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APPSC Group I Recruitment 2018 Notification Out- 182 MPDO, Deputy Collector & DSP Jobs

Andhra Pradesh State Incumbents are struggling much harder due to unemployment. Andhra Pradesh Government currently started recruitment process regarding filling of  Group-1 vacant positions namely Deputy Collector, Deputy Superintendent of Police Category, Divisional fire officer, District registrar, District tribal welfare officer, district employment officer etc jobs.  All the job fighters must have minimum 18 years to apply. So, interested and eligible candidates for this AP Govt Jobs notification get ready to apply for the recruitment. The start and last dates to register online is not at provided yet, but will be soon announced by the officials. For more information, to know all the eligibility criteria contenders may regularly refer the official website https://psc.ap.gov.in/

Positions

Total number of vacancies to be filled by APPSC Group-1 is 182 Posts

  • Revenue Department – 30 Posts
  • Home department – 41 Post
  • Finance Department – 13 Posts
  • TR&B Department – 98 Posts

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Examination Pattern

In order to secure job candidates have to attend preliminary and main examinations. Preliminary exam Paper 1 (General Studies) is for 120 marks and the duration is 120 minutes, Paper 2 (General Aptitude) is for 120 marks and period of exam is 120 minutes. Main Examination consists of 5 papers. Every Paper is for 150 marks, duration of exam is 150 minutes.

Preliminary Examination

Paper-I : General Studies

A) History & Culture

B) Constitution, Polity, Social, Justice and International Relations

C) Indian And Andhra Pradesh Economy and Planning

D) Geography

Paper II – General Aptitude

A) General Mental and Psychological Abilities

B) Science and Technology

C) Current Events of Regional, National and International Importance

Main Examination

Paper-1: General Essay

Paper-2: History, Culture and Geography of India And Andhra Pradesh

Paper-3: Polity, Constitution, Governance, law and Ethics

Paper-4: Economy and Development of India and AP

Paper-5: Science and Technology

Click Here to Download APPSC Group-1 Preliminary Exam Syllabus

Click Here to Download APPSC Group-1 Main Exam Syllabus

Complete details will be soon updated.

APPSC Group – 1 Books


APPSC Group 1 Recruitment 2018 Notification – 51 Deputy Collector Posts

It is really good news to the candidates those who are eagerly waiting for the Group-1 Notification in both Telugu States. Recently, the govt. found 81 Empty group-1 (Deputy Collector) posts. In order to fill these empty positions both Telugu States are willing to release the Group-1 notification for fulfill the 85 posts which has allotted 51 posts for AP State and 34 for Telangana. The detailed notification will be announced separately on official site

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Positions

Total Number of vacancies: 85 Posts

Telangana: 34 Posts

Andhra Pradesh: 51 Posts

Name of the post: Group-1 (Deputy Collector)

Important dates

Starting date: Update Soon

Closing date: Update Soon


APPSC Group I 2018 Notification

The Group-I posts of Andhra Pradesh constitutes the State civil services that are top level posts in the state government departments. The candidates who aspire to work for these executive and non-executive positions, in any government department of AP are required to write the Group I exam. The exam is conducted once or twice in three years based on the need. Other important PSC’s exams are APPSC Group – IIAPPSC Group – IIIAPPSC Group – IV, etc.

AP Group 1 Positions

1. Deputy Collector 

Age Limit : 18-34 years

Qualifications : A Bachelor’s Degree from any University in India established or incorporated by or under Central Act or recognised by the U.G.C. or an equivalent qualification.

Pay Scale : Rs. 20,680-46,960

2. Commercial Tax Officer 

Reaming Thing’s Same as Deputy Collector Posts

3. Deputy Superintendent of Police Category-2 

Reaming Thing’s Same as Deputy Collector Posts

4. Deputy Superintendent of Jails

Reaming Thing’s Same as Deputy Collector Posts

5. Divisional Fire Officer 

Age Limit : 21-26 years

Qualifications : B.E. (Fire), if B.E. (Fire) candidates are not available, candidates with a degree in any discipline will be considered.

