Seating Arrangement Reasoning Study Material

Seating Arrangement

Directions (1-5): study the following information to answer the given questions.
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. No Two males (or) two females are immediate neighbors of each other. A is wife of H. A sits third to the left of E. F sits second to the right of D. D is not an immediate neighbor of A or E. H and C are immediate neighbor of each other. F is not an immediate neighbor of his Wife B.

1. Which of the following is true about G?
1) G is male
2) G sits exactly between Fand H
3) G sits third to the left of E
4) G sits second to the right of B
5) none.

2. Who sits third to the left of B?
1) F         2) H        3)            D 4) A    5) None.

3.How many people sit between B&F when counted in anti-clockwise direction from B?
1) One 2) Two 3)            Three    4) Four                 5) More than four.

4. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way so form a group. Which is the one
that does not belong to that group?
1) H        2) F        3)           E 4) G    5) D

5. Which of the following groups consists of only female members of the group?
1) A,B,B                2) G,F,C                3) C,H,G               4) D,H,C                5) None.

Directions (6-10): A, M, D, P, R, T, B and H are sitting around a circle facing at the
centre. M is third to the left of A who is second to the left of T. D is second to the right of
H who is second to the right of T. R is second to the right of B. who is not an immediate
neighbor of T.

6. Which of the following combina-tions represents the First and the Second to the left of
B respectively?
1) MD    2) DH     3) AM    4) AR     5) None

7. Who is to be right of T?
1) D        2) B        3) H        4) M      5) None

8. Who is the immediate left of H?
1) P        2) M       3) T        4) R        5) Data inadequate
9. Who is second to the left of B?
1) D        2) H        3) M       4) Data inadequate        5) None

10. In which of the following combinations the third person is second to the left of the second person?
1) BAR   2) DBR   3) TPH   4) PMH                5) None.

Directions (11-15): Eight Friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circle facing the centre. E is to the third to the left of G who is to the immediate right of B who is third to the left of A. H is second to the right of F who is not an immediate neighbor of E. D is not an immediate neighbor of B.

11. Who is second to the right of B?
1) F 2) A 3) H 4) D 5) None.

12. Which of the following pairs has the first person to the immediate left of second person?
1) GB 2) AF 3) CE 4) HD 5) None.

13. Which of the following is the correct position of B with respect to D?
1) Second to the right 2) second to the left
3) Third to the right 4) Third to the left 5) None.

14. Who sit between A and D?
1) F 2) E 3) G 4) B 5) None.

15. What is E's position with respect to 'C'?
1) To the immediate right 2) To the immediate left
3) Second to the right 4) Cannot be determine 5) None

Directions (16-20): P, Q, R, S, T, V, and W are seven members of a family each one of them has a different profession. Doctor, Teacher, Lawyer, Engineer, Architect, Charted Accountant and Banker and their incomes are different. There are two married couples in the group. R is the Doctor and earns more than the Engineer and the Lawyer. T is married to the Charted Accountant and she earns the least. No lady is either Lawyer or Engineer. Q the Teacher earns less than P the banker. W is married to Q and he earns more than S and P. V is not the Lawyer. The charted Accountant earns less than Lawyer but more than the Banker.

16. Who earns the maximum in the family?
1) V 2) W 3) R 4) S 5) None.

17. Which of the following is a pair of married couple?
1) RT 2) VT 3) QT 4) ST 5) None.

18. What is P's position from the top when they are arranged in ascending order of their income?
1) Second 2) Fourth 3) Third 4) Sixth 5) None.

19. What is the profession of V?
1) Engineer 2) Charted Accountant 3) Both A& B 4) Data inadequate 5) None.

20. At least how many male members are there in the family?
1) Two 2) Three 3) Four 4) Five 5) None.

Directions (21-25): Read the follo-wing information and answer the given questions.
(IBPS 15-03-2011)
Four boys, Pawan, Mahesh, Chandu and Ravi, and four girls, Eti, Seema, Hina and Anita are sitting around a circular table. Two girls and two boys are not facing the centre. No three girls are sitting together. Chandu is second to the left of Seema, who is not sitting next to Mahesh. Eti is third to the left of Anita and one of them is not facing the centre. Pawan left of Anita and one of them is not facing the centre. Pawan is third to the right of Mahesh, who is facing the centre. Hina and Ravi are facing each other and both are not sitting next to Mahesh or Anita.

