TRB: (Teacher Recruitment Board)
The recruitment of teachers for the government institutions like government schools, government arts colleges and engineering colleges are done through the Teachers Recruitment Board. The number of vacancies available for the different institutions is advertised in the leading news papers from time to time. Candidates can apply for those positions based on those advertisements. Certificate verification and subsequent interviews are held by the Teacher Recruitment Board. The Written Competitive Examination will consist of a single paper of 3 hours' duration for 150 marks. The question paper will be of objective type with multiple-choice questions. The marks allotted are as follows:
Main subject may be Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Botony, Zoology, History or Geography. The question papers for all subjets (except Languages) will be in Tamil and English. The candidates are required to answer the questions in the special OMR answer sheet provided by shading a single answer for each question in blue or black ball-point pen only. The candidates will be provided with the yellow copy of the answer sheet for their reference after the examination is over in the Examination Hall.
TNPSC: ( Tamilnadu Public Service Commission)
Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission has had a glorious past of 75 years. During 1923, the Lee Commission had recommended setting up of a Central Public Service Commission in India, but it did not give much thought to the need of establishing similar commissions in provinces. 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 .
- Conducts examinations for appointment to the various civil services of the state.
- Provides advice to the government on methods of recruitment to civil services posts
- Principles to be followed while making selections of the candidates and, promotions and transfers to civil services and posts.
- On disciplinary matter concerned with the civil servants claim made by a civil servant with respect to the recovery of expenditure incurred by him/her in defending himself/herself in the court of law against the legal proceeding initiated by the government for not execution of his/her duty.
- Claim made by a civil servant in respect to injuries sustained by him/her while serving the state government.
(I) Posts included in Group - I ServicesThe selection to the posts included in Group - I Services, will be made in three successive stages viz.,
- Preliminary Examination for selection of candidates for admission to the Main Written Examination
- Main Written Examination and
- Oral test in the shape of an Interview.
The Preliminary Examination is meant to serve as a screening test only. Themarks obtained in the Preliminary Examination by the candidates who are declared qualified for admission to the Main Written Examination will not be counted for determining their final order of merit. The number of candidates to be admitted to the Main Written Examination will be ten times the number of candidates to be recruited having regard to the rule of reservation of appointments. However, in each reservation group, all the candidates, who secure the same marks as that of the cut off marks of their reservation groups shall also be admitted to the Main Written Examination, though the number of candidates to be admitted to the Main Written Examination may exceed 1:10 ratio.
(II) Posts for which selection is made on the basis of Written Examination and Oral Test Where the selection is made on the basis of both, Main Written Examination/Written Examination and Oral Test, the Main Written Examination/Written Examination will precede the Oral Test. If the number of vacancies notified/reserved to be filled up for any one or more of the reservation groups (viz., Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Most Backward Classes/ Denotified Communities, Backward Classes or General Turn) is five and above, the number of candidates to be admitted to the Oral Test shall be two times the number of vacancies for which recruitment has to be made against those reservation groups based on the marks obtained by the candidates at the Main Written Examination or Written Examination, as the case may be. Similarly, if the number of vacancies in any one or more of the remaining reservation groups for the same recruitment is four and below, the number of candidates to be admitted to the Oral Test from those particular reservation group(s) shall be three times the number of vacancies for which recruitment has to be made against those reservation group(s). In respect of the posts, the total cadre strength of which is one only and for which the rule of reservation of appointments does not apply, the number of candidates to be admitted to the oral test on the basis of the marks obtained at the Written Examination will be three. The final selection will be made on the basis of the total marks obtained by the candidates at the Main Written Examination or Written Examination, as the case may be, and Oral Test taken together subject to the rule of reservation of appointments wherever it applies. Appearance in all the papers at the Main Written Examination/Written Examination and for Oral Test is compulsory. The candidates who have not appeared for any of the subjects in the Main Written Examination/Written Examination will not be considered for selection even if they secure the minimum qualifying marks for selection.
(III) Post for which selection is made on the basis of Written Examination only The selection will be made on the basis of the marks obtained by the candidates in the Written Examination only, subject to the rule of reservation of appointments.
Jobs in the bank sector in India are considered to be one of the most stable and rewarding professions. Banking jobs, especially with the state or central government of India, they guarantee a job security and time to time increment and salaried promotions. If you wish to become a part of this sector, then you will have to find out about all the Bank Exams in India that you will be able to appear for. There are various examinations for different banks when it comes to Bank Exams in India, there is a lot of competition and hence the preparation has to be spot on. A dedicated effort will enable you to sail through the banking examinations.
