Tuesday, 30 July 2019

AP Grama Sachivalayam ANM / Multi Purpose Health Assistant (Female) – GRADE-III Exam SYLLABUS and Exam Pattern

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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH

HEALTH & FW DEPARTMENT - AMARAVATHI, VIJAYAWADA

NOTIFICATION NO.2/2019, DT: 27/07/2019



SYLLABUS FOR GENERAL POSTS – ANM / MPHA (F) GRADE-III



WRITTEN EXAMINATION (OBJECTIVE TYPE)
No. of Questions
Duration (minutes)
Maximum marks
Part-A:
General Studies and mental ability
50
50
50
Part-B:

MPHW(F) TRAINING COURSE
Sciences, Fundamental of Nursing I & II; Community Health Nursing – I & II; Community Health Nursing - III
100
100
100
Total
150

Note: For each correct answer one mark will be awarded and each wrong answer will carry 0.25 negative mark


SYALLABUS FOR EXAMINATION TO THE POST OF ANM/MPHA (F) GRADE –III PART- A

GENERAL STUDIES AND MENTAL ABILITY

1. General Mental ability and reasoning.
2. Quantitative aptitude including data interpretation.
3. General English.
4. Current affairs of regional, national and International importance.
5. General Science and its applications to the day to day life, Contemporary development in science and Technology and information Technology.
6. History & Culture of India with specific focus on AP.
7. Indian polity and governance: constitutional issues, 73/74th Amendments, public policy, reforms ad centre – state relations with specific reference to Andhra Pradesh.
8. Society, Social justice, rights issues.
9. Physical geography of Indian sub-continent and Andhra Pradesh.
10. Key welfare & development schemes of Government of Andhra Pradesh.

PART-B





Sciences
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Microbiology
- Psychology
- Sociology
- Hygiene
- Nutrition

Fundamentals of Nursing I&II (Paper -1)
-Fundamentals of Nursing I
(a) Introduction to Nursing
(b) Nursing Procedures & Techniques
(c) First Aid & Emergency Nursing
-Fundamentals of Nursing II
(a) Introduction to Child Health
(b) Introduction to Maternal Health.
(c) Introduction to Family Health & Community
Community health Nursing I & II (MIDWIFERY)
-Community health Nursing I
(a) Domiciliary Midwifery
(b) Midwifery & Maternity Nursing
(c) Family Planning & welfare
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AP Grama Sachivalayam VILLAGE FISHERIES ASSISTANT Exam SYLLABUS and Exam Pattern

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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH

FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: VIJAYAWADA,KRISHNA DISTRICT NOTIFICATION NO. 01/2019, DATED:26-07-2019


VILLAGE FISHERIES ASSISTANTS IN A.P. FISHERIES SUBORDINATE SERVICE (GENERAL RECRUITMENT)

SYLLABUS FOR GENERAL POSTS – VILLAGE FISHERIES ASSISTANT


Written examination (Objective Type) No., of questions Duration (minutes) Maximum Marks

Part- A : General Studies and mental ability
50 50 50

Part – B : General Fisheries, Inland Fisheries, Marine Fisheries, Aquaculture, Fishing Gear and Craft and Fisheries
Management
100 100 100

TOTAL
150
Note:- For each correct answer 1 mark will be awarded and each wrong answer will carry 0.25 negative mark.


SYLLABUS FOR EXAMINATION TO THE POST VILLAGE FISHERIES ASISSTANT IN A.P. FISHERIES SUBORDINATE SERVICE

PART-A

GENERAL STUDIES AND MENTAL ABILITY

1. General Mental ability and reasoning.
2. Quantitative aptitude including data interpretation.
3. General English.
4. Current affairs of regional, national and International importance.
5. General Science and its applications to the day to day life, Contemporary development in science and Technology and information Technology.
6. History & Culture of India with specific focus on AP.
7. Indian polity and governance: constitutional issues, 73/74th Amendments, public policy, reforms ad centre – state relations with specific reference to Andhra Pradesh.
8. Society, Social justice, rights issues.
9. Physical geography of Indian sub-continent and Andhra Pradesh.
10. Key welfare & development schemes of Government of Andhra Pradesh.


PART-B- Fisheries

I. General Fisheries:
1. Introduction to Fishes; Principles of Taxonomy; Classification of Fishes; Catadromous, Anadromous Fish migration
2. Commercially important species of Marine, Freshwater & Brackish water fishes of India & Andhra Pradesh
3. General Morphology, Anatomy, Physiology of Fishes, Shrimp, Prawn, Crab
4. Nutritive Value of Fish & Prawn
5. Status on Aquatic Production & Productivity of India & AP
6. Status of exports of aquatic products from lndia & AP
7. Carnivorous Fishes & Toxic aquatic species
8. Assessment of Quality of Fish.

II. Inland Fisheries

1. Inland Fisheries Resources of Andhra Pradesh
2. Types of water bodies exists in freshwater ecosystem
3. Ecology of Pond, tanks, lakes, Reservoir, River
4. Classification of Reservoirs & their Management;
5. Banned fish species and mechanism of disposal of stocks
6. Induced Breeding Techniques
7. Inland Fish Seed Farms & management
8. Cage culture in Reservoirs - pros & cons
9. Ornamental Fishes- Breeding & rearing techniques

III. Marine Fisheries:

1. Marine Resources of Andhra Pradesh
2. Tides, Currents, waves, monsoons, continental shelf, upwelling & sinking
3. Important marine fishery; coastal, offshore & deep sea species
4. Importance of by-catch Reduction Devices Turtle Excluder Device
5. Conservation of marine Turtles & mammals
6. Sea safety & Navigational equipment
7. Registration of marine Fishing Craft
8. Fish Landing Centres, Fishing Harbours Management
9. Important Deep sea fishes of India
10. Marine Cage Culture
11. Marine Fishing ban period
12. Coastal Security- MFR Act, MS Act.
13. Colour Code for Marine Fishing Boats

