What Is the Job Profile of APPSC Officers?

The Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission is a competent authority to hold several exams throughout the year for postings in offices around the state. To recruit candidates for several state government departments, the Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) holds the APPSC Group 1 test. The test is administered in three stages: the Preliminary exam, the Mains exam and the Interview.

The Group 1 positions provide sufficient opportunity for candidates to contribute to society at large and work for the welfare of the public and land high-ranking positions. It is the main driving force behind candidates’ choices to take the APPSC Group 1 service exam. The APPSC Group 1 exam is conducted for many posts. The duties, responsibilities and roles of the APPSC officers are briefly outlined in the given article.

APPSC Group 1: Job Responsibilities

The APPSC Group 1 services include many positions. The roles and responsibilities of a few major positions are discussed in the table below.

S. No. APPSC Position Job Profile
District Tribal Welfare Officer ●       The officer needs to research, evaluate and comprehend the requirements of the tribal community.

●       Other roles of the District Tribal Welfare Officer are to implement initiatives and programmes to assist tribals, give everyone access to a minimum education and provide financial support through work opportunities.

District Panchayat Officer ●       The District Panchayat Officer exercises supervision and control over the Divisional Panchayat Officers, Extension Officer (Panchayats) and Gram Panchayats.

●       Other roles of the officers are

○       Taking immediate action against the defaulters under the provisions of the Andhra Pradesh Panchayat Raj Act.

○       Superintendence and conducting of enquiries.

○       Holding enquiries and submitting reports to the higher authorities on complaints of maladministration in Gram Panchayats.

○       Visiting other Gram Panchayats for the purpose of inspection.

Regional Transport Officer (RTO) ●       The following are the main duties of the RTO:

○       Administering driving tests

○       Examining vehicle insurance, issuing and renewing driving licences

○       Passing the pollution test

○       Registering vehicles

○       Providing freight and public transport licences

○       Selling customised registrations

○       Issuing the fitness certificate to transport vehicles

○       Collecting road fund licences and the road tax or excise duty

○       Issuing international driving licences

○       Maintaining the registry’s database

Deputy Superintendent of Police (Civil) Cat-2 ●       State police officers who work for the provincial police forces currently hold the position of Deputy Superintendent of Police or Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), either as direct trainees at that rank or after being promoted from the Inspector.

●       The main responsibilities of the officers include ensuring that the police force under their command is well-trained, effective, and satisfied and ensuring that it is properly and effectively handling the prevention, investigation and detection of crime in their district.

●       Deputy Superintendents are typically assigned to a district as circle officers.

Municipal Commissioner Grade-II ●       The Mayor serves as the Ceremonial Head or Chief, while the Municipal Commissioner leads the local government.

●       A Municipal Commissioner’s responsibilities include

○       Approving legislation passed by the municipality’s standing committee

○       Presiding over meetings and seminars

○       Implementing government programmes

○       Enhancing administrative efficiency

○       Managing all municipal committees

○       Administering the oath of office administered by the divisional commissioner

○       Presenting the city’s annual budget

○       Taking action to combat corruption

District Employment Officer ●       The primary responsibilities of the District Employment Officer include

○       Maintaining the accounts and administration of the Employment Exchanges and other Regional offices within the State.

○       Controlling, supervising and monitoring the functioning of the Employment Exchanges as controlling authority by the Directorate of Employment & Training (Employment Wing), as well as their inspection and evaluation.

Deputy Collector ●       The administration and tax collection of a sub-division in India are the responsibilities of a State Administrative Service officer known as a Deputy Collector.

●       They have additional authority as executive magistrates; this position is also known as a Sub-Divisional Magistrate.

●       As the District Magistrate, they are responsible for upholding law and order in the area and serve as the head of the District.

●       They mostly work with social security programmes, land issues and licences for arms, among other things.

●       Deputy Collectors or Deputy District Collectors are Tehsildars who report to the District Revenue Officer (DRO), also known as the Additional District Collector, who is in charge of the district’s overall management of the revenue department across all departments.

APPSC Group 1: Promotion and Growth

After individuals are chosen for a position, there are numerous APPSC Group 1 growth chances. After only a few years, these opportunities become available. Promotions for APPSC Group 1 are made according to the seniority listed below.

  • Senior Grade
  • Selection Grade
  • Administrative Grade
  • Senior Administrative Grade
  • Super Time Scale

APPSC Group 1: Salary and Allowances

The APPSC officers receive a handsome salary. The APPSC Group 1 in-hand Salary is determined after taking into account benefits and deductions. APPSC Group 1 officer will be paid an in-hand salary between Rs. 37100 and Rs. 91450. The pay scale varies depending on the various positions of the APPSC officers.

Along with their base pay, candidates chosen for the position will also receive APPSC Group 1 perks and allowances. The candidates’ ability to maintain a high quality of living is guaranteed by these benefits. Below is a list of all APPSC Group 1 allowances.

  • Dearness Allowances (DA)
  • Transport Allowance (TA)
  • Health Expenses
  • House Rent Allowance (HRA)
  • Government subsidies on certain items
  • Expenses for phones, internet, etc.

Detailed notification of the APPSC Group 1 exam will be available on the official website of the commission. Going through the APPSC Syllabus before starting the preparation for the exam is the most important step to succeed in the examination. Aspirants must also check the eligibility criteria to determine if they fulfil all the required conditions to be able to write the exam.

Candidates interested in taking the APPSC exam can download the syllabus from the official website and must regularly visit the website for any new updates.