Pay Scale : Rs. 19,050-45,850

6. District Registrar

Age Limit :  18-34 years

Qualifications : A Bachelor’s Degree from any University in India established or incorporated by or under Central Act or recognised by the U.G.C. or an equivalent qualification.

Pay Scale :  Rs. 19,050-45,850

7. District Tribal Welfare Officer

Age Limit :  18-34 years

Qualifications : A Bachelor’s Degree from any University in India established or incorporated by or under Central Act or recognised by the U.G.C. or an equivalent qualification.

Pay Scale :   Rs. 18,030-43,630

8. District Employment Officer 

Age Limit :  18-34 years

Qualifications : A Bachelor’s Degree from any University in India established or incorporated by or under Central Act or recognised by the U.G.C. or an equivalent qualification.

Pay Scale :   Rs. 18,030-43,630

9. Assistant Treasury Officer /Assistant Accounts Officer

Age Limit :  18-34 years

Qualifications :

(i) A Bachelor’s Degree from any University in India established or incorporated by or under Central Act or recognised by the U.G.C. or an equivalent qualification.
(ii) Preference shall be given to persons possessing a degree in “Sociology” or “Social Work”

Pay Scale :  Rs. 16,150-42,590

10. Deputy Registrar 

Age Limit :  18-34 years

Qualifications :  A Bachelor’s Degree from any University in India established or incorporated by or under Central Act or recognised by the U.G.C. or an equivalent qualification.

Pay Scale :  Rs. 18,030-43,630

11. District Panchayat Raj Officer 

Age Limit :  18-34 years

Qualifications :  A Bachelor’s Degree from any University in India established or incorporated by or under Central Act or recognised by the U.G.C. or an equivalent qualification.

Pay Scale :   Rs. 19,050-45,850

12. Regional Transport Officer 

Age Limit :  18-34 years

Qualifications :  A Bachelor’s Degree from any University in India established or incorporated by or under Central Act or recognised by the U.G.C. or an equivalent qualification.

Pay Scale :   Rs. 18,030-43,630

13. District Social Welfare Officer 

Age Limit :  18-34 years

Qualifications :   A Degree in Commerce (or) Economics (or) Mathematics of a University recognised by the U.G.C. with at least Second class in the subject (or) CA of the UK or India or an Incorporated Accountant (London)

Pay Scale :   Rs. 18,030-43,630

14. District Backward Castes Welfare Officer 

Age Limit :  18-34 years

Qualifications :   A Bachelor’s Degree from any University in India established or incorporated by or under Central Act or recognised by the U.G.C. or an equivalent qualification.

Pay Scale :   Rs. 18,030-43,630

15. Municipal Commissioner Grade-2 

Age Limit :  18-34 years

Qualifications :   A Bachelor’s Degree from any University in India established or incorporated by or under Central Act or recognised by the U.G.C. or an equivalent qualification.

Pay Scale :   Rs. 18,030-43,630

16. Mandal Parishad Development Officer 

Age Limit :  18-34 years

Qualifications :   A Bachelor’s Degree from any University in India established or incorporated by or under Central Act or recognised by the U.G.C. or an equivalent qualification.

Pay Scale :  Rs. 16,150-42,590

17. Lay Secretary / Administrative Officer 

Age Limit :  18-34 years

Qualifications :   A Bachelor’s Degree from any University in India established or incorporated by or under Central Act or recognised by the U.G.C. or an equivalent qualification.

Pay Scale :  Rs. 16,150-42,590

18. Assistant Prohibition and Excise Superintendent

Age Limit :  18-34 years

Qualifications :   A Bachelor’s Degree from any University in India established or incorporated by or under Central Act or recognised by the U.G.C. or an equivalent qualification.

Pay Scale :  Rs. 16,150-42,590

19. Assistant Audit Officer

Age Limit :  18-34 years

Qualifications :   A Bachelor’s Degree from any University in India established or incorporated by or under Central Act or recognised by the U.G.C. or an equivalent qualification.

