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Exam Name Extension officer grade 1
Organization Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission – AP Govt
Vacancy 22
Exam Date (tentative) Expected this month
Education type 10th 12th pass govt jobs  /
Selection Process: Exam / interview
Notification year 8th December 2022
Official website psc.ap.gov.in
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Appsc Extension officer grade 1 Syllabus 2022

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AP Extension Officer Grade I Prelims Exam Pattern:

Exam Type – Screening Test Total Questions, Marks Exam Duration
Part A: General Studies & Mental Ability
Part B: Common Subject: Home Science and Social Work
75 150 Minutes

AP PSC EO Mains Exam Pattern:

Type of Test Subject Name Questions, Time Duration, Marks
PART A: (Objective Type) Paper-I: General Studies & Mental Ability 150
Paper-II: Common Subject: Home Science and Social Work 150
PART B: Interview 30 Marks
Total 330 Marks,
300 Minutes

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Part A General Studies & Mental Ability

(Prelims)

75 Questions 75 Marks
1. Events of national and international importance.
2. Current affairs- international, national and regional.
3. General Science and it applications to the day to day life Contemporary developments
in Science & Technology and information Technology
4. Social- economic and political history of modern India with emphasis on Andhra Pradesh.
5. Indian polity and governance: constitutional issues, public policy, reforms and
e-governance initiatives with specific reference to Andhra Pradesh.
6. Economic development in India since independence with emphasis on Andhra Pradesh.
7. Physical geography of Indian sub-continent and Andhra Pradesh.
8. Disaster management: vulnerability profile, prevention and mitigation strategies,
Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in the assessment of Disaster.
9. Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection
10. Logical reasoning, analytical ability and data interpretation.
11. Data Analysis:
a) Tabulation of data
b) Visual representation of data
c) Basic data analysis (Summary Statistics such as mean, median, mode, variance and
coefficient of variation) and Interpretation
12. Bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and its Administrative, Economic, Social, Cultural,
Political, and Legal implications/problems

Common Subject: Home Science and Social Work (Prelims)

ENCE & SOCIAL WORK
75 Questions 75 Marks
I. Food Science and Nutrition:
i) Basic food group which will provide nutrition, requirement for normal health; body building
goods, energy food and protractive foods – Cereals – millets, legumes, oilseeds, milk and milk
products, flesh goods, egg, fish, vegetables, fruits – Nutritive Value; selection, storage,
processing and cooking methods their effect on nutritive value and palatability – evaluation
of food quality – subjective methods of measuring quality of products – products –
preparation of score cards.
ii) Food poisoning, food allergy – Biological function, food sources and deficiency signs of
carbohydrates, fat, proteins, vitamins and minerals – Nutritional inter-relationships.
iii) Food and Nutrient requirement in human life cycle – Adulthood pregnancy – lactation –
infancy – pre-school age, school age, preadolescence and adolescence – nutritionally
vulnerable groups – factors effect in nutrient requirements.
iv) Principles of meal planning – principle of diet in diseases. Therapeutic modification of normal
diet during dietary deficiencies diseases – Anemia, PCM, Vit.A and other common diseases –
Fever Diseases of gastre intestinal tract, obesity, Diabetes – Heart diseases and Renal
diseases.
v) Assessment of nutritional status of communities and their interpretation-clinical Biochemical –
Antrropemetry – Biophysical and Diet surveys.
2. Child Development:
i) Factors affecting growth and development of child prenatal care preparation for child
birth – premature baby – causes postnatal care breast feeding v.s. bottle feeding weaning –
immunization, physical intellectual, and emotional development during infancy
toddlerhood – childhood and adolescence developmental talks – physical and
physiocological needs of young children – Learning types and effects importance of play –
language growth – Habit of formation.
ii) Creches and Balwadies – Importance of pre-school education needs and characteristics of
pre-school child – Needs of Importance in the growth and development of children
iii) Population education, Child and family Welfare services of State National and International
Agencies. Demographic characteristics of child population, emerging philosophy of Child
Welfare and emphasised in the Children’s Character of Rights, Indian Constitution and
other legislative provision. Children in need of special care, the disabled, the deserted and
disturbed in the role of professional held and services available.
iv) Agriculture productivity trends – Demand and supply of foods grain – Agriculture planning
and Government policy – Credit and credit institutions in the agricultural sector – Agricultural
marketing – Storages losses – Rural reconstruction – Community development and
Panchayats – their principles and organisations.
v) Principles and methods of Extension work – Individual group and mass media. Audio visual
aids in extension work. Programme planning – execution and evaluation in extension work.
Developings leadership – organisation of woman in villages.
vi) The Five Year Plan of Government of India – Principles of Rural reconstruction – Problems of
Indian villages – Community development – National Programmes for rural women and
children ANP, IRDP, SNP Adult literacy, ICDS – Family Welfare Programme – Social Welfare
Boards etc.
vii) Problems involved in improving nutritional status of Community, Nutrition intervention
programmes – International agency involved in allovating malnutrition – UNESCO, ENICEF,
WHO, FAO.
3. Social Work:
i. Concent, Scope and Nature of Social Work. Definition of the terms Social Welfare, Social
Service, Social Reform and Social Action.
ii. A historical review of social work in India and abroad. The philosophy of Social Work
and its relationship to changing Indian Culture. Professional and ethical values of
Social Work.
iii. Methods of Social Work: Definition, Scope, Principles and values of casework, Group work
and Community Organisation.
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iv. Fields of Social Work: Government and Voluntary efforts, difference between Government –
Professional – Voluntary work in the various fields of Social Work practice such as:
Youth Welfare, Labour Welfare, Correctional Social Work, Medical and Psychiatric Social
Work, Rural and Urban Community Development – Local Self Government, Panchayati
Raj.
v. Family and Child Welfare: Importance of Family and Child Welfare, Status, Problems of
Women in India and Special Legislation relating to: Marriage, dowry, inheritance and
maintenance of women, problems of working women, women inneed of special care.
vi. State Women’s Welfare Department: Organisation, functions and Programmes.

