AAO exam Syllabus for DOP 2022 (Updated)

Syllabus of LDCE AAO of Exam Syllabus Group B under AAO Recruitment Rules (Updated)

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No.
PaperName of Paper
1.Paper IFinancial Rules and
Procedures & Book-
keeping
2Paper IIService Rules
3Paper IIIPostal Account
4Paper IVTelecom Account,USOF
and Taxation
5Paper VLogical, Analytical &
Quantitative Abilities
and Language Skill
6Paper VIInformation Technology

Full Syllabus of AAO Exam with All Annexures

Paper-I Financial Rules and Procedures & Book-keeping

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No.
TopicChapter
1General Financial Rules, 2017Chapter- 1 Introduction
Chapter -2 General System of Financial Management 
Chapter- 3 Budget Formulation and Implementation 
Chapter- 6 Procurement of Goods and Services 
Chapter-8 Contract Management
2FHB Volume-IChapter-II General Principles and Rules
Chapter-III General Outlines of the Systems of Accounts
Chapter-IV Relations with Audit
Chapter-V Cash
Chapter-VIII Pay and Allowances General Rules 
Chapter-X Establishment
Chapter-XI Contingent Charges
Chapter-XIII Loans & Advances to Govt Servant 
Chapter-XVII Provident & Other Funds
3Accounting Principles/Book KeepingPreparation of Trial Balance
Preparation and analysis of P & L Account
Preparation and analysis of Balance Sheet
Provision for Bad Debts/Depreciation /Reserves/ provisions Bank reconciliation statement
Receipts & Payments Account
Income & Expenditure Account
Single entry
Correction of Errors
4List of Major & Minor Heads (LMMH)
of Accounts of Union of India as applicable in DOT/DOP
5Govt. Accounting Rules 1990 (GAR 1990)

Paper II : Service Rules

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No.
TopicChapter
1FR SR Part-I:
General Rules
Chapter-II- Definition
Chapter-III General Conditions of Service
Chapter-IV- Pay
Chapter-VII Dismissal, Removal and Suspension Appendix-3
Delegation made under Fundamental Rule 6 Appendix-10
CCS (Joining Time) Rules ,1979
2FR SR Part-II : Travelling AllowancesChapter-I      Grades of Government Servants
Chapter-II Different kinds of TA
Chapter-II T.A. admissible for different class of Journey 
Chapter-VI Controlling Officers
3FR SR Part-III : Leave RulesChapter-I  Preliminary
Chapter-II General Conditions
Chapter-IV Kinds of Leave due and admissible 
Chapter-V  Special kinds of leave other than study leave
CCS (Pension) Rules , 1972Chapter-1  Preliminary
Chapter-II General Conditions
Chapter-III Qualifying Service
Chapter-IV Emoluments and Average Emoluments
Chapter-V  Classes of pensions and conditions governing their grant
Chapter-VII Regulation of Amount of Pensions
Chapter–VIII Determination and Authorization of the Amounts of Pension and Gratuity
Chapter-IX Determination and Authorization of Amount of Family Pension and Death Gratuity in respect of Government servants dying while in service.
Appendix-1
CCS (Commutation of Pension ) Rules ,1981
5General Provident Fund (Central Services) Rules,1960Chapter-I   Short title and commencement
Chapter-II Definitions
Chapter-IV Conditions of eligibility
Chapter-V Nominations
Chapter-VI Subscriber’s Account
Chapter-VII Conditions of subscriptions
Chapter-VIII Rates of subscription
Chapter-XII Advances from the Fund
Chapter-XV Withdrawals from the fund
Chapter-XVI Conditions of withdrawal
Chapter-XVI-A Conversion of an advance into a withdrawal
Chapter-XXXI Final withdrawal of accumulations in the Fund 
Chapter-XXXII Retirement of subscriber
Chapter-XXXIII Procedure on death of a subscriber 
Chapter-XXXIV Manner of payment of amount in the Fund 
Chapter-XXXIX Annual statement of accounts to be supplied to subscriber
6CEA Rules
7LTC Rules
8CCS (CCA) RulesChapter-I
Part-III  Appointing Authority
Part-IV  Suspension
Part-V  Penalties and Disciplinary Authorities
Part-VI Procedure for Imposing Penalties 
Part-VII Appeals
Part-VIII Revision and Review
Chapter-II   Suspension——– A Digest
Chapter-III  Suspension———- General Orders
Chapter-IV  Suspension——- Entitlements
Chapter-VII Unauthorized Absence
Chapter-XV Orders regarding grant of T.A. to various
persons during disciplinary proceedings
9CCS (Conduct) RulesRule-II Definitions
Rule-III General
Rule-III-C Prohibition of sexual harassment of working women
Rule-VI Joining of associations by Government servants 
Rule-VII Demonstration and strikes
Rule-IX Criticism of Government
Rule-XV Private trade or employment
Rule-XVI Investments, Lending and borrowing
Rule-XVII Insolvency and habitual indebtedness 
Rule-XVIII Movable, immovable and valuable property 
Rule-XXI Restriction regarding marriage
Rule-XXII Consumption of intoxicating drinks and drugs 
Appendices–IV The Prevention of Corruption Act,1988
10RTI Act 2005Knowledge of various provisions of RTI Act-2005
11Constitution of IndiaGeneral Principles of Natural Justice

