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TPSC Grade II Exam 2020: Application Process Extended, Latest Update Here

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The application process for the recruitment exam of 40 Grade II posts has been extended by the Tripura Public Service Commission (TPSC).

The Tripura Public Service Commission (TPSC) Grade II invited applications for 40 Grade II posts. Candidate must have cleared the Bachelor’s degree.

 

TPSC Vacancy Details:

Post: T.C.S. Grade – II

Total Posts: 30
Salary: Level 14

 

 

Post: T.P.S. Grade – II
Total Posts: 10
Salary: Level 14

 

TPSC Recruitment 2020 Eligibility Criteria:

the candidate must have a Degree of a recognized University and Knowledge of Bengali/ English/ Kokborok language.
Age Limit: 21 to 40 years

 

Application Fee: Pay the Examination Fee through Debit Card, Credit Card, Net Banking or Challan.

For Gen/ OBC Candidates: 300/-

For ST/ SC/ BPL card holders/ PH Candidates: 250/-

 

Starting Date for Submission Of Online Application: March 10, 2020

Last Date for Submission Of Online Application: April 9, 2020, extended to April 30, 2020

Date of Preliminary Examination: June 7, 2020

 

How to Apply: Interested Candidates may apply Online through the website tpsc.gov.in from 10.03.2020 to 30.04.2020

 

Advt. No: 03/2020

 

Job Location: Tripura

 

Notification: tpsc.gov.in

 

Selection Process: Selection will be based on Preliminary Examination, Main Examination & Personality Test.

 

– The Examination will be held in three successive stages namely (i) Preliminary Examination (Multiple Choice type question pattern only) (ii) Main Examination (Pattern of Question in Main Examination will be as mentioned in the latest syllabus) and (iii) Personality Test. The Preliminary Examination, Main Examination, and Personality Test will carry 200 marks, 800 marks, and 100 marks respectively.

 

– In the case of Preliminary Examination (Multiple Choice type question pattern), there shall be a negative marking of ¼(One-fourth) of the marks assigned to that question for each wrong answer/ multiple answers.

 

– In the case of Main Examination, there will be a negative marking of ¼ (One-fourth) of the marks assigned to that question for each wrong answer/multiple answers only in the General Studies Paper (Section-I).

 

– The medium of language for answering questions of the main examination will be governed as per the Commission’s notification No. 10(1-5)-Rectt./TPSC/ 2019 dated 29/03/2019.


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