The Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) issued a set of regulations on Thursday that must be strictly followed by disabled candidates making screening tests for Group I services on 8 January.
In a statement on Thursday, Commission Secretary H. Arun Kumar said the exam will take place in two sessions, from 10am to noon and from 2pm to 4pm.
After the grace period (i.e. 9:45am and 1:45pm for the afternoon session) has expired, the candidate will not be able to take the exam again.
He said that for persons with blindness, motor impairment (BA with ambidextrous arms), and those with benchmark impairments (>40%) in the category of cerebral palsy, facilities for scribe assistants would be provided as needed. said. candidate.
“If a candidate is allowed to bring his own scribe, the scribe’s qualifications should be one step lower than the prescribed qualifications for the post,” he said.
Candidates must submit a disability certificate and clerk’s certificate along with a copy of their government-issued proof of identity (passport, PAN card, voter ID, Aadhaar card, government employee ID or driver’s license) and one recent passport-sized photograph of a clerk. details must be submitted. .
He/she must complete an affidavit (provided pro forma) available to the inspector.
“Scribes should only be allowed after verification of the authenticity of the disability and of the scribe’s eligibility by the supreme director of the venue concerned,” he said, adding that the liaison officer and supreme director should: He added that he would check the scribe’s credentials. According to the details declared by the candidate.
“If the clerk’s requirements are genuine, but the clerk accompanying the candidate does not meet the necessary conditions to allow according to the standards, the Chief Superintendent will arrange for the clerk,” he said.