Group 1 Syllabus
G R O U P - I actually S E R Sixth is v I C E H (HONS. LEVEL STANDARD)
SCHEME OF EXAM
Minimum being approved marks to get consideration for Oral Test SC/ST/ B. Cs Oth PH res Minimum determining marks intended for consideration to get Selection SC/ST B. Cs. Othe /PH rs Optimum Marks Dura-tion
one particular SCREENING TEST OUT General Research & Mental Ability (Objective Type) one hundred and fifty Questions. WRITTEN EXAMINATION (CONVENTIONAL TYPE) A. COMPULSORY TOPICS: General The english language Paper-I. Standard Essay Paper-II. i. History & Ethnic heritage of India with emphasis on 20th century history of India. 2. Social history of Andhra Pradesh i. e., the history of numerous social and cultural motions in Andhra Pradesh 3. General summary of the Indian Constitution Paper-III: i) Preparing in India & Of india Economy ii) Land Reconstructs and cultural changes in Andhra Pradesh after independence iii) Andhra Pradesh's Economy, present status the 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 recognition with the modern day trends is obviously sciences. iii) Development and environmental problems Paper-V: i) Data admiration and interpretation ii) The candidates will be asked to draw their own conclusion from your data shown in the listar form in graphical or else iii) Find solutions to problems вЂ“ appropriately structured scenario will be presented to the applicants and they will be asked to suggest their own solutions to the challenge arising away of condition. Alternatively, they might be called upon to prove the understanding of the case by responding to certain searching questions depending on the situation TOTAL:
three or more 3 several
150 a hundred and fifty 150
three or more
three hundred. 00
M. ORAL TEST OUT (INTERVIEW)
Additional Important Points: 1 . There will be a Screening Test (Objective type) including General Research and Mental Ability. This kind of test is supposed for short-listing the number of individuals to be admitted to the Crafted (Conventional Type) Examination my spouse and i. e., consisting of six required papers. The amount of candidates being admitted for the Written examination (conventional type) would be 60 times towards the vacancies offered at material time irrespective of Residential areas. 2 . The papers other than General British may be answered in The english language or Telugu or Urdu chosen by candidates. Yet , a candidate is definitely not authorized to write area of the paper in English and part of that in Telugu or Urdu. 3. Candidates must appear for all the paperwork in Primary examination and Oral test, who skilled for the same. Lack of in any from the above will probably be liable for disqualification. 4. The typical English newspaper is for being qualified one plus the standard of this paper is that of S. S. C. The minimum being qualified marks in this paper will be 40% pertaining to O. Cs., 35% for B. Cs. and thirty percent for SC/ST/PH. These represents are not measured for Rank. 5. In case of the S i9000. C. and S. T. candidates certainly not coming up to get selection with all the existing minimal prescribed pertaining to the selection inside the competitive exam conducted by Commission, their particular selection should be considered based on Rank with regards to their efficiency in the Created and Oral competitive examination. 6. Hall Tickets intended for admission to the Written Evaluation will be delivered to the admitted candidates. You don't need to to submit separate application for this specific purpose. After Written Examination, suitable candidates will be called for a job interview at the ratio of 1: 2 with reference to the quantity of vacancies properly following the special representation since laid down in General Rule-22 of A. P. State and Subordinate Support Rules.
Sd/- Secretary 10/01/2008
GROUP- I COMPANIES
SYLLABUS GENERAL STUDIES AND MENTAL POTENTIAL
(SCREENING EVALUATION вЂ“ AIM TYPE)
1 ) General Scientific research вЂ“ Contemporary developments in Science and Technology and the...