Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission Exam on February 6; check details here
The Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC), Itanagar, announced the dates of the APPSC main examination 2021. The APPSC declared that it will be conducting them on February 6, 2021.
The commission released an official notification to state that the online admit cards for the recruitment exam and the detailed schedule of the examination will be published on its official website at aapsc.gov.in within three to four weeks before the commencement of the exam.
All the candidates who managed to qualify for the preliminary exam and are hence eligible to sit the mains exams are advised to go through the notice carefully. They will be required to submit a detailed application form (DAF) within 6 pm on December 15 by visiting the website. The notice specifically mentions that only those who manage to submit the online DAF successfully will get the chance to sit in the mains test.
As the commission is conducting the exams amidst a pandemic situation, candidates will have to adhere to strict new rules and guidelines. Thus candidates appearing for the APPSC main exams are advised to regularly visit the official website of the Arunachal Pradesh commission to get timely updates and detailed information about the upcoming examination. They are also advised to not trust any unofficial source for APPSC news.
The head members of the APPSC are taking stringent steps to ensure proper conduct of the recruitment drive exam. It has been reported by local media that the APPSC Chairman Nipo Nabam and secretary AR Talwade have met the Governor of Arunachal Pradesh Brigadier (Dr) BD Mishra at Raj Bhavan in Itanagar earlier this week to discuss methods and protocols that need to be erected to safely conduct the APPSC (Main) examination 2021.
The governor gave his valuable input during the meeting. According to reports, he gave emphasis on making the question papers exactly based on the given syllabus so that no candidate has an issue. He also appreciated the efforts put in by the district administrations and the state police.