APPSC Assistant Professor Syllabus
APPSC Assistant Professor Syllabus

APPSC Assistant Professor Exam Pattern

Exam TypeSubjects
Objective Type Exam
General AbilityGeneral Knowledge
English
Reasoning
Professional Subjects
  • The APPSC Assistant Professor Exam is an Objective Type Exam.
  • The subjects for APPSC Assistant Professor Exam are mentioned in the above table.

APPSC Assistant Professor Syllabus for General Ability

  • Differential Geometry.
  • Differential Equations.
  • Dynamics.
  • Statistics.
  • Primary Mathematics.
  • Analytical Geometry.
  • Calculus.
  • Statics.
  • Real Analysis.
  • Numbers.
  • Fundamental arithmetical operations.
  • Number Systems.
  • Fractions.
  • The relationship between Numbers.
  • Fundamental arithmetical operations.
  • Number Systems.
  • Computation of Whole Numbers.
  • Operations Research & Linear Programming.
  • Algebra.

Andhra Pradesh PSC Assistant Professor Syllabus for General Knowledge

  • History of India.
  • Geography of India.
  • Economic issues in India.
  • National news (current).
  • International issues.
  • Scientific observations.
  • Indian Culture.
  • New inventions.
  • Political Science.
  • About India and it’s neighbouring countries.
  • National and international current affairs.
  • Countries and Capitals.

AP Assistant Professor Syllabus for English Syllabus

  • Spot the error.
  • Antonyms.
  • Synonyms/ Homonyms.
  • Sentence structure.
  • Spellings.
  • Detecting Mis-spelt words.
  • One word substitutions.
  • Shuffling of sentence parts.
  • Idioms and phrases.
  • Shuffling of Sentences in a passage.
  • Improvement.
  • passage.
  • Verbal Comprehension passage etc.
  • Verbs.
  • Adjectives.

APPSC Associate Professor Syllabus for General Intelligence

  • Number Series.
  • Letter and Symbol Series.
  • Verbal Classification.
  • Essential Part.
  • Analogies.
  • Artificial Language.
  • Matching Definitions.
  • Making Judgments.
  • Verbal Reasoning.
  • Logical Problems.
  • Logical Games.
  • Analysing Arguments.
  • Statement and Assumption.
  • The course of Action.
  • Statement and Conclusion.
  • Theme Detection.
  • Cause and Effect.
  • Statement and Argument.
  • Logical Deduction.

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