Pay Scale :  Rs. 16,150-42,590

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Relaxations

  • SC/ST and BC Candidates have 5 years of age relaxation
  • Physically Handicapped (PH) Candidates have 10 years of age relaxation
  • Those who fall in the category of Ex-servicemen will be given 3 years of age relaxation
  • For National Cadet Corps (NCC) (who have worked as Instructors in NCC), there is 3 years of age relaxation
  • Five years of age relaxation will be given for A.P. State Government Employees (Employees of Andhra Pradesh State Electricity Board (APSEB), Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC), Corporations, Municipalities etc. are not eligible)
  • For Retrenched temporary employees of State Census Department with a minimum service of 6 months, there will be 3 years of age relaxation.

Physical Standards

  • According to the special provisions declared by the government, for Posts against serial No. 3 and 5 in table 1.1, the candidate MUST have a height of at least 167.6 Centimetres. Round the chest on full inspiration must NOT be less than 86.3 Centimetres and chest expansion on full inspiration must NOT be less than 5 Centimetres.
  • For Scheduled Tribe candidates, MUST have a height of at least 164 Centimetres. Round the chest on full inspiration must NOT be less than 83.8 Centimetres and chest expansion on full inspiration must NOT be less than 5 Centimetres.
  • According to G.O.Ms.No. 137; Home (Police-E); dated: 01/06/1998, for Posts against the serial No. 3 in the table 1.1 (Women candidates only), height must NOT be less than 152.5 Centimetres. In terms of weight, candidates should NOT weigh less than 45.5 Kilograms.
  • For Posts against the serial No. 3 and 5, Eyesight of the candidate MUST satisfy the Medical Board according to his/her Fitness and Capacity to do outdoor work actively. The certification will be done by the Ophthalmic Surgeon.
  • Following are the standards of the minimum acuteness of the vision that are required for the candidates aspiring to jobs of serial No. 3 and 5 in table 1.1.

Standard 1:

Right Eye                                      Left Eye

Distant Vision V–6/6                    V–6/6

Near Vision-Reads                         0.6 Reads 0.6

Standard 2:

Better Eye                                  Worse Eye 

Distant Vision V–6/6                  V- without glasses – Not below 6/6;

and after correction with glasses not below 6/24

Near Vision Reads 0.6                 Reads 1

Nationality

The candidate must be an Indian national.

Notifications

Based on the requirement of the human resources for Group-I category, notifications related to recruitment’s, examinations, exam schedules, results etc. are issued. APPSC is responsible for all the notifications pertaining to the Executive and Non-executive jobs that fall under Group-I category. Educational qualification required for most of the positions are more or less the same, except a few. AP DSC TETAP PoliceAP Forest, etc., are other popular government job notifications released in the state and the Aspirants are advised to visit Drona to keep track of the latest notifications which are updated on daily basis.

Previous Notifications

APPSC Group 1 Application Procedure

  • The aspirants must visit the official website ap.gov.in
  • Click on ‘One Time Profile Registration (OTPR)’ button and choose between ‘Direct Recruitment’ or ‘Departmental Test’.
  • Click on New Registration and an online application form will be displayed
  • Enter your Aadhar card number and other necessary details
  • Upload the scanned copies of photograph and signature
  • Select on the type of notification you prefer and click submit
  • Candidates are advised to save the ID and Password that is generated after submission of details

Selection Procedure

Step 1 (Prelims)

The first stage of the APPSC Group-1 category is the Preliminary Examination. This exam will be conducted to screen the candidates for the next level, i.e. the Main Exam.

Step 2 (Mains)

As the name itself suggests, the Main Examination is one of the important step of the APPSC Group-1 category. The questions asked in the exam will of graduation standard.

Step 3 (Interview)

After successfully qualifying the Prelims and Main exams, the candidates are then shortlisted for the interview which is the last stage of the selection procedure.

AP Group 1 Exam Pattern

To filter the candidates and choose the deserving ones for the required positions, APPSC Group-I follows a standard pattern in all the three stages of the induction process.

The candidates for the required positions are filtered through three stage process.