Exams for the post of Probationary officer, Specialist officer, Clerk are conducted separately by IBPS and SBI. Also, RBI and IBPS RRB separately conducted exams for the post of officers and assistants. Applying for this exams only through online and Exams are also conducted only via Online
- Reasoning Ability
- Quantitative Aptitude
- English Language
- General Awareness
- Computer Awareness
- Descriptive Paper
Educational Qualifications:A Degree (Graduation) in any discipline from a University recognized by the Govt. Of India or any equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Central Government.
BSNL: ( Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited )
Mode of selection and nature of Question Paper : The mode of selection is through an All India Competitive Examination. The examination will be of three hours duration. The Question Paper will be fully objective type with multiple options as answers to each question. The standard of paper in Engineering subjects will be that of Engineering Examination of an Indian University. The objective type examination shall be of 3 hours duration with one question paper containing 3 sections of Engineering Stream Section-I, Engineering Stream Section-II and General Ability Test Section-III.
The Engineering Stream Section-I and Section-II would include 50 questions each and General Ability test Section-III would include 20 questions. However, there would be no separate time fixed for attempting the separate sections. Minimum qualifying standards : BSNL shall fix minimum qualifying marks for OC/OBC/SC/ST/PH candidates for each section as well as in the aggregate. Candidates obtaining less than minimum-qualifying marks in any of the sections or in aggregate shall not be considered for inclusion in the merit-list. The merit-list will be drawn up depending on the vacancies and the choices indicated by the candidates. The appearance of the name in the merit-list does not confer any right to the candidate for employment. A final call letter/appointment letter will be issued to the candidate after completion of all other formalities.
Training and Bond :All candidates provisionally recruited shall execute Bonds in the format specified by the BSNL indicating their willingness to serve the Circle allotted and Corporation for a period of at least 5 years from the date of their appointment as JTOs. All candidates shall, before their appointment as JTOs have to successfully undergo prescribed training as per the training plan laid down and amended by the Company from time to time.
SSC: (Staff Selection Commission)SSC Examinations are in two types.
- Open Examinations
- Departmental Examinations
List of Open Examinations
|S.No||Name of Examination||Posts to be filled|
|1||Combined Graduate Level Examination||Assistants , in CSS, AFHQ, MEA etc, Inspectors in Central Excise/Preventive Officer/Income Tax, Inspector of Posts, Sub Inspector in CBI, Divl Accountants, Auditors,UDC etc|
|2||Tax Assistant Examination||Tax Assistant in CBDT & CBEC|
|3||Statistical Investigators (SSS) Grade IV Examination||Statistical Investigators (SSS( Grade IV in Deptt. of Statistice & PI|
|4||Junior Engineers(Civil & Elect) Examination||Junior Engineers (Civil & Elect) in CPWD/Deptt of Posts,Military Engineering Service|
|5||Junior Translators (CSOLS) Examination||Junior Translators of CSOLS Cadre in DOL|
|6||Section Officer (Comml Audit) Examination||Section Officer(Commercial Audit)|
|7||Deputy Field Officer (Cab Sectt) Examination||Deputy Field Officer(Cabinet Sectt)|
|8||Data Entry Operator(DEO) Examination||Data Entry Operator(DEO)|
|9||Sub Inspector in CPOs Examination||Sub Inspector in CPOs|
|10||Section Officer (Audit) Examination|| Section Officer
|11||Combined Matric Level Examination|| Steno Gr"C",
Steno Gr "D",
|12||Section Officer (Accounts) Examination||Section Officer(Accounts)|
List of Departmental Examinations:
|S.No||Name of Examination|
|1||Grade 'C' Stenographers Ltd. Depttl. Cpmpt. Examination.|
|2||UD Grade Ltd. Depttl. Compt Examination|
|3||Clerks Grade (For Group 'D' Staff only) Examination|
Recruitment to Isolated Posts (Selection)
Besides recruitment through All India Open Competitive Examinations, Staff Selection commission also makes recruitment to Group 'C' Non-Technical and Group 'B' Non-gazetted Posts which are not covered by any of the Open Examinations conducted by the Commission. Such vacancies generally are small in number and qualification for such posts vary from department to department. The selection process adopted by the Commission for recruitment to such isolated posts, known as Selection Posts, includes the folowing elements:-
- Selection through short-listing of candidates on the basis of percentage of marks obtained in the Essential Qualification followed by interview.
- Selection through short-listing of candidates on the basis of a screening test followed by interview.
- Selection through Proficiency Test in the relevent subject/discipline which is essential for the post(s) in question followed by interview.
