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APPSC Group 2 Mains Online Classes in English

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APPSC Group 2 Mains Online Classes in English

Course Description


The APPSC Group 2 is an exam conducted by the Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) for the selection of candidates for various executive and non-gazetted posts. This course will help you prepare for the screening stage of the exam. After you pass the prelims, you will need to pass a computer test conducted after the main exam. The course consists of detailed video lectures curated by state-level experts in the respective subjects who will help you to not only understand the concepts but also have an in-depth knowledge of the subject matter. At the end of the course, you will be able to confidently appear for the APPSC Group 2 exam.




PAPER –I (150M)


Topics to be covered under this section are:

1. Pre - Historic Cultures - The Satavahanas, The Ikshvakus: Socio-Economic and Religious Conditions, Literature, Art and Architecture - The Vishnukundins, The Eastern Chalukyas of Vengi, Andhra Cholas: Society, Religion, Telugu Language, Art and Architecture.
2. Various Major and minor dynasties that ruled Andhradesa between 11th and 16th centuries A.D. - Socio-Religious and Economic Conditions, Growth of Telugu Language and Literature, Art, and Architecture in Andhradesa between 11th to 16th centuries A.D.
3. Advent of Europeans - Trade centers - Andhra under the Company - 1857 Revolt and its Impact on Andhra - Establishment of British Rule - Socio-Cultural Awakening, Justice Party/Self Respect Movement - Growth of Nationalist Movement in Andhra between 1885 to 1947 – Role of Socialists - Communists - Anti-Zamindari and Kisan Movements - Growth of Nationalist Poetry, Revolutionary Literature, Nataka Samasthalu and Women Participation.
4. Origin and Growth of Andhra Movement - Role of Andhra Mahasabhas - Prominent Leaders - Events leading to the formation of Andhra State 1953 - Role of Press and News Papers in the Andhra Movement - Role of Library Movement and Folk and Tribal Culture.
5. Events leading to the Formation of Andhra Pradesh State - Visalandhra Mahasabha - States Reorganization Commission and its Recommendations - Gentlemen Agreement - Important Social and Cultural Events between 1956 to 2014.


6. Nature of Indian Constitution - Constitutional Development - Salient features of Indian Constitution - Preamble - Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State Policy and their relationship - Fundamental Duties - Amendment of the Constitution- Basic Structure of the Constitution.
7. Structure and Functions of Indian Government - Legislative, Executive and Judiciary 

8. Distribution of Legislative and Executive Powers between the Union and the States; Legislative, Administrative and Financial Relations between the Union and the States - Powers and Functions of Constitutional Bodies - Human Rights Commission - RTI - Lokpal and Lok Ayukta.
9. Center-State Relations - Need for Reforms - Rajmannar Committee, Sarkaria Commission, M.M.Punchchi Commission - Unitary and Federal features of Indian Constitution - Indian Political Parties - Party System in India - Recognition of National and State Parties - Elections and Electoral Reforms - Anti-Defection Law.
10. Centralization Vs Decentralization - Community Development Programme - Balwant Rai Mehta, Ashok Mehta Committees - 73rd and 74th Constitutional Amendment Acts and their Implementation. 

PAPER –II (150M)

1. Structure of Indian Economy, Economic Planning and Policy:
National Income of India: Concept and Measurement of National Income - Occupational Pattern and Sectoral Distribution of Income in India – Economic Growth and Economic Development - Strategy of Planning in India - New Economic Reforms 1991 – Decentralization of Financial Resources – NITI Aayog.
2. Money, Banking, Public Finance and Foreign Trade:
Functions and Measures of Money Supply – Reserve Bank of India (RBI): Functions, Monetary Policy and Control of Credit – Indian Banking: Structure, Development and Reforms – Inflation: Causes and Remedies – India’s Fiscal Policy: Fiscal Imbalance, Deficit Finance and Fiscal Responsibility – Indian Tax Structure - Goods and Services Tax (GST) – Recent Indian Budget – India’s Balance of Payments (BOP) – FDI.
3. Agricultural Sector, Industrial Sector and Services in Indian Economy:
Indian Agriculture: Cropping Pattern, Agricultural Production and Productivity – Agricultural Finance and Marketing in India: Issues and Initiatives – Agricultural Pricing and Policy in India: MSP, Procurement, Issue Price and Distribution – Industrial Development in India: Patterns and Problems – New Industrial Policy, 1991 – Disinvestment – Ease of Doing Business – Industrial Sickness: Causes, Consequences and Remedial Measures – Services Sector: Growth and Contribution of Services Sector in India – Role of IT and ITES Industry in Development.