IV. Aquaculture:

1. Types of Aquaculture systems
2. Pond construction
3. Water & Soil management
4. Indian Major Carps Breeding & hatchery management
5. Nursery Management
6. Seed Rearing; Production management of Advanced Fingerling & Yearlings
7. Breeding & Hatchery management of Freshwater Prawn, M. rosenbergii
8. Breeding & Hatchery management of L. vannamei
9. Preliminary Concepts of Specific Pathogen Free brood stock, Nucleus Breeding Centre, Brood Stock Multiplication Centre, Aquatic Quarantine Facility
10. Integrated Fish farming with Paddy- Horticulture
11. Fish nutrition and feed management : Types of Feed, Feeding methods, Nutritional requirement of Fish; quantity of feed
12. Registration & Regularization of freshwater aquaculture ponds for culturing Indian Major Carps - DLC- Guidelines- Penalty & demolition on violations
13. CAA guidelines for registration of aqua farms and Hatcheries
14. Guidelines for culture of Nile Tilapia in ponds
15. Production & Productivity enhancement mechanisms
16. Common Diseases of aquatic animals & management
17. Concept of Biosecurity and HACCP
18. Best Management Practices for achieving sustainable production

V. Fishing Craft and Gear:

1. Types of Crafts & Gear used in capture fishery - marine, inland sectors
2. Different types of gear material
3. Mesh Size Regulation


VI. Fisheries Management:
1. Pollution & control measures
2. Marketing- Role of fisherwomen- Hygiene handling & maintenance of fish markets
3. Conservatory measures in marine & reservoir fisheries
4. Role of Gram Panchayats in development of fishery wealth
5. Lively hood enhancement & employment opportunities in fisheries sector
6. Various value added & health products
7. Usage of Banned Antibiotics in aquaculture and its implications on exports
8. Concept of Aqua zonation & its benefits in management
9. Role of Fisheries Co-operatives in enhancing the fish production & productivity in public water bodies
10.Natural calamities- Floods, Cyclones, Tsunamis- Role of communities, local bodies in preparedness
11. Role of Gram Panchayats in Maintenance of Fish Markets
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AP Grama Sachivalayam VILLAGE HORTICULTURE ASSISTANTS Exam SYLLABUS and Exam Pattern

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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH

D EPARTMENT OF HORTICULTURE: GUNTUR, GUNTUR DISTRICT

N OTIFICATION NO.: 01/Horti/2019, DATED: 26-07-2019


VILLAGE HORTICULTURE ASSISTANTS (GENERAL RECRUITMENT) P ARA – 1:

S CHEME OF EXAMINATION and SYLLABUS FOR VILLAGE HORTICULTURE ASSISTANTS


Written examination (Objective Type) No., of questions Duration (minutes) Maximum marks
P art- A : General Studies and mental ability 50 50 50
P art – B : Horticulture 100 100 100
TOTAL 150
N ote:- For each correct answer 1 mark will be awarded and each wrong answer will
carry 0.25 negative mark.


SYLLABUS FOR EXIMANITION TO THE POST OF VILLAGE HORTICULTURE

A SSISTANTS

P ART-A

G ENERAL STUDIES AND MENTAL ABILITY

1. General Mental ability and reasoning.
2. Quantitative aptitude including data interpretation.
3. General English.
4. Current affairs of regional, national and International importance.
5. General Science and its applications to the day to day life, Contemporary development in science and Technology and information Technology.
6. History & Culture of India with specific focus on AP.
7. Indian polity and governance: constitutional issues, 73/74th Amendments, public policy, reforms ad centre – state relations with specific reference to Andhra Pradesh.
8. Society, Social justice, rights issues.
9. Physical geography of Indian sub-continent and Andhra Pradesh.
10. Key welfare & development schemes of Government of Andhra Pradesh.