Prelims

It consists of a single question paper which contains multiple choice questions. Maximum marks for this paper are 150 and the time duration allotted will be 2 1/2 hours. Candidates must have sound knowledge of the topics (categories) as mentioned below:

  • General Studies
  • Current Events of National and International Importance
  • Contemporary Developments in Science and Technology
  • History of India- Social, Economic, Cultural and Political Aspects
  • World Geography and Geography of India with focus on Andhra Pradesh
  • Indian National Movement
  • Rural Development
  • Planning and Economic Reforms in India
  • Political System of India
  • Indian Polity and Economy
  • Mental Ability
  • Disaster Management

Mains

This exam consists of 5 papers and the questions will be in descriptive form. The maximum marks for this exam is 750 (each paper carries 150 marks). The time allotted for each paper will be 3 hours.

To qualify this stage, the candidates must have an in-depth knowledge of the subjects mentioned below:

General English

  1. Comprehension
  2. Precis-writing
  3. Rearrangement of Sentences
  4. Correction of Sentences
  5. Synonyms
  6. Antonyms
  7. Fill in the Blanks
  8. Correction of Spellings
  9. Vocabulary and Usage
  10. Idioms and Phrase
  11.  Verb Tenses
  12. Prepositions
  13. Active Voice and Passive Voice
  14. Parts of Speech

Paper-1 General Essay (Themes)

  1. Crisis Management
  2. Social Problems
  3. Analysis and Solutions
  4. Current Events of National and International Importance
  5. Current Events in Andhra Pradesh State

Paper-2

  1. History and Cultural Heritage of India with Emphasis on the 20th Century History of India
  2. Indus Civilisation
  3. Advent of Islam and its Impact
  4.  Social and Cultural History of Andhra Pradesh
  5. General Overview of the Indian Constitution

Paper-3

  1. Planning in India and Indian Economy
  2.  Land Reforms and Social Changes in Andhra Pradesh after Independence
  3.  National and Per-capita Income and Human Resource Development
  4.  Andhra Pradesh’s Economy, Present Status, Strengths and Weaknesses

Paper-4

  1. Role and Impact of Science and Technology in the Development of India
  2. General Awareness with Modern Trends in Life Sciences
  3. Development and Environment Problems

Paper-5

  1. Data Appreciation and Interpretation
  2. Problem Solving – Duly Structured
  3. Data Presented in Tabular and Graphical Format
  4. Questions Based on the Situation

Interview

Interview is the last stage of the screening process. During the interview, the panel tests the approach and decision-making skills of the candidates. Maximum marks for the interview will be 75.

APPSC Group 1 Syllabus

The syllabus for the APPSC Group-I exam from Prelims to Mains are given in the below links. Candidates are advised to go through the syllabus, understand it properly and manage time for preparations accordingly.

Prelims

Following are the links that would redirect you to the Prelims Syllabus

Mains

Following are the links that would redirect you to the Mains Syllabus

Preparation/Strategy

Need an expert advice.

Exam Resources

Previous Papers

APPSC Previous Years Question Papers gives a sound idea to the aspirants regarding the exam pattern and expose them to all the nitty gritties of the exam including the standard of questions asked. It will also help them to do a thorough self-assessment and subsequently strengthen their weaker areas and enable them to get a decent score at the end.

Some of the APPSC Group-I Previous Years Papers can be found by clicking on the following links:

Mains Exam Question Papers

Solved Papers

Books

Preliminary Exam (Screening Test)- Objective Type

For Current Affairs :

  • Read Regular Newspapers and magazines for Competitive Magazines such as Udyoga sopanam,Yojana,Competitive Successes..etc and also watch national news channels.
  • Read Science & Tech Topics published in Daily News Papers
  • Drishti Current Affairs Magazines
  • Esencia For UPSC and State Civil Services Exams by HS SIDHU
  • Current Affairs monthly Magazine – by Arihant Publisher

For General Knowledge:

  • Read 5th to 10th classes text books (Telugu medium)
  • Read 5th to 10th classes NCERT text books (English Medium)
  • Read Yojana, Spectrum, Civil Services Chronicle, Udyoga Sopanam
  • India Year Book

Mental Ability:

Quantitative Aptitude – R.S.Agarwal (Both Verbal and Non -Verbal)

