APPSC Group II Services Posts, Exam Pattern/ Recruitment Scheme

APPSC Group II Services Posts, Exam Pattern/ Recruitment Scheme

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APPSC Group II Services Posts, Exam Pattern/ Recruitment Scheme

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APPSC Group II Services Posts:
1. Municipal Commissioner Gr.III
2. Dy. Tahsildar
3. Sub-Registrar Gr. II
4. Asst. Commercial Tax Officer
5. Asst Labour Officer
6. Senior Auditor
7. Assistant Section Officer
8. Senior Accountant
9. Junior Accountant
10. Assistant Section Officer
11. Assistant Section Officer
12. Assistant Section Officer

APPSC Group II Services Posts Exam Pattern/ Recruitment Scheme
Subject (1) Marks (2)
Screening Test 150
Main Examination
Paper-I General Studies 150
Paper-II 150
i. Social History of Andhra Pradesh i.e., the history of various Social and Cultural movements in Andhra Pradesh
ii. General overview of the Indian Constitution
Paper-III 150
  Planning in India and Indian Economy Contemporary problems and Developments in Rural Society with special reference to Andhra Pradesh

READ | APPSC Online Screening Test, Main Exam for Group II Services

a) Current Affairs – Issues of National and International importance in politics, Economics, Society, Science, Technology, Arts, Sports, Culture and Governance.

b) Constitution of India with emphasis on Federalism, Fundamental Rights, Fundamental duties, Union and State Governments, Judiciary, Judicial Review, Local Government, Directive Principles of State Policy, Union and State Legislature, Administration and Legislative relations between Union and State Governments, Scheduled and Tribal Area Administration.

c) Economic Development of India – Economy in Medieval India, pre Independence Indian economy, Development Plans and Economic and Industrial Policies of Independent India. Liberalizations, Privatization, Globalization, Labour Policies of Union and State Governments, role of Agriculture and Green Revolution in India. Economic disparities between regions and population categories.

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