- Selection through short-listing on the basis of percentage of marks obtained in the Essential Qualification followed by Skill Test/Interview.
In order to select the right candidates for the right job keeping in view job recruitments, the Staff Selection Commission has made the interview process effective by structuring it in such a way that proper and scientific assessment of the candidate is made by judging his academic qualifications, knowledge of the subjects studied, personality and his aptitude and suitability for the post under consideration. Notice for recruitment to Selection Posts is issued in the Employment News/Rozgar Samachar and also hosted on the website of the Commission/Regional Offices of the Commission. Notice for Group'C' posts is issued by the Regional Offices of the Commission and Notice for Group'B' posts is issued by the Headquarters of the Commission.
TANCET: ( Tamilnadu Common Entrance Test)Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Test(TANCET) is an entrance examination conducted every year by Anna University on behalf of Tamil Nadu Government for admission in the professional post-graduate programmes in various Government/Private universities/institutes in Tamil Nadu which include Anna University-Chennai, Anna University-Coimbatore, Anna University-Trichy, Anna University-Tirunelveli, Government and Government aided Institutes and Government Quota seats in private Institutes.
TANCET is for admission in M.Tech / M.E. / MBA / MCA / M.Arch / M.Plan programmes. TANCET is the most popular examination for aspirants in Tamil Nadu who want to pursue Post Graduation in professional courses in Tamil Nadu. Every year a very large number of candidates in Tamil Nadu appear for TANCET for admission in best colleges and courses in Tamil Nadu. Even candidates from outside Tamil Nadu can appear for TANCET but their admission depends on the rules of particular university/institute.
Examination Pattern Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Test (TANCET) is one of the popular competitive entrance examinations of the state. The examination pattern is different for different programs.
MCA The entrance examination tests the applicant's knowledge in four sections- Quantitative ability, Analytical reasoning, Logical reasoning, and Computer awareness. Questions related to basic science and verbal activity could also be expected.
M.E/M. Tech The exam usually includes questions from mathematics, basic engineering and science and area the aspirant desires to specialize in.
MBA The entrance exam includes fives sections testing the applicant's English (Grammar, Punctuation etc), data interpretation, mathematics, comprehension skills.
MBA/MCA The question paper consists of 100 multiple-choice objective questions. Four options will be there for every question, the candidates are required to mark the single correct answer with HB pencil or ball point pen of blue or black ink only. Every correct answer will fetch the applicant with one mark and one-fourth of the total marks allotted for a question will be deducted for every wrong answer. The candidates are advised not to attempt the question if they are not sure as more than one answer marked will be considered as wrong and will fetch negative marks. No marks will be deducted for not attempting the question. The total duration of entrance examination will be of two hours.
Eligibility Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Test (TANCET) is conducted for admission into Master's level program in Business Administration, Computer Application, Engineering, Architecture, Technology and Planning.
For MBA The candidates, who possess Bachelor's degree in any discipline in 10+2+3/4 pattern or 10+3 (Diploma) + 3 pattern from a recognized university, are eligible.
For MCA The candidate should have completed graduation in any field with mathematics as a subject of study at 10+2 level. The candidates, who have studied Mathematics/Statistics as one of the subjects at Bachelor's level, are also eligible.
For M.E. /M. Tech/M. Arch. /M. Planning The candidates with Bachelor's degree in their respective field that is B.E. /B. Tech/B. Arch/B. Planning are eligible. The candidates who are waiting for their result of the final examination or who are appearing in the final year or semester of qualifying examination can also apply.
Being the second largest Railway system in the world, Indian Railways generates lots of jobs every year to the Indian Nationals. The broadly divided Zones of Indian Railways and its Divisions have technical and non-technical departments to which the recruitments are done through Competitive Exams. These Exams are conducted by Union public service commission (UPSC) and Railway Recruitment Board (RRB). The entry is done through three different channels:
- Group A
- Group B
- Group C
Group A officers are recruited by UPSC through:Civil Service Examination for Indian Railway Traffic Services (IRTS) and the Indian Railways Accounts Services (IRAS) Combined Engineering Service for Indian Railway Service of Engineers (IRSE), Indian Railway Service of Electrical Engineers (IRSEE), Indian Railway Services of Signal Engineers (IRSSE) and Indian Railway Store Service (IRSS)
Group B officers are directly promoted from Group C:Group C officers are recruited through the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB). The 19 Railway Recruitment Boards in India (RRBs) have been functioning as prime recruiting agencies for all Zonal Railways, Production Units and other extra Zonal units of the Indian Railways. The Group C posts include assistant station masters, drivers, motormen, guards, signal and mechanical inspectors. Here again, staff are divided into technical and non-technical staff.