21. Who among the following is sitting between Mahesh and Ravi?
1) Pawan 2) Chandu 3) Hina 4) Anita 5) None.

22. How many boys are sitting between Seema and Eti?
1) Three 2) Two 3) One 4) can't be determine 5) None.

23. Who is sitting third to the left of Pawan?
1) Ravi 2) Mahesh 3) Hina 4) Eti 5) None.

24. Which of the following groups of four students are not facing the centre?
1) Chandu, Ravi, Seema, Pawan 2) Eti, Seema, Pawan, Ravi
3) Pawan, Seema, Eti, Chandu 4) Pawan, Chandu, Anita, Seema 5) None.

25. Who is sitting between Hina and Anita?
1) Eti 2) Pawan 3) Mahesh 4) Seema 5) None

Directions (26-30): Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in a circle not necessarily in the same order. Four of them are facing outside four of them facing the centre.
_ E faces outside. Both the immediate Neighbors of E face the centre.
_ H sits second to the right of E. B sits third to the left of E.
_ D faces the centre. Both the immediate Neighbors of D faces the out side.
_ G sits the second to the left of A. B sits third to the right of H.
_ F is an immediate Neighbor of D. C is an immediate neighbor of G.

26. Who amongst the following sits to the immediate right of H?
1) A 2) D 3) C 4) G 5) None.

27. Who amongst the following sits third to the right of A?
1) D 2) E 3) F 4) A 5) None.

28. If all the people are made to sit in Alphabetical order, in clockwise direction starting from A, the position of them whom amongst the following remains the same (Excluding A)?
1) E 2) F 3) C 4) G 5) None.

29. Who amongst the following sits exactly between F and C (and also their neighbor)?
1) E 2) B 3) G 4) A 5) None.

30. How many people are sitting between A and C (counting clock wise from A)?
1) Two 2) Four 3) None 4) One 5) Three

Directions (31-35): A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are Eight friends Travelling in three different cars viz. X, Y and Z with at least two in one car to three different places, viz. Delhi, Chand-igarh and Agra . There is at least one female member of each car. D is travelling with G to Delhi but not a car Y. A is travelling with only H in car Z but not to Chandigarh. C is not travelling with either D or E. F and D is studying in the same only girl's college. H, B and G are studying in the same only boys college.

31. Which of the following repres-ents the group of females among them?
1) F, C, A 2) F, G, A 3) D, C, A 4) Data inadequate 5) None.

32. Which of the following combin-ations is correct?
1) Delhi-X-C 2) Chandigarh-X-F 3) Agra-Z-E 4) Delhi-Y-E 5) None.

33. In which car are four of them travelling?
1) X or Z 2) Y 3) X or Y 4) Z 5) None.

34. In which of the following cars is 'C' Travelling?
1) X 2) Y 3) Z 4) either X or Y 5) None.

35. Passengers in which car are travelling to Chandigarh?
1) Y 2) X 3) Either X or Y 4) Data inadequate 5) None.

DIRECTIONS (36-39): A, B, C, D, E and F are six boys each belonging to a different city, via Delhi, Agra, Kanpur, Lucknow, Pilibhit and Jaipur, not necessarily in the same order. Each of them got selected in a different bank, via Canara Bank, Syndicate Bank, UCO Bank, Vijaya Bank, Dena Bank and Central Bank, not necessarily in the same order. B belongs to Jaipur but did not get selected in either Dena Bank or Canara Bank. D doesn't belong either to Delhi or to Lucknow but got selected in Syndicate Bank.
The one who got selected in Dena Bank doesn't belong to Jaipur. The one who got selected in Central Bank belongs to Lucknow. F did not get selected in Dena Bank. Either  or F got selected in UCO Bank but neither of them belongs to Pilibhit or Lucknow. A belongs to Kanpur and he got selected in either Canara Bank or UCO Bank. F doesn't belong to Delhi.

