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A.P. Assistant Social Welfare Officer 2012

Introduction: 

Vacancies for the post of Assistant Social Welfare Officer in Andhra Pradesh.

Exam: 
State PSC
Select Exam: 
Andhra Pradesh (APPSC)
30 Dec 2011
Deadline: 
30 Aug 2012
Exam Date: 
30 Sep 2012
Vacancies: 

PC.No

 

Name of the Post

No. Of Vacancies

Age as on 01/07/2011

Min. Max.

01

Assistant Social Welfare Officer

24

18-36*


Pay Scale: 

Rs. 14,860 - 39,540

Eligibility: 

Education:

Post Code

Name of the Post

Educational Qualifications

01

Assistant Social Welfare Officer

Must posses a Bachelor’s Degree of a 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 or an equivalent qualification.

Selection Procedure: 

The selection of candidates will be made on written examination (conventional type). The final selection of these posts will be based on the written examination.

The minimum qualifying marks for selection are OCs 40%, BCs 35% SCs, STs 30%. The minimum qualifying marks are relaxed able in the case of SC/ST/BC.

 

Scheme of Exam:

Written(Objective Type)Examination

Paper-1

General Studies

150 Marks

150 Minutes

150 Questions

Paper-2

Subject (compulsory paper)

300 Marks

150 Minutes

150 Questions

Total

450 Marks

 

How To Apply: 

Application can be made from APPSC’s website (www.apspsc.gov.in)

Application fees: 

Rs.100/- (Application Processing Fee), Rs.120/- (Examination Fee) 

Additional Information: 

Centre for Written Examination:

  • The Written Examination will be held at Hyderabad centre only.

For further instructions and relaxation in upper age limit, log on to:

http://website.apspsc.gov.in/Documents/NOTIFICATIONS/156.pdf

Syllabus:

Paper I: General Studies

Paper-2

Section-I: History and Cultural Heritage of India with Emphasis on 20th Century History of India

Section-II: Social and Cultural History of Andhra Pradesh

Section-III: General Overview of the Indian Constitution

Section-IV: Planning in India & Indian Economy

Section-V: Land Reforms & Social Changes in A.P. After Independence

Section – VI: Andhra Pradesh Economy, Present Status, its Strengths and Weaknesses