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SCHEME AND SYLLABUS FOR RECRUITMENT TO THE POST OF ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER OF ENDOWMENTS IN A.P. ENDOWMENTS DEPARTMENT—
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SCHEME AND SYLLABUS FOR RECRUITMENT TO THE POST OF ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER OF ENDOWMENTS IN A.P. ENDOWMENTS DEPARTMENT
|i)||GENERAL STUDIES||150 Questions||150 Minutes||150 Marks|
|Paper – 1 (Hindu Law)||150 Questions||150 Minutes||150 Marks|
|Paper– 2 (Hindu Religious||150 Questions||150 Minutes||150 Marks|
|INTERVIEW (ORAL TEST)||50 Marks|
I. Modern History of India and Indian Culture: Modern Indian History from 19th Century to the present including the Nationalist Movement and Constitutional Development. Indian Culture including architecture, fine arts, dance forms, music, paintings, folk arts and performing arts.
II. Indian Polity: General and broad under-standing of the structural (i.e., institutional) aspects and the functioning of the Indian Political System.
III. Indian Economy and Geography of India: Structure of National and State economy – Planning and Economic development in India including Andhra Pradesh State – Economic reforms in India – Physical, Economic and Social Geography of India.
IV. Current Events of State, National and International importance
V. Science and Technology: Role and impact of Science and Technology in the development of India.
Paper-I (Hindu Law):
I . ANCIENT HINDU LAW
a) SOURCES OF HINDU LAW: Ancient sources – Sruti, Smrities, Maimansakars, Digests and Commentaries, Custom – Modern Sources – Equity, Justice and Good Conscience, Precedent – Legilsation.
b) SCHOOL OF HINDU LAW: The Mitakshara and the Dayabhaga Schools . Nigration and change of Religion.
c) JOINT HINDU FAMILY: The Mitakshara Joint Family, the Dayabhaga Joint Family – Joint Hindu Family property – Co-pareenary – Alienations – Son’s pious obligation to pay Father’s debts – Partition – Women’s property – Enumeration of Women’s property – Hindu women’s right to property Act, Section-14, Hindu Succession Act, 1955.
II . MODERN HINDU LAW
THE HINDU MARRIAGE ACT, 1955: Requisities of Valid Marriage – Ceremonies – Judicial Separation – Restitutions of Conjugal Rights – Divorce – Grounds for judicial separation and divorce – Family Courts – Concept of Family Courts – Jurisdiction of Family Courts – Camera Proceedings and exclusion of Layer.
III . DOWRY
Definition of Dowry, Dowry off-enders – Trail of dowry offences – Dowry prohibition officers.
IV . THE HINDU SUCCESSION ACT, 1955
Succession to property of Hindu Male dying intestate – Classification of Heirs – Abolition of Limits Ownership of Hindu Females – Section 14 – Changes made by 1985 A.P . Amendment to Act.
V . THE HINDU MINORITY AND GUARDIAN SHIP ACT 1956
Classification of Guardians – Rights and Duties of Guardians.
VI . THE HINDU ADOPTION AND MAINTENANCE ACT 1956
Capacity to Adopt and to be adopted and Rights of Adopted – Effect of Adoption – Relationship of the Adopted child . Maintenance as a Personal Obligation – Maintenance of dependents – Maintenance of Members of Joint familty – Quantum of maintenance – Arrears of Maintenance, Maintenance as Charge Alteration of Maintenance.
HINDU RELIGIONS AND ENDOWMENTS ACT:
Act, 30/87 which consists of 15 chapters with 160 sections including a separate chapter on Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams.
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