36. Who among the following belongs to Pilibhit?
1) A 2) B 3) C 4) D 5) Can't be determine

37. Who among the following got selected in Dena Bank?
1) A 2) B 3) C 4) D 5) Can't be determine

38. The one who got selected in Vijaya Bank belong to which of the following cities?
1) Delhi 2) Jaipur 3) Pilibhit 4) Agra 5) None.

39. The one who belongs to Agra got selected in which of the follo-wing banks?
1) UCO Bank 2) Dena Bank 3) Either UCO Bank or Dena Bank
4) Vijaya Bank 5) None

Answer Key
1) 4 2) 2 3) 2 4) 4 5) 5 6) 5 7) 4 8) 1 9) 3 10) 2 11) 1 12) 4 13) 3 14) 5 15) 2 16) 3 17) 4 18) 5 19) 1 20) 5 21) 2 22) 4 23) 1 24) 3 25) 2 26) 4 27) 3 28) 2 29) 2 30) 2 31) 4 32) 5 33) 5 34) 2 35) 1 36) 4 37) 3 38) 2 39) 1







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Statements & Conclusions Reasoning Study Material

Statements & Conclusions

Directions (1-5): In each of the qu-estion below are three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the three statements disregarding commonly known facts. (CANARA BANK 18-07-2010)
Give answer (1): if only conclusion I follows.
Give answer (2): if only conclusion II follows.
Give answer (3): if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.
Give answer (4): if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.
Give answer (5): if both conclusion I and conclusion II follows.
1. Statements:
All jeeps are cars. All cars are buses. Some buses are trucks.
Conclusions:
I. Some jeeps are trucks. II. All jeeps are buses.
2. Statements:
Some balls are rackets. Some rackets are bats. All bats are nets.
Conclusions:
I. No net is a ball. II. All rackets are nets.
3. Statements:
All computers are printers. All printers are staplers. All staplers are scanners.
Conclusion:
I. All printers are scanners. II. Some staplers are computers.
4. Statements:
No drum is guitar. All guitars are violins. Some violins are flutes.
Conclusions:
I. Some violins are guitars. II. Some drums are flutes.
5. Statements:
All guns are cannons. All arrows are cannons. Some cannons are bows.
Conclusions:
I. Some guns are arrows. II. Some arrows are bows.
Directions (6-10): In each of the question below are three statements followed by two
conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the three given statements to be true even
if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all conclusions and
then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the three statements
disregarding commonly known facts. (Syndicate Bank 27-06-2010)
Give answer (1): if only conclusion I follows.
Give answer (2): if only conclusion II follows
Give answer (3): if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows
Give answer (4): if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows
Give answer (5): if both conclusion I and conclusion II follows
6. Statements:
All stars are planets. All planets are moons. No moon is a sun.
Conclusions:
I. All stars are suns. II. No moon is a star.
7. Statements:
Some computers are keyboards.
Some keyboards are wires. Some wires are switches.
Conclusions:
I. Some computers are switches. II. Some wires are computers.
8. Statements:
No cap is a hat. All hats are feathers. All feathers are papers.
Conclusions:
I. All hats are papers. II. All feathers are caps.
9. Statements:
All nylons are cottons. All cottons are wools. Some wools are polyesters.
Conclusions:
I. Some cottons are wools. II. Some wools are nylons.
10. Statements:
All calculators are watches. All phones are watches. All watches are televisions.
Conclusions:
I. All phones are televisions. II. Some televisions are calculators.
Directions (11-16):
In each of the question below are four statements followed by four conclusions numbered
I, II, III and IV. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem
to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all conclusions and then decide
which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements. Disregarding
commonly known facts. Allahabad Bank (14-03-2010)
11. Statements:
All metals are silvers. All silver are diamonds.
Some diamonds are gold. Some gold are marbles.
Conclusions:
I. Some gold are metals. II. All metals are diamonds.
III. Some silver are marbles. IV. Some gold are silver.
1. Only I follow. 2. Only III follow. 3. Only II follow.
4. Only IV follow. 5. None follows.
12. Statements:
Some carpets are books. All books are pens.
Some pens are cartons. All cartons are notebooks.
Conclusions:
I. Some cartons are carpets. II. Some cartons are books.
III. Some pens are carpets. IV. Some notebooks are pens.
1. Only I and II follows. 2. Only II and III follow.
3. Only III and IV follows. 4. Only I and III follow. 5. None of these.
13. Statements:
Some paints are bottles. Some bottles are brands.
Some brands are colours. All colours are erasers.
Conclusions:
I. Some paints are brands. II. Some erasers are bottles.
III. Some erasers are brands. IV. Some bottles are colours.
1. None follows. 2. Only III follows.
3. Only II and IV follows. 4. Only IV follows. 5. Only I, II, III follows
14. Statements:
Some boxes are triangles. All spheres are triangles.
All circles are boxes. All triangles are quadrilaterals.
Conclusions:
I. Some quadrilaterals are boxes. II. Some quadrilaterals are triangles.
III. Some triangles are spheres. IV. No circle is quadrilateral.
1. Only I follow. 2. Only II follows. 3. Only I, II, III follows.
4. Only III follows. 5. All follows.
15. Statements:
All plastics are trees. Some trees are buildings.
Some buildings are windows. Some windows are papers.
Conclusions:
I. Some papers are plastics. II. Some buildings are papers.
III. No paper is a tree. IV. Some trees are windows.
1. Only I follow. 2. Only II follow.
3. Only I and IV follow. 4. Only III follow. 5. None follows.
16. Statements:
All rings are phones. All phones are spoons.
Some phones are files. All files are covers.
Conclusions:
I. Some files are rings. II. Some covers are spoons.
III. Some spoons are phones. IV. Some rings are covers.
1. Only II and IV follow. 2. Only I, II and III follows.
3. Only I and II follow. 4. Only II and III follow. 5. None follows.
Directions (17-22):
In each of the question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions
numbered I and II. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem
to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all conclusions and then decide which
of the given conclusions logically follows from the three statements disregarding commonly
known facts.
Give answer (1): if only conclusion I follows.
Give answer (2): if only conclusion II follows
Give answer (3): if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows
Give answer (4): if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows
Give answer (5): if both conclusion I and conclusion II follows
17. Statements:
All jugs are plates. All plates are cups. All cups are bottles.
Conclusions:
I. Some bottles are jugs. II. All plates are bottles.
18. Statements:
Some jungles are mirrors. All mirrors are houses. All houses are roads.
Conclusions:
I. All jungles are mirrors. II. All jungles are houses.
19. Statements:
All pigeons are trees. Some trees are channels. All channels are baskets.
Conclusions:
I. Some baskets are trees. II. Some channels are baskets
20. Statements:
Some tents are ropes. All ropes are lanterns. Some lanterns are boxes.
Conclusions:
I. Some boxes are tents. II. Some lanterns are tents.
21. Statements:
Some bags are clothes. Some clothes are papers. Some papers are glasses.
Conclusions:
I. Some glasses are bags. II. No glass is bag.
22. Statements:
Some chains are trucks.
No truck is car.
All cars are trains.
Conclusions:
I. Some trains are trucks.
II. Some cars are chains.

