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TNPSC Download Hall Ticket 2024 Group-I Services Combined Civil Services Examination Tamil Nadu

Organisation : Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC)
Recruitment Name : Combined Civil Services Examination – I (Group-I Services) 2024
Announcement : Download Hall Ticket
Exam Date : 13.07.2024 FN
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How to Download TNPSC Group-I Hall Ticket?

Date of preliminary examination is 13th July 2024. To Download Hall Ticket for Combined Civil Services Examination – I (Group-I Services) 2024, follow the below steps,
Steps :
Step-1 : Go to the link
Step-2 : Click on “One Time Registration (OTR Dashboard)” link.
Step-3 : Click on “Registered User (Login)” link.
Step-4 : Enter Application Number
Step-5 : Enter Date of Birth
Step-6 : Click on “Submit” Button.

Instructions of Candidates for Group-1 Services

Instructions to be followed by candidates while appearing for written examinations (Objective Type and Descriptive Type) conducted by the Commission
** Candidates shall present themselves at the examination venue with the memorandum of admission (hall ticket) downloaded from the Commission‘s website, failing which, they shall not be allowed to write the examination. Candidates shall also bring with them, a photocopy of their Aadhaar card / Passport / Driving Licence / Permanent Account Number (PAN) card / Voter ID card.

** Candidates must appear for the examination at the venue they have been allotted, as mentioned in the memorandum of admission (hall ticket). Change of venue will not be permitted. No candidate, without prior approval, shall be allowed to appear for the examination at a venue other than the one originally allotted.

** Candidates may be subjected to frisking at the examination venue, if required, with the assistance of male / female police personnel or any authorized persons, as the case may be.
** Candidates are advised, in their own interest, not to bring any of the banned items including mobile phones to the venue of the examination, as arrangements for safekeeping of the same cannot be assured.
** Parents and others who accompany the candidates will not be permitted inside the examination venue.

** All gates serving as entry into the examination venue shall be closed thirty minutes before the commencement of the examination and no one shall be allowed into the venue thereafter. (e.g., in case of forenoon session, for an examination scheduled to commence at 09.30 am, the candidates should present themselves at 09.00 am in the examination venue.

** In case of afternoon session, for an examination scheduled to commence at 02.00 pm, the candidates should present themselves at 01.30 pm. After that no candidate shall be permitted to enter the premises of the examination venue)
** Candidates must show the memorandum of admission (hall ticket) to the Invigilator / Chief Invigilator / inspection authorities / any authorized persons of the examination hall, on demand, for verification.

** Candidates must ensure that the Room Invigilator signs in the memorandum of admission (hall ticket). The memorandum of admission should be preserved carefully and retained permanently. The memorandum of admission should be produced if shortlisted for the next stage of selection / whenever sought for by the Commission.

Syllabus for Combined Civil Services Examination–I

(i) Scientific Knowledge and Scientific temper – Power of Reasoning – Rote Learning Vs Conceptual Learning – Science as a tool to understand the past, present and future.
(ii) Nature of Universe – General Scientific Laws – Mechanics Properties of Matter, Force, Motion and Energy – Everyday application of the basic principles of Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism, Light, Sound, Heat, Nuclear Physics, Laser, Electronics and Communications.
(iii) Elements and Compounds, Acids, Bases, Salts, Petroleum Products, Fertilizers, Pesticides.
(iv) Main concepts of Life Science, Classification of Living Organisms, Evolution, Genetics, Physiology, Nutrition, Health and Hygiene, Human diseases.
(v) Environment and Ecology.

(i) History – Latest diary of events – National symbols – Profile of States – Eminent personalities and places in news – Sports – Books and authors.
(ii) Polity – Political parties and political system in India – Public awareness and General administration – Welfare oriented Government schemes and their utility, Problems in Public Delivery Systems.
(iii) Geography – Geographical landmarks.
(iv) Economics – Current socio – economic issues.
(v) Science – Latest inventions in Science and Technology.
(vi) Prominent Personalities in various spheres- Arts, Science, Literature and Philosophy.

