Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission(APPSC) is the state government-owned organization that monitors various recruitment processes for the affiliated sectors. It releases various job notifications and hires suitable aspirants for various designations based on their merit. APPSC announces the official notifications for Group 1, Group 2, and Group 3 posts annually.APPSC released the notification for a total of 110 CF + 336 Fresh vacancies for this year. The proforma application is available on Commission's Website which is https://psc.ap.gov.in from 10/01/2019 to 31/01/2019. The last date for fee payment is up to 11:59 midnight of 30/01/2019. The Commission conducts Screening test in offline mode incase number of applicants exceed 25000 in number and it is likely to be held on 05/05/2019. The main examination is in online mode for candidates selected in screening test that will be held through computer based test on 18/07/2019 & 19/07/2019 respectively. APPSC Group II Vacancies include Asst., Section Officer, Asst., Registrar, Extn., Officer, Dy. Tahsildar, Executive Officer Gr.I, Municipal Commr., Gr.III, Senior Accountants, Excise Sub-Inspectors posts. Being competitive in nature, these exams demand acquiring certain set of skills which cannot be achieved by just traditional methodology of studying. In this scenario, APPSC Group 2 Mock Test in Telugu plays a significant role. APPSC Group 2 Mains are specifically designed to resemble actual exam pattern and follows the exact syllabus too.
APPSC Group 2 Exam is conducted in two Stages:
1.Screening Test which is Objective Type following degree standard syllabus. The Screening written examination includes Section A, B, C.
|Subject||No. of Questions||Duration (Minutes)||Maximum Marks|
|Sec A: General Studies &|
Mental Ability &
Sec C: Planning and Economy
2.Main Examination which is also Objective Type following degree standard syllabus but more comprehensive in nature. Syllabus for Mains Written Examination are:
Paper I - General Studies and Mental Ability
Paper II - Social & Cultural History of Andhra Pradesh Indian Constitution Paper III - Planning & Economy
3. Interview/Document Verification Candidates who finally qualified the Main exams will be called for Interview which carries 75 marks. In this Interview, the board will test the candidate's attitude and decision making skills. Candidates have to produce Original documents and other particulars at the time of verification. The selections to these posts will be based on the marks/merit obtained by the candidates in the Written examination subject to rule of reservation, local reservation etc. duly following special representation as laid down in General Rule-22 and 22-A of A.P. State and Subordinate Service Rules, and also with due regard to special/ technical qualifications if any.