AP DSC 2014 Notification
AP DSC 2014 Notification is Postponed temporarily due to Technical and Legal Issues. It will likely be issued with in 3, 4 days time. DSC 2014 Notification is likely to be issued about 7,000 Posts only instead of 10603/12803. Huge number of candidates have been waiting for this notification from more than a year. As said in the Manifesto, the TDP Govt is going to release notification to fill teacher posts in the 13 districts of Andhra Pradesh. It is expected that Chittoor district tops the list with more than 1600 vacancies and Kadapa District will only have 356 vacancies. However exact number of vacancies will only be cleared once the notification released officially.
AP DSC 2014 SGT School Assistant LP Syllabus
Lot of candidates are eagerly waiting to know about the DSC 2014 Syllabus. It is expected that the old syllabus which has already been used for the DSC 2012 recruitment will again be used for this year recruitment too. In this case, candidates can download the category wise, subject wise syllabus from the given links.
DSC 2014 School Assistants Syllabus
APDSC 2014 School Assistant Telugu Syllabus
APDSC 2014 School Assistant English Syllabus
APDSC 2014 School Assistant Maths Syllabus
APDSC 2014 School Assistant Physics Syllabus
APDSC 2014 School Assistant Biology Syllabus
APDSC 2014 School Assistant Social Studies Syllabus
Language Pandits Syllabus:
APDSC 2014 District Wise Vacancies
DSC 2014 District wise vacancies will be cleared once the official notification is released. There are 13 districts in Andhra Pradesh namely Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam, East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna, Guntur, Prakasam, Nellore, Kadapa, Kurnool, Chittoor and Anantapur. District wise vacancies are as follows
In the last DSC 2012, about 4,00,000 candidates have applied for this recruitment. Written examinations will be held from the 13th December 2014. DSC Results will be declared in the month of January 2015 and after that counselling process will be started. New Teachers will likely be working in schools by the start of new academic year that is 2014-2015.