As per notice, no changes are done in APPSC Group 1 syllabus and exam pattern. APPSC has released the revised extended dates of Group 1 mains exam. The exam will now be conducted from November 02 to 13, 2020. The new Schedule for APPSC Group 1 mains exam is given below:
|Telugu (Qualifying Paper)||November 02, 2020 (FN)|
|English (Qualifying Paper)||November 03, 2020 (FN)|
(General Essay – on contemporary themes & issues of regional, national & international importance)
|November 05, 2020 (FN)|
(History and Cultural and Geography of India & Andhra Pradesh)
|November 07, 2020 (FN)|
(Polity, constitution, Governance, Law and Ethics)
|November 09, 2020 (FN)|
(Economy and Development of India and Andhra Pradesh)
|November 11, 2020 (FN)|
(Science, Technology & Environmental Issues)
|November 13, 2020 (FN)|
APPSC Group 1 Exam Pattern and Syllabus 2019: APPSC is getting everything set to conduct Group 1 exam for all the candidates who applied for the recruitment process. There are about 182 vacant positions for which the commission has released notifications. All the applicants are waiting for the APPSC group 1 syllabus and exam pattern.
Candidates who are searching for APPSC Group 1 exam pattern and syllabus should continue to read to find all the details. Below there is detailed exam pattern and syllabus details.
Name of the Organization: Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission
Name of the post: Group 1
Category: Exam pattern and syllabus
Type: Written Exam
Candidates who applied for this recruitment should attend both preliminary and mains examinations conducted by APPSC. The preliminary exam is a screening test that has only objective type questions. In mains exams, there are conventional type questions.
APPSC Group 1 Preliminary or Prelims test exam pattern:
This is a screening test which has all the objective type questions. Candidates should choose one right answer among the 4 multiple choices given.
|Subject||Number of questions||Total marks||Duration|
APPSC Group 1 Main Exam Pattern:
The mains examination is conducted in a conventional type questions pattern. In which General English marks are not considered in the selection process. The other five papers that come under the general essay are considered. Each paper carries 150 marks and altogether Mains exam will be conducted for 750 marks.
|General English||–||150(Not Considered)|
|General Essay||Paper 1||150|
|Total||900-150 = 750 Marks|
Candidates who are shortlisted from Mains examination will be called for personal interview which carries 75 marks.
APPSC Mains examination Syllabus 2019:
|1||General English||Reading Comprehension||Reading Comprehension Passage|
|Functional Grammar||Recognition of parts of speech|
|Verb forms – Usage of Tenses|
|Identifying and Interchange of Sentences (Simple, Complex, and Compound) (Active and Passive voice)|
|Use of Prepositions and Prepositional Phrases|
|Correction of Sentences|
|Vocabulary Usage||Idioms and Phrases|
|One Word Substitutes – Recognition and Usage|
|Composition||Paragraph writing using words and Phrases|
|Essay writing – Topics of Social relevance|
|Description of picture and symbols|
|Letter writing (informal and formal)|
|Non-Verbal Communication/ Body language|
|2||Geenral Essay||Paper 1, Section1||Crisis management|
|Social, Economic and Health Problems|
|Analysis and solutions|
|Paper 1, Section2||Current events|
|Schemes and programmes of National and International importance|
|Paper 1, Section 3||Current events|
|Policies, schemes and programmes of the State of Andhra Pradesh|
|Paper 2||History And Cultural Heritage of India With Emphasis on 20th|
|Century History of India|
|Social And Cultural History of Andhra Pradesh|
|An Overview of The Indian Constitution|
|Paper 3||Planning in India and Indian Economy|
|Land Reforms and Social Changes In Andhra Pradesh After|
|Land Reforms & Social Changes In Andhra Pradesh After|
|Paper 4||Role And Impact of Science And Technology In The Development of India|
|Role And Impact of Science And Technology In The Development of India|
|Ecology, Natural Resources And Environmental Issues|
|Paper 5||Data Analysis and Interpretation of diagrammatic data|
|Logical Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude|
Candidates can stay tuned to this page for more updates regarding the APPSC Group 1 exam pattern and syllabus 2019.
Official website: www.psc.ap.gov.in
APPSC Group 1 Syllabus Andhra Pradesh prelims Mains exam pattern
We already know that APPSC is going to announce a recruitment notification. Aspirants who are seeking jobs in APPSC are searching for the syllabus and previous papers. Here is a good news that APPSC has announced the Group 1 exam pattern and syllabus in its official website. Candidates can download the syllabus from this page we have provided the syllabus and exam pattern.
About APPSC Recruitment
Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission is established in the year 1956. It had combined Andhra and Hyderabad Public Service Commission into it. The State has recently divide to 2 states like Telangana and Andhra Pradesh so that both State Government is going to announce huge number of Govt jobs like AP Govt jobs and Telangana Govt jobs. APPSC every year released Group 1,2,3,4 notifications and Andhra prdesh Recruitment in various department like AP VRO VRA Recruitment, AP Revenue Jobs, AP Teacher jobs, AP / Postal Jobs, AP Bank jobs, APPSC Andhra Pradesh Water Grid Recruitment, APPSC Panchayatraj Recruitment, AP Fisheries Recruitment, APPSC Drug Inspector Recruitment, APPSC AE Recruitment, APPSC Police Recruitment, APPSC Judicial Department Recruitment, and other latest jobs.
Also Read : APPSC One Time Registration Process
Andhra Pradesh candidates are eagerly waiting for this notification. It release the notification for Group 1, 2, 3, 4 in long ago. Now this time the aspirants are thinking that they are going to release the vacancies in large number. APPSC fills vacancies through direct recruitment by statutory rules. It also have the right to transfer the candidates.
APPSC Group I Recruitment posts
Non technical services come under Group I
Deputy Collector, Regional Transport Officer, Commercial Tax Officer, Assistant Audit Officer, Deputy Registrar in Co-operative Societies, District Registrar, District Panchayat Officer, Divisional Fire Officer, Municipal Commissioner Grade-II, Assistant Excise Superintendent, Deputy Superintendent of Jails, Assistant Commissioner of Labour, District Social Welfare Officer, District Employment Officer, Mandal Parishad Development Officer. Deputy Superintendent of Police of Category – 2.
APPSC Group 1 exam pattern
Group 1 exam is a state civil services exam. This exam will conduct for the above mention posts. The exam will conduct in two phases, first round is prelims exam and second round of the exam is mains. The exam was conducted for 150 marks. The duration of the exam is 2 and half hours. The main exam will be in this way it was conducted for six papers including English and the main exam duration is 3 hours for 150 marks each paper. The total marks of the main written exam exam is 750 The final round is personal interview it contains 75 marks.
General English :
Comprehension, Precis Writing, Re-arrangement of sentences, Correction of sentences, Synonyms & Antonyms, Filling the blanks, Correction of spellings, Vocabulary and usage, Idioms and phrases, Verb tenses, Prepositions, Active voice and passive voice, Parts of speech
Paper 1 (General Essay) :
Section : 1 : Crisis management, Social problems, analysis and solutions
Section II : Current events of national and international importance
Section III : Current events relating to state of AP
Paper II :
Section I : History and cultural heritage of India with emphasis on 20th century history of India.
Section II : social and cultural history of ap
Section III : general overview of Indian constitution.
Paper III :
Section 1 : India & Indian Economy planning
Section II : Social changes in AP after independence
Section III : AP state economy, current status, weaknesses and strengths
Paper IV :
Section 1 : Role & Impact of science and technology in the Development of India
Section II : General awareness with modern trends in Life sciences.
Section III : Development & Environment problems
Paper V :
Data interpretation and problem solving