APPSC Deputy Educational Officers Posts Recruitment Notification

 DyEO Notification APPSC Notification for Deputy Educational Officers Notification It is hereby informed that the Commission has issued Notification No.14/2023, dated: 22/12/2023 for filling up of 38 vacancies of Deputy Educational Officer in A.P. Educational Service. The Notification is available on the Commission's Website from 22/12/2023. On-line applications are invited from the eligible candidates from 09/01/2024 to 29/01/2024 by 11.59 mid night.

The eligible candidates may apply online after satisfying themselves as per the terms and conditions of the notification through the Commission's website

Total Posts:38

Scale of Pay:Rs.61,960 – 1,51,370

Important Dates:

The candidate shall apply online through Commission’s Website The application can be submitted from 09/01/2024 to 29/01/2024 up to 11:59 mid night.


i. He / She is of sound health, active habits and free from any bodily defect or infirmity rendering him / her unfit for such service;

ii. His / Her character and antecedents are such as to qualify him/her for such service;

iii. He /She possesses the academic and other qualifications prescribed for the post; and

iv. He/ She is a citizen of India:

Provided that no candidate other than a citizen of India may be appointed except with the previous sanction of the State Government and except in accordance with such conditions and restrictions as they may be laid down. Such sanction shall not be accorded unless the State Government are satisfied that sufficient number of citizens of India, who are qualified and suitable are not available.


The candidate should possess the prescribed academic qualification as on the date of this notification. The date of this notification shall be the crucial date for calculating the experience including the practical experience. In respect of other than prescribed Educational Qualifications, claiming equivalence, the decision of the concerned department (Unit Officer) shall be final.

Note: If the applicant possesses an equivalence of qualification other than prescribed qualification in the Commission’s notification, applicant should produce a copy of the Government Orders to the Commission in advance within 10 days of last date for submitting applications, failing which their application will be rejected.

DyEO Post Educational Qualifications: A first or Second class Post Graduate Degree in any one of the subjects suitable for admission in to B.Ed. course.


1.Minimum 18 years & Maximum 42 years as on 01/07/2023, as per G.O.Ms.No.109, GA (Ser-A) Dept., Dt.10.10.2023. N.B.: No person shall be eligible if less than 18 years and is more than 42 years.

2.Age Relaxation is applicable to the categories as detailed below:

S L No Category of candidates Relaxation of age permissible
1 SC, ST, BCs and EWS 5 Years
2 Persons with Benchmark Disabilities 10 Years
3 Ex-Service men Shall be allowed to deduct from his age a period of 3 years in addition to the length of service rendered by him in the armed force/NCC
4 N.C.C. (who have worked as Instructor in N.C.C.) Shall be allowed to deduct from his age a period of 3 years in addition to the length of service rendered by him in the armed force/NCC
5 Regular A.P. State Government Employees (Employees of Corporations, Municipalities etc. are not eligible). Allowed to deduct from his age the length of regular Service under State Government up to a maximum of five years for the purposes of the maximum age limit.
6 Retrenched temporary employees in the State Census Department with a minimum service of 6 months. 3 Years


Provided that the persons referred to at Sl.Nos.3 & 4 above shall, after making the deductions referred to in sub Rule 12 (c) (i) & (ii) of A.P. State and Subordinate Service Rules not exceed the Maximum age limit prescribed for the post.

The age relaxation for Ex-Servicemen is applicable for those who have been released from Armed Forces other than by way of dismissal or discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency.


STEP-I: The applicant desires to apply for the post shall login the Commission’s Website with his/her registered OTPR number. Candidate applying for the first time for any notification has to first fill the OTPR application carefully to obtain OTPR ID. While filling the OTPR, the candidate has to ensure that the particulars are filled correctly. The Commission bears no responsibility for the mistakes, if any, made by the candidates. If candidates choose to modify they may do so by clicking the modify OTPR make the modification, save them and proceed to STEP-II.

STEP-II: The Applicant has to Login in the Commission’s website with the User Name (OTPR ID) and the Password set by Candidate. After Login, the Applicant has to click on the “Online Application Submission” present in the bottom right corner of the Commission’s website. The applicant now has to click on the Fill Application button against the notification number that he / she wants to apply.

STEP-III: After checking all the data and ensuring that the data is correct the applicant has to fill application specific data such as Local/Non Local status, White card details etc., which are also used to calculate the Fee. Hence if any details are to be changed, applicant should use the modify OTPR link, modify the details, save it and again click on online application submission. Once all the data such as Qualification details, Post preferences, examination centre, etc filled carefully and submit the Application form with Save or Save & Submit 5 option. If candidate click on save button the application details are only save due to power/service issues. The applicant has to click on the Save & Submit button payment link will be generated.


1. By click on “Save” button the application details given by you will be partially saved at our end. However, your application will not be submitted until you click on “Save & Submit” button.

2. By click on “Save & Submit” button you will be directed to the payment gateway and on successful payment of fee, your application will be finally submitted.

3. Applicant shall note that the data displayed from OTPR at the time of submitting the application will be considered for the purpose of this notification only. Any changes made by the applicant in OTPR data at later date shall not be considered for the notification on hand.

PAYMENT PROCESS: The applicant has to check the basic details for calculation of the fee and age relaxation will be pre-populated from the OTPR data. The applicant has to verify all the details that are displayed. Once the payment form is submitted, the respective details (used for Calculation of fee and age relaxation) will not be altered in any stage of application processing. On successful submission, the payment reference ID is generated and SMS alter sent to the registered Mobile Number of the candidate. The candidate can download the filled application pdf for ready reference / correspondence.

