TNPSC departmental exam May 2015 Application / exam dates
Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission conducts departmental examination in order to fill up the vacated openings aroused by retirement of professionals to whom the position belong or by transfer policy. The examination is also utilized for periodic promotion of staff in respective departments. The notification regarding this and expanded details regarding the examination and recruitment policy could be seen via online module. All the candidates who are willing to apply for this examination are requested to first validate their eligibility off candidature, details of which are mentioned later in this post and then send their application by the method discussed later in here.
As the examination is departmental hence only those candidate who are working under relevant departments are eligible to apply. The candidate should be between 18 to 35 years in age as per of 1st March 2015. A nominal examination fee of Rupee 50 INR has to be paid. The examination will be conducted in enlisted exam centers only, the link to which is given later in this post. The examinations will be conducted from 24th May 2015 to 31st May 2015. The last date of receipt of applications is 31st March 2015.
To know more about the schedule of examination and department wise time table click on the link
To check out the official notifications /exam dates regarding this exam click on the link.
After the termination of registration process, admit cards will be issued from 17th May 2015 to 31st May 2015.
How to register the application for Departmental exam conducted by TNPSC?
For all TNPSC recruitments applying online is necessary, for this one too registration is mandatory and it can be carried out through tnpsconline.tn.nic.in, by logging in to it you will get the form, board will turn on the TNPSC may 2015 departmental exam application for 20 days and all the interested persons should apply within this.
As seen in the recruitment notification tests will be conducted in noon and forenoon session, so availability and accessibility must be ensured well before examination.