4. Structure of Andhra Pradesh Economy and Public Finance:
Structure and Growth of AP Economy: Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) and Sectoral Contribution, AP Per Capita Income (PCI) – AP State Revenue: Tax and Non-Tax Revenue – AP Sate Expenditure, Debts and Interest Payments – Central Assistance – Projects of External Assistance - Recent AP Budget.
5. Agriculture and Allied Sector, Industrial Sector and Services Sector of Andhra Pradesh:
Production Trends of Agriculture and Allied Sectors – Cropping Pattern – Rural Credit Cooperatives – Agricultural Marketing – Strategies, Schemes and Programmes related to Agricultural Sector and Allied Sectors in Andhra Pradesh Including Horticulture, Animal Husbandry, Fisheries and Forests – Growth and Structure of Industries – Recent AP Industrial Development Policy - Single Window Mechanism – Industrial Incentives – MSMEs – Industrial Corridors – Structure and Growth of Services Sector – Information Technology, Electronics and Communications in Andhra Pradesh – Recent AP IT Policy.


1. Technology Missions, Policies and Applications:
National S&T Policy: Recent Science, Technology and Innovation Policy, and National Strategies and Missions, Emerging Technology Frontiers – Space Technology: Launch Vehicles of India, Recent Indian Satellite Launches and its applications, Indian Space Science Missions – Defence Technology: Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO): Structure, Vision and Mission, Technologies Developed by the DRDO, Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme (IGMDP) – Information and Communication Technology (ICT): National Policy on Information Technology – Digital India Mission: Initiatives and Impact – E-Governance Programmes and Services – Cyber Security concerns – National Cyber Security Policy – Nuclear Technology: Indian Nuclear Reactors and Nuclear Power Plants – Applications of Radioisotopes – India’s Nuclear Programme.
2. Energy Management:
Policy and Projections: Installed Energy Capacities and Demand in India - National Energy Policy - National Policy on Biofuels - Bharat Stage Norms - Non-Renewable and Renewable Energy: Sources and Installed Capacities in India – New Initiatives and Recent Programmes, Schemes and Achievements in India’s Renewable Energy Sector.

3. Ecosystem and Biodiversity:
Ecology and Ecosystem: Basic concepts of Ecology, Ecosystem: Components and Types – Biodiversity: Meaning, Components, Biodiversity Hotspots, Loss of Biodiversity and Conservation of Biodiversity: Methods, Recent Plans, Targets, Convention and Protocols - Wildlife Conservation: CITES and Endangered Species with reference to India – Biosphere Reserves – Indian Wildlife Conservation efforts, projects, acts and initiatives in recent times.
4. Waste Management and Pollution Control:
Solid Waste: Solid Wastes and their Classification – Methods of Disposal and Management of Solid Wastes in India – Environmental Pollution: Types of Environmental Pollution – Sources and Impacts – Pollution Control, Regulation and Alternatives: Recent projects, acts, and initiatives to reduce Environmental Pollution in India – Impact of Transgenics on Environment and their Regulation – Eco-Friendly Technologies in Agriculture – Bioremediation: Types and Scope in India.
5. Environment and Health:
Environment Challenges: Global Warming, Climate Change, Acid Rain, Ozone Layer Depletion, Ocean Acidification – Environmental Initiatives: Recent International Initiatives, Protocols, and Conventions to tackle Climate Change with special reference to India’s Participation and Role – Sustainable Development: Meaning, Nature, Scope, Components, and Goals of Sustainable Development – Health Issues: Recent Trends in Disease Burden and Epidemic and Pandemic Challenges in India - Preparedness and Response: Healthcare Delivery and Outcomes in India – Recent Public Health Initiatives and Programmes.


The course also contains sectional tests or mock tests that will help you assess your performance and check your readiness for the APPSC Group 2 exam.


Some of the executive and non-executive posts that you can achieve after this exam are:

  • Executive Posts
    • Municipal Commissioner Grade-III
    • Deputy Tehsildar
    • Extension Officer
    • Prohibition & Excise Sub Inspector
    • Assistant Registrar
    • Assistant Commercial Tax Officer
    • Assistant Labour Officer
    • Executive Officer Grade-I


  • Non-Executive Posts (in different departments such as finance, legislature, law, GAD, etc.)
    • Assistant Section Officer
    • Senior Accountant
    • Senior Auditor
    • Junior Assistant


You can enroll for this course by clicking Add to Cart. For further queries or information required, you can connect with us at care@achieversnext.com.

Course Benefits

The key benefits on completion of the course and exam are as follows:


  • You will be eligible for various executive and non-executive posts in Andhra Pradesh
  • You will have job security and financial stability in an AP Government job.
  • You will be eligible to receive various allowances such as House Rent Allowance, Dearness Allowance, Travel Allowance, etc after selection.


Course Curriculum

The course curriculum is shown in a detailed manner in the table below:






Are there are educational pre-requisites for giving this exam?


A graduate degree is only required to be eligible for the APPSC Group 2 exam.



What are the steps to purchase the APPSC Group 2 Course in English?


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How do I access the course after purchasing it?


After the payment is received, the course will be visible on your Dashboard both on the Mobile app and Web site. Click the Start Learning button to start the course and you can click Resume Learning when you want to continue accessing the course anytime later.



Are there any assessments at the end of the course?


Yes, we have various sectional tests as well as mock tests that will help you assess your performance and check your readiness for the APPSC Group 2 exam.




How can I raise my queries and questions?

You will have access to the Discussion forum where the instructors or other students may help you resolve your course-related queries. For other queries, you can also connect with us at care@achieversnext.com

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