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APPSC Forest Ranger Officer Exam 2022 Study Notes available

The Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) will soon open recruitment for the post of Forest Range Officer for the year 2020. The candidates who wish to compete for the 24 vacancies under the post must prepare according to the official APPSC Forest Range Officer Syllabus. The selection process for the post includes the Screening Test, Main Examination, and a Computer Proficiency Test. 

  • Candidates must go through the APPSC FRO syllabus when preparing for the APPSC FRO exam to cover each and every topic diligently.

  • The APPSC Forest Range Officer Exam Pattern will guide you through the marking scheme of the examination so that you can prepare every topic according to the weightage given. 

  • Candidates will have to go through a computer efficiency test and a medical examination to ensure their eligibility. 

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APPSC Forest Range Officer Syllabus & Exam Pattern

The APPSC Forest Range Officer Syllabus would include the syllabus for the screening test, the main exam, and the Computer Proficiency Test. Candidates must prepare according to the syllabus set by the commission to secure a seat as a Forest Range Officer. Below is the syllabus for all the written exams conducted for the FRO recruitment 2020.

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Screening Test

The APPSC FRO Syllabus for the Screening Test will include two parts namely A and B. Part A of the examination covers General Studies, Mental Ability, and Mathematics, whereas Part B Covers General Forestry – I & II. A detailed syllabus for both the parts is given in the table below.

Paper

Syllabus

Part A : 

  1. General Studies & Mental Ability
  • General Science
  • Current events of national and international
  • History of India
  • World Geography and Geography of India
  • Indian polity and Economy
  • Mental Ability
  • Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection
  • Disaster Management etc.
  1. Mathematics
  • Arithmetic
    • Number System
    • Elementary Number Theory 
  • Algebra
  • Trigonometry
  • Geometry: Lines and angles, Plane and plane figures, Theorems
  • Mensuration
  • Statistic
  • Measures of central tendency
  • Mensuration
  • Statistics 

Part B

  1. General Forestry – I
  • Plant Science
  • Plant Varieties
  • Biodiversity & its conservation
    • Introduction 
    • Threats to biodiversity
    • Conservation of biodiversity
  • Agriculture
  • Horticulture Science
    • Importance of horticulture in terms of economy, production, employment generation, environmental protection, and human resource development. 
    • Nutritional value of horticultural crops. 
    • Divisions of horticulture and their importance.
  • Plant Propagation
  • Greenhouse Production
  • Soil Science
  • Geology
  • Water Resource Management
  • Watershed Management
  • Silviculture
  • Agroforestry, Social Forestry, Joint Forest Management
  • Farm, Agri & Forest Power Tools & Machinery,
    • Types, Uses, maintenance, and safety measures.
  1. General Forestry – II
  • Ecosystems & Wildlife
  • Forest Protection And Wildlife Biology
  • Genetics and Breeding
  • Nutrition
  • Veterinary Science
  • Economic Zoology
  • Forest Economics, Legislation & Administration
  • Sampling Theory
  • Forest Mensuration, Remote Sensing and Forest Working Plan
  • Renewable and non-renewable resources: Natural resources and associated problems.
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Transportation Techniques
  • Project Management
  • Communications

Main Exam syllabus

The APPSC FRO Syllabus for the Main examination will cover 5 parts. Candidates must prepare each subject thoroughly to move on to the next stage. The detailed APPSC Forest Range Officer Syllabus has been provided below for candidates to take note of. Candidates should download the entire syllabus from the official APPSC website.

Part A

Syllabus

General English &

General Telugu (To be qualified individually)

English:

  • Comprehension
  • Usage and idioms
  • Vocabulary and Punctuation
  • Logical Rearrangement of sentences

Telugu

  • Synonyms & Vocabulary
  • Grammar
  • Telugu to English Meanings 
  • English to Telugu Meanings

Paper-I

General Studies & Mental Ability

  • General Science
  • Current events of national and international
  • History of India
  • World Geography and Geography of India
  • Indian polity and Economy
  • Mental Ability
  • Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection
  • Disaster Management etc.

Paper-II

Mathematics

  • Arithmetic
  • Algebra
  • Trigonometry
  • Geometry
  • Mensuration
  • Statistics

Paper-III General Forestry-l

  • Plant Science
  • Plant Varieties
  • Biodiversity & its conservation
  • Agriculture
  • Horticulture Science
  • Plant Propagation
  • Greenhouse Production
  • Soil Science
  • Geology
  • Water Resource Management
  • Watershed Management
  • Silviculture
  • Agroforestry, Social Forestry, Joint Forest Management
  • Farm, Agri & Forest Power Tools & Machinery,

Paper-IV

General Forestry-II

  • Ecosystems & Wildlife
  • Forest Protection And Wildlife Biology
  • Genetics and Breeding
  • Nutrition
  • Veterinary Science
  • Economic Zoology
  • Forest Economics, Legislation & Administration
  • Sampling Theory
  • Forest Mensuration, Remote Sensing and Forest Working Plan
  • Renewable and non-renewable resources: Natural resources and associated problems.
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Transportation Techniques
  • Project Management
  • Communications

Computer Proficiency Test

Contents of Part-A

MS-Word

  • Create and save a document using MS WORD

a. Deletion of Character, Word, line, and block of text

b. Undo and redo process

c. Moving, Copying, and renaming.

  • Format the Text document

a. Character formatting

b. Paragraph formatting

c. Page formatting

  • Spell check the document

a. Finding and Replacing text

b. Bookmarks and Searching for a Bookmarks

c. Checking Spelling and Grammar automatically

d. Checking Spelling and Grammar using Dictionary

  • Print the document

a. Print Preview

b. Print Dialog box

  • Mail Merge in Ms-word

a. Create a main document and data file for mail merging

b. Merging the files

c. From letters using mail merging

d. Mailing labels using mail merging

  • Table creation in Ms-word

a. Create a table in document

b. Add row, column to a table

c. Changing column width and row height.

d. Merge, split cells of the table.

e. Use formulae in tables.

f. sorting data in a table.

g. formatting a table.

  • Ability to type on Qwerty keyboard of Computer at a speed of at least equivalent to 30 Words per 1 minute (Lower typewriting

test).

Contents of Part-B

MS-Excel

  • Create and save a new workbook in Excel.
  • Entering Data into Worksheet.
  • Editing data of Worksheet.
  • Formatting the text in the cells.
  • Formatting the numbers in the cells.
  • Formatting cells.
  • Copying format of the cell along with data format.
  • Changing the height and width of cells.
  • Freezing Titles, splitting the screen
  • Enter formulae for calculation in the cells.
  • Copying the formula over a range of cells.
  • Inserting built-in functions into the cells.
  • Create graphs for the data using Chart Wizard.
  • Format graphs in Excel.
  • Printing of worksheet.

Contents of Part-C

MS-Powerpoint

  • Create and save a new presentation using MS-Powerpoint.

-The layout of the opening screen in Powerpoint.

-The toolbars in MS Powerpoint.

  • Choose Auto Layout for a new slide.
  • Insert text and pictures into a blank slide.
  • Insert new slides into the presentation.
  • Apply slide transition effects.
  • Slide show.
  • Set animation to text and pictures in a slide.
  • Set the sounds, order, and timing for animation.

Contents of Part-D

MS-Access

  • Creation and manipulation of databases.

Contents of Part-E

Internet

  • Browse the Net using Browser software (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google.Chrome, etc.,).
  • Search the Web using Search Engines.
  • Create an Email account.
  • Send and receive Email.
  • E-commerce transactions.
  • Web content uploading.
  • Ability to operate Mac OS / Pages / Keynote /Numbers.

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