PART-B


H ORTICULTURE

1. FUNDAMENTALS OF HORTICULTURE
Horticulture – Definition – importance – divisions of horticulture – Horticultural zones in A.P. and India – Influence of climate on Horticultural crops – effects of environmental stress – its management – Selection of site – steps in orchard establishment – methods of irrigation – training and pruning – Flowering – stages of fruit drop – Reasons and prevention of fruit drop – Fruit thinning – advantages and disadvantages – unfruitfulness - reasons and remedies of unfruitfulness – growth regulators – definition – functions – classification – uses of growth regulators in horticulture - methods of application of growth regulators.
2. PLANT PROPAGATION AND NURSERY MANAGEMENT
Plant propagation – Definition – principles of Plant propagation – methods of propagation – structures and media used in Plant propagation – sexual or seed propagation – importance – vegetative propagation – importance – Propagation through cuttings - layering importance and methods – selection of root stocks and scion – types of budding – role of root stocks in fruit production – suitability of root stocks – factors influencing the selection of site for nursery establishment – Nursery management – precautions – characters of good quality nursery plants
3. OLERICULTURE
Food security importance of vegetable in Indian economy and nutritional value Olericulture – varieties soil climate requirements – seed treatment – nursery transplanting - after care – fertilizer management - inter cultivation – irrigation harvesting storage – nutritional deficiency symptoms – use of growth regulators in the following crops – fruit vegetables (tomato , brinjal, bendi, chillies) – cucurbitaceous vegetables (bottle guard, bitter guard, musk melon, water melon, squashes and pumpkins) – leguminaceous vegetables (cluster bean, french bean, garden bean, cowpea and peas) – cole crops (cabbage, cauliflower) - root vegetables (radish, carrot, beetroot and turnip) – bulbs & tubers (onion, garlic, potato, sweet potato, tapioca, elephant foot yarn, colocasia) – leafy vegetables (amaranths, menthi, palak, spinach, hibiscus) – perennial vegetables (parawal, drumstick, curry leaf, coccinea).
4. FUNDAMENTALS OF SOIL SCIENCE
Soils – rocks and minerals – soil formation soil structure – soil profile – soil physical(bulk density, partical density, porosity), biological(immobilization and mineralization nitrogen fixation CN ratio role of soil microbes and their management) and chemical(soil particles, nature and properties, cation exchange capacity, anion exchange capacity, pH and salinity) properties – types of soils in AP – problem soils and their management – essentiality of nutrients - nutrient deficiency symptoms and their management – soil fertility management – suitable soils for Horticulture.
5. FARM POWER, AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY AND STRUCTURES
Sources of farm power – advantages and disadvantages - types of agriculture engines – principles and mode of work – tractors and power tillers classifications – primary and secondary tillage – implements – plough, danthi, gorru, plant protection equipment – sprayers and dusters – tools for inter cultivation – harvesters for mango and sapota – post harvest tools (blanches, cleaners, graders, sorters) storage of foods – cold storage – field structures – zero energy cool chamber – godowns and fruit and vegetable storage – green house technology - construction features – use in horticulture – mode of work and management
6. FARM MANAGEMENT, AGRICULTURAL FINANCE AND MARKETING
Farm labour and machinery – farm accounts – definition – good farm account features – advantages of farm accounts – maintenance of basic accounts – preparation of farm accounts, balance sheet – Agricultural finance – loan classification sanction of loan – repayment schemes for backlog people – DIR, IRDP financing agencies – RBI – NABARD their role – commercial banks – lead bank scheme – loaning procedure – crop insurance – Agricultural marketing – classifications of markets – based on competitions – functions of markets – problems and their remedies in marketing – regulated market – definition – functions – advantages – cooperative marketing – NAFED, MARKFED, single window – definition – functions – advantages – warehousing corporation – SWC, CWC - definition – functions – advantages – FCI, International marketing.
7. TROPICAL FRUIT CULTURE
Area – production - importance – orchard management – nutritive value – origin – distribution – species – varieties – root stocks – high density planting – climate soil – layout – training and pruning – nutrition – irrigation – inter cultivation – maturity – harvesting – grading – packing and storage for the crops MANGO, BANANA, CITRUS, PINEAPPLE, GUAVA, PAPAYA AND SAPOTA
8. SPICES AND PLANTATION CROPS
Introduction – importance – origin – distribution – botanical classification – species – varieties – propagation – selection of cuttings – climate soil – planting after care – fertilizer management – inter cultivation – training and pruning – flowering – fruit set, fruit development - maturity harvesting – purification methods - marketing and production of valued added products for SPICES (BLACK PEPPER, CARDAMOM, TURMERIC, GINGER, CORIENDER , FENUGREEK), PLANTATION CROPS (COCONUT, CASHEW NUT, OIL PALM, ARECANUT, BETELVINE, COCOA, COFFEA)
9. VALUE ADDED PRODUCTS OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Methods of preparing value added products – jam, jelly, marmalade, candies, crystallized and glazed fruit preserves, pickles preserves – ketchup, sass, toti- fruiti syrup, fresh fruit juices, squash and cordials, fermented beverages – making methods.
10. MANURES AND FERTILIZERS
Organic Manures – definition, characters, classification – bulky organic manures (FYM, Compost, Vermicompost) – method of making, nature and useful nutrients– concentrated organic manures (oil cakes, bone meal) – green manure crops – characters – decomposition – CN ratio – Nutrient availability – Advantages and problems – bio gas plant – use of efluents from bio gas plant as manure – FERTILIZERS – definition, characters, classification – essentiality of macro nutrients – nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium and sulpher - suitability of fertilizers to soils and crops – essentiality of micro nutrients – differences between manures and fertilizers – Bio fertilizers – definition, characters & classification – azolla, BGA, rhizobium, azotobacter, phosphobacteria – methods of using them – symptoms of nutritional deficiencies in horticultural crops their correction – factors influencing fertilizer use efficiency – integrated nutrient management for important horticultural crops.
11. DISEASES OF HORTICULTURAL CROPS AND THEIR MANAGEMENT
Important diseases, causal organisms, disease symptoms and spread in crops,
citrus(acid lime, orange), mango, guava, sapota, papaya, banana, grapes, pomegranate, ber, chilli, brinjal, bendi, root crops, tomato, onion, coriander, cruciferous vegetables, cucurbitaceous vegetables, beans, peas, betelvine, black pepper, turmeric, coffea, coconut, oilpalm, rose, chrysanthemum, jasmine, marigold, tuberose, crosandra, aster and gladiolus – FUNGICIDES – classification – nature of work – methods of using them – dosage – toxicity – disease management through important fungisites.
12. SOIL AND WATER ENGINEERING
Measurement of land for ornamental gardens – fruit and vegetable gardens and landscaping in parks – chain survey – trigonametrical survey – measurement of regular and irregular shaped sites – leveling –water lifting methods from deep soil – types of pumps – centrifugal pump, deep well turbine and submersible pump – calculation of volume of water in irrigation canals and pipes – irrigation methods – surface irrigation – drip and sprinkler irrigation – soil erosion control and protection methods – water conservation through digging of pits – removal of silt from tanks – soil and water conservation technology – prevention of water losses in canals and improving water uses efficiency.
13. SUB TROPICAL AND ARID FRUIT CULTURE
Nutritive value – classification – species – varietal identification – soil and water requirements, root stocks – propagation methods – layouts – training – pruning
– fertilizer management – irrigation – inter cultivation – problems in cultivation
– flowering and fruit set – maturity indices, yield, grading, packing, transport and storage methods for the sub tropical and arid fruit crops – Grapes, Pomagranate, Ber, Litchi, Amla, Jamun, Custard Apple, Fig, Palsa, Tamarind, Passion Fruit, Karonda.
14. COMMERCIAL FLORICULTURE
Growing methods, importance, origin, classification, species, varieties, soil climatic requirements, propagation, spacing, irrigation, fertilizers, Intercultivation, training and pruning special horticultural practices use of growth regulators, determination of harvesting stage, harvest, yield post harvest methods and flower drying methods for important commercial flower crops – Rose, Crossandra, Jasmin Chrysanthemum, Gladiolus, Michelia, China Aster, Marrigold, Anthurium, Carnation, Gerbera, Dahlia And Orchids.
15. SEED PRODUCTION, CERTIFICATION AND VARIETAL TESTING
Seed production - objective - variety – definition – maintenance of varieties – production of nucleus and breeders seed in self pollinated, cross pollinated and vegetatively propagated crops – seed production in vegetables – testing genetic – purity in seeds – general principles of seed production, production of different types of seeds – soil requirement isolation distance – planting ratio, rouging – harvest and post harvest management, packing and storage of seed
–seed certification objective – standards – testing seed quality – points to be considered for determining seed quality – germination tests – grow out tests – seed health – seed quality test in crop varieties – types of seed production (breeder seed, foundation seed, certified seed) – seed quality – new seed policy – suitable places for vegetable seed production.
16. PEST MANAGEMENT OF HORTICULTURAL CROPS AND APICULTURE
Identification of insects with horticultural importance – different orders – insect control and management – integrated plant protection – non insect pests – mites, rats, monkeys, birds, squirrels and their management – study of Acaricides, nematicides, rodenticides – identification of important insect pests, symptoms, nature of feeding, life cycle and management in the crops MANGO, CITRUS (ORANGE, ACID LIME), CASHEW NUTS, GRAPES, POMAGRANATE, COCONUT, COCOA, BER, GUAVA, SAPOTA, BANANA, PAPAYA, CHILLI, BRINJAL, BHENDI, TOMATO, BEANS, CUCURBITS, TURMERIC, ROSE,
CHRYSANTHEMUM, JASMINE AND TUBEROSE - pesticides – definition – classification – toxicity – pesticides residues –methods of application – effect of dosages – APICULTURE – species of honey bees – characters – behavior – swarming – division of communities – management bee hive – types tools for apiculture – poisonous effects bees enemies of honey bees – disease and their control – artificial maturity and collection of honey.
17. POST HARVEST MANAGEMENT OF HORTICULTURAL CROPS
Post harvest importance in horticulture – maturity of fruit vegetable – harvesting handling – grading – pre harvest factors and points determining posts harvest quality – physical and chemical changes during ripening – delay of ripening – post harvest treatment – quality standard storage methods for local and distant marketing – methods of packing – cold storage.
18. ORNAMENTAL GARDENING AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
Importance - definition – scope, prospects of ornamental gardening land scape architecture and interior gardening – styles of gardening – components – basic principles – ornamental garden models for home, schools, colleges, public buildings, parks and rural areas – garden features – lawn, flower beds, hedges, path ways, fences, compound wall, steps, statues, water canal, water pool, water fall, terraces, rockery, arches, pergola, topiary, interior gardening, principles and plans – road side planting of trees, shrubs, climbers, ground covering plants – selection planting management – ornamental foliage plants – lawn making and protection – water plants, bonsai principles – flower decorations – principles and style – rangoli, floral ball – dry flower decorations and flower arrangements.
19. MEDICINAL AND AROMATIC CROPS CULTIVATION
Origin, history, area, production, importance, uses, varieties, soil water requirements propagation, planting, inter cultivation, fertilizer, irrigation, training and pruning, harvest and processing in the medicinal (Dioscorea, Sarpagandha, kasivanga, Pyrethrum, Catharanthus, Poppy, Aswagandha, Amla, Aloevera, Cassia, Plantago, Isabgul and tulsi ) and aromatic crops (kamakshi kasupu, lemon grass, rosha grass, paneer, vetiver, davanam, nilgiri, pudina, vanilla, rose and jasmine)
20. PROTECTED CULTIVATION OF VEGETABLES AND FLOWERS.
Protected cultivation, introduction, importance, green house, poly house, definition, points to remember while construction, advantages over
conventional open field cultivation – problems in green house – structures, site, types sizes of green houses – soil less media, sterilization – light and air – ventilation – fertigation – nutrient management through water soluble fertilizers in green houses – green house cultivation of rose, gerbera, tomato and capsicum varieties correction of nutrient deficiencies of plant protection and post harvest technology.
21. DRYLAND HORTICULTURE AND WATER SHED MANAGEMENT
Dry land Horticulture – definition – soil and water management – dry climate zones – classification – horticulture research station in dry land – problems in dry land horticulture – low rain fall areas – soil water management – types and factors influencing – soil erosion – mechanical methods and soil conservation through aforestation – fertilizer management in dry lands – chemical organic and biological fertilizers – contingency crops under very low rain fall conditions
– lowering evapo-transpirational losses – water shed – definition – objectives – alternate land use methods – alley cropping – Agri-Silviculture, Agri- Horticulture, Horti-pastural, Silvi-pastural, ley farming, tree farming.
22. HORTICULTURAL EXTENSION, TEACHING METHODS AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS
Horticultural Extension – concepts, aim, objective – principles are effective horticultural extension in villages – extension teaching methods – concept, classifications – personal relations, group relations, community relations, concept advantages and limitations – audio visual aids, concept, classification their importance in extension – visual aids (posters, charts, flannel graphs, flash cards) – horticultural information aids (leaflet, folder, circular, letter, information bulletin) – concept, planning, preparation – audio aids – concept, radio and tape recorder use in horticultural extension – communication skills – English vocabulary, active and passive voice, direct and indirect speech, use of articles, synonyms, antonyms, letter writing, referring dictionary, preparation of bio data and preparation of reports.



