APPSC 2023 Recruitment, Application Form, Eligibility, Vacancies, Pattern, Syllabus

The acronym APPSC stands for the Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission. In 1956, the Andhra Public Service Commission and the Hyderabad Public Service Commission merged to create the APPSC. Its goal is to employ government servants annually starting the examination process. Several people will get another chance to realize their dreams owing to APPSC 2023 Recruitment.

APPSC 2023: Schedule  

Events Dates
Application Form Commencement To be Declared
Fee Submission Starting To be Declared
Admit Card Release 10 days prior to the exam
Prelims Exam Result To be Declared
Prelims Exam Result  To be Declared
Mains Exam Date  To be Declared
Mains Exam Result To be Declared
Call letters To be Declared
Interview Dates To be Declared

APPSC 2023 Application Process

The procedures for completing the application form are outlined below.

  • For further details, kindly visit the official website.
  • Candidates should then open the link to see the most current announcements.
  • Double-check all of the details in the APPSC board’s formal notice.
  • Start the registration procedure.
  • Ensure you include all of the necessary information while completing out the registration form.
  • Submit all necessary papers in the specified format throughout the application procedure.
  • After that, you’ll have to submit the application costs.
  • Click the submit button once you’ve completed filling out the form.

Eligibility Requirements

The following are the APPSC’s eligibility requirements:

Age Restriction

The applicant should meet the age requirements mentioned in the official announcement.

  • The lower limit Age Requirement is 18 years.
  • 42 years old is the maximum limit.

The age requirements for certain particular jobs are shown in the table below:

Age Restriction Posts
21-26 Years District Fire Officers
18-26 Years Assistance Prohibition & Excise Superintendent
18-28 Years Deputy Superintendent Of Jail (Men)

APPSC Age Relaxation

For APPSC employment, the Government of India provides age exemption to applicants from certain categories. The reduction for various applicants is shown in the following table:

Categories Age Relaxation
ST/SC/ Backward Classes 5 Years
Ex-servicemen Person 3 Years
Ap State Government Employee 5 Years
Physically Handicapped 10 Years

Educational Qualifications

  • The candidate should have earned a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, or equivalent degree from an accredited college or institution.
  • Candidates in the last year of their bachelor’s degree are indeed able to qualify for APPSC Recruitment 2023.

Exam Pattern

Prelims Exam

1st Paper (G.S): This paper is divided into four sections, each being worth 30 marks

  1. Culture & History
  2. Social Justice, Constitution polity & International relations.
  3. Andhra Pradesh & Indian Economy & Planning.
  4. Geography.

The no. of questions would be 120 for 120 marks.

2nd Paper (General Aptitude): This paper is divided into two sections: A and B. 60 Marks are assigned to every component.

  1. Organizational and Behavioral Abilities – General Mental Ability
  2. Technology and Sciences
  3. Important regional, national, and international occurrences

There’ll be 120 questions for a total of 120 marks. For each wrong response, one-third of a mark would be removed.

Mains Exam

  • Telugu: 150 marks in 180 minutes
  • English: 150 marks in 180 minutes
  • 1st paper: current topics and problems of regional, international, and worldwide significance for 150 marks in 180 minutes.
  • 2nd paper: Heritage, Culture, and Environment of India and Andhra Pradesh for 150 in 180 minutes.
  • 3rd Paper: Politics, Constitution, Administration, Laws, and Ethics for 150 marks in 180 minutes.
  • 4th paper: Economic growth and Growth in Andhra Pradesh and India for 150 marks in 180 minutes.
  • 5th paper: Mathematics, Technology, and Ecological Problems for 150 marks in 180 minutes.
  • The interview would be worth 75 marks.

APPSC 2023: Syllabus

The APPSC Group 1 examinations’ curriculum may be found here. All other categories’ curriculums are available for perusal by applicants.

Prelims Syllabus

1st Paper

  • Internal Relations and Constitution
  • Andhra Pradesh Economy and Planning
  • Social Justice
  • Indian Economy
  • History, Culture, and Geography

2nd Paper

  • General Mental Ability
  • Technology and Science
  • Current Events: National, Regional, and International
  • Administrative and Psychological Abilities

Mains Syllabus

  • Telugu Language
  • English Language
  • Technology, Issues Related to Science, and Environment
  • National, Issues Related to Regional,  and International Importance
  • Economy and Development of Andhra Pradesh
  • Indian Economy
  • Ethics, Constitution, Governance, Politics, and Laws.
  • Culture, History, and Geography of Andhra Pradesh and India

APPSC 2023: Selection Procedure

There are three phases to the APPSC selection process:

  • Step 1: APPSC Prelims Examination: The prelims test is the initial stage, and it consists of two papers: General Studies and Ability Tests. The applicant is qualified for the Mains test if he or she succeeds in the preliminary exam.
  • Step 2- APPSC Mains Test: The second phase of the examination is the Mains examination, which consists of seven exams, two of which are passing language papers in English and Telugu. The applicants who have been shortlisted for the interview round will be chosen.
  • Step 3: APPSC Interview: The interview phase is the final step. If the applicant passes the interview, he or she should undergo a few weeks of training until beginning full-time employment.

Salary & Perks

The APPSC officers’ salaries vary from RS. 4.2 LPA to RS. 11.76 LPA. The pay scale for the different positions is listed in the following table:

Salary Post Name
RS. 40,720 – RS. 93,780 Assistance commission
Rs. 40,720 – RS. 93,780 DSP
R. 37,100 – Rs. 91,450 DSO
Rs. 35,120 – Rs. 87,130 Regional Transport Officers
Rs. 35,120 – Rs. 87,130 Mandal Parishad Development Officers
Rs. 35,120 – Rs. 87,130 District Employment Officers
Rs. 35,120 – Rs. 87,130 Municipality Commission Grade 1
Rs. 35,120 – Rs. 87,130 Assistance Audit Officers
RS. 40,720 – RS. 93,780 Deputy collector
Rs. 37,100 – RS. 91,450 DSJ (Men)
Rs. 35,120 – Rs. 87,130 Assistance Treasury Officers
Rs. 35,120 – Rs. 87,130 Assistance Prohibition and Excise Service
Rs. 37,100 – Rs. 91,450 District Registrar
Rs. 37,100 – Rs. 91,450 District Tribal Welfare Officers
Rs. 37,100 – Rs. 91,450 District Social Welfare Officers
Rs. 35,120 – Rs. 87,130 Administrative Officers/Treasury Grade 2

Aside from the base pay, newly hired authorities are given a variety of extra perks and incentives, including:

  • Transport Allowance, HRA, Dearness Allowance, Pension Schemes, and Gross Salary are some of the benefits available to you.

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