 

Main exam syllabus

SYLLABUS FOR MAINS EXIMANTIONS TO THE POST OF EXTENSION OFFICER GRADE-I (SUPERVISOR)
IN A.P. WOMEN DEVELOPMENT AND CHILD WELFARE SUB – ORDINATE SERVICE
(FOR WOMEN ONLY)
Paper-1
GENERAL STUDIES AND MENTAL ABILITY
150 Questions 150 Marks
1. Events of national and international importance.
2. Current affairs- international, national and regional.
3. General Science and it applications to the day to day life Contemporary developments
in Science & Technology and information Technology
4. Social- economic and political history of modern India with emphasis on Andhra Pradesh.
5. Indian polity and governance: constitutional issues, public policy, reforms and
e-governance initiatives with specific reference to Andhra Pradesh.
6. Economic development in India since independence with emphasis on Andhra Pradesh.
7. Physical geography of Indian sub-continent and Andhra Pradesh.
8. Disaster management: vulnerability profile, prevention and mitigation strategies,
Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in the assessment of Disaster.
9. Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection
10. Logical reasoning, analytical ability and data interpretation.
11. Data Analysis:
a) Tabulation of data
b) Visual representation of data
c) Basic data analysis (Summary Statistics such as mean, median, mode, variance and
coefficient of variation) and Interpretation
12. Bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and its Administrative, Economic, Social, Cultural,
Political, and Legal implications/problems.
17
Paper – II
HOME SCIENCE & SOCIAL WORK
150 Questions 150 Marks
II. Food Science and Nutrition:
i) Basic food group which will provide nutrition, requirement for normal health; body building
goods, energy food and protractive foods – Cereals – millets, legumes, oilseeds, milk and milk
products, flesh goods, egg, fish, vegetables, fruits – Nutritive Value; selection, storage,
processing and cooking methods their effect on nutritive value and palatability – evaluation
of food quality – subjective methods of measuring quality of products – products –
preparation of score cards.
ii) Food poisoning, food allergy – Biological function, food sources and deficiency signs of
carbohydrates, fat, proteins, vitamins and minerals – Nutritional inter-relationships.
iii) Food and Nutrient requirement in human life cycle – Adulthood pregnancy – lactation –
infancy – pre-school age, school age, preadolescence and adolescence – nutritionally
vulnerable groups – factors effect in nutrient requirements.
iv) Principles of meal planning – principle of diet in diseases. Therapeutic modification of normal
diet during dietary deficiencies diseases – Anemia, PCM, Vit.A and other common diseases –
Fever Diseases of gastre intestinal tract, obesity, Diabetes – Heart diseases and Renal
diseases.
v) Assessment of nutritional status of communities and their interpretation-clinical Biochemical –
Antrropemetry – Biophysical and Diet surveys.
2. Child Development:
i) Factors affecting growth and development of child prenatal care preparation for child
birth – premature baby – causes postnatal care breast feeding v.s. bottle feeding weaning –
immunization, physical intellectual, and emotional development during infancy
toddlerhood – childhood and adolescence developmental talks – physical and
physiocological needs of young children – Learning types and effects importance of play –
language growth – Habit of formation.
ii) Creches and Balwadies – Importance of pre-school education needs and characteristics of
pre-school child – Needs of Importance in the growth and development of children
iii) Population education, Child and family Welfare services of State National and International
Agencies. Demographic characteristics of child population, emerging philosophy of Child
Welfare and emphasised in the Children’s Character of Rights, Indian Constitution and
other legislative provision.Children in need of special care, the disabled, the deserted and
disturbed in the role of professional held and services available.
iv) Agriculture productivity trends – Demand and supply of foods grain – Agriculture planning
and Government policy – Credit and credit institutions in the agricultural sector – Agricultural
marketing – Storages losses – Rural reconstruction – Community development and
Panchayats – their principles and organisations.
v) Principles and methods of Extension work – Individual group and mass media. Audio visual
aids in extension work. Programme planning – execution and evaluation in extension work.
Developings leadership – organisation of woman in villages.
vi) The Five Year Plan of Government of India – Principles of Rural reconstruction – Problems of
Indian villages – Community development – National Programmes for rural women and
children ANP, IRDP, SNP Adult literacy, ICDS – Family Welfare Programme – Social Welfare
Boards etc.
vii) Problems involved in improving nutritional status of Community, Nutrition intervention
programmes – International agency involved in allovating malnutrition – UNESCO, ENICEF,
WHO, FAO.
3. Social Work:
i. Concent, Scope and Nature of Social Work. Definition of the terms Social Welfare, Social
Service, Social Reform and Social Action.
ii) A historical review of social work in India and abroad. The philosophy of Social Work
and its relationship to changing Indian Culture. Professional and ethical values of
Social Work.
iii) Methods of Social Work: Definition, Scope, Principles and values of casework, Group
work and Community Organisation.
iv) Fields of Social Work: Government and Voluntary efforts, difference between Government –
Professional – Voluntary work in the various fields of Social Work practice such as:
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Youth Welfare, Labour Welfare, Correctional Social Work, Medical and Psychiatric Social
Work, Rural and Urban Community Development – Local Self Government, Panchayati
Raj.
v) Family and Child Welfare: Importance of Family and Child Welfare, Status, Problems of
Women in India and Special Legislation relating to: Marriage, dowry, inheritance and
maintenance of women, problems of working women, women inneed of special care.
vi) State Women’s Welfare Department: Organisation, functions and Programmes.

 

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