The Government of Andhra Pradesh, the Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) has issued a notification for the recruitment of 5 Royalty Inspector post vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Royalty Inspector posting, are eligible to apply for Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) Royalty Inspector Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) recruitment 2017 must have completed in Must possess a B.Sc., Degree in Geology from any recognized University of India established or incorporated by or under a Central or a State sector an Institution recognized by the University Grants Commission provided that candidates having Practical experience for a period of not less than two years in the investigation of mineral deposits and geological mapping or mining or underground water resources Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC)recruitment 2017. The age limit minimum 18 to maximum 42years as on 30.12.2016.
Name of the Organization: Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC)
Official Website: www.psc.ap.gov.in
Location: Andhra Pradesh
Name of the Post (Designation): Royalty Inspector
Total Number of Vacancies: 5
Age Limit: 18-42 years
Educational Qualification: Must possess a B.Sc., Degree in Geology from any recognized University of India established or incorporated by or under a Central or a State sector an Institution recognized by the University Grants Commission provided that candidates having Practical experience for a period of not less than two years in the investigation of mineral deposits and geological mapping or mining or underground water resources.
Selection Procedure: In case screening test is conducted as referred above, based on the Merit in screening test, candidates will be picked up in the ratio of 50 per one notified post for the main examination in order of General Merit. In case where no screening test is held, all the eligible applicants would be allowed to appear for the main examination. The Final Selection of Candidates For Appointment To The Posts Shall Be Based On The Merit In The Computer Based Main Examination, To Be Held As Per The Scheme Of Examination Enunciated At Para 7 Above
Pay Scale: 29,760-80,930/- Per Month
Application Fee: Applicant must pay 250/- (Rupees Two Hundred and Fifty Only) towards application processing fee and 120/- (Rupees one hundred and twenty only) towards Examination Fee. However, the following categories of candidates are exempted from payment of examination fee Rs.120/- only.
Apply Mode: Online processes
Last date for application is: 30th January 2017
These inspections include reviews of case records, personnel files and police premises. A police inspector is responsible for inspecting for quality standards in appearance, efficiency and conduct, which includes interacting with his or her subordinates and laboring over the command's records. Another responsibility of a police inspector involves preparing reports to higher authorities that detail his findings related to efficiency, conduct and the condition of the police force. When applicable, a police inspector may also have to testify in court based on the findings, according to the New Jersey Civil Service Commission. When emergencies within the department occur, a police inspector, as second in command, may take over supervisory duties and direct personnel to ensure the community is safe. When the police chief is unable to perform duties, a police inspector may be responsible for taking over the duties of this post.
The A.P. Public Service Commission came in to existence on 1st November, 1956 with the formation of the State of Andhra Pradesh. Before this, there was Andhra Public Service Commission in the Andhra State and Hyderabad Public Service Commission in the Hyderabad State. Andhra Service Commission came in to existence only in 1953 after the bifurcation of composite Madras State into Andhra and Madras States. On the eve of formation of Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission, Andhra Public Service Commission was functioning with a Chairman and two Members and Hyderabad Public Service Commission was functioning with one Member. Hence, A.P. Public Service Commission was constituted with a Chairman and 3 Members. With increasing work load, Government enhanced the Members as five in the year 1981 and later to Chairman and 7 Members in the year 1983. Government again reviewed the strength in 1994 and enhanced it to Chairman and 9 Members. This is the present strength.