Main Examination (Conventional Type)

General English (Qualify Paper for Interview)

  • Read 10th Standard General English
  • Competitive General English – by Think Tank of Kiran Prakashan
  • General English for All Competitive Examinations by S.C. Gupta

Paper – I General Essay

  • Crisis Management: Leading in the New Strategy Landscape by William Rick Crandall
  • India and the Global Financial Crisis Hardcover by Venu Gopal Reddy Y.
  • Drishti Current Affairs Today by DRISHTI PUBLICATIONS
  • Social Problems In India by Ram Ahuja

PAPER – II:

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

  • C. Majumdar – Raya Choudhari & Datta – Advanced History of India.
  • Indian Heritage and Culture by J K Chopra

Section II
Social and Cultural History of Andhra Pradesh.

  • APPSC Social & Cultural History of Andhra Pradesh – Vijeta Competitions
  • Andhrula Charitra by Dr B N Hanumanta Rao
  • Andhra Pradesh Samajika Charitra – Samskruthi – Navya Andhra IAS Study Circle

Section-III
General Overview of the Indian Constitution

  • Aravind S. Indian Administration – Himalaya Publishing House, New Delhi.
  • Austin Graneille, Working Democratic Constitution: The Indian Experience, Oxford.
  • Avasti and Avasti, Indian Administration, Lakshmi Narain Agarwal, Agra.
  • The Constitution of India, Government of India.

PAPER – III:

Section-I
Planning in India & India Economy

  • Bharatha Ardhika Vyavasda by Vipanchi Publications
  • Indian Economy by Prahbhanjana Publications
  • C. Dhingra, Indian Economy: Environment & Policy, Sultan Chand, New Delhi

Section-II
Land Reforms & Social Changes in A.P after Independence

  • P Land Reform laws By Pendyala Satyanarayana
  • Andhra Pradesh Samajika Ardhika Survey 2015-16 – Vivana Publications
  • of A.P.Human Development Report, A.P. CESS, Begumpet, Hyderabad.

Section-III
Andhra Pradesh’s Economy – The Present Status and Its Strengths and Weaknesses

  • Andhra Pradesh Vibhajana Savaalu by Winners Publications
  • APPSC AP Economy by Vidwan Publications
  • APPSC Andhra Pradesh Abhirudhi & Samakalina Samasyalu by Pratima Publications

PAPER – IV:

Section I
Role and Impact of Science and Technology in the Development of India

  1. Science & Technology : Publication – Hindu Publications.
  2. Science & Technology of Nanomaterials : Author – N . Balakrishna Rao, K.Krishna Reddy : Publication: Campus Book International

Section-II
General awareness with the modern trends in life sciences

Unit – I

  1. Industrial Microbiology by L.E. Casida; New age international pvt. Ltd.
  2. Fermentation Technology by Stanbury & Whitaker, Butterworth – Heinemann
  3. Industrial Microbiology by Presscott & Donn; Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Ltd.
  4. Elements of Biotechnology by – P.K. Gupta; Rastogi .co

Unit – II

  1. Text book of Botany by A.C. Datta
  2. Introductory Botany by Ashok Bindre & P.C.Pande; Rastogi Publishing.
  3. Text book of Animal Husbandry by E.C. Banerjee.

Unit – III

  1. Biotechnology – 4 by S. Mahesh, A.B. Vedamurthy
  2. Understanding Biotechnology by Aluizio Borem, Fabricio R. Santosh & David E. Bensen.
  3. Molecular Biotechnology by S.B. Primrose; Blackwell Scientific Publishers.
  4. Plant tissue Culture – Theory and practice by S.S. Bhojwani, M.R. Razdan.

Unit – IV

  1. Textbook of Microbiology by Pelczar; TMH
  2. Medical Microbiology by Anantanarayana
  3. Microbiology by Panjarathinam
  4. Essentials of Biology and Biotechnology by Bir Bhadine; Pharma Book Syndicate.

