Applications are invited by Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission. TNPSC is looking out for 6 posts of Tester & Asst Tester in Tamil Nadu Industries Subordinate Service. Details of the this recruitment is listed below.
ADVERTISEMENT NO.: 03/2016
Name of the post and Number of posts allocated
1. Tester: 4
2. Assistant Tester: 2
Who is Eligible for the Tester & Asst Tester posts?
Qualification: Candidate interested in this job must be having following qualifications
- BE or Diploma in Electrical or Electronics
- Tester Experience: 1 year in the field of Electrical Testing for BE candidates and 3 years in the case of diploma holders
- Assistant Tester Experience: 6 months for BE candidates and 1.5 years for dimploma holders
Age Limit: Candidates applying for this job if they come under general category their age should be between 18 - 35 years. But for SC/ST/OBC and other candidates the minimum age of applying for this job is 18 but there is no limit to maximum age for these candidates.
How Candidates are Selected for Tester & Asst Tester posts?
Candidates are selected in two successive stages i.e.,
1. Written Examination.
2. Oral Test in the form of an interview.
Final selection will be made on the basis of total marks obtained by the candidates at the Written Examination and Oral Test taken together subject to the rule of reservation of appointments.
How to Apply for Tester & Asst Tester posts?
Candidates interested in the above job can apply to the post online.
What is the Application Fee?
- One - Time Registration fee: Rs.50/-
- Examination fee: Rs.100/-
For Admit card, Results and other details visit the official website.
What are the Important Dates Associated with TNPSC?
- Last date to apply of online Application forms: 18 March 2016.
- Last date for payment of Fee: 21 March 2016.
- Date of Written examination: 25 June 2016.
The Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) is a division of the legislature of Tamil Nadu which is in charge of representing the enlistment of staff into the state's open administration.
It is the successor of the Madras Administration Commission, which appeared under a Demonstration of the Madras Council in 1929 and was the main Commonplace Open Administration Commission in India.
It received its present name in 1970.
It works under Articles 315 to 323 of Part XIV of the Constitution of India.