POLICE:The Heads of the Departments of Police, Fire and Rescue Services and Prison will intimate the estimated number of vacancies to the Government in the respective categories by September every year for which recruitment has to be conducted for next year by the Tamil Nadu Uniformed Services Recruitment Board on the orders of the Government.
Educational Qualifications : A candidate must hold a Bachelor's degree from recognised University or an equivalent qualification. Candidates who are studying in final year Degree Course and have yet to pass final year degree examination or equivalent examination can also apply for examination, but they will be required to submit proof of passing by the specified dates published in Commission's Notice for Examination.
For Recruitment of Grade II PCs/Jail Warders/Firemen The candidates who satisfy the pre-requisite condition of age and educational qualifications are called for the Written Test which comprises of a single Question Paper containing questions on General Knowledge and Psychology to be answered in 80 minutes. The candidates applying for the post of Police Constables/Jailwarders/Firemen are required to secure atleast 40 marks out of 80
For SIs For the post of Sub-Inspector of Police, the eligible candidates have to appear for a Written Test containing 45 questions in General Knowledge and 25 questions in Psychology with a total mark of 70. The candidates have to secure atleast 35 marks out of 70 to qualify for further process. The details of marks awarded for Written Test for various recruitments are furnished in Annexure I to IV. The Sub-Committee Chairman is authorised to nominate one Deputy Superintendent of Police/Additional Superintendent of Police belonging to the same range as Additional Member to assist him in conducting the written test in consultation with the Super Check Officer incharge of the centre.
All recruitments at the level of Sub-Inspectors and Police Constables are done by Tamil Nadu Uniformed Services Recruitment Board. Notification for recruitment is published from time to time. Following are the minimum requirements for recruitment:-
|Height||Minimum 168cms||Minimum 157cms||Minimum 168cms||Minimum 157cms|
|Chest||81 (Expn.:5cms.)||-||81 (Expn.:5cms.)||-|
|Education||Any degree||Any degree||10th std||10th std|
LIC: ( Life Insurance Corporation of India )The Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) is the largest life insurance company in India fully owned by the Government of India. LIC has assets estimated of 8 Trillion Rupees (or about $170 Billion dollars) and has a network of around 1.2 million of its agents for soliciting life insurance business from the public.
LIC has more than 2048 branches and offices in various cities and towns of India. LIC has invited applications for recruitment of 5578 Apprentice Development Officers for its 8 Zonal and various Divisional Offices / branches across India.
Qualification:AAO (Generalist) ? Bachelor/Master's degree from a recognized Indian or Foreign University with a minimum of 55% marks in the aggregate in either of the Degrees which is relaxable to 45% in case of SC/ST candidates. If any University awards grades instead of marks, applicants should clearly mention the numerical equivalent of the grades in terms of aggregate marks. Preference shall be given to the candidates having professional qualification like CFA/CS/FIIRM/ MBA from recognized University or Institute. AAO (Chartered Accountant) ? An Associate Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India AAO (Actuarially Qualified) ? A pass in seven or more subjects (Papers) of the Examination conducted by the Institute of Actuaries, London or the Actuarial Society of India (excluding Paper-CT9- Business Awareness Module) as on the date of eligibility. Probation: One year, extendable upto 2 years.
Guarantee Bond:Before joining as a Probationer, candidates will be required to give an undertaking to serve the Corporation for a minimum period of four years from the date of joining (including probationary period) failing which, he/she will be liable to pay liquidated damages of Rs. 100,000 (Rs one lakh only) to the Corporation. The candidate will have to submit an indemnity bond for Rs. 1,00,000 (Rs. One lakh only) duly stamped and executed by a Surety of sound financial standing and not related to the candidate. The stamp value of the bond will be as applicable to the State in which the bond is executed by the Surety.
How to apply for LIC AAO (for all posts): Candidates are necessarily required to register On-line for applying. No other means/mode of applications will be accepted. Candidates have to register on-line only after obtaining a receipt for payment of application fee, wherever applicable, at the cash collection centre of LIC. If not, applications shall be invalid. While filling the 'Fee Details' in the online application form, candidates are required to enter and check the following:
- LIC branch code (upper left hand corner of the miscellaneous receipt) ? maximum 4 characters (alpha numeric)
- Miscellaneous collection number ? maximum 6 digits (appearing in the shaded portion of the box)
- Transaction number (Tr. No.) ? Maximum 8 digits (appearing on the left hand corner of the receipt)
- Transaction date (appearing on the upper left hand corner of the receipt)