Answer Key

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1.    A collection of 8 bits is called byte.
2.    A website containing periodic posts is called blog
Computer Awareness Study Material For RRB Bank Competitive Exams
3.    Starting up on operating system is called booting.
4.    A program used to browse the web is called browser.
5.    Vacuum tube was used in First Generation Computer
6.    The 1st commercially produced and sold computer (1951) was UNIVAC.
7.    http stands for hyper text transfer protocol.
8.    The part of a computer that works with the data/programs is called CPU.
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17.  Supercomputers refers to the fastest, biggest and most expensive computers
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39.  Virtual memory is memory on the hard disk that the CPU uses as an extended RAM.
40.  Computers use the binary number system to store data and perform calculations.
41.  The windows key will launch the start buttons.
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54.  RAM refers to the memory in your computer.
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56.  Utilities can handle most system functions that aren‘t handled directly by the operating system
57.  If you receive an e-mail from someone you don‘t know then you should delete it without opening it.
58.  A set of instructions telling the computer what to do is called program
59.  LAN refers to a small single site network
60.  A collection of programs that controls how your computer system runs and processes information is called operating system.
61.  Device drivers are small, special-purpose programs
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64.  Binary choice offer only two options
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68.  Alt, Ctrl & Shift keys in a keyboard are known as: Modifier key 
69.  Caps lock, Num lock & Scroll lock in a keyboard are known as: Toggle key
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Daily GK Update 27th April 2017, Important Current Affairs

1. Scientists create ‘Artificial Womb’
i. Researchers have created a fluid-filled transparent container called the Biobag to simulate how foetuses float in amniotic fluid inside the uterus of their mothers.
ii. Researchers tested five lambs with a biological age corresponding to 23-week human premature babies in the artificially created womb like device.

