The APSC Results 2011 (2009) was announced on 30th January 2012 and the list of Roll Nos. who has passed in the above mentioned written test is published for online as well as offline viewing. It is known that a total of 13,747 candidates appeared in it and out of them only 3,220 candidates were able to qualify successfully for the next level i.e. APSC Mains Examination. Some more statistics regarding the result indicates that out of all the 3,220 successful candidates, 976 of them are females, 712 are of SC/ST category and 54 candidates are from Physically Handicapped category including 2 blinds.
It can be further mentioned that there were around 30,346 applicants who submitted their application for APSC Recruitment but only 28,149 applicants were found eligible to appear in the examination. The category-wise statistics of the number of candidates who passed in the Preliminary examinations are 1,657 from General Category, 220 in Scheduled Caste, 342 in Scheduled Tribes (Plains), 150 in Scheduled Tribes (Hills) and rest of 851 candidates from Other Backward Classes (OBC). The Combined Competitive (Mains) examination 2009 is expected to be conducted towards the month of May-June 2012.
All the selected candidates can approach the office of the Assam Public Service Commission to obtain the prescribed application forms in order to apply for the APSC Mains Examination. They can also opt for downloading the application form from the official website of the commission which can be accessed through the link at www.apsc.nic.in. The completed forms duly filled-up with necessary particulars must be submitted on or before 24th February 2012.
The commission has also listed the names and roll nos. of 28 candidates who's OMR Answer Sheet were not evaluated and the reason mentioned for non-evaluation was the absence of the Series Code in the GS Paper as notified by the Principal Controller of Examination, APSC. You can download this list along with the actual results from the attachment links given below. You can also find herewith the location of the paper-wise syllabus for the C.C. (Mains) exam which is provided in the official website of Assam Public Service Commission.