(i) Location – Physical features – Monsoon, Rainfall, Weather and Climate – Water Resources – Rivers in India – Soil, Minerals and Natural resources – Forest and Wildlife – Agricultural pattern.
(ii) Transport – Communication.
(iii) Social Geography – Population density and distribution – Racial, Linguistic Groups and Major Tribes.
(iv) Natural calamity – Disaster Management – Environmental pollution: Reasons and preventive measures – Climate change – Green energy.

(i) Indus valley civilization – Guptas, Delhi Sultans, Mughals and Marathas – Age of Vijayanagaram and Bahmani Kingdoms -South Indian history.
(ii) Change and Continuity in the Socio – Cultural History of India.
(iii) Characteristics of Indian culture, Unity in diversity – Race, language, custom.
(iv) India as a Secular State, Social Harmony.

(i) Constitution of India – Preamble to the Constitution – Salient features of the Constitution – Union, State and Union Territory.
(ii) Citizenship, Fundamental rights, Fundamental duties, Directive Principles of State Policy.
(iii) Union Executive, Union legislature – State Executive, State Legislature – Local Governments, Panchayat Raj.
(iv) Spirit of Federalism: Centre – State Relationships.
(v) Election – Judiciary in India – Rule of law.
(vi) Corruption in public life – Anti-corruption measures – Lokpal and LokAyukta – Right to Information – Empowerment of women – Consumer protection forums, Human rights charter.

(i) Nature of Indian economy – Five year plan models – an assessment – Planning Commission and Niti Ayog.
(ii) Sources of revenue – Reserve Bank of India – Fiscal Policy and Monetary Policy – Finance Commission – Resource sharing between Union and State Governments – Goods and Services Tax.
(iii) Structure of Indian Economy and Employment Generation, Land reforms and Agriculture – Application of Science and Technology in Agriculture – Industrial growth – Rural Welfare Oriented Programmes – Social problems – Population, Education, Health, Employment, Poverty.

(i) National Renaissance – Early uprising against British rule – Indian National Congress – Emergence of leaders – B.R.Ambedkar, Bhagat Singh, Bharathiar, V.O.Chidambaranar, Jawaharlal Nehru, Kamarajar, Mahatma Gandhi, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, Thanthai Periyar, Rajaji, Subash Chandra Bose, Rabindranath Tagore and others.
(ii) Different modes of Agitation: Growth of Satyagraha and Militant Movements.
(iii) Communalism and partition.

(i) History of Tamil Society, related Archaeological discoveries, Tamil Literature from Sangam age till contemporary times.
(ii) Thirukkural :
(a) Significance as a Secular literature
(b) Relevance to Everyday Life
(c) Impact of Thirukkural on Humanity
(d) Thirukkural and Universal Values – Equality, Humanism, etc
(e) Relevance to Socio – Politico – Economic affairs
(f) Philosophical content in Thirukkural
(iii) Role of Tamil Nadu in freedom struggle – Early agitations against British Rule – Role of women in freedom struggle.
(iv) Evolution of 19th and 20th Century Socio-Political movements in Tamil Nadu – Justice Party, Growth of Rationalism – Self Respect Movement, Dravidian Movement and Principles underlying both these movements, Contributions of Thanthai Periyar and Perarignar Anna.

(i) Human Development Indicators in Tamil Nadu and a comparative assessment across the Country – Impact of Social Reform movements in the Socio – Economic Development of Tamil Nadu.
(ii) Political parties and Welfare schemes for various sections of people – Rationale behind Reservation Policy and access to Social Resources – Economic trends in Tamil Nadu – Role and impact of social welfare schemes in the Socio – Economic Development of Tamil Nadu.
(iii)Social Justice and Social Harmony as the Cornerstones of Socio – Economic development.
(iv) Education and Health systems in Tamil Nadu.
(v) Geography of Tamil Nadu and its impact on Economic growth.
(vi) Achievements of Tamil Nadu in various fields.
(vii) E-governance in Tamil Nadu.

(i) Simplification – Percentage – Highest Common Factor (HCF) – Lowest Common Multiple (LCM).
(ii) Ratio and Proportion.
(iii) Simple interest – Compound interest – Area – Volume – Time and Work.
(iv) Logical Reasoning – Puzzles – Dice – Visual Reasoning – Alpha numeric Reasoning – Number Series.

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