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AP Public Service Commission is the erstwhile body of the state that is responsible for recruitment of personnel’s at its various offices, in various ministries & in other Government bodies.  It conducts direct recruitments. The vacancies are notified in major dailies of the state. It conducts written examination, interview and training for various vacancies advertised.

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SYLLABUS:-

SCREENING TEST -> OBJECTIVE TYPE

GENERAL STUDIES AND MENTAL ABILITY:-

HISTORY OF INDIA

Emphasis will be on board general understanding of the subject in its social, economic, cultural and political aspects with focus on A.P Indian national movement.

INDIAN POLITY AND ECONOMY:- Including the country’s political system-rural development-planning and economic reforms in India.

WORLD GEOGRAPHY AND GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA WITH A FOCUS ON A.P
GENERAL SCIENCE

Contemporary development in science and technology and their implications including matters of everyday observation and experience, as may be expected of a well-educated person who has not made a special study of any scientific discipline.

CURRENT EVENTS OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE 

Mental ability:-

Reasoning and inferences.

Disaster management

  • Concepts in disaster management and vulnerability profile of India/ state of A.P
  • Earth quakes/ cyclones/ tsunami/ floods/ drought- causes and effects.
  • Manmade disaster- prevention strategies
  • Mitigation strategies/ mitigation measures.

INDIAN POLITY

  • Constitutional development in modern India
  • Drafting of constitution and it’s sources
  • Preamble
  • The union and territory
  • Salient features of Indian constitution
  • System of government

Parliamentary form of government

  • Federalism in India

Nature of the Indian federal system

  • Union legislature (Indian parliament)
  • Composition, Tenure and Qualification
  • Power of Indian- parliament
  • Sovereignty of Indian parliament
  • Parliamentary procedures and terminology
  • Legislative procedure in parliament
  • Budget in parliament
  • Officer of parliament
  • Privileges of legislature in India
  • Parliamentary committees in India
  • Union executive
  • The president
  • The vice president
  • The prime minister and council of ministers
  • President- prime minister- relationship[constitutional provisions]

       10) Judiciary  

  • Independence of Judiciary
  • The supreme court of India
  • The state high courts
  • Subordinate courts
  • Conflict between the Judiciary and legislature in India
  • Tribunals

11) State government

  • State executive
  • Governor
  • Chief Minister and council of ministers
  • Governor- Chief Minister relationship
  • State legislature
  • Special statues of Jammu and Kashmir

12) Centre- state relations

  • Centre- state relations
  • Legislative relations
  • Administrative relations
  • Official language
  • Financial relations
  • National development council
  • Inter-state relations
  • Complaints of stages
  • Recommendations of Sarkaria commission

13) Local self- government

  • New panchayati raj system
  • New urban Local self- government

14) State and citizen

  • Fundamental rights
  • Fundamental duties
  • Directive principles of state policy
  • National emergency provision
  • Emergency in a state
  • Financial emergency
  • Citizenship
  • Constitutional safe guards for SC’s & ST’S and national commision
  • Scheduled areas and tribal areas
  • Constitutional safe guards for DBC, Minorities and Angle-Indians

 15)  Constitutional Authorities

  • Public service commission

b)  Election commission

  • The CAG (computer and auditor- general) of India
  • The attorney- General
  • The advocate- general
  • Financial commission

16) Miscellaneous

  • Elections and political parties
  • Anti- defection law (10th schedule)
  • Schedules of the constitution
  • Procedure for amendment of the constitution
  • Review of Indian constitution
  • Amendments to the constitution
  • The constitution of India (articles)

HISTORY

ANCIENT INDIA [TOPICS]

  • Indus valley civilization
  • Vedic culture
  • Religious movements
    • Buddhism
    • Jainism
    • Brahmanism
    • Bhagavatism
  • Emergency of mahajanapadas
  • The Maury’s
  • History of India between 200B.C and 300A.D
  • Trade and commerce during the pre Guptha and Guptha period   
  •  The Guptha’s
  • Vardhanas of Thaneswar and Harsha.
  • States of decant and south Indian kingdoms
    • Satavahanas
    • Sangam age, cheras, pandyas, cholas
    • Pallavas
    • Chalukyas of badami
    • Eastern Chalukyas
    • Latucholas
    • Rashtrakutas
    • Chalukyas of kalyani, Hoyasalas