Note:- Multiple choice objective type questions will be based on syllabus prescribed for 2 years diploma course in Horticulture by Dr. YSR Horticultural University, Andhra Pradesh. 
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AP Grama Sachivalayam Mahila Police and Women & Child Welfare Assistant / Ward Women & Weaker Sections Protection Secretary (Female) Exam SYLLABUS and Exam Pattern

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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH

D EPARTMENT OF HOME: MANGALAGIRI, GUNTUR DISTRICT N OTIFICATION NO.: 01/Home/2019, DATED: 26-07-2019 MAHILA POLICE AND WOMEN & CHILD WELFARE ASSISTANT / WARD WOMEN & WEAKER SECTIONS PROTECTION SECRETARY (GENERAL RECRUITMENT for WOMEN ONLY) P ARA – 1:

S CHEME OF EXAMINATION and SYLLABUS FOR MAHILA POLICE AND WOMEN & CHILD WELFARE ASSISTANT / WARD WOMEN & WEAKER SECTIONS PROTECTION SECRETARY

Written examination (Objective Type) No., of questions Duration (minutes) Maximum marks
P art- A : General Studies and mental ability 75 75 75
P art – B : Indian History, Polity, Economy, Geography etc., with special reference to Andhra Pradesh. 75 75 75
TOTAL 150
N ote:- For each correct answer 1 mark will be awarded and each wrong answer will carry 0.25 negative mark.

SYLLABUS FOR EXIMANITION TO THE POST OF VILLAGE MAHILA POLICE
A ND WOMEN & CHILD WELFARE ASSISTANT / W

PART-A

ARD WOMEN & WEAKER SECTIONS PROTECTION SECRETARY G ENERAL STUDIES AND MENTAL ABILITY
1. General Mental ability and reasoning.
2. Quantitative aptitude including data interpretation.
3. Comprehension – Telugu & English.
4. General English.
5. Basic Computer Knowledge.
6. Current affairs of regional, national and International importance.
7. General Science and its applications to the day to day life, Contemporary development in science and Technology and information Technology.
8. Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection.

