Tuesday, 30 July 2019

AP Grama Sachivalayam VILLAGE REVENUE OFFICER (GRADE-II) Exam SYLLABUS and Exam Pattern

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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