AP DSC 2020 Commissioner of School Education, Andhra Pradesh will going to conduct AP DSC 2020 exam.Government going to release notification in Jan 2020, for various teacher post in state of AP. Nearly 20,000+ post is still vacant in state of AP.Candidates who have been eagerly waiting for the notification of AP DSC/ AP TET cum TRT can now feel a sigh of relief as the Education Minister of Andhra Pradesh has given a clarity on the recruitment exam. Almost 20,000+ teaching positions are lying vacant in Andhra Pradesh.
About AP TRT/ AP DSC
AP TRT or AP DSC is a teacher recruitment test conducted by the State Government of Andhra Pradesh to fill vacant posts in government schools across the state. The posts include Secondary Grade Teacher (SGT) posts, SA (School Assistants), PGT (Post Graduate Teachers), Language Pandits and PETs (Physical Education Trainers). On the other hand, the recruitment of teachers for AP Model Schools also comes under the ambit of AP DSC.
About AP TET cum TRT 2020
AP TET cum TRT is the new addition to AP TRT. Recently, NCTE issued a notification stating that B.Ed graduates are eligible for Secondary Grade Teacher (SGT) posts in government schools across the state. Therefore, the state government has to tweak its eligibility rules for SGT graduates. Instead of conducting TET again, the state government has included TET in TRT. 80% of weightage will be given to TRT, while TET will have only 20% weightage.
AP DSC 2020 Important Dates
The official dates for AP DSC and AP TET cum TRT 2020 will be updated soon. The important dates of AP DSC will help aspirants to keep a track of important dates of the recruitment dates. The AP TRT and AP TET cum TRT tentative dates 2019-20 can be checked below –
|AP TET/DSC and AP TET cum TRT 2020 official notification release date||February 2020|
|Online form submission for AP TET/DSC and AP TET cum TRT 2020||To be notified|
|Online fee payment for AP TET/DSC and AP TET cum TRT 2020||To be notified|
|Selection of Exam Centres||To be notified|
|Availability of AP TRT/DSC and AP TET cum TRT mock test 2020||To be notified|
|Availability of AP TRT/DSC and AP TET cum TRT Hall Tickets 2020||To be notified|
|AP TRT 2019 and AP TET cum TRT Exam Dates 2020||To be notified|
|AP DSC 2020 Merit List and Results||To be notified|
Eligibility Criteria for AP DSC 2020
The eligibility criteria for AP DSC 2020 is different, and it varies from post to post. Therefore, it is advisable to check the post wise eligibility criteria so that there will be no fusion with regard to AP TRT and AP TET cum TRT 2020.
|Name of the Post||Eligibility Criteria|
|School Assistants (Non-Languages)|
|School Assistants (Languages)|
|Post Graduate Teacher Posts (PGT)|
|Secondary Grade Teacher (SGT)|
|PET (Physical Education Trainers)|
AP DSC Application Fee:
Candidates can pay the Application Fee of Rs. 500/-
The fee can be submitted through Online
AP DSC 2020 Number of Vacant Posts Available
The list of vacancies for AP DSC/ AP TET cum TRT 2020 will be updated here soon. According to sources, almost 12,000 to 15,000 posts are lying vacant in various government schools across the state.
Here is the complete list of the number of vacant posts available for SA, PGT, TGT, SGT, Principals, Language Pandits, and PET posts in government schools across the state.
AP DSC Admit Card 2020
AP TRT and AP TET cum TRT 2019-20 admit card will be available in March 2020. The applicants will have to download the admit card through the official website of CSE AP. The admit card can be downloaded by entering Application ID and Date of Birth/ Mobile Number and Date of Birth/ Aadhaar Number and Date of Birth. The admit card of AP TRT and AP TET cum TRT will have Date and Session of the exam, exam venue, instructions and time of the exam. The candidates must read the instructions printed on the hall ticket.
AP DSC Merit List and Results 2020
The candidates who feature in the merit list will be called for the certificate verification process. AP DSC cutoff will be also announced along with merit list. The selection of candidates will be based on his/her position in the merit list and vacancies.