APPSC Group I, Group II and Group III Posts Gazetted and Non-Gazetted Officers Syllabus AP GO 141 released on 01-08-2016. As per G.O. Ms. No.141 Dated: 01.08.2016 direct recruitment through APPSC Posts Group I, Group II and Group III Services and Gazetted and Non-Gazetted categories - Revised - Orders released,
APPSC Group I, Group II and Group III Posts Gazetted and Non-Gazetted Officers Syllabus AP GO 141:
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In the Government Order 12th read above orders were issued asking APPSC to issue notification for Group-I, Group-II, Group-III and other Services.
2. In the Government orders 10th and 11th read above, the Scheme of Examination for Group-I, II and III was revised by reorganizing services under Group-IA and IB, Group-II and Gazetted and Non-Gazetted Services. The Government orders 11th read above also prescribed the Examination Scheme for various services.
3. Government of India have issued orders to discontinue interviews for all Group-C and certain Group-B category and equivalent posts vide reference 13th read above. In the Memo 14th Read above Government of India has also listed the action taken by various State Governments which dispensed with interviews for various middle and lower level Government posts.
4. In the Government orders 10th read above, services which are much inferior to Group-IA Services are also prescribed 5 papers of descriptive tests for 750 marks along with interviews for 75 marks by clubbing with much superior Group-IA services. The same order specifies requirement for interview for lower level Gazetted and non-Gazetted posts.
5. The Government have re-examined the requirement of descriptive tests and interviews for lower level posts and in light of the national policy. In the interest of fairness and objectivity and in exercise of powers vested with Government as per Article 320 of Constitution of India and as per Regulation 14A of AP. Public Service Commission's Regulations, 1963 the Government direct that the classification of categories as done in the reference twelfth read above shall be followed for direct recruitment to various posts. Accordingly, the Government also direct that the Scheme of Examinations for various Services be as annexed to this order.
6. For the purposes of this G.O. the Group – I (A) services shall be treated as Group-I services and the Group – I (B) services are to be treated as included in Group – II services specified in G.O. Ms. No.110, dated:17.06.2016 (reference 12th read above).
7. The Principal Secretary, A.P. Public Service Commission shall take necessary action in the matter.
(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)
SPECIAL CHIEF SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT
G.O. Ms. No.141, Finance (HR-I Plg. & Policy Department, Dt.:01.08.2016) SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR RECRUITMENT TO GROUP-I(A) SERVICES:
Screening Test (Objective Type)
General Studies and Mental Ability
(10th Standard - Qualifying for Interviews)
History and Cultural Heritage of India with Emphasis on
20th Century History of India
Social History of Andhra Pradesh i.e., the history of various
social and cultural movements in Andhra Pradesh
General overview of the Indian constitution
Planning in India & Indian Economy
Land Reforms and social changes in Andhra Pradesh after
Andhra Pradesh’s Economy present status, its strengths
The role and Impact of Science & Technology in the
development of India with emphasis on the applied aspects.
General awareness with the modern trends in life sciences
Development and environment problems
Data appreciation and Interpretation
The candidates will be asked to draw their own conclusion
from the data presented in a tabular form in graphical or
Problem solving - duly structured situation will
presented to the candidate and they will be asked to
suggest their own solution to the problem arising out of
situation. Alternatively, they may be called upon to prove
the understanding of the situation by answering certain
searching questions based on the situation