APPSC Junior Assistant Preparation Book 2022

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APPSC Junior Assistant Syllabus

Hello Aspirants, Here in this Article We Will Discuss the Detailed Syllabus, Exam Pattern & Selection Process of APPSC Junior Assistant & Executive Officer Posts. Candidates Who Applied in these Vacancy Can Prepare According to the Below Given Details.

Department Name

Andhra Pradesh PSC
Name of Post Junior Assistant cum Computer Assistant & Executive Officer
Dates of Application Submission 30.12.2021 To 19.01.2022
Date of Exam Notified Soon
Selection Process Screening Test
Mains Exam
Exam Pattern Objective Type
No. of Questions 150
Max. Marks 150
Time Duration 150
Negative Marking 1/3rd of the marks
Syllabus Mention bellow

Junior Assistant cum Computer Assistant

Exam Pattern: The Exam Pattern Will be as Follows:

  • The Exam Will be Objective Type.
  • The Level of Examination Will be Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Medium of question paper will be in English and Telugu languages.
  • There Will be a Negative Marking of 1/3rd of the marks prescribed for the question.

Screening Test:

Subject No. Of Questions Duration Minutes Maximum Marks
Section – A General Studies & Mental Ability 100 100 100
Section – B General English & General Telugu (25 marks each & SSC Standard) 50 50 50
Total 150 150 150

Mains Test:

Paper

Subject No. Of Questions Duration Minutes Maximum Marks
Paper-I General Studies & Mental Ability 150 150 150
Paper-II General English & General Telugu (75 marks each & SSC Standard) 150 150 150
Total 300 300 300

Computer Proficiency Test (Qualifying Test) will be held for eligible candidates in the ratio of 1:2 with reference to total number of vacancies notified.

Syllabus:

The Exam Syllabus For The Screening Test & Mains Exam Will be as Follows:

Section – A
General Studies And Mental Ability

  1. Events of national and international importance.
  2. Current affairs- international, national and regional.
  3. General Science and it applications to the day to day life Contemporary developments in Science & Technology and information Technology.
  4. Social- economic and political history of modern India with emphasis on Andhra Pradesh.
  5. Indian polity and governance: constitutional issues, public policy, reforms and e-governance initiatives with specific reference to Andhra Pradesh.
  6. Economic development in India since independence with emphasis on Andhra Pradesh.
  7. Physical geography of Indian sub-continent and Andhra Pradesh.
  8. Disaster management: vulnerability profile, prevention and mitigation strategies, Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in the assessment of Disaster.
  9. Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection
  10. Logical reasoning, analytical ability and data interpretation.
  11. Data Analysis:
    1. Tabulation of data
    2. Visual representation of data
    3. Basic data analysis (Summary Statistics such as mean, median, mode, variance and coefficient of variation) and Interpretation
  12. Bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and its Administrative, Economic, Social, Cultural, Political, and Legal implications/problems.

Section -B
GENERAL ENGLISH AND TELUGU
(SSC Standard)

English

Telugu
Comprehension
Usage and idioms
Vocabulary and punctuation
Logical re-arrangement of sentences
Grammar
Synonyms & Vocabulary
Grammar
Telugu to English meanings
English to Telugu meanings Usage and idiom

Scheme Of Examination (Practical Type)

  TEST

Duration (Minutes) Maximum Marks
Proficiency in Office Automation with usage of Computers and Associated Software   30   50

Minimum qualifying marks

SC/ST/PH

B.C’s O.C’s
  15   17.5   20

SYLLABUS:

The test shall comprise the following four parts:

Name of the part

Name of the Question to be answered Marks
Part A Example: Typing a letter/passage/paragraph ( about 100- 150 words ) in MS-Word 15
Part B Example: Preparation of a Table/Graph in MS-Excel 10
Part C Example: Preparation of Power Point Presentations/Slides (Two) on MS-Power Point. 10
Part D Example: Creation and manipulation of data bases. 10
Part E Example: Displaying the content of E-mail (Inbox). 05
Total 50

Note: The candidates shall be given the text / matter in the Question Paper and they must type / reproduce it in the Answer Sheet. The formatting of the text should also be of the same type as given in the Question Paper.

NAME

CONTENTS OF PART-A MARKS
                          WORD Create and save a document using MS WORDDeletion of Character, Word, line and block of textUndo and redo processMoving, Copying and renaming   Format the Text documentCharacter formattingParagraph formattingPage formatting   Spell check the documentFinding and Replacing of textBookmarks and Searching for a BookmarksChecking Spelling and Grammar automaticallyChecking Spelling and Grammar using Dictionary   Print the documentPrint PreviewPrint Dialog box   Mail Merge in Ms-wordCreate main document and data file for mail mergingMerging the filesFrom letters using mail mergingMailing labels using mail merging   Table creation in Ms-wordCreate a table in the documentAdd row, column to a tableChanging column width and row height.Merge, split cells of table.Use formulae in tables.sorting data in a tableformatting a table.   7. Ability to type on Qwerty key board of Computer at a speed of at least equivalent to 30 Words per 1 minute (Lower type writing test).                           15
NAME CONTENTS OF PART-B MARKS
          EXCEL Create and save a new work book in Excel Entering Data into Worksheet Editing data of Worksheet Formatting the text in the cells Formatting the numbers in the cells. Formatting cells. Copying format of cell along with data format. Changing the height and width of cells. Freezing Titles, splitting screen Enter formulae for calculation in the cells. Copying the formula over a range of cells. Inserting built-in functions in to the cells. Create graphs for the data using Chart Wizard. Format graphs in Excel. Printing of worksheet.         10
  NAME CONTENTS OF PART-C MARKS
          POWER POINT 1.    Create and save a new presentation using MS Power Point
(i) layout of opening screen in Power Point
(ii) the tool bars in MS Power Point
2. Choose Auto Layout for a new slide.
3. Insert text and pictures into a blank slide.
4. Insert new slides into the presentation.
5. Apply slide transition effects.
6. Slide show.
7. Set animation to text and pictures in a slide.
8. Set the sounds, order and timing for animation.
            10
NAME CONTENTS OF PART-D MARKS
ACCESS Creation and manipulation of data bases   10
NAME CONTENTS OF PART-E MARKS
          INTERNET 1. Browse the Net using Browser software (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome etc.)
2. Search the Web using Search Engines.
3. Create an E-mail account.
4. Send and receive E-mail.
5. E-commerce transactions.
6. Web content uploading.
7. Ability to operate Mac OS / pages / key note / Numbers.
          05
GRAND TOTAL 50