Unit – V

  1. Immunology by Kubay, Goldby, Kindy, Obsorne
  2. Immunology by Riott
  3. Immunology by Schamu’s outlines
  4. Lecture note on Immunology by Gordon Reeves, Ian Todd, Blackweel Publishers.

Section III

Development & Environment Problems

  1. Sustainable Development and Environment : Author:A.K. De, N.C. Gupta   Publication: Cosmo Publications
  2. TextBook of Environmental Science & Technology : Author:Dr. M. Anji Reddy, Publication:B.S. Publications
  3. Introduction to Environmental Engineering and Science :Author: Gilbert M. Masters

PAPER – V:

Data Interpretation and Problem Solving

  1. Fundamentals of Mathematical Statistics by S.C. Gupta and V.K. Kapoor – Sultan Chand & Sons.
  2. Statistical Methods by S.P. Gupta – Sultan Chand & Sons.
  3. Programmed Statistics (Questions – Answers) by B.L. Agarwal – New Age International Publishers.

Other Resources

Weekly Magazines and Daily Newspapers 

  • Outlook
  • Sportstar
  • India Today
  • Organiser
  • Time magazine Asia
  • Business Today

Daily Newspapers

  • The Times of India
  • The New indian Express
  • The Hindu
  • Deccan Chronical
  • Eenadu
  • Andhra Jyothy

Monthly Magazines

  • Pratiyogita Darpan English
  • Competition Success Review
  • Competition Science Vision
  • Civil Services Times
  • Competition Master

Reference Links to get access to online resources

Tips and Tricks

Prelims

  • Try to get as much updated as you can about general knowledge and current affairs.
  • Use Newspapers and competitive and other Magazines as they are a very good source of knowledge, especially for this exam.

Mains

  • Prepare all the areas of the syllabus thoroughly.
  • Bring consistency in approach especially towards time management.
  • Manage your time efficiently while preparing for the exam.

Interview

  • Arrive at the venue at least 20 minutes before the scheduled time
  • Wear only formal outfits (girls to put on moderate or no make-up. No jewellery)
  • Greet the panel warmly and confidently
  • Maintain the body language, gestures and postures appropriately
  • Understand the questions properly
  • Be very confident while answering the questions
  • Pay proper and equal attention towards all the interviewers
  • Say ‘Thank you’ at the end and leave the room confidently

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    Sir, I am belongs to Vizianagaram district of Andhra Pradesh, but I have completed my graduation in Osmania University, Hyderabad in the year 2017 in English medium. Till 12 class I studied in KV schools in deferent states in India including Andhra Pradesh (1st to 4th standard in Visakhapatnam, KV)and do not have Telugu subject. But I can speak and write Telugu. So, Can I eligible to appear APPSC Group-I exam ?Please clarify?

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  • p.saikumar August 15, 2018, 9:59 AM

    Sir students who are in final year are eligible for this

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  • Shiva Karumudi September 6, 2018, 9:32 AM

    Final dates ? Couldn’t find the notification in APPSC.

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  • Raj padal September 9, 2018, 11:09 AM

    When does the notification releases plz inform.

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  • eligible September 24, 2018, 2:18 PM

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  • mutyal naidu September 26, 2018, 10:15 AM

    sir i m in final year of Btech am i eligible to write the exam?

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  • N.srinivasulu September 27, 2018, 8:18 PM

    The government will provide,or extended the age relaxation, because iam also MBA finance, finished 2012, and bc-a person, it is my humble request, the appsc incharge sri udaybhaskar sir & sri honorable sri narachandra babu naidu garu…, warm regards by sreenivas.n. srikalahasti.

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  • harsha October 10, 2018, 11:51 AM

    Hello Sir,
    I am Studying B.tech Final year. I will be completing my exams by april 16th. Am i eligible to write Group 1 (code 3 ) examinations? Kindly provide me the information.
    with kind regards

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  • lakshmi Durga October 22, 2018, 9:15 PM

    Iwant to clear group 1 exam..
    I don’t how to pratice how study for group 1 exam.. could u plz give me guidance how to study for group 1 and how to plan

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  • sai November 14, 2018, 11:56 PM

    Is degree final years eligible for these exams.Kindly provide me the information.

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