Wednesday, 20 June 2012

TNPSC GROUP-II (CSSE-I) 2012 Exams Details


TAMILNADU PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION - GROUP 2

            Applications are invited only through online mode upto 13.07..2012 for admission to the Written Examination for direct recruitment against the vacancies for the years 2011-12 and 2012-13 in the following posts mentioned in Table-I and II included in Combined Subordinate Services Examination–I [Service Code No.004]




Selection Procedure: 
       (i)  Written Examination,
      (ii)  Oral Test


List of Posts:
  • Sub-Registrar Grade –II
  • Municipal Commissioner
  • Assistant Section Officer
  • Assistant Inspector
  • Junior Employment Officer
  • Senior Inspector
  • Audit Inspector
  • Supervisor of Industrial Co-operatives
  • Assistant Inspector of Labour in the Labour Department
  • Supervisor /Junior Superintendent
  • Deputy Inspector of Survey
  • Industrial Co-operative Officer
  • Special Assistant
  • Junior Co-operative Auditor
  • Revenue Assistant
  • Audit Assistant
  • Accountant



Date of Notification                                                  : 13.06.2012
Last date for submission of applications          : 13.07.2012
Last date for payment of Fee through Bank or Post Office      : 17.07.2012
Date of Written Examination                                 : 12.08.2012, 10:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.

AGE (as on 1.07.2012)            : 18 to 30 years (18-30 yrs for SC/ST)


 For Pay details & educational qualifications, please see full details.


About the Commission:
             In the year 1923, the British Government established a Public Service Commission to examine the salary structure of the Indian Civil Service. The Commission was composed of four Englishmen and four Indian with Lord Lee of Fareham serving as its Chairman. The Commission also addressed the rate of Indianization of the Indian Civil Service and the Indian Police. It determined a rate which in fifteen years would make the Indian Civil Service with a fifty per cent Indian membership and the same in twenty-five years for the Indian Police.
          It was left largely to the discretion of provincial Governments to recruit and exercise control over their Services, as they thought proper. As a result of the discretionary powers left to provincial Government, the Government of Madras and Punjab proposed to set up their Public Service Commissions.


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