PART-B


1. History & Culture of India with specific focus on AP.
2. Indian polity and governance: constitutional issues, 73/74th Amendments, public policy, reforms ad centre – state relations with specific reference to Andhra Pradesh.
3. Economy and Planning in India with emphasis on Andhra Pradesh.
4. Society, Social justice, rights issues.
5. Physical geography of Indian sub-continent and Andhra Pradesh.
6. Bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and its Administrative, Economic, Social, Cultural, Political and legal implications / problems.
7. Key welfare & development schemes of Government of Andhra Pradesh.
8. Women empowerment and economic development through self help grounds / community based organizations with focus on weaker sections.
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AP Grama Sachivalayam PANCHAYAT SECRETARY GRADE.V Exam SYLLABUS and Exam Pattern

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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
PANCHAYAT RAJ AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT: AMARAVATHI,
GUNTUR DISTRICT
NOTIFICATION NO. 01/2019, DATED:26-07-2019
PANCHAYAT SECRETARY GRADE–V IN A.P. PANCHAYAT RAJ SUBORDINATE SERVICE (GENERAL RECRUITMENT)
 SYLLABUS FOR GENERAL POSTS – PANCHAYAT SECRETARY GRADE.V
Written examination (Objective Type) No., of questions Duration (minutes) Maximum Marks
Part-A : General Studies and mental ability 75 75 75
Part– B :History, Economy, Geography, Politics etc., 75 75 75
TOTAL 150
Note:-For each correct answer 1 mark will be awarded and each wrong answer will carry
0.25 negative mark.
SYLLABUS FOR EXIMANITION TO THE POST OF PANCHAYAT SECRETARY
(GRADE–V) IN A.P. PANCHAYAT RAJ SUBORDINATE SERVICE
PART-A
GENERAL STUDIES AND MENTAL ABILITY


  1.  General Mental ability and reasoning.
  2. Quantitative aptitude including data interpretation.
  3. Comprehension – Telugu & English.
  4. General English.
  5. Basic Computer Knowledge.
  6. Current affairs of regional, national and International importance.
  7. General Science and its applications to the day to day life, Contemporary development in science and Technology and information Technology.
  8. Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection
PART-B



  1.  History & Culture of India with specific focus on AP.
  2. Indian polity and governance: constitutional issues, 73/74th Amendments, public policy, reforms ad centre – state relations with specific reference to Andhra Pradesh.
  3. Economy and Planning in India with emphasis on Andhra Pradesh.
  4. Society, Social justice, rights issues.
  5. Physical geography of Indian sub-continent and Andhra Pradesh.
  6. Bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and its Administrative, Economic, Social, Cultural, Political and legal implications / problems.
  7. Key welfare & development schemes of Government of Andhra Pradesh.
  8. Women empowerment and economic development through self help grounds / community based organizations with focus on weaker sections

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AP Grama Sachivalayam ENGINEERING ASSISTANT (GRADE-II) Exam SYLLABUS and Exam Pattern

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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH

PANCHAYAT RAJ AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT: AMARAVATHI, GUNTUR DISTRICT
NOTIFICATION NO. /2019, DATED: -07-2019


ENGINEERING ASSISTANT (GRADE-II) GENERAL RECRUITMENT IN VILLAGE SECRETARIAT

SYLLABUS FOR GENERAL POSTS – ENGINEERING ASSISTANT (GRADE-II)


Written examination (Objective Type) No. of Questions Duration (minutes) Maximum Marks
Part- A: General Studies
and mental ability
50 50 50
PAPER-B: Civil/ Mechanical Engineering (Diploma standard) 100 100 100
TOTAL 150

Note: For each correct answer 1 mark will be awarded and each wrong answer will carry
negative mark.

SYLLABUS FOR EXIMANITION TO THE POST OF ENGINEERING ASSISTANT (GRADE-II)


PART-A
GENERAL STUDIES AND MENTAL ABILITY

1. General Mental ability and reasoning.
2. Quantitative aptitude including data interpretation.
3. General English.
4. Current affairs of regional, national and International importance.
5. General Science and its applications to the day to day life, Contemporary development in science and Technology and information Technology.
6. History & Culture of India with specific focus on AP.
7. Indian polity and governance: constitutional issues, 73/74th Amendments, public policy, reforms ad centre – state relations with specific reference to Andhra Pradesh.
8. Society, Social justice, rights issues.
9. Physical geography of Indian sub-continent and Andhra Pradesh.
10. Key welfare & development schemes of Government of Andhra Pradesh.

PART-B

COMMON FOR CIVIL / MECHANICAL (Diploma Standard)
1. Strength of Materials: Simple stresses and strains for ductile materials-mechanical properties of materials-Hooke's law-lateral strain poisson's ratio-Elastic constants and the relations between them-Composite sections-Resilience-Strain energy-Gradual and sudden loading-shear force and Bending moment diagrams for cantilever, Simply supported, fixed, continuous and overhanging beams subjected to point loads and UDL. Theory of simple bending-assumptions-bending equation-bending stress- section modulus-shear stress distribution across various sections like rectangular, circular and I-sections-Torsion-solid and hollow circular shafts.

2. Engineering Mechanics: Statics, Resolution of force, Equilibrium of forces, Parallelogram law of forces, triangle law of forces, polygon law of forces and Lami„s theorem, Drawing the free body diagram, Centre of Gravity, Centre of Mass and centroid, Centroid of square, rectangle, triangle, semi-circle and trapezium, Centre of gravity of composite sections by analytical method `only (T-Section, L-Section I- section and channel section). Moment of Inertia, Theorems of Moment of Inertia. `i)
Parallel axes theorem, ii) Perpendicular axes theorem. c) Moment of Inertia for simple Geometrical Sections, Rectangular, circular and triangular section and Radius of Gyration. Calculation of Moment of Inertia and Radius of Gyration of a) I – Section, b) Channel Section, c) T – Section. d) L – Section, e) Z - section f) Built up Sections.

