Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission has been constituted by the State Government of Andhra Pradesh in the year 1956, with the focus of directly hiring eligible candidates for various positions across different government departments of Andhra Pradesh. This recruitment body also provides vital advice to the government on special issues related to employment and transfer of government officials. And not just Andhra Pradesh, but several other states of India have constituted their respective Public Service Commissions, taking due care of all issues related to recruitment, training and transfer of government officials. Rajasthan Public Service Commission, BPSC, UKPSC are other authorized recruitment bodies for the states of Rajasthan, Bihar and Uttarakhand respectively. However, all these state commissions work in accordance with the heading commission, UPSC.

Recruitment for numerous government service vacancies has been declared by Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission, with some more to be announced around this year. Comprehensive information on the eligibility criteria, pay scale, and other application particulars are available at the official website of APPSC. Different positions for which recruitment have already been announced are Assistant Audit Officer, Municipal Commissioner Grade II, Mandal Parishad Development Officer, Lab Secretary, Assistant Prohibition and Excise Superintendent, District Tribal Officer, District Welfare Officers, Deputy Collectors, District Panchayati Raj Officers, Deputy Registrar, Assistant Treasury Officer, Divisional Fire Officer, Commercial Tax Officer, and District Employment Officer. It is vital to note here that these vacancies are based on Andhra Pradesh State Government only, and other state Public Service Commissions like Rajasthan Public Service Commission may have diverse recruitment necessities.

A new vacancy for the position of Lecturer in government Polytechnic colleges of Andhra Pradesh has also been declared. Additionally, 35 more vacancies are available for the position of Fisheries Development Officers in various A.P Fisheries Services. 132 new vacancies have also been declared for different departments in Mathematics, Engineering, English, Physics, Geology, Pharmacy, and Chemistry. The pay scale for these positions is determined to be Rs.14860-39540/-. Fifteen other vacancies have been notified for the position of Assistant Conservator of Forests in Andhra Pradesh Forest Services. This new post comes with a pay scale of Rs. 20680 – 46960/-. All these vacancies are governed by UPSC.

The state governments in India have constituted their respective Public Service Commissions, like Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission, UKPSC, Rajasthan Public Service Commission, etc. For detailed recruitment information, check with the official website of UPSC, or refer to local newspapers and employment news.

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