TNPSC Recruitment 2019
Assistant System Engineer (B.E., or B. Tech.)
Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) Recruitment Details
How to Apply for TNPSC Recruitment 2019
- Click on above Official Website Document link to visit Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) website. Find the Apply Online Link on the document or visit home page of website to get more details.
- Fill in all the necessary details asked in Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) Online Application Form.
- Upload a copy of your recent Photograph (If Required).
- Also, upload Scanned copies of necessary documents.
- Pay Prescribed Application Fee ( If Required).
- Finally, press submit button to complete TNPSC Assistant System Engineer (B.E., or B. Tech.)recruitment 2019 process.
Assistant System Engineer (36 Vacancies) – Last Date 20 February 2019 (Chennai,Tamil Nadu), Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) recruits Assistant System Engineer Posts. B.E., or B. Tech. candidates can apply.
(i) The three / two free chances referred to above are not for EACH POST but for ANY THREE / TWO APPLICATIONS ONLY. The claim for exemption from
payment of examination fee made in any application which has been rejected / admitted or withdrawn will be counted as free chance availed.
(ii) Failure to pay the prescribed fee along with the application in-time, will result in the rejection of application. Category Concession Condition(s)
(i) Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Caste (Arunthathiyars) and Scheduled Tribes Full Exemption — (ii) Differently Abled Persons and Destitute Widow of all communities Full Exemption
(i) For Differently Abled Persons, the disability should be not less than 40%.
(ii) For DWs, the DW certificate should have been obtained from the RDO / Sub Collector / Assistant Collector.
(iii) Most Backward Classes / Denotified Communities/
Backward Classes (Other than Muslims) / Backward Class (Muslim) Those who have not availed three free chances so far
in the previous recruitments may avail exemption from payment of examination fee. Should not have availed three free chances in the previous recruitments.
(iv) Ex-Servicemen Those who have not availed two free chances so far in the previous recruitments may avail exemption from payment of examination fee.
(i) Should not have availed two free chances in the previous recruitments.
(ii) Fee concession will not apply to those who have already been recruited to any class or service or category.
(iii) The number of free chances availed by the applicant means, the total number of
free chances hitherto availed by the applicant in his/her earlier applications
submitted to the Commission for any post / recruitment.
(iv) If the examination fee concession claimed in the application is found to exceed the
admissible limits, as announced above, the application will be rejected at any
stage of selection. The number of free chances availed by the applicants will be
counted from all the previous applications submitted through One Time
Registration and / or submitted directly without One Time Registration.
MODE OF PAYMENT OF FEE :
1. Examination fee of Rs.200/- (Rupees Two hundred only) is payable online
through Net Banking / Credit card / Debit card or it can be paid offline at the
State Bank of India / Indian Bank within two days from the date of submission of
online application by choosing the option in the online application.
2. Applicants have also to pay the service charges as applicable.
3. Offline mode of payment in the form of demand draft / postal order etc. will
not be accepted and the applications forwarded with such modes of payment
will be summarily rejected.
About Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission
The Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) is a department of the government of Tamil Nadu which is responsible for governing the recruitment of personnel into the state’s public service. It is the successor of the Madras Service Commission, which came into being under an Act of the Madras Legislature in 1929 and was the first Provincial Public Service Commission in India. It adopted its current name in 1970. It operates under Articles 315 to 323 of Part XIV of the Constitution of India. In the year 1923, the Indian Government established a Public Service Commission to examine the salary structure of the Indian Civil Service and the possibility of transferring some of the duties to provincial services. The Commission was composed of five Englishmen and four Indians, with Viscount Lee of Fareham serving as its Chairman. The Commission also addressed the rate of Indianisation of the Indian Civil Service and the Indian Police.
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