MEDIEVAL INDIA

  • Political and social conditions of north India (800-1200 A.D)
    • Palas
    • Pratiharas
    • Rashtrakutas
    • Rajput kingdom
  • Arab Invasions
  • Delhi sultarte
    • Slave dynasty
    • Khaliji dynasty
    • Tuglaq dynasty
    • Sayyid dynasty
    • Lody dynasty
    • Administration
    • Architecture
  • Provincial dynasties
    • Kakatiyas
    • Vijayanagara empire
    • Bahmani kingdom- qutubshahis of golconda
    • Bengal, Jaunpur,  Malwa, Gujarat, Mewar, Kashmir, Orrissa
  • Indo- Island culture
  • Mughal empire
  • Rise of autonomous states

MODERN INDIA

  • Beginnings of European commerce
  • British conquest of India
  • Revolt of 1857
  • Socio- Religious reform movement
    • Moderate phase
    • Extremist phase
    • Gandhian phase
  • Governor- generals
  • Viceroys
  • Important events in the history of Indian

HISTORY AND CULTURE OF A.P

ANCIENT ANDHRA

  • Satavahanas
  • Ikshvakus
  • Pallavas
  • Brihathpalayanas
  • Anandagotras
  • Salankayanas
  • Vishnukundins

STATES OF DECCEN AND SOUTH INDIAN KINGDOMS:-

  • Chalukyas of badami
  • Eastern chalukyas
  • Pallavas of kanchipuram
  • The chola empire

HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL ANDRA:-

  • Kakatiyas
  • Contenporaries of Kakatiyas
  • Successors of Kakatiyas
  • Vijayanagar empire
  • Qutubshahis of Golconda.

HISTORY OF MORDEN ANDHRA:-

  • Europeans in Andhra
  • Nizams or asafjahis of Hyderabad and their relations with the British
  • Andhra under British rule
  • Social reforms movements in Andhra
  • Freedom struggle in Andhra
  • Liberation movement in telangana
  • Separate Andhra movement
  • Brief notes of history and culture of A.P

GEOGRAPHY

  • Solar system
  • The earth
  • Atmosphere
  • Climate
  • Hydrosphere
  • Land forms
  • Solis
  • Agriculture
  • Minerals and their producers
  • Major industries – production and producers
  • population

INDIAN GEOGRAPHY:-

  • soils in India
  • Indian climate
  • River system in india
  • Forests
  • Wasteland
  • Wildlife in india
  • Agriculture in india
  • Irrigation in india
  • The problems of floods in india
  • Minerals resources in india
  • Industy in india
  • Power generation in india
  • Transport in india
  • Population of india

ECONOMY

TOPIC

  •    Planning(india five years plan)
  •    Unemployment
  •    Rural development
  •    Population
  •    Agriculture
  •    Industry
  •    Industrial policy of india
  •    Infrastructure
  •    Fiscal policy
  • Financial sector
  • Momentary policy
  • Inflation
  • Public distribution system
  • The housing problem

Science and technology

  • Science and technology policies
  • Space Science and technology
  • Nuclear Science and technology
  • Energy
  • Environment
  • Ocean resources development
  • Information technology
  • Defense
  • Health
  • Agriculture
  • Bio technology
  • Advanced science

BIOLOGY

  • What is biology
  • Viruses
  • Kingdom monera
  • Kingdom portista
  • Kingdom fungi
  • Plant kingdom

Classification;algae;bryophytes;pteridophytes;gymno-spermslangiosperms;parts of plant; lichens

  • Animal kingdom
  • Introduction
  • Classification
  • Porifera
  • Cnidarian
  • Platyhelminthes
  • Nemathe
  • Helminthes
  • Annelida
  • Arthopods
  • Mollusca
  • Echinoderms
  • Chordates
  • Pisces
  • Amphibians
  • Reptiles
  • Aves
  • Mammalia
  • Plant – physiology

Introduction, classification, soil, mineral nutrition, water nutrition, water relations of plants, transpiration, photosynthesis, translocation of organic solutes, respiration, nitrogen metabolism, protein synthesis, seed germination plant communication

