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October 22, 2014

APPSC Group 1 Prelims & Mains Question Papers from 2002-2012 (Updated)

Andhra Pradesh State Public Service Commission Preliminary & Mains Examination (consists of 5 papers + English Paper-Qualifying Paper) Previous Years Questions Papers. Following are the APPSC Group 1 Main question papers of 2008, 2011 and 2012 (September) both in English and Telugu Medium are available for download in PDF format. APPSC Previous Years Question Papers download in PDF With Key in Telugu Medium & English Medium for TSPSC.
Andhra Pradesh State Public Service Commission Preliminary & Mains Examination (consists of 5 papers + English Paper-Qualifying Paper) Previous Years Questions Papers. Following are the APPSC Group 1 Main question papers of 2008, 2011 and 2012 (September) both in English and Telugu Medium are available for download in PDF format. APPSC Previous Years Question Papers download in PDF With Key in Telugu Medium & English Medium for TSPSC.
APPSC Group 1 Prelims & Mains Syllabus in English & Telugu Medium
1. APPSC Group 1 Syllabus - English Medium
2. APPSC Group 1 Syllabus - Telugu Medium
3. APPSC Group 1 Prelims Cut-off  Analysis from 1995-2012

APPSC Group 1 Preliminary Exam Papers with Solutions
1. APPSC GROUP-1 2002 Prelims Paper Solved
2. APPSC GROUP 1 2003 Prelims Paper Solved
3. APPSC GROUP 1 2004 Prelims Paper Solved
4. APPSC GROUP 1 2004 Backlog Prelims Paper Solved
5. APPSC GROUP 1 2007 Prelims Paper Solved
6. APPSC GROUP 1 2008 Prelims Paper Solved - Telugu
7. APPSC GROUP 1 2008 Prelims Paper Solved - English
8. APPSC GROUP 1 2010 Prelims Paper Solved
9. APPSC GROUP 1 2010 Prelims Paper Solved - Re-Exam Paper
10. APPSC GROUP 1 2012 Prelims Paper Solved -Telugu & English

APPSC Group 1 Mains 2008 Question Papers
General English - 2008 - Qualifying Paper
2008 - Paper - 1: General Essay
2008 - Paper - 2: Indian History and Culture of AP, Indian Polity
2008 - Paper - 3: Indian Economy, AP Economy
2008 - Paper - 4: Science and Technology
2008 - Paper - 5: Data Interpretation and Aptitude

2012 Paper 1-General Essay- APPSC Group 1 Mains Question Paper

APPSC Main Examination consists of 5 papers + English Paper-Qualifying Paper. Following are the APPSC Group 1 Main question papers of 2008, 2011 and 2012 (September) both in English and Telugu Medium are available for download in PDF format. APPSC Previous Years Question Papers download in PDF With Key in Telugu Medium & English Medium

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October 21, 2014

Viceroys of India & Important Events in their Tenure

While the British ruled India, the head of the British administration in India was the Governor General and Viceroy of India. This office was created in 1773, where the officer had direct control only over Fort William, but supervised other British East India Company officials in India. Complete authority over all of British India was granted in 1833 and the official became known as the Governor-General of India. And in 1858, India came under the direct control of the British Crown.

The title "Governor General" applied to his relationship to the British Provinces of India (Punjab, Bengal, Bombay, Madras, United Provinces, etc.). But much of British India was not ruled directly by the government and the territory was divided into hundreds of nominally sovereign princely states or "native states" whose relationship was not with the British government, but directly with the monarch.

To reflect the Governor General`s role as representative from the monarch to the feudal rulers of the princely states, the term Viceroy of India was applied to him. The title remained in existence from 1858 till 1947, when India became independent in 1947. The office of Governor General continued to exist until India adopted a republican constitution in 1950. The offices of the Viceroys, included the following:

Lord Dalhousie
Lord Dalhousie was appointed Governor General of India in 1848. His eight years of rule is considered one of the greatest periods of British rule. His policy of Annexation was a lethal weapon of conquest that raised the rule of the East India Company to the height of glory. Dalhousie annexed Satara in 1848, Jhansi in 1853 and Nagpur in 1854 on the ground of misgovernment. Dalhousie annexed Oudh in 1851 and Berar was taken over from the Nizam in 1853 as he had delayed his tribute to the paramount power, the British. The titular Rajaship of Tanjore was abolished in 1855. On the death of the ex-Peshwa Bajirao II- 1853, his adopted son Nana was refused his pension. Dalhousie recognized the heir to the last of the Mughals on his agreeing not to use the imperial title.

October 20, 2014

Constitution of India - Full Bare Text in PDF

Indian Constitution Full Bare Text in Single File, Useful for Competitive Exams like UPSC IAS Civil Services, APPSC & TSPSC Exams -



Exercise 14: Bar Charts- Data Interpretation Solved Questions for Bank PO, UPSC, SSC CGL & MBA Exams

Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions that follow.

Following bar-diagram gives the water level (in metres) of three rivers in five months.


1 Q) Which river and in which month was showing highest water level? 

1) A-March 2) B-Jan 3) C-March 4) A-May 5) B-Feb

2 Q) "What is the average water level of River A in all the five months? 

1) 80 m 2) 85 m 3) 83 m 4) 81 m 5) None of these"

Data Interpretation Solved Questions for Bank PO, UPSC, SSC CGL & MBA Exams

Exercise 13: PIECHARTS- Data Interpretation Solved Questions for Bank PO, UPSC, SSC CGL & MBA Exams

Study the following Pie-charts carefully and answer the questions, which will follow.

Following graphs give the Percentage of students in various courses (A, B, C, D, E,and F) and Percentage of girls out of these. 

Total number of students is 800 (500 girls + 300 boys).


1 Q) "How many boys are there in course F? 1) 56 2) 70 3) 144 4) 74 5) None of these"

2 Q) "For course C, the number of boys is how much percent more than the number of girls? 

1) 54% 2) 60% 3) 56% 4) 73% 5) None of these

Data Interpretation Solved Questions for Bank PO, UPSC, SSC CGL & MBA Exams

October 19, 2014

2014 Current Affairs for Civil Service Exams

2014 Month Wise Current Affairs Download in PDF for various civil service exams 2014 UPSC IAS, SSC Tier 1, Bank PO Clerical, Railway RRB, APPSC, APSPSC & TPSC























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