3. Fluid Mechanics Properties, Ideal and Real fluids, Newtonian and Non-Newtonian fluids, compressible and incompressible fluids, Units, Fluid properties, Intensity of pressure, Pascal„s law, Atmospheric, Vacuum, Gauge and absolute pressures. Measurement of pressures by piezo-meter, , U-Tube - manometer, differential manometer bourdon pressure gauge, buoyancy, Flow of Liquids, Types of fluid flow- Steady and unsteady flow, Uniform and Non-uniform flow, Two &Three dimensional flow, Rotational & irrotational flow, Laminar & Turbulent flow, Reynold„s Number. Pressure, potential and kinetic energy of liquids, total energy, Continuity equation for one-dimensional flow, Laws of conservation- Mass, Energy and Momentum, Velocity of liquids and discharge, Bernoulli„s equation, Applications Venturimeters, pitot-tube, current meters, Flow through pipes, Various losses when liquid flows through pipes, Laws of fluid friction, The equations for loss of head in pipes due to friction, Minor losses in pipe flow, Hydraulic gradient and total energy line for different pipes, Pipes in series(Compound pipe) and equivalent pipe, Impact of jets, Force of jet striking at the centre and at the top of a fixed curved blade and moving curved blade, velocity triangles, Work done, power and efficiency.

4. Hydraulic Pumps: Function of a pump, Principle of operation of a reciprocating pump, single acting, double acting pumps, Effect of velocity and acceleration of fluids in suction and delivery pipes, Working principle & Constructional details of centrifugal pump, Comparison between Reciprocating and Centrifugal pumps, Priming of centrifugal pump and its necessary leakages of air its prevention, Work done by the impeller, Static head, Manometric head, Efficiencies- Manometric efficiency, Volumetric efficiency, Mechanical efficiency and Overall efficiency, Cavitation and its effect, Working principle of Jet & Submersible pumps.

5. Engineering Drawing: Construction of polygon: Construction of any regular polygon of given side using general method. Conical Curves: Ellipse, Parabola, Hyperbola, Eccentricity of above curves – Construction of ellipse by concentric circles method - Construction of parabola by rectangle method - Construction of rectangular hyperbola. Projection of points and Lines, projection of planes, projection of solids, Auxiliary views.

6. Reinforced concrete structures: Grades of concrete, characteristic strength, modulus of elasticity-I.S. 456 -2000-Philosophy of limit state design. Limit state of strength and serviceability, partial safety factor-design strength of materials and design loads - assumptions. Analysis and limit state design of rectangular beams singly, doubly reinforced and T-beams, Shear in RCC beams, lintels and sunshades- development length. Slabs analysis and limit state design of one way and two way slabs as per IS 456-2000 Torsion reinforcement. design of continuous slabs and beams Deflection check for slabs and beams. Detailing of reinforcement in singly reinforced and double reinforced simply supported beams of rectangular sections and lintels. one way and two way slabs. Columns: Codal provisions of I.S 456 2000 short and long columns different shapes design of short columns by limit state method -
long columns concept, effective length for different end conditions. footings-isolated column footings - one way shear and two way shear. Stairs-types, loads on stairs.

7. Surveying: Chain surveying - purpose and principle -errors and corrections - different operations in chain surveying - obstacles - methods of calculation of area. Compass surveying - purpose and principle - bearings - traversing using prismatic compass - local attraction - errors - Levelling - definitions - component parts - errors - classification of levelling - contouring - characteristics and methods. Theodolite - principles and component parts - fundamental lines and relationship among them - adjustments of theodolite - measurement of horizontal and vertical angles - errors - traverse computations - bowditoh and transit rule. Tachometry principle - stadia tachometry - tangential tachometry, principle and uses of E.D.M. Electronic Theodolite, total station, Global positioning system - Importance, G.I.S - use and applications in Civil Engineering.

8. Production Technology: Working and operations of lathe, Drilling, shaper, slotter, planner, milling machines - Capstan and turret lathes - copying lathes - surface finishing operations - Honing, lapping, super finishing, electro plating, metal spraying. Equipment used in arc and gas welding. modern welding methods - Submerged arc, atomic, hydrogen, CO2, and ultrasonic welding, Forging processes and tools - cold and hot working processes. Pattern types - types of moulding sand and their properties - Defects in casting and welding. 
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AP Grama Sachivalayam PANCHAYAT SECRETARY GRADE VI DIGITAL ASSISTANT Exam SYLLABUS and Exam Pattern

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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
PANCHAYAT RAJ AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT: AMARAVATHI, GUNTUR DISTRICT
NOTIFICATION NO.02/2019, DATED:26-07-2019

PANCHAYAT SECRETARY GRADE–VI (DIGITAL ASSISTANT) IN A.P. PANCHAYAT RAJ SUBORDINATE SERVICE (GENERAL RECRUITMENT)

SYLLABUS FOR GENERAL POSTS – PANCHAYAT SECRETARY GRADE. VI DIGITAL ASSISTANT

Written examination (Objective Type) No., of questions Duration (minutes) Maximum Marks
Written examination (Objective Type) No., of questions Duration (minutes) Maximum Marks
Part- A :
General Studies , Mental Ability, Indian History, Polity, Economy, Geography etc., with special reference to Andhra Pradesh
50 50 50

Part – B :
Engineering Subjects
100 100 100
TOTAL 150
Note:- For each correct answer 1 mark will be awarded and each wrong answer will carry 0.25 negative mark.

SYLLABUS FOR EXIMANITION TO THE POST OF PANCHAYAT SECRETARY (GRADE–VI DIGITAL ASSISTANT) IN A.P. PANCHAYAT RAJ SUBORDINATE SERVICE

PART-A

GENERAL STUDIES AND MENTAL ABILITY
  1. 1. General Mental ability and reasoning.
  2. 2. Quantitative aptitude including data interpretation.
  3. 3. General English.
  4. 4. Current affairs of regional, national and International importance.
  5. 5. General Science and its applications to the day to day life, Contemporary development in science and Technology and information Technology.
  6. 6. History & Culture of India with specific focus on AP.
  7. 7. Indian polity and governance: constitutional issues, 73/74th Amendments, public policy, reforms ad center – state relations with specific reference to Andhra Pradesh.
  8. 8. Society, Social justice, rights issues.
  9. 9. Physical geography of Indian sub-continent and Andhra Pradesh.
  10. 10. Key welfare & development schemes of Government of Andhra Pradesh.
PART-B

ENGINEERING SUBJECTS
1. Data Structures: Introduction to Data Structures, Arrays, Stacks – Stack Operations, Applications of Stacks, Queues – Types of Queues, Operations on Queues, Applications, Linked Lists: Types of Lists, Operations on Linked Lists, Representation of Lists, Applications, Trees: Trees, Binary Trees Tree Traversals Techniques (Preorder, Inorder, Postorder), Graphs: Introduction, Types of Graphs, Graph Traversal Techniques (BFS & DFS), Searching and Sorting: Linear Search, Binary Search, Bubble Sort, Selection Sort, Insertion Sort, Quick Sort.