STEP-IV: In any case if the payment process is not submitted successfully, then the applicant should start the fresh payment process as mentioned in STEP-II.

STEP-V: Once the application is submitted successfully, corrections in the application will be enabled after the last date of the submission of application and will be allowed up to 7 days only from the last date of applications. The corrections can be made in the application form itself. Fields which affect the Name, fee and age relaxations are not enabled for corrections.




1. Major Current Events and Issues pertaining to International, National and State of Andhra Pradesh.

2. General Science and its applications to the day to day life Contemporary developments in Science & Technology and Information Technology.

3. History of India – emphasis will be on broad general understanding of the subject in its social, economic, cultural and political aspects with a focus on AP and Indian National Movement.

4. Geography of India with focus on Andhra Pradesh.

5. Indian polity and Governance: constitutional issues, public policy, reforms and e- Governance initiatives.

6. Indian Economy and planning

7. Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection

8. Disaster management: vulnerability profile, prevention and mitigation strategies, Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in the assessment of Disaster

9. Logical reasoning, analytical ability and logical interpretation.

10. Data Analysis: Tabulation of data Visual representation of data Basic data analysis (Summary Statistics such as mean, median, mode and variance) and Interpretation.


EDUCATION – I (Degree standard)


1. Nature and scope of philosophical and sociological foundations of education.

2. Idealism; Naturalism; pragmatism; Realism; existentialism;

3. Gandhi; Tagore; Aurobindo; Vivekananda; Jiddu Krishna Murthy;

4. Socialization and Education; Social change and education; Culture and education; Modernization and education; Equality of Educational opportunities; Education of Weaker sections.



Relationship between Educational Psychology. Nature and scope of Educational Psychology. Methods of Educational Psychology.


Principles of Growth and development. Stages of development – infancy, childwood, Adolescence and aspects of development – Physical, Mental, social and Emotional and its Educational implications to classroom teaching and education.

III. Learning.

Nature of learning, theories of learning (Behavioral, Cognitive and social) and its Relevance to classroom teaching, learining and motivation; Various methods of motivation (intrinsic and extrinsic) and its applications for classroom teaching.

IV. Individual difference and its assessment.

Meaning and significance of the study of individual differences. Inter and intra individual difference and its assessment. Concept of personality and its assessment (projective and Non-projective methods). Understanding and helping learners with special needs – poor achievers, under achievers, low-level of intellectual functioning; giftedness and creativity. Need and significance of guidance and counseling in schools.

V. Statistics

Statistics - concept and its need for understanding behavior of learners and teachers. Measures of central tendency. Measures of variability. Correlation and various methods of computing correlation.

(C) Trends in Education

1. Universalization of Education - significance, constitutional guarantee, problems involved in implementing. Quality of primary Education -Minimum level of learning approach.

2. Wastage and stagnation in Education - Meaning, causes, problems and remedial measures.

3. Adult Education and Functional literacy - Meaning, scope, problems involved and strategies for remedial action.

4. Non-formal Education – contemporary significance, problems, methodology, motivational aspect and implementation.

5. School and community relationships - need and importance, ways of bringing their together, making use of community resources persons, some practical strategies to facilitate appropriate relationships.

6. Medium of instruction - problem, Language in India, Three language formula, its implications and difficulties in implementing the formule.

7. Family life and population Education - the problem, objectives at secondary level creating awareness, difficulties in implementing, strategies to spread right type of family life and population education.

8. Moral Education - meaning and scope, approaches to Moral Education, difference between Moral and Religious Education, Practical work.

9. National and emotional integration – meaning, nature, problems, Implementation celebrating national days and role of school and teachers.

10. International understanding – education for peace, disarmament and co- existence, meaning, nature, significance, developing a broader perspective in the mind students.

11. Education of the socially and culturally disadvantaged – meaning – significance problems, equality of opportunity and strategies to implement meaningful programme.

12. Lifelong Education - Meaning, need and scope, approach and role of teachers.

13. Teacher Education - Pre-Service and in-Service - Professional Organizationsteachers.

14. Vocational Education and Vocationalisation of Education.

15. Common Entrance Examinations and centralized admissions into the basic courses in Andhra Pradesh.

16. Recommendations of various Education Commissions and Committees.


EDUCATION – II (Degree Standard)

i) Current trends and challenges in Education

ii) Innovation in Education

iii) Measurements and evaluation

iv) Inclusive Education

v) Information and Communication Technology in the field of Education

vi) Educational administration and supervision

vii) Gender Sensitization: Gender-Equality, Equity and Empowerment of women, Urbanization and Migration, Life skills

viii) Environmental Education

ix) Schemes and reforms in Educational sector in Andhra Pradesh and India

x) Perspectives in Education

 History of Education

 Teacher Empowerment

 Educational Concerns in contemporary India

 Democracy and Education, Equality, Equity, Quality in Education, Quality of

Educational opportunities

 Economics of Education, Education as human capital, Education and Human Resource development, Literacy-Saakshar Bharat Mission

 Population Education

 Role of Education in view of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization

 Value Education, Peace Education

 Programme and Projects - APPEP, DPEP, SSA, National Programme for Education of Girls at elementary level (NPEGEL), RMSA, Rashtriya Aveshkar Abhiyan (RAA), KGBVs, Model Schools.

 Incentives and special provisions

 Acts/Rights: RTE Act-2009, RTI Act-2005, Child Rights and Human Rights

 National curriculum frame work – 2005

 National Educational Policy – 2020.

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