Paper-III Postal Accounts

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No.
TopicChapter
1Postal Accounts Manual Vol-IChapter-I Definitions and General Systems of Accounts 
Chapter-II Organization and Control ( except Para 2.10,2.11,2.12,2.13,2.14,2.18,2.19 and 2.22
Chapter-III Postal Account Work
Chapter-IV Book and Compilation
Chapter-V Remittance
Chapter-VII Transfer Entries Journal & Ledger 
Chapter-XV Internal Check Inspections
2Postal Accounts Manual Vol-IIChapter-II Post Office Certificates 
Chapter-III Indian Money Order
Chapter IV Indian Postal Order
Chapter-VIII Savings Bank
3Delegation of Financial Power Rules,1978
4Schedule of Financial Powers of Head of Circle, Regional PMGs, SSPO/SPOs
5FHB-Volume-IIChapter-II Supply of Stamps
Chapter-III Revenue Receipts
Chapter-IV Post Office Accounts
Chapter-V Railway Mail Service Accounts 
Chapter-VII Pension Payments

Paper — IV Telecom Account, USOF and Taxation

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No.
TopicChapter/Documents
1License Agreements and NIAi) Financial Conditions of various License Agreements
ii) Provision regarding Spectrum Usage Charges & Bank Guarantees in NIA 2010,2012,2013,2014,2015,2016
iii) Reconciliation of revenue shown in AGR (Adjusted Gross Revenue)
and P & L Account
2USOFi) Schemes sponsored by USOF
ii) Financial conditions in various Agreements
3GSTi) Provision for registration under GST Act
ii) Requirement of Monthly/quarterly return under GST Act
iii) Time line for depositing amount due under GST Act
4Income Taxi) Provision of Income Tax on salaried employees (including pensioners)
ii) Provision of TDS on salaried employees (including pensioners)
iii) Monthly/Quarterly /Annual Returns to be submitted by DDOs 
under Income Tax Act
iv) Admissible deduction to be allowed by DDO to salaried employees( including pensioners )
5New Pension Scheme

Paper-V Logical, Analytical & Quantitative Abilities and Language Skill

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No.
SectionSub Section
Part A : Logical, Analytical & Quantitative Abilities
1Data Interpretationi) Data Tables
ii) Linear Graphs
iii) Pie Charts
iv) Bar Charts
v) Venn Diagram
2Quantitative abilityi) Number systems
ii) Decimals & Fractions
iii) Simple Equation
iv) Ratio-Proportion-Variation
v) Percentages
vi) Profit & Loss
vii) Simple Interest and Compound Interest
viii) Average/Weighted Averages
ix) Discount
x) Time & Work
Part B : Language Skills -English
(i)Verbal and Reading Abilitiesi) Verbal Reasoning
ii) Sentence corrections
iii) Idioms and phrases
iv) Grammar Applications
v) Antonyms
vi) Synonyms
vii) Vocabulary
viii) Arranging sentences in order
ix) Comprehension of passage
(II)Drafting and Writing AbilitiesI) Précis of any topic
ii) Drafting official letter
iii) Preparation of Office Note

