Syllabus for the Group IV exams with model questions | Tips to prepare for the Group IV exam?

September 4th, 2010| Education.

Syllabus for the Group IV exams with model questions | Tips to prepare for the Group IV exam?

There is a great response to the group IV notification as it is given after many days. Nearly 10 lakh people are going to write this exam.

General studies paper 1:

Syllabus with academic nature:

The group IV exam conducted by the APPSC had many changes in it even though intermediate is the qualification. The syllabus in the general studies is defined to tenth class and the mathematics and languages are not there in the syllabus. Other subjects like history, civics, geography, biology, physics and chemistry are considered in the syllabus.

Depth in the syllabus:

There is a need of deep and descriptive knowledge on the topics in the syllabus as the standard and syllabus nature is there. There are difficult questions in the previous papers with many varieties and they should prepare as the tenth student.

Syllabus description:

There is not only Indian history but there are present topics also. So we should concentrate on the main topics in the history and we should concentrate on the independence struggle and national struggles. In the world history, we should study the British fight, American struggle, French struggle, fights for democracy, Germany agreement, Italy agreement, Russian struggle, world wars, changes that took place, institutions, Africa, Asia, Latin America countries formation and other world history related topics.

Indian legislative is more important in the civics:

In this part, the legislative, main points, central and state governments, parliament establishment, authorities of supreme and high courts, rules and regulations, duties, local governments etc should be studied carefully. We should update with the regular issues and mainly the elections, parliament seats, eligibilities, duration of the posts, salaries and dismissal cases.

Indian geography mainly depends on general geography:

in this part, there are mainly earth formation, limited, effects, Indian effect, rivers, water flow, water temperature, minerals, facilities, industries, energy, transport facilities, census etc are there. There will be good result if it is studied with the help of atlas.

Limited syllabus on the Indian finance department:

We should study the Indian finance matters like finance nature, qualities, rules, policies, taxes, development etc.

General science – biology, physics and chemistry:

There will be more questions asked from this and the students should concentrate more this topic. Living things, species, digestive system, excretory system, other fatty acids, increase, decrease, genes, animal husbandry and development, health, communicable diseases etc are there in the syllabus. They should study the syllabus of tenth and tuff questions will be asked.

Current affairs:

The changes that took place in the national and international level, main persons in the news, places, conferences, issues and sports should be given importance. They should study the committees, organizations and new changes in the technology.

Paper 2: secretarial abilities:

There will be test on the candidates, comprehension and the candidate’s response on particular issues. There are logical reasoning, word power, number series, letter series, simple arithmetic and we should be able to write the summary of a paragraph. They will test the mental abilities, memory power and imagination power. The only way to get grip in his part is to practice well. It is enough to practice the books which are available in the market.

They should follow the following points;

  • The preparation for the competitive exams should be serious and planned. They should manage the time and prepare the schedule according to the syllabus.
  • They should be able to know the correct answers in less time.
  • It is not sufficient to learn the questions and answers in the objective type, they should study the concept also as it would be difficult when the questions are twisted.
  • Every candidate should prepare on their own.
  • All the topics in the syllabus should be concentrated and there are no important topics in the syllabus. There won’t be good results when the candidate concentrates on few topics only.
  • They should prepare with the concept, related knowledge to the topic, description, and then they can qualify the exam.

What to study?

1)      8, 9,10th classes books except the languages.

2)      They should prepare own notes for the current affairs by reading the news papers and magazines.

3)      They should see the previous papers and answer them.

4)      The study material and guides available in the market.

5)      They should follow the advices of the experts and discussions with the fellow candidates.

6)      The books related to the general knowledge and which increase the intelligence should be studied.

Syllabus – scheme of examination:

Paper I:

General studies:

Questions – 150, marks – 150, time – 150 minutes

Syllabus: history, economics, civics, biology, physics, chemistry, geography and current affairs up to tenth standard.

Paper II:

Secretarial abilities:

Questions – 150, marks – 150, time – 150 minutes

Syllabus: mental ability, logical reasoning, comprehension, framing of the sentences, numerical and arithmetical abilities.

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