TNUSRB SI (TK, AR, TSP) Syllabus 2022 | Exam Pattern

TNUSRB SI (TK, AR, TSP) Syllabus 2022 | Exam Pattern

TNUSRB SI (TK, AR, TSP) Syllabus 2022 | Exam Pattern

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TNUSRB SI (TK, AR, TSP) Selection Process:

The Selection Procedure of the Exam will be as follows:

1. Written Examination (Part I Tamil Language Eligibility Test)
2. Written Examination (Part II Main Written examination)
3. Physical Measurement Test
4. Endurance Test
5. Physical Efficiency Test
6. Certificate Verification
7. Viva-Voce

Marks Allocation For Open And Departmental Candidates:

SI.NO. Description Open Departmental Quota
1. Written Examination 70 Marks 85 Marks
2. Physical Efficiency Test 15 Marks Exempted
3. Viva-Voce 10 Marks 10 Marks
4. Special Marks 5 Marks 5 Marks
Total 100 Marks 100 Marks

 

Stages Of Recruitment For Open Candidates::

  1. WRITTEN EXAMINATION:

Part I. Tamil Language Eligibility Test:

  1. The Tamil Language Eligibility Test is qualifying in nature.
  2. It will be objective type in nature.

iii. It will consist of 100 questions for 100 marks and the duration of examination will be 100 minutes (1 Hr 40 mins.)

  1. The candidate has to obtain minimum of 40% marks in Tamil Language Eligibility test, for him/her to be eligible for the next level of evaluation of the main examination OMR answer sheet.
  2. The marks obtained in Tamil Language Eligibility Test will not be considered for preparation of provisional selection list at any stage.
  3. In respect of 20% Departmental candidates, the Tamil Language eligibility Test will be commonly conducted along with those who are applying in open quota.

vii. The candidates who have applied under BOTH Open and Departmental category will have to write the commonly conducted Tamil Language Eligibility Test only once.

Part II. Main Written examination:

The Main Written examination will consists of Part.A – General Knowledge and Part.B – Logical Analysis, Numerical Analysis, Psychology Test, Communication Skills, Information Handling Ability. Written examination total marks is 70.

  1. Part.A. – 40 Marks (objective type). 80 Questions.
  2. Part.B. – 30 marks (objective type). 60 Questions.

iii. Each question carries ½ marks.

  1. Duration 2 ½ Hrs.
  2. The candidates should get a minimum of 25 marks to qualify in the written examination

Physical Measurement Test:

Height Measurement
Community Men Women & Transgender
OC, BC, BC(M), MBC/DNC 170 cms 159 cms
SC, SC (A), ST 167 cms 157 cms
Chest Measurement (for Men only)
Normal 81 Cms
Expansion in full inspiration 5 cms (81 cms to 86 cms)
Ex-servicemen/Ex.CPMF / Serving persons who are going to retire within one year Exempted from Physical Measurement Test

Endurance Test:

Men 1500 metres run in 7 minutes
Women/ Transgender 400 metres run in 2 minutes 30 seconds
Ex-servicemen / Ex-personnel of Central Para-Military Forces/ serving persons who are going to retire within one year. 1500 metres run in 8 minutes
  1. i) Endurance Test is qualifying nature.
  2. ii) Only the candidates who qualify in the Endurance Test will be allowed to participate in the Physical Efficiency Test.

Physical Efficiency Test: Total marks for PET is 15.

(I) Men candidates :-

SI.NO Events One Star (2 Marks) Two Stars (5 Marks)
1. Rope Climbing 5.0 metres 6.0 metres
2. Long Jump (or) High Jump Long Jump 3.80 metres 4.50 metres
High Jump 1.20 metres 1.40 metres
3. Long Jump (or) High Jump 100 mts run 15.00 seconds 13.50 seconds
400 mts run 80.00 seconds 70.00 seconds
  1. Three chance will be given to the candidates in rope climbing.
  2. Three chances will be given for the event of long jump / high jump.

iii. Only one chance will be given for 100 metres/ 400 metres run.

(II) 

.

SI.NO Events One Star (2 Marks) Two Stars (5 Marks)
1. Long jump 3.0 metres 3.75 metres
2. Shotput (or) Cricket ball throw Shotput 4.25 metres 5.50 metres
Cricket ball throw 17 metres 24 metres
3. 100 mts run (or) 200 mts run 100 mts run 17.50 seconds 15.50 seconds
200 mts run 38.00 seconds 33.00 seconds
  1. Three chances will be given for long jump, Shot-Put / Cricket ball throw.
  2. Only one chance will be given in 100 metres /200 metres run.

(III) Ex-servicemen / Ex-personnel of Central Para-Military Forces and Serving Police personnel who are going to retire within one year

SI.NO Events One Star (2 Marks) Two Stars (5 Marks)
1. Shotput 5.0 metres 6.0 metres
2. Long Jump (or) High Jump Long Jump 3.25 metres 4.50 metres
High Jump 0.90 metres 1.40 metres
3. 100 mts run (or) 400 mts run 100 mts run 17.00 seconds 13.50 seconds
400 mts run 80.00 seconds 70.00 seconds
  1. Three chances will be given for the events of Shot-Put throw and Long jump or High jump.
  2. Only one chance will be given to the candidates in 100 metres /400 metres run

Note: i. Men and Women /Transgender candidates should get minimum one star in each event, failing which they will be disqualified at the same stage.

