APPSC Gr III Executive Officer AP Endowments Department Hall Tickets Download

APPSC Gr III  Executive Officer AP Endowments Department Hall Tickets Download E-Admit Card Hall Tickets for the Executive Officer Grade-III in A.P.Endowments Sub-Service- Notification No.24/2021 are available for download - (Published on 15/07/2022) Hall Tickets Download APPSC Gr III Executive Officer AP Endowments Officer. APPSC Gr III Executive Officer AP Endowments Officer Download Admit Cards for Screening Test.
HALL TICKET FOR SCREENING TEST (Objective Type - offline )

Brief Details of the Download Hall Tickets:

  • Number of Vacancies: 60
  • Qualification: Degree
  • Recruiting Agency: APPSC
  • Hall Tickets Mode ONLINE Download

Hall Tickets Download APPSC Gr III Executive Officer AP Endowments Officer

APPSC has released the Hall Tickets/ Admit Cards for APPSC Grade III Executive Officer in AP Endowments Department. The Candidates have to download the E-Admit Card from the Official Website. Details furnished below.

How to download the AP Endowments Department Grade III Hall Ticket

  • First Click the Official Website Link given below
  • Then go to LOGIN Button (direct Link provided below)
  • Enter your Credentials and Login to the Website
  • Move to Download Hall Tickets Section on the Right Corner
  • Click on Download Hall Tickets
  • Click on Get Hall Tickets and Download the Hall Ticket.
Date of Exam: 24/07/2022 FN (Sunday) Time: 11:00 AM to 01:30 PM
Section-A General Studies & Mental Ability
Section –B Hindu Philosophy and Temple System
The candidate should produce an original valid Photo Identification Card issued by the Govt. of A.P. / India, i.e., Aadhar Card, Voter ID, Govt., Employee ID, Pan Card, Passport or Driving License etc, along with Hall Ticket for admission to the examination. The Hall Ticket shall be retained, till finalization of the recruitment process.
2. If any candidate received the Hall Ticket without photo / blurred photo / too small photo / photo without signature, those candidates should bring 3 Passport size photos duly attested by Gazetted Officer and hand over to the Invigilator in the examination hall, failing which the candidate will not be admitted to the examination.

3. Candidates are allowed inside the test examination centre from 10:30 AM Grace period of 15 minutes would be allowed up to 10:45 AM. No candidate will be allowed after 10:45 AM into the centre because filling of details in answer sheet takes time and also inconvenience would be caused to others after start of examination. Candidates are advised to check the location of examination centre in advance and also reach the examination centre early to avoid last minute rush.

4. Candidates will be permitted to appear for the Test, only after their credentials are verified by centre officials and after frisking to ensure that no prohibited articles are carried (writing pads & hand bags are also not allowed). APPSC will not make any arrangements for safe custody of prohibited devices and candidates shall make their own arrangements.

5. Candidates are not allowed to bring any Electronic devices such as Mobile/ Cell phones, calculators, Tablets, I-Pad, Bluetooth, Pagers or any other device capable of interacting/programming to the examination Centre. Any violation of the above leads to disqualification of candidature.

6. The total duration of the examination is 150 minutes. The paper will be in English with Telugu translation. The English version will be considered as authentic for valuation purpose.

7. Candidates will not be permitted to leave the examination hall till the expiry of full time. If any candidate leaves the examination hall in the middle, he would be disqualified.

8. The candidate shall check the OMR Answer sheet, Test Booklet and read the instructions before commencing the examination. The candidate should use ball pen (blue/black) to encode Test Booklet series (A or B or C or D) at appropriate places in the answer sheet. Failure to encode/wrong encoding will lead to invalidation of answer sheet. Writing on OMR sheet at other than specified places, will lead to invalidation of Answer sheet.

9. 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.

10. The candidates are also informed that under no circumstances should the candidate take away the main answer sheet and if he/she does so he/she will be disqualified.

11. On the OMR sheets the candidates have to bubble only by Ball Point pen (Blue/Black). Bubbling by Pencil/Ink pen/Gel pen is not permitted in the examination.

12. Use of whitener or any other marker on OMR sheet will lead to disqualification. Possession of whitener or any other marker other than Ballpoint Pen in the examination hall will lead to disqualification of the candidature.

13. The candidate should put the signature and get the signature of the invigilator at the appropriate places in the Answer sheet.

14. If any, Bio-data details (Name, Gender, Date of Birth, District/Zone, Community & Creamy Layer status, PH Category etc...) are missed or wrongly printed in the Hall ticket & Nominal Roll, candidates can update the correct details in the Nominal Roll available with invigilator. After this, no further opportunity will be given to make any corrections in the matter.

15. The candidate should not mark answer choices on the Test Booklet (Question paper) under any circumstances.

16. Frequent visits to the toilets are not permitted. Candidates are advised to use the toilet facility only in case of extreme necessity. If any candidates are found to be indulging in discussions or malpractice near the toilets or corridors or any other places after going out of the Hall under the plea for going to toilet or otherwise they would be disqualified.

17. Candidates are prohibited from communicating, consulting or conversing with other candidates in the Examination hall or causing disturbance in any manner whatsoever. Candidates are prohibited to borrow any item from other candidates in the Exam-Hall
18. Candidates are expected to behave in orderly and disciplined manner while taking the examination. In case of impersonation/ disorder /Rowdy behavior during examination, necessary FIR for the incident will be lodged with concerned Police station apart from disqualifying the candidature. The centre Superintendent/Chief invigilator is dully authorized to take spot action in such cases.

19. Violation of any of the instructions may lead to invalidation of Answer Sheet besides penal action. Rules of punishment are governed by Regulation PME notified vide G.O.Ms.No.385, GAD (Ser-A) Dept., Dt: 18/10/2016 with regard to Malpractice / Misbehavior in the examinations conducted by the APPSC. For details candidates shall refer to the G.O available on website of APPSC.

20. NEGATIVE MARKS: as per G.O.Ms.No.235, finance (HR-I, Plg & Policy) Dept., dt.06/12/2016, for each wrong answer will be penalized with 1/3rd of the marks prescribed for the question would be deducted.

21. In case the persons with benchmark disabilities (not lesser than 40 percent) in the category of blindness, loco motor disability (both arm affected-BA) and cerebral palsy, the facility of scribe assistant shall be given, if so desired by the person. In case the candidate is allowed to bring his own scribe, the qualification of the scribe should be one step below the qualification of the candidate taking examination. The compensatory time will be twenty (20) minutes per hour of examination per persons who are allowed use of scribe. The candidates, not availing the facility of scribe will be allowed additional time of Fifty(50) minutes for each session of 150 minutes duration, as per Office Memo F.No.34-02/2015-DD-III, Government of India-Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Department of Empowerment of persons with Disabilities, dated 29/08/2018.

22. Candidates are advised not to bring the Original Certificates like S.S.C, Intermediate, Degree, Integrated Community certificates, Non-Creamy Layer for B.C candidates, Study from Class-IV to X to the examination hall but keep them ready for production at a later date.

23. Admission / Appearing to the Screening Test does not confer ipso facto right for consideration to the Mains Examination / Selection.

24. For any further clarification please read the Notification No.24/2021 available at