2. NASA’s Cassini spacecraft successfully travels between Saturn and its rings
i. Recently, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft completed its final close flyby of Saturn’s moon Titan and has now started its final set of 22 orbits before plunging into Saturn on September 15, 2017, and thus completing its 20-year long journey.

3. US tax reform: Trump introduces biggest tax reform plan in US history
i. US President Donald Trump has introduced biggest tax reform plan in the history of United States.
ii. As per the proposals of the new plan, major cuts have been made in the income tax rate. 

4. Veteran actor Vinod Khanna passes away
i. Veteran actor and politician Vinod Khanna has expired at the age of 70.
ii. He was said to be suffering from cancer. Khanna is married twice and is survived by four children.

5. PM launches UDAN Scheme
i. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched the UDAN (Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik) scheme from Jubbarhatti, an airport on the outskirts of Shimla.
ii.  ‘Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik’ means ‘the common man flies’. He flagged of the first UDAN flight under Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS) on Shimla-Delhi sector.
iii. UDAN flights on Kadapa–Hyderabad, and Nanded-Hyderabad sectors were also flagged off.

6. ISRO launches solar calculator app
i. ISRO has launched a solar calculator app that can calculate the benefits of installing solar panels in different regions of the country.
ii. The app has been created by the Space Application Center (SAC) facility of ISRO following the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE)’s request.
iii. The app comes handy for installation of Photovoltaic (PV) for tapping of solar energy.

7. Srishti Kaur wins Miss Teen Universe pageant
i. Srishti Kaur of India has been crowned Miss Teen Universe 2017 at Managua, the capital of Nicaragua. Ii. She won after beating 25 contestants from across the world.

8. IOC to build new oil terminal at Motihari to supply fuel to Nepal
i. The Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has planned to build a new oil terminal at Motihari in Bihar to supply fuel to Nepal via the planned pipeline up to Amlekganj in Nepal.
ii. The old terminal functioning at Raxaul in Bihar will be shut down as it does not conform to the current OISD (Oil Industry Safety Directorate) guidelines. 

9. Uttar Pradesh cancels 15 government holidays
i. Uttar Pradesh state government has cancelled 15 public holidays marking the birth or death anniversaries of eminent personalities.
ii. Alternatively, on these days, the school and college students would be taught about these public figures through various programmes.

10. Turkish President Erdogan to visit India from April 30
i. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is embarking on a two-day trip to India from April 30 accompanied by a huge business delegation.
ii. His visit assumes importance at a time when India is aggressively seeking a seat in the exclusive club of the Nuclear Suppliers’ Group (NSG), which Turkey had previously opposed.

11. President of Cyprus arrives on 5-day India visit
i. President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades arrived in New Delhi last night on the second leg of his five-day visit to India. He will address a business forum and will deliver a talk on European Union-India strategic partnership in the 21st century.

12. India successfully test-fires Agni-III ballistic missile
i. India on 27 April 2017 successfully test-fired 3000 kilometre range Agni-III ballistic missile from Abdul Kalam Island off Odisha coast.
ii.The test was aimed at re-establishing the operational effectiveness of the weapon system. The test was carried by the Strategic Forces Command with logistics support from Defence Research Development Organisation (DRDO).

13. Nita Ambani made Member of IOC's Olympic Channel Commission
Nita Ambani in April 2017 was made a member of two important commissions of the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) governing body.Ambani was made as a member of the prestigious Olympic Channel and Olympic Education Commission.
ii. She replaced International Paralympic Committee President Philip Craven to be one of the 16 members of the Olympic Channel Commission headed by United States Olympic Committee Chairman Lawrence Francis Probst.