Stages Of Recruitment For Departmental Candidates:

Part I. Tamil Language Eligibility Test:

Tamil Language Eligibility Test for Departmental candidates will be the same as conducted for Open candidates.

Part II. Main Written Examination:

Main Written examination will consists of Part.A – General Knowledge and Part.B – Communication skills, Numerical skills, Logical Analysis, Information handling ability, Indian Penal Code, Criminal Procedure Code, Indian Evidence Act, Police Standing Orders and Police Administration. Written examination total marks is 85.

  1. Part.A – 15 Marks (objective type). 30 Questions.
  2. Part.B – 70 Marks (objective type). 140 Questions.

iii. Each question carries ½ marks.

  1. Duration 3.00 hrs.
  2. The candidates should get a minimum of 30 marks to qualifyin the written examination.

Departmental Quota candidates are exempted from Physical Measurement Test and Physical Efficiency Test.

Endurance Test:

1500 metres run in 7 minutes for men candidates and 400 metres run in 2 minutes and 30 seconds for women candidates.

Certificate Verification:

The candidates who are called for Certificate Verification will have to produce their original certificates which they had uploaded during submission of the online application. Candidate who fails to produce the Original Certificates will lose his/her claims with regard to communal reservation, age relaxation and special quota. New certificates /claim other than uploaded certificates will not be entertained.

Viva-Voce:

  1. Viva-Voce will be conducted for 10 marks. Marks will be awarded based on the performance of the candidates.
  2. The candidates who qualify in Physical Measurement Test, Endurance Test, Physical Efficiency Test and original certificate verification will be called for Viva-Voce. The number of candidates called for Viva-Voce will be 2 times the number of vacancies.

Special Marks For NCC/NSS/Sports/Games For Open Candidates:

  1. Special marks shall be given to the candidates during Viva-Voce as detailed below, subject to a maximum of 5 marks.
  2. National Cadet Corps (NCC)(Maximum 2 Marks):
One Year Member/ “A” certificate ½ Mark
Possession of “B” Certificate 1 Mark
Possession of “C” Certificate/Under Officer Best Cadet in All India level 2 Marks

 

  1. National Service Scheme(NSS) Maximum 1 Mark:
Participation in a National Programme like Republic Day parade in New Delhi/National Integration and Motivation Camps/Inter State Youth Exchange Programme by the Department of Youth Affairs and Sports of State Government ½ Mark
Best Volunteer at State Level/National level or Best NSS Cadet at Republic Day Parade in New Delhi 1 Mark
As per G.O.No.8 dated:21.01.2002 and participation in regular activities or State Special camps 1/2 Marks

 

Sports / Games (Maximum 2 Marks) Approved 16 games :

  1. Basket Ball, 2.Football, 3.Hockey, 4.Volley Ball, 5.Hand Ball, 6.Kabbadi, 7.Wrestling, 8.Boxing, 9.Gymnastics, 10.Judo, 11.Weight Lifting, 12. Aquatics (Swimming), 13.Athletics, 14.Equitation (Horse riding), 15. Rifle Shooting and 16. Silambam are eligible for awarding of marks.
Represented School in District level ½ Mark
Represented College in zonal level (Inter Collegiate) 1/2 Mark
Represented University (Form-III) (Inter University) 1 Mark
Represented District in Inter District tournament 1 Mark
Represented State (Form-II) (Tamil Nadu) 1 1/2 Mark
Represented Nation in international Competition (Form-I) (India) 2 Mark

In each category, the highest certificate (yielding maximum marks) will be considered. If a candidate having two certificates which are carrying equal marks, one certificate will be considered for awarding marks. A candidate can claim maximum of 5 marks under special marks.

Special Marks For Departmental Candidates:

Winning of medal in the National Police Duty Meet (Maximum 5 marks)
Gold Medal 5 marks
Silver Medal 3 marks
Bronze Medal 2 marks
Departmental Quota candidates shall not be eligible for special marks for NCC/NSS/Sports/ Games.

A candidate can claim maximum of 5 marks under special marks. If a candidate having two medals which are carrying equal marks, one certificate will be considered for awarding marks.

Provisional Select List:

  1. Provisional Select List is drawn based on the total marks obtained in the Written Examination, Physical Efficiency Test, Viva-Voce and Special marks subject to communal reservation and total vacancies.
  2. If there is a tie in marks, the candidate senior in age shall be given priority in selection.
  3. If the marks secured are equal and date of birth is same, preference shall be given to the candidate who is an outstanding scout, having received an award from the President of India.
  4. Persons recruited to the post of Sub-Inspector of Police (Taluk, AR and TSP) under the 20% police departmental quota shall be placed above the direct recruits selected from open quota in the same recruitment.
  5. 20% of all vacancies shall be set apart for open candidates on preferential basis for the persons who studied from 1st standard to the prescribed Degree in Tamil medium.
  6. 20% preference for having studied in Tamil Medium will not be considered for departmental quota candidates.

Medical Examination And Verification Of Character And Antecedents: Provisionally selected candidates will have to undergo medical examination and verification of character and antecedents through Police Department.

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