2. Data Base Management Systems: Introduction to DBMS, Characteristics, Data Models, Architecture, Database Design - Data Modeling, Dependency - Functional Dependencies, Lossless decomposition, Normal forms, Working with Tables - Data Definition Languages (DDL), Data Manipulation Language (DML), Functions and Grouping, Joins and Set operations.


3. Operating Systems: Introduction to Operating System, Types of Operating System, OS Structure and its Components, Objectives of OS, Functions of OS, Services provided by OS, The Evolution of Operating Systems Process Management - Process, Process Scheduling, Process Control Block, CPU Scheduling Algorithms, Memory Management - Dynamic Loading and Linking, Overlays, Logical and Physical Address Space, Contiguous Allocation – Internal & External Fragmentation, Non Contiguous Allocation - Paging and Segmentation schemes.

4. Computer organization: Fundamentals of Computers, Components of Computer System, Types of Softwares, Utility Softwares, Main memory and its types, Memory hierarchy, Characteristics of memory, Locality of Reference, External Memory, Basics of RAID, Input/Output, Modes of I/O Data Transfer – Programmed I/O, Interrupt Driven I/O, Direct Memory Access (DMA), Computer Arithmetic - Integer Representation and Arithmetic, Floating Point Representation and Arithmetic.
5. Number Systems and Digital circuits:Number Systems, Conversion of Number system, Complements, Subtraction with complements, Alpha Numeric Representation, Fixed and Floating Point Representation, Character Representation Digital Circuits -Logic Gates, Boolean Algebra Theorems.

6. Programming Languages: Algorithm and its efficiency, Flowchart, C Fundamentals – Tokens, variables, expressions, Operators, Flow Control Statements, break and continue, goto statements, Loop Control Statements, Functions, recursion, storage classes, Structures and Unions, Pointers, Arrays, Dynamic Memory Allocation Functions, OOPS Concepts - Class, Objects, Data Encapsulation, Data Hiding, Inheritance, Polymorphism, Function Overloading, Operator Overloading, Type Conversions, Constructors and Destructors, friend functions, this pointer, Inheritance and its types.
7. Computer Networks: Introduction to Computer Networks - Network topologies, Network classifications, Overview of OSI reference model and TCP/IP protocol suite, Transmission Media– Wired and Wireless Transmission, Networks Switching Techniques, Multiple Access Protocols - CSMA/CD protocols, Ethernet LANS, repeaters, hubs, switches, bridges, router and gateways, Networks Layer Functions – Routing, Routing algorithms, IP protocol, Transport Layer Functions - Error and Flow control, Three way handshake, Application layer protocol - Overview of DNS protocol, WWW &HTTP protocols, Network Security Basics -Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability, Security Policies, Security Mechanisms, Transposition, Substitution, Steganography, Ceaser Cipher, Symmetric crypto System vs Asymmetric crypto System, Active and Passive Attacks, Firewalls – Firewall and its types, Intruder - Intrusion Detection System (IDS) - Network Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDS) and Host-Based Intrusion Detection Systems (HIDS), Virus and related threats - Virus, Worms, Trojan Horses, Spyware and Adware, Rootkit, Zoombies, Botnets, Scareware.

8. Circuit Theory, Electronic Devices and Circuits:
Mesh Current and Node voltage analysis –Network theorems – Thevenin’s, Norton’s, Maximum Power Transfer, Superposition and Reciprocity theorems – Series and Parallel Resonance – Q Factor- Selectivity – Bandwidth – Linear wave shaping circuits.
Semiconductor diodes – varactor diode – zener diode - Clippers and Clampers – Transistors – FETs – UJT (characterstics only) – Power supplies – Rectifiers and Filters – HW, FW and Bridge type – Capacitor, Inductor, L- section filter – Series and shunt regulators – Transistor amplifiers –
CE,CC and CB configurations – Biasing techniques – RC coupled, Differential amplifiers – Feedback, Power and Tuned amplifiers
9. Communication Engineering:
Analog – Need for Modulation – Types of Modulation (AM, FM, PM – Modulation Index –Transmitters – Receivers – Characteristics- Sensitivity, Selectivity, Wave Propagation – Ground, Sky and Space waves – Properties. Digital – Pulse modulation – PCM, Delta modulation – Data codes – Synchronous and Asynchronous transmission – error detection and correction – Digital modulation – ASK, FSK. PSK and QAM – Generation and detection – Multiplexing – TDM, FDM – Multiple Access – TDMA.
Antennas – Radiation resistance – beam width – Polarization – Directivity – Efficiency – bandwidth-gain –folded dipole – arrays – broadside – end fire – Yagi, Log periodic, Turnstile antennas – Parabolic reflectors – beam width, gain and applications.
10. D.C. Machines and A.C. machines:
DC Machines, Batteries and Measuring Instruments:DC Generators, EMF equation, Characteristics, Efficiency and Parallel operations.DC Motors : Principle of operations, Back EMF, Torque Equation, Types, armature reaction, Characteristics, Starters, Speed control, Losses, Efficiency A.C. Circuits: Fundamentals, Series and parallel R-L-C Circuits, Resonant circuits, Polyphase Circuits, Transformer : Single phase Transformer, Operation, Equivalent circuit, regulation, efficiency, Three phase Transformers, Auto Transformers.
AC Machines :Alternators : Operation, EMF equation, regulation, Synchronous Motors : Operation and performance, effects of Excitation, V – Curve and inverted V- curve, Three phase induction Motors ; Principle of operation, Torque Equation, Slip torque characterstics, losses, efficiency, speed control
11. Power System generation and Protection:
Generating Stations: Working, Comparison of thermal, Hydel, Nuclear and Gas Power Stations, power factor correction and economy.

