Number of vacancies, exam pattern, selection procedure and details of written exams of Traffic Supervisor and Mechanical Supervisor recruitments by APSRTC
A fresh notification has been released by APSRTC for the posts of Traffic Supervisors and Mechanical Supervisors.
Number of vacancies in APSRTC
- Traffic Supervisors Trainee – 207 posts
- Mechanical Supervisors Trainee – 212 posts
Last date for receiving applications: 20th November, 2010. Visit www. Apsrtc.gov.in for online applications.
1. Traffic Supervisor candidates need not write Engineering aptitude test.
2. Mechanical supervisors candidates need not write numerical aptitude.
3. Those candidates who apply for both the posts will have to write engineering aptitude and numerical aptitude also. An additional 35 minutes time will be given to these candidates.
4. Candidates who apply for both posts should have a degree in BTech/AMIE/BE mechanical or automobile engineering.
5. Question paper will be in objective type.
6. There will be no negative marks in this examination.
- Traffic Supervisor Trainee: A pass in degree from any recognized university is the qualification that the candidates should possess.
- Mechanical Supervisors Trainee: Diploma in Automobile/Mechanical Engineering or degree in BE/BTech/AMIE/Mechanical/Automobile engineering.
Candidates will have to be between 18 and 25 years of age by 1s July, 2010. Exemptions apply in certain cases.
Zonal/Local candidatures: 30% of total posts are filled by merit. Remaining 70% posts will be allotted to only to local candidates.
Training period: Selected candidates will have to undergo training for a period of 1 year. Rs.9,280 will be paid as stipend for this period.
Scale of pay: Candidates who complete the training successfully will be appointed as Deputy Superintendents. They will receive a salary of Rs.24,000 for month.
Details of written exam
|Subjects||Medium of question paper||Traffic supervisorNo. of questions||Mechanical supervisorNo.of questions||Questions for both exams|
Likely topics in Interview
- Personal information
- Personality development
- Leadership qualities
- Communication skills
Higher qualified candidates will be given priority in the interview. Marks obtained in degree are also important. There is higher chance of success in the interview if the candidate has NCC of sports certificate.