TNPSC hall tickets 2018: The hall ticket for Group 4 and VAO combined civil services examination – IV has been released by the Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC). All those candidates who had registered for the same can download their respective tickets from the official website -tnpsc.gov.in. The exam is scheduled to be conducted on February 11. A total of 9351 vacancies will be filled through this recruitment. The last date for registration was December 13, 2017. The hall ticket is also available at tnpscexams.net.
Thousands of candidates have applied to fill 9,351 posts in TNPSC. Check the vacancy details below:
Village administrative officer- 494
Junior assistant (non-security)- 4,096
Junior assistant (security)- 205
Bill collector grade 1- 48
Field surveyor- 74
Steno-typist grade 3- 815
TNPSC hall tickets 2018, steps to download
Step 1: Log on to the official website tnpsc.gov.in
Step 2: On the right hand side of the page, click on ‘Hall ticket download’ under ‘On-line services’ link
Step 3: On the new page, click on ‘Download admit card’ under the examination link
Step 4: In the provided fields, enter your application number/login ID and date of birth
Step 5: Click on submit
Step 6: Your hall ticket will be displayed on the screen
Step 7: Download the same and take a printout for future reference
The exam is being held to fill for various posts included in combined civil services examination 4 (group – IV) in the TN ministerial service, TN judicial ministerial service, TN survey and land records subordinate service and TN secretariat service.
Exam pattern: TNPSC group 4 exam will be conducted in a single shift and a total of 200 objective type questions will be asked. The candidates can obtain mmaximum300 marks and the minimum qualifying marks are 90. The syllabus will be SSLC standard.
General Studies: 75 questions
Aptitude: 25 questions
General Tamil or General English: 100 questions
In another development, Tamil Desiya Periakkam has urged the state to make amendments to rules to ensure that those who are from outside states are prevented from appearing in the TNPSC examinations, stated a TOI report. Earlier, 31 percent of the vacant post were reserved for the candidates from outside states. But concerns were raised asking how would a northeastern work as a village admin officer without knowing Tamil. A request has been placed to make the recruitment open only for the natives.