Power station Protection: Circuit Breakers – Types, Principles of operation and uses,

Transmission and Distribution: Types of supply systems, Transmission line parameters, inductance and capacitance, performance of short and medium lines, regulation, Ferranti effect, Corona, Basic Concepts of HVDC Transmission Advantage and disadvantages of HVDC Transmission
12. Electrical & Electronic Measuring Instruments:
Analog Instruments – Extension of range of Ammeter, Voltmeter and Ohmmeter – FET Voltmeter – Differential voltmeter – Digital instruments – Ramp – Dual slope integration- successive approximation –digital frequency meter-digital LCR meter – CRO –CRT-time base generator – deflection sensitivity – triggered sweep circuits – CRO applications.

Classification, Principle of Operation of Moving coil, moving iron, Dynamometer type, Induction type meters, Instrument transformers, Induction type energy meter, PF meter, Frequency meter, Measurement of Resistance, Transducers and Sensors – Types, Thermistor, Thermocouple, Pressure Transducers and Strain gauges
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AP Grama Sachivalayam VILLAGE REVENUE OFFICER (GRADE-II) Exam SYLLABUS and Exam Pattern

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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH REVENUE DEPARTMENT, VIJAYAWADA

NOTIFICATION NO.Ser.IV(1)/216/2019,DT: 26.07.2019.

VILLAGE REVENUE OFFICER (GRADE.II) – IN A.P VILLAGE REVENUE OFFICERS SERVICE


(GENERAL RECRUITMENT)

SYLLABUS FOR GENERAL POSTS - VILLAGE REVENUE OFFICER (GRADE-II)


Written examination
(Objective type)
No.of
Questions
Duration
(minutes)
Maximum
Marks

Part – A : General studies and
mental ability
50 50 50

Part – B : Drawing and survey
Syllabus
100 100 100

TOTAL
150
Note:- for each correct answer 1 mark will be awarded and each wrong answer will carry negative mark.




SYLLABUS FOR EXAMINATION FOR THE POST OF VILLAGE REVENUE OFFICER (GRADE-II) IN A.P. VILLAGE REVENUE OFFICERS SERVICE

PART - A

GENERAL STUDIES AND MENTAL ABILITY

1. General Mental ability and reasoning.

2. Quantitative aptitude including data interpretation.
3. General English.
4. Current affairs of Regional, National and International importance.
5. General Science and its applications to the day to day life, contemporary development in science and technology and information technology.
6. History and culture of India with specific focus on A.P.
7. Indian polity and governance: Constitutional issues, 73/74th amendments, public policy, reforms and center state relations with specific reference to Andhra Pradesh.
8. Society, Social justice, Right issues.
9. Physical geography of Indian sub-continent and Andhra Pradesh.
10. Key welfare and development schemes of Govt. Of Andhra Pradesh.

PART - B


DRAWING AND SURVEY SYALLABUS

1. Importance of Lettering and Numbering Figure Sizes and Proportions IS Standard Practice.

2. Construction of Plain Geometric Figures (Lines Angles, Triangle, Rhombus, Quadrilaterals, Polygon etc) Orthographic Projection - Recommended methods of Projections as per IS code.
3. Construction of Ordinary Scale Plain, & Comparative Diagonal, Vernier, & Scale of Chords.
4. Drawing Plan and Elevation of Points, Lines, Surfaces & Solids.
5. Conventional Signs and Symbols as per IS Code for Engineering Drawings and Buildings Drawings.
6. Drawing and detailing of (a) Brick arrangements Various types of Bonds, (b) Stone Masonry & Stone Joints (c) Foundations Various types
(d) Damp Proof Course & Plinth Protection (e) Roof types Reinforced Concrete, Madras Terrace & Jack Arch, (f) Flooring types Timber Flooring, Steel Flooring, Tile Flooring, (g) Arches & Lintels Carpentry Joints, Framing, Paneling and Moulding (h) Doors types Paneled, Glazed, and Flush Door, (i) Windows & Ventilators (j) Pitched Roof
Various types King post, & Queen post, (k) Steel Roof Trusses (l) Stairs
Various types Wooden, Steel and Reinforced Concrete Spiral, Doglegged & Open Well (m) Single Storied Residential House Plan, Elevation and Section (n) Cross section showing different types of Roads, Railway Track, Embankment and layout of Platforms (o) Different types of Irrigation Structures (p) Pipelines Joints Drainage Works, Manholes, Sanitary fittings, (q) Forms of Rivet Heads, Types of Riveted Joints, Standard Steel Section, Standard Connections.
7. Surveying of Buildings Sites with Chain, Field Book Entries Plotting Calculation of Areas.
8. Use of Prismatic Compass, Handling of Leveling Instrument Differential Leveling, Surveying of Building Sites with Chain and Level for Calculation of Earth Work. Plotting of Longitudinal/Cross section, Drawing of Contours. 
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AP Grama Sachivalayam Welfare and Education Assistant Exam SYLLABUS and Exam Pattern

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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH

SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT: AMARAVATHI, GUNTUR DISTRICT NOTIFICATION NO. 01/2019, DATED: 26-07-2019


WELFARE AND EDUCATION ASSISTANT IN VILLAGE SECRETARIAT

SYLLABUS FOR GENERAL POSTS – WELFARE AND EDUCATION ASSISTANT

NOTIFICATION NO.1/2019






WRITTEN EXAMINATION (OBJECTIVE TYPE)





Subject
No. of Duration Maximum
Questions (Minutes) Marks


Part A:
1. General Mental Ability and Reasoning
2. Quantitative Aptitude including data interpretation

3. Comprehension Telugu and English

4. General English

5. Basic Computer Knowledge
6. Current Affairs of regional, national and international importance
7. General Science and its applications to the day to day life, contemporary developments in Science and Technology and Information Technology

8. Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection

















75

















75

















75

Part B:
1. History & Culture of India with specific focus on AP
2. Indian Polity and governance: Constitutional issues, 73rd and 74th Amendments, Public Policy, Reforms and Centre-State relations with specific reference to Andhra Pradesh

3. Economy and Planning in India with emphasis on Andhra Pradesh

4. Society, social justice, rights issues
5. Physical Geography of Indian sub-continent and Andhra Pradesh

6. Bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and its Administrative, Economic, Social, Cultural. Political and Legal implications/.problem

7. Key welfare and development schemes of Government of Andhra Pradesh
8. Women empowerment and economic development through Self Help Groups/Community Based Organisations with focus on weaker sections.

















75

















75

















75
TOTAL 150 Questions 150 min 150 marks


Note:- For each correct answer 1 mark will be awarded and each wrong answer will carry 0.25 negative mark. 
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