Executive Officers, Grade-III

Exam Pattern: The Exam Pattern Will be as Follows:

  • The Exam Will be Objective Type.
  • The Level of Examination Will be Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Medium of question paper will be in English and Telugu languages.
  • There Will be a Negative Marking of 1/3rd of the marks prescribed for the question.

Screening Test:

Subject No. Of Questions Duration Minutes Maximum Marks
Section – A General Studies & Mental Ability 50 50 05
Section – B Hindu Philosophy & Temple System 100 100 100
Total 150 150 150

Mains Test:

Paper

Subject No. Of Questions Duration Minutes Maximum Marks
Paper-I General Studies & Mental Ability 150 150 150
Paper-II Hindu Philosophy & Temple System 150 150 150
Total 300 300 300

Syllabus:

The Exam Syllabus For The Screening Test & Mains Exam Will be as Follows:

Section –A
General Studies & Mental Ability

Questions: 50                                                                                                                Marks: 50

  1. Events of national and international importance.
    1. Current affairs- international, national and regional.
    2. General Science and it applications to the day to day life Contemporary developments in Science & Technology and information Technology
    3. Social- economic and political history of modern India with emphasis on Andhra Pradesh.
    4. Indian polity and governance: constitutional issues, public policy, reforms and e-governance initiatives with specific reference to Andhra Pradesh.
    5. Economic development in India since independence with emphasis on Andhra Pradesh.
    6. Physical geography of Indian sub-continent and Andhra Pradesh.
    7. Disaster management: vulnerability profile, prevention and mitigation strategies, Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in the assessment of Disaster.
    8. Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection
    9. Logical reasoning, analytical ability and data interpretation.
    10. Data Analysis:
      1. Tabulation of data
      2. Visual representation of data
      3. Basic data analysis (Summary Statistics such as mean, median, mode, variance and coefficient of variation) and Interpretation
    11. Bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and its Administrative, Economic, Social, Cultural, Political, and Legal implications/problems.

Section –B
Hindu Philosophy & Temple System

Questions: 100                                                                                                                     Marks: 100

  1. Ramayanam Basic Knowledge about different characters in Ramayanam – Various parts (Kandaas) of Ramayanam – Dynasties mentioned in Ramayanam. Basic Knowledge about various places mentioned in Ramayanam.
  2. Mahabharatham Basic Knowledge about different characters in Mahabharatham – Various parts (Parvaas) of Mahabharatham – Dynasties mentioned in Mahabharatham. Basic Knowledge about various places mentioned in Mahabharatham
  3. Bhagavatham Basic Knowledge about different characters in Bhagavatham – Various parts (Skandams) of Bhagavatham – Basic Knowledge about various places mentioned in Bhagavatham.
  4. Hindu Puranams Basic knowledge in various Hindu Puranams – Basic Knowledge about various places mentioned in Puranams.
  5. Temple Agamas – Different Agamas in Hindu Sastraas:
    1. Vaishnavam : a) Vaikhanasam, b) Pancharathram, c) Chattada Srivaishnavam,
    2. Saivam : a) Smardham, b) Adi Saiva, c) Veera Saiva, d) Jangama, e) Kapalika etc.,
    3. Mother Goddesses: Sakteyam.
  6. Hindu Festivals that will be celebrated in different parts of India. Classical fine Arts of Indian origin.
  7. Vedic Culture: Yagnas & Yagams in Vedic Culture – Vedas – Upavedas – Upanishads – Dharmas in different stages of life.
  8. Different Philosophies & Cults in Hindu Religion and Gurus who Professed Different Philosophies & Cults In The History Of Hindu Religion: Alwars (Vaishnavait Gurus); Nayanars (Saivait Gurus); Sankarachrya (Advaitha); Ramanujacharya (Visishtadvaitha); Madhwacharya (Dvaithadvaitham); Basava (Veera Saiva).
  9. Family structure in Hindu Society – Adoption – Succession.
  10. Sources of Income for Temples and Charitable Institutions. Allocation of funds of Endowment Institutions for different purposes. (Section 57 of Endowments Act, 30/87).
  11. Duties of Executive Officers of Endowment Institutions (Section 29 of Endowments Act, 30/87).
  12. Basic knowledge on Land Records – Law relating to Endowments Lands, [ROR Act (Record of Rights in Land and Pattadar Pass Book Act) & Sections 75 to 86 of Endowments Act,30/87)]

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