  • Animal physiology
  • Cell biology
  • Ecology
  • Evolution
  • Application of biology
  • Economic botany
  • Economic zoology
  • Branches of zoology
  • Branches of botany
  • National institutes in biology in India
  • Glossary

PHYSICS

  • The study of physics
  • Units and dimensions
  • Mechanics
  • Basics of motion
  • Projectiles
  • Newton’s law of motion
  • Work
  • Power
  • Energy
  • Friction
  • Circular motion
  • Satellites
  • Newton’s law of gravitation
  • Liquids and gases
  • Heat
  • Thermometer
  • Expansion of solids
  • Expansion of liquids
  • Expansion of gases
  • Calorimeter and change of state
  • Transmission of heat
  • Regulation and its consequences
  • Relative humidity
  • Mechanical equivalent of heat
  • Light
  • Reflection
  • Spherical mirrors
  • Refraction
  • Apparent depth of an object
  • Total internal reflection
  • Spherical tenses
  • Optical instruments
  • Dispersion
  • Sound
  • Wave motion
  • Effects of pressure
  • Beats
  • Forced vibrations
  • Stationary vibrations
  • Intensity
  • Quality and pitch of sound
  • Doppler’s effect
  • Ultra Sonics
  • Magnetism
  • Basis of magnetism
  • Magnetic properties of material
  • Electrostatics
  • Basics of electrostatics
  • Current electricity
  • Magnetic effects of current
  • Ohm’s law and its application
  • Heating & chemical effects
  • Modern physics
  • Discharge of electricity through gases
  • Proton, isotopes, x-rays- discoverer- roentgen(1895)
  • Radio activity
  • Artificial transmutation
  • Atomic energy
  • Nuclear fusion
  • Photo- electric effect

CHEMISTRY

  • Introduction
  • Separation of mixture
  • Inorganic chemistry
  • Atoms
  • Classification of elements
  • Nuclear science
  • Chemical bonding
  • Bleaching agent
  • Pollution
  • Allotropy
  • Acids and bases
  • Water, soaps and detergents
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Organic chemistry
  • Introduction
  • Petroleum
  • Polymers
  • Carbohydrates
  • Drugs
  • Food additives
  • Fermentation
  • Physical chemistry
  • State of mater
  • Colliods
  • Osmosis
  • Adsorption
  • Environmental chemistry
  • Bio- chemistry
  • Medicinal chemistry
  • Hydro carbons
  • Nuclear chemistry
  • Mental and metallurgy
  • Chemistry of some elements
  • Miscellaneous
  • Scientists and their contribution to chemistry
  • Application of elements in our daily life
  • Chemical in our daily life

Pattern of Exam

For Zilla Sainik Welfare Officers
PART – A: WRITTEN (Objective Type) EXAMINATION 150 Marks 150 Qns. 150 Minutes

i) General Studies
ii) Subject: Paper-1 English, Paper-2 Elementary Mathematics (SSC standard) PART – B: INTERVIEW (ORAL TEST) 50 Marks

GROUP-I SERVICES(HONS. DEGREE STANDARD) SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
SCREENING TEST - 150 marks
General Studies & Mental Ability
(Objective Type) 150 Questions. 2½ 150

WRITTEN EXAMINATION – 600 marks (CONVENTIONAL TYPE)
A. COMPULSORY SUBJECTS:

General English

Paper-I.
General Essay

Paper-II.
i. History & Cultural heritage of India with emphasis on 20th century history of India.
ii. Social history of Andhra Pradesh i.e., the history of various social and cultural movements in Andhra Pradesh
iii. General overview of the Indian Constitution

Paper-III:
i) Planning in India & Indian Economy
ii) Land Reforms and social changes in Andhra Pradesh after independence
iii) Andhra Pradesh’s Economy, present
status its strengths and weaknesses

Paper-IV:
i) The role and impact of Science & Technology in the development of India with emphasis on the applied aspects
ii) General awareness with the modern trends in life sciences.
iii) Development and environmental problems

Paper-V:

i) Data appreciation and interpretation
ii) The candidates will be asked to draw their own conclusion from the data presented in the tabular form in graphical or otherwise
iii) Problem solving – duly structured situation will be presented to the candidates and they will be asked to suggest their own solutions 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

B. ORAL TEST (INTERVIEW) 75 marks
GRAND TOTAL: 825 marks

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