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TNPSC VAO Exam 2014 Syllabus, Paper Pattern, Sample Papers

TNPSC VAO Exam 2014 Syllabus, Paper Pattern, Sample Papers

TNPSC VAO Exam 2014 Details

Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) recruits Village Administration Officers (VAO) through a common competitive test. It is a objective style test which is open to candidates who are at least 21 years of age and not more than 40 years of age. This Year 2014 Also VAO Recruitment Details are given on this page. very Soon. 
It is also mandatory for candidates to pass the TNPSC language certificate test for those who did not have Tamil as a subject in school.

TNPSC VAO Exam syllabus, TNPSC Recruitment Details Syllabus Details are given below.

This test is very different than those for banking jobs, jobs in railways, and jobs in Life Insurance Corporation of India. The general syllabus of the exam includes:
  • General Science
General Science comprises of Physics, Chemistry, Botany, and Zoology. In previous years’ question papers, most questions in this section were asked from 6th and 7th grade textbooks. However, you might want to brush up on your general science upto your 10 grade.
  • Current Events
History, Political Science, Geography, Economics, and Science comprise this section. You need to be well aware of Indian history as well as the history and culture of Tamil Nadu to be able to ace this section.
  • Geography
Our solar system, disaster management, agricultural pattern, weather and climate, and soils and minerals form some of the important topics of this section. Again, most of the questions asked are very basic in nature. Nevertheless, you might have to brush up what you learnt in school.
  • Indian Polity
Several questions are asked on the Indian political scene. Judiciary in India, Human Right charter, Corruption, Anti-corruption measures, and Fundamental Rights are some topics you would do well to concentrate on.
  • Indian National Movement
You have to be well versed with the freedom struggle of India and important freedom fighters such as Mahatma Gandhi. Pay attention to the role of Tamil Nadu in our freedom struggle, including its various important leaders such as VOC, Periyar and the likes.
The above topics comprise the General Studies section of the TNPSC VAO exam. This section has 75 objective questions.
Aptitude and Mental Ability Tests
If you have been preparing for competitive exams like IBPS PO and CWE, you should be able to breeze through this section. Questions are basic in nature, with focus on averages, ratios, HCF, LCM etc. Number series and dice problems form a chunk of the reasoning questions in this section. This section has 20 questions in all.
Basics of Village Administration
Since you are applying for the post of a village administration officer, TNPSC has a section dedicated to it in its VAO exam. Some topics of note for this section are:
  • Grants of land for cattle or dairy farm
  • Levy of rents
  • Basic principles related to classification of lands
  • Basic information about Revenue Recovery Act
General English
The English section has 80 questions in all. It tests your basic communication skills. You will find questions based on:
  • Tenses
  • Synonyms and Antonyms
  • Comprehension
  • Error correction
  • Plurals
  • Degrees of Comparison

TNPSC Combined Engineering Services Exam 2014 Details Given Below

Important Dates
  • Opening Date for Registration: 24 March 2014
  • Closing Date for Registration: 23 April 2014
  • Date of Examination: 27 July 2014
Details of Post
  • Assistant Engineer (Civil), Water Resources Department, PWD: 50 Posts
  • Assistant Engineer (Civil), Buildings, PWD: 21 Posts
  • Assistant Engineer (Electrical) PWD (2013-2014): 09 Posts
  • Assistant Director of Industrial Safety and Health (Formerly named as Assistant Inspector of Factories) (2012-2013): 18 Posts
Post Details TNPSC Recruitment 2014

Total Number of Post: 98 Posts
Age Limit
  • For Candidates belong to SCs, SC(A)s, STs, MBCs/DCs, BCs, BCMs and Destitute Widows of all Castes: Minimum 18 Years and No maximum age limit
  • For other candidates: Minimum age 18 years and Maximum age 30 years
Educational Qualification
  • Assistant Engineer  (Civil): B.E degree in Civil Engineering or Civil and Structural Engineering OR A pass in Sections A and B of the Institution Examinations under Civil Engineering branch
  • Assistant Engineer (Electrical): A degree in Electrical Engineering or Electronics and Communication Engineering OR A pass in Sections A and B of the Institution Examination with Electrical Engineering as a subject.
  • Assistant Director of Industrial Safety and Health: A Degree in Mechanical or Production or Industrial or Electrical or Chemical Engineering or Textile Technology.
Examination Fee: Rs.175/- (Rupees one hundred and Seventy five only). Candidates claiming exemption from examination fee should pay Rs.50/- as Application cost.
How to Apply
Candidates have to apply online through the Commission’s Website or in on or before 23 April 2014. Before filling Online, read all the instruction carefully.
Selection Process
Candidates will be selected as per their performance in two successive stages that are
  • Written Examination in OMR Format and
  • Oral Test

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