Syllabus forScreening Test for post of BDO under Panchayat & Rural Development Department

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Syllabus for the Screening Test for recruitment to the post of  Block Development Officer under Panchayat & Rural Development Department which will be held on the paper of “General Studies and General English” shall comprise as follows:

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Syllabus for the Screening Test for the post of Block Development Officer
Sl. No.
Subject
1
Poverty alleviation programmes of Govt. of India and Govt. of Assam
2
Rural development schemes of Govt. of India and Govt. of Assam
3
Five Year Plans and rural economy
4
Current Affairs
5
History of India and Assam
6
Geography and Environment
7
General English
This is for information to all candidates who had appeared in the Screening Test for recruitment to the post of Block Development Officers under P&RD Deptt. held on 27-09-2015(Sunday) at Bongaigaon, Tezpur, Dibrugarh, Jorhat, Silchar and Guwahati Centre, that as per advice of the Learned Advocate General of Assam, the Commission has decided to conduct the entire screening process afresh for 11 nos. of posts of BDOs, which was completed earlier but result was not declared. The Commission has decided to hold the screening test limiting to those candidates who appeared in the Screening Test earlier on the date mentioned above. The Screening Test is scheduled to be held on 13/08/2017 as per APSC examination schedule. The Commission has decided that the Screening Test with same syllabus already uploaded for the said post will now be conducted only at Guwahati centre. The names and roll numbers of all those candidates who had appeared in the Screening Test on 27-09-2015 (Sunday) are uploaded in the Commission’s we site www.apsc.nic.in. Candidates are requested to check their individual names in the list uploaded and report, if any discrepancy is found, to the Examination Section of APSC office or mail to apsc-asm.nic.in . The intimation letters will be uploaded on 05-08-2017 at the Commission’s website.

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