The written test will be conducted on Sunday. The VRO test will be held between 10:00 am and 12:00 pm while VRA test from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm. The VRO exam will be conducted at 3,758 centers and the VRA test at 254 centers in Andhra Pradesh.
Besides, the candidates can also get access to model question papers, sample OMR sheet and syllabus through the official website. However, the candidates will have to be punctual as they won’t be allowed to attempt their paper if they become late even by a second.
It has further been learnt that question papers will be provided in Telugu, English and Urdu in the VRO and VRA written tests. More than 3,000 and another 299 candidates will be appearing for VRO and VRA written test respectively in Urdu language.
Apart from that, special reservations will be provided to physically handicapped candidates for which 31, 217 candidates have applied.
In case photos don’t get downloaded in the VRA/VRO test hall tickets, candidates will have to carry three photographs along with them to the examination centre. The posts for VRO and VRA will be filled up purely on the basis of merit.