Organisation : AP Postal Circle Andhra Pradesh
Announcement : Answer Key
Designation : Postman / Mail Guard Examination 2015
Reference Number : Notification No. RE/1-22/PM &MG/DR/2013 & 2014
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For submitting your objection/observation : appost.in/ansccc/
Home Page : http://appost.in/
Result for Postman/Mailguard Examination 2015 : https://www.resultin.org/425.html
Postman / Mail Guard Recruitment Examination 2015 Key
SET A : https://www.resultin.org/uploads/371-PM%202015%20SET-A.PDF
SET B : https://www.resultin.org/uploads/371-PM%202015%20SET-B.PDF
The Answer keys of SET A and SET B of Part A , B C(i) and C(ii) in r/o Postman / Mail Guard Examination held on 12.04.2015 is uploaded in the website.
The candidates are hereby advised to record their objections / observations if any quoting the Question number the part i.e, A, B, C(i)and C(ii) etc,. with full details of objections/ observations quoting the authority i.,e source like text book, website, any other such references. The last date and time for recording objections/ observations in the website is fixed as upto 17:00 hrs on 17.04.2015.
No objections/ Observations recorded after the said time and date will not be taken into consideration. This is for favour of information of all the candidates.
Last Date for submission of objection / observation in r/o KEY for Postman / Mail Guard Exam 2015 held on 12.04.2015 is 17.04.2015 upto 17:00 Hrs.
Based on the marks obtained in the Aptitude Test, a merit list of qualified candidates will he prepared in each Postal/RMS Division separately. As per the availability of vacancies as notified above, selection will be made in the respective unit based on the merit list among the candidates applied for that particular Division/Unit.
Qualifying marks :
a) Parts A & B- Minimum 10 marks for OC, 8 marks for SC/ST and 9 marks for OBC candidates in each part.
b) Part C (Two segments) – Minimum 10 marks for OC, 8 marks for SC/ST and 9 marks for OBC candidates in each segment.
c) 40 marks for OC, 33 marks for SC/ST and 37 marks for OBC candidates in aggregate with the condition as A & B above.
Total Marks : 100
There will be one paper comprising of following four parts.
Part ‘A’ 25 Marks – 25 Questions on General Knowledge, Reasoning and analytical ability- Multiple Choice Question
Part ‘B’ 25 Marks – 25 Questions on Mathematics – Multiple Choice Questions
Part ‘C’ Two Segments
(i) 25 Marks – 25 Questions – English language – Objective Type / Multiple Choice Questions
(ii) 25 Marks – 25 Questions – Telugu language – Objective Type / Multiple Choice Questions