ledge in the post office would be painted yellow.
7. The postmen would be given red bags and the staffers would wear red jackets to be worn over their dress.
8. The internal changes proposed are installation of departmental software, training postal staff and improving the services.
9. A “Blue Book” will guide the employees of the depeartment on how to do a particular activity and in what time.
Friday, February 11, 2011
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Thursday, February 3, 2011
Thursday, January 27, 2011
Chief Guests at Republic Day of India (26th January Parades): Since 1950, India has been hosting head of state or government of another country as the state guest of honour for Republic Day celebrations in New Delhi. Since 1955 parade is being presenting at Rajpath. The guest country is chosen after a deliberation of strategic, economic and political interests.
Following is the list of all Chief guest invited to attend Republic Day of India (26th January) since 1950 to 2011:
|Year||Chief Guest Name||Country|
|1954||King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck||Bhutan|
|1955||Governor General Malik Ghulam Muhammad (first guest for parade at Rajpath)||Pakistan|
|1958||Marshall Ye Jianying||People’s Republic of China|
|1960||President Kliment Voroshilov||Soviet Union|
|1961||Queen Elizabeth II||United Kingdom|
|1963||King Norodom Sihanouk||Cambodia|
|1965||Food and Agriculture Minister Rana Abdul Hamid||Pakistan|
|1968||Prime Minister Alexei Kosygin and President Josip Broz Tito||Soviet Union Yugoslavia|
|1969||Prime Minister of Bulgaria Todor Zhivkov||Bulgaria|
|1971||President Julius Nyerere||Tanzania|
|1972||Prime Minister Seewoosagur Ramgoolam||Mauritius|
|1973||President Mobutu Sese Seko||Zaire|
|1974||President Josip Broz Tito and Prime Minister Sirimavo Ratwatte Dias Bandaranaike||Yugoslavia Sri Lanka|
|1975||President Kenneth Kaunda||Zambia|
|1976||Prime Minister Jacques Chirac||France|
|1977||First Secretary Edward Gierek||Poland|
|1978||President Patrick Hillery||Ireland|
|1979||Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser||Australia|
|1980||President Valéry Giscard d’Estaing||France|
|1981||President Jose Lopez Portillo||Mexico|
|1982||King Juan Carlos I||Spain|
|1983||President Shehu Shagari||Nigeria|
|1984||King Jigme Singye Wangchuck||Bhutan|
|1985||President Raúl Alfonsín||Argentina|
|1986||Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou||Greece|
|1987||President Alan Garcia||Peru|
|1988||President Junius Jayewardene||Sri Lanka|
|1989||General Secretary Nguyen Van Linh||Vietnam|
|1990||Prime Minister Anerood Jugnauth||Mauritius|
|1991||President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom||Maldives|
|1992||President Mário Soares||Portugal|
|1993||Prime Minister John Major||United Kingdom|
|1994||Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong||Singapore|
|1995||President Nelson Mandela||South Africa|
|1996||President Dr. Fernando Henrique Cardoso||Brazil|
|1997||Prime Minister Basdeo Panday||Trinidad and Tobago|
|1998||President Jacques Chirac||France|
|1999||King Birendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev||Nepal|
|2000||President Olusegun Obasanjo||Nigeria|
|2001||President Abdelaziz Bouteflika||Algeria|
|2002||President Cassam Uteem||Mauritius|
|2003||President Mohammed Khatami||Iran|
|2004||President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva||Brazil|
|2005||King Jigme Singye Wangchuck||Bhutan|
|2006||King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Saud||Saudi Arabia|
|2007||President Vladimir Putin||Russia|
|2008||President Nicolas Sarkozy||France|
|2009||President Nursultan Nazarbayev||Kazakhstan|
|2010||President Lee Myung Bak||Republic of Korea|
|2011||President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono||Indonesia|