14. India to host 18th World Road Meeting
i. The International Road federation (IRF) on 26 April 2017 announced that India will host the 18th World Road Meeting (WRM 2017) which will be held on 13 November 2017.  
ii. The theme of World Road Meeting 2017 is ‘Safe Roads and Smart Mobility: The Engines of Economic Growth’.

15. NASA launches Super Pressure Balloon from New Zealand
i. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) on 25 April 2017 successfully launched its football-stadium-sized and heavy-lift Super Pressure Balloon (SPB) from Wanaka, New Zealand.
ii. CA eBookThe balloon will float for 100 or more days at 110000 feet (33.5 km) across the globe in the Southern Hemisphere's mid-latitude band.

16. Union Government takes 10 new Swachh Iconic Places under Swachh Bharat Mission
i. The Union Government on 25 April 2017 announced 10 Swachh Iconic Places to be taken under the Phase II of Swachh Iconic Places initiative.
ii. The announcement was made during second quarterly review meeting on the Swachh Iconic Places that was held at Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine in Katra, Jammu and Kashmir.

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Daily GK Update 26th April 2017, Important Current Affairs

1. Every April 26, World Intellectual Property Day is celebrated to learn about the role that intellectual property rights (patents, trademarks, industrial designs, copyright) play in encouraging innovation and creativity.

2. Northeast India's largest Information Technology (IT) hub was inaugurated at Agartala to boost employment and e-governance besides to export software technology.

3. India and Sri Lanka have signed an MoU on economic co-operation.

4. Belgium has become the first country to open an honorary consulate office in Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT City).

5. India and Armenia have signed three agreements after Vice President Hamid Ansari held a bilateral meeting with Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan in Yerevan, Armenia.

6. Private sector lender Yes Bank announced the alliance with Paisabazaar.com under which the bank will offer conditionally approved loans to the latter’s existing customers.

7. The White House has named a retired Marine major general Randolph Ailes as the new Director of the Secret Service. Ailes was in the Marine Corps for 35 years.

8. The youngest chancellor of any university in the nation, Dileep K Nair has bagged Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Foundation award for excellent performance in the field of education in Trivendurum, Kerala.

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TNPSC Group 2 Recruitment 2017 Apply Online 1953 Clerk, Assistant Posts

TNPSC Group 2 Recruitment 2017 Apply Online 1953 Clerk, Assistant Posts: Tamilnadu Public Service Commission – Tamilnadu PSC or TNPSC Group 2(Non Interview) has posted a recruitment notification for 1953 Personal Clerk, Steno-Typist, Accountant, Lower Division Clerk & Assistant vacancies. The TNPSC Group 2A Recruitment 2017 – TNPSC Group 2A Notification – 2017 – TNPSC Group 2A Jobs 2017 – TNPSC Group 2A Vacancy 2017 details are given below. This is a very good opportunity for the candidates who are looking for govt jobs in Tamilnadu.

Tamilnadu PSC Jobs 2017
Tamilnadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) has posted a recruitment notification for 1953 Personal Clerk, Steno-Typist, Accountant, Lower Division Clerk & Assistant posts. Candidates are advised to read full notification of Tamilnadu PSC Recruitment 2017 before going to apply. Interested candidates can apply online on or before 26-05-2017.For more details like age limit, qualification, how to apply are given below.

Tamilnadu PSC Recruitment 2017 vacancy Details
Total No of Posts: 1953 posts
Name of the Posts:
1. Personal Clerk: 07 posts
2. Steno-Typist: 06 posts
3. Accountant: 85 posts
4. Accountant/ Assistant/ Store Keeper: 92 posts
5. Assistant: 1751 posts
6. Lower Division Clerk: 12 posts

Age Limit: 18 to 30 years. Age relaxation as per govt rules.

Educational Qualification: Any Degree

Selection Process: Written Test and Interview

Application Fee: Rs.250/- for OC/OBC Category candidates. No fee for SC/ST category candidates.

How to apply: Eligible candidates can apply online through official website http://tnpscexams.net before 26-05-2017.

Important Dates:
Last Date of Apply Online: 26-05-2017.

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