Tamil Nadu PSC- Recruitment 2014

Tamil Nadu PSCTamil Nadu PSC- Recruitment Notification 2014
Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission Chennai has published advertisement for filling the Group IV staff.
 No. 18/2014 & Advertisement No. 401/2014 dated 14.10.2014 .
Applications are invited only through online mode up to 12.11.2014 for filling the following vacancies.


1.Name of the post-Junior Assistant (Non Security)
No. of vacancies- 2133 posts Post Code-  2600
2.Name of the post- Junior Assistant (Security)
No. of vacancies- 39 posts Post Code- 2400
3.Name of the post- Bill Collector, Grade-I
Post Code- 2500 No. of vacancies- 22 posts
4.Name of the post- Typist  Post Code- 2200
No. of vacancies- 1683 posts
5.Name of the post- Steno-Typist, Grade-III
No. of vacancies- 331 posts Post Code- 2300
6.Name of the post- Field Surveyor
No. of vacancies- 702 posts Post Code- 2800
7.Name of the post- Draftsman
No. of vacancies- 53 posts Post Code- 2900
Pay Scale- Rs. 5,200/- to Rs. 20,200/- & Grade Pay Rs. 2,400/- for Sr.No. 1 to 4 & 6 to 7 and Rs. 2,800/- for Sr. No. 5 only.
Qualification– For all posts Candidates must posses minimum SSLC or H.Sc.
For Typist :-
Must have passed the Government Technical Examination in Typewriting:-

  • by Higher/ Senior Grade in Tamil and English (OR)
  • by Higher/ Senior Grade in Tamil and Lower/Junior Grade in English (OR)
  • by Higher/ Senior Grade in English and Lower/ Junior Grade in Tamil

For Steno- Typist :-
Must have passed the Government Technical Examination in Typewriting & Shorthand:-

  • by Higher/ Senior Grade in Tamil and English (OR)
  • by Higher/ Senior Grade in Tamil and Lower/Junior Grade in English (OR)
  • by Higher/ Senior Grade in English and Lower/ Junior Grade in Tamil

Age Limit- As on 01.07.2014
Not more than 35 years for SC/ST category candidates.
Not more than 32 years for OBC category candidates.
Not more than 30 years for Open category candidates.
For more details -official website  http://www.tnpsc.gov.in/notifications/18_2014_not_eng_grp4_2014.pdf
 TNPSC—Combined Civil Services Exmination-II (Non Interview Posts)
Name of the posts and No. of vacancy-

  1. Personal Clerks in Finance Department- 14 posts
  2. Personal Clerks in Other than Finance Departments- 53 posts
  3. Personal Clerks in TNPSC- 07 posts
  4. Personal Clerks in Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly- 06 posts
  5. Assistant in Commissioner of Revenue Administration – 03 posts
  6. Assistant in Prison Department- 04 posts
  7. Assistant in Police Department- 218 posts
  8. Assistant in Medical & Rural Health Department- 322 posts
  9. Assistant in Transport Department- 26 posts
  10. Assistant in Registration Department- 195 posts
  11. Assistant in Labour Department- 91 posts
  12. Assistant in Highways Department- 135 posts
  13. Assistant in Archives and Historical Research Department- 09 posts
  14. Assistant in Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services- 185 posts
  15. Assistant in Hindu Religious & Charitable Endowment Department- 99 posts
  16. Assistant in NCC Department- 80 posts
  17. Assistant in Public Health Department- 65 posts
  18. Assistant in School Education Department- 517 posts
  19. Assistant in Social Defence Department- 15 posts
  20. Assistant in Social Welfare Department- 75 posts
  21. Assistant in Directorate of Vigilance & Anti Corruption Department- 07 posts
  22. Assistant in TNPSC- 07 posts
  23. Lower Division Clerk in Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly- 01 post
  24. Assistant in Commercial Taxes Department- 135 posts

Qualification- Graduation
Age Limit- 18 to 30 years. (Relaxation applicable as per Govt. Rules).
Selection Procedure- Through written test.
How to apply- Apply online through website www.tnpsc.gov.in
Last date of online application- 05.03.2014.
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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.
The Madras Service Commission thus came into being under an Act of the Madras Legislature in 1929. Madras Presidency had the unique honour, of being the only province in India to establish the first Service Commission.
The Madras Service Commission started with three Members, including the Chairman. After re-organisation of States in 1957, several Commissions were constituted. The Madras Service Commission became Madras Public Service Commission with headquarters at Madras in the year 1957. During 1970, when the name of the State was changed into Tamil Nadu, the Madras Public Service Commission automatically became the Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC).
In view of its important and impartial function, Public Service Commissions rightly find a place of pride in the Indian Constitution. Articles 16, 234, 315 to 323 deal with various functions and powers of the Public Service Commissions. The working of Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission is also regulated by Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission Regulation, 1954 and the TNPSC Rules of Procedure.


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