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TNPSC Group 2 Hall Ticket 2011

Hall tickets have been sent from for the TNPSC Group 2 exam to select municipal commissioner, education officer and including various post more than 6000 positions will be held on 30 March 2011. Who are not getting the TNPSC Hall ticket earlier by 25 March 2011 have to approach the respective district revenue officer with the evidence to can get TNPSC Hall Ticket.

TNPSC Exams - Method of Preparation

How to Prepare for TNPSC General Knowledge Questions?

Tamil Nadu State Board Books are the basic text books for studying TNPSC Exams. These books covers approximately 80% of the questions in TNPSC General Knowledge Questions. Particularly, in Single Written Exams, like TNPSC-Gr.IV, Village Administrative Officer, Surveyor-Draftsman and Steno-Typist exams, these books are considered as the major source study materials for the preparation of the exams. Hence, the students have to read and revise the Tamil Nadu State Board Books to get the utmost results in the TNPSC group 4 exams. Otherwise, students may depend the study materials and Books which were prepared on the basis of State Board Text Books. The choice of study materials or State Board Text Books is according to the wish of Students.

Download TNPSC Question Papers

Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) conducts an examination that is held to recruit various officials on the various government posts. Various aspects of the administrative and other government wings are filled up by this TNPSC competitive examinations. This is a very highly reputed competitive examinations as it tends to recruit people who have great responsibility of the state Tamil Nadu.

The TNPSC examination paper is not very tough, but is capable enough of testing the knowledge of the candidates in almost every sector. The TNPSC competitive examination contains written paper of 300 marks. The time duration to complete the test is given 3 hours. The examination paper is basically divided in to two main parts. One is the General studies and the other part has a choice between General English and general Tamil. The candidates have to attempt any one of the two.

Junior Assistant TNPSC

Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission which is also known as TNPSC came into existence by an act of the Constitution of India in order to recruit people in various government services at the State of Tamil Nadu through competitive examinations. The TNPSC is headed by a Chairman and fourteen other members. The Chairman and members of TNPSC are appointed by the Governor of Tamil Nadu, in compliance with the constitution of India.

TNPSC Junior Assistant Job Profile:
Tamilnadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) invites application from eligible candidates for the post of Junior Assistant (Non-Security) and the number of posts are 145. Pay Scale – Rs. 5200 - 20200 + GP of Rs. 2400.

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