PANCHAYAT SECRETARY GRADE–V

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Educational Qualifications – Must have passed the Degree from any University in India established or incorporated by or under a Central Act, State Act or a Provincial Act or an Institution recognized by the University Grants Commission.

AGE – No person shall be eligible for direct recruitment if he/she is less than 18 years of age and if he / she is more than 42 years of age

 

SYLLABUS

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
150
150

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

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

 

PRACTICE PART-A

  • Scan the Entire Test
  • Focus on the Questions
  • Work with the Answers

Daily Current Affairs - Prepare it on daily basis and at the end of the week (Saturday) revise them.

Monthly current affairs - read them daily in 4 day slot. For example : if you are preparing the whole July month current affairs, today just read 1st-4th July current affairs, then tomorrow you will read 5th-8th July current affairs. In this way on the fourth day you have to revise all the three slots i.e. 1st-12th july

will have to ultimately depend upon your common sense which can be acquired through reading newspaper daily. So, don’t chase too many facts and figures

Reading current affairs daily makes you aware of what's happening around and prevents you from last minute mugging.

READ TODAY NEWS

PRACTICE PART-B


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