Paper —VI Information Technology

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No.
TopicDetails
IIntroduction to Windows1) What is an operating system and basics of Window?
2) The User Interface
a. Using Mouse and Moving Icons on the screen
b. The My Computer Icon
c. The Recycle Bin
d. Status Bar, Start and Menu & Menu-selection
e. Running an Application
f. Windows Explorer Viewing of File, Folders and Directories
g. Creating and Renaming of files and folders
h. Opening and closing of different Windows.
3) Windows Setting
a. Control Panels
b. Concept of menu Using Help
4) Advanced Windows
a. Using right Button of the Mouse
b. Creating Short cuts
c. Basics of Window Setup
d. Notepad
2Word Processor/Word1) Word Processing Basic
a. An Introduction to Word Processing
b. Opening Word processing Package
c. The Menu Bar
d. Using the Help
e.  Using the Icons below menu bar
1) Opening Documents and Closing documents
a. Opening Documents
b. Save and Save as
c. Page Setup
d. Printing of Documents
e. Display/Hiding of Paragraph Marks and Inter Word Space
2) Moving Around in a Documents
a. Scrolling the Documents
b. Scrolling the line/paragraph
c. Fast Scrolling and Moving Pages
  3) Using a Document/Help Wizard
4) Text Creation and Manipulation
a. Paragraph and Tab Setting
b. Text Selection
c. Cut, Copy and Paste
d. Font and Size selection
e. Bold, Italic and Underline
f. Alignment of Text; Center, Left, Right and Justify.
5) Formatting the Text
a. Changing font, Size and Color
b. Paragraph indenting
c. Bullets and Numbering
d. Use of Tab and Tab setting
e. Changing case
  6) Handling Multiple Documents
a. Opening and closing of Multiple documents
b. Cut, Copy and Paste across the documents
c. Saving of Clip boards
  7) Table Manipulation
a. Concept of table: Rows Columns and Cells
b. Draw Table
c. Changing Cell Width and Height
d. Alignment of Text in Cell
e. Copying of cell
f. Delete/insertion of row and columns
g. Borders for Table
  8) Printing
a. Printing
b. Print Preview
c. Print a selected page
3Spreadsheet/Excel1) Elements of Electronics Spread Sheet
a. Application/usage of Electronic Spread Sheet
b. Opening of Spread Sheet
c. The menu bar
d. Creation of cells and addressing of cells
e. Cell inputting
  2) Manipulation of Cells
a. Enter text numbers and dates
b. Enter texts numbers and dates
c. Creation of tables
d. Cell Height and Widths
  3) Providing Formulas
a. Using basic functions/formalism a cell
b. Sum 0 function
c. Average
d. Percentage
  4) Spread sheets for Small accounting
a.  Maintaining invoices/budgets
b.  Totaling of various transactions
  
4Presentation/PowerPoint1) Basic
a. Using Power Point
b. Opening a Power Point Presentation
c. Using Wizard for creating a presentation
2) Creation of Presentation
a. Title
b. Text Creation
c. Fonts and Sizes
d. Bullets and indenting
e. Moving to Next Slide
3) Preparation of Slides
a. Selection of type of Slides
b. Importing text from word documents
c. Moving to next Slide
d. The Slide manager
4) Providing aesthetics
a. Slide Designs
b. Background and Text colors
c. Making your own slide format
d. Footnotes and slide numbering
5) Slide Manipulation and Slide Show
6) Presentation of the Slides
a. Using the Slide Show
b. Printing the Slides and Handouts
c. Slide Sorter
d. Title Sorter
7) Inserting and Formatting Tables
8) Inserting and Formatting Charts
9) Inserting and Formatting Media
10) Inserting and Formatting Images
11) Applying Transitions and animations
12) Applying Transitions between Slides
13) Animating Slide Contents and Setting time
for Transitions and Animations
6E-mail1) Basic of electronic mail
a. What is an Electronic mail
b. E-mail addressing
c. Mailbox: Inbox and outbox
2) Using E-mails
a. Viewing an email
b. Sending an E mail
c. Saving mails
d. Sending same mail to various users
  
3) Document handling
a. Sending soft copy as attachment
b. Enclosures to E- Mail
c. Sending a Portion of document as e mail
     
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