KPSC Assistant Controller & Audit Officer Prelims Exam Syllabus | 46256


Karnataka PSC Assistant Controller & Audit Officer Prelims Exam Syllabus

The Public Service Commission was constituted under the provisions of the Constitution of India on 18-05-1951. In accordance with the provisions of clause 14 of the Public Service Commission Regulations 1950, the staff of the Public Service Commissioner as it stood on 18-05-1951, was continued as the nucleus of the staff of the Public Service Commission.

The Office of the Public Service Commission was located in the “United India” buildings, Bangalore City, till 20-05-1951. Since the accommodation fell short of the actual requirements of the Commission, its office was shifted to “Balabrooie”, on Palace Road, Bangalore, on 21st May 1951 and remained there upto 7th November 1956. Later it was shifted to the north wing of “ Atarakacheri” a portion of the High Court Building and continued there upto January 1968. Thereafter it was shifted to the present premises of “Park House” situated on the north west side of Vidhana Soudha.

The Karnataka Public Service Commission is invites applications for the posts of Assistant Controller & Audit Officer posts. Hence, the aspirants who are going to appear the KPSC Assistant Controller & Audit Officer are advised to check the details below.

Here we updated the Prelims Exam Syllabus for the post of KPSC Assistant Controller & Audit Officer. So, candidates can check the below Exam Syllabus details and practice well before appearing the test.

KPSC AC & AO Prelims Exam Syllabus:

Paper-I General Studies Syllabus

• General Science.

• Current events of State.

• National and International importance.

• History of India.

• World Geography.

• Indian Polity and Economics.

• Indian National Movement.

• General Mental Ability etc.

Paper-II Commerce & Management


Paper I – Accounting and Finance

• Part-I: Accounting, Auditing, and Taxation.

• Part-II: Business, Finance, and Financial Institutions.

Paper II – Organization Theory and Industrial Relations

• Part-I: Organization Theory.

• Part-II: Industrial Relations.



• Organisational Behaviour & Management Concepts.

• Organisational Design.

• Economic Environment.

• Quantitative Methods.


• Marketing Management.

• Production and Materials Management.

• Financial Management.

• Investment Decision.

• Financing Decision.

• Working Capital management.

• Income Determination and Distribution.

• Human Resource Management.



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