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Saturday, May 31

[Chemistry] Acids, Bases and Salts - General Science Study Materials

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    Acids, Bases and Salts

    Acids
    • Taste: Sour
    • Testing: Changes the Blue litmus paper to Red.
    • Conducts Electricity when acid solution is mixed with water.
    • Ions produced in water: H3O+ or H+ ions

    Common Acids and its Sources
    1. Acetic Acid - Vinegar
    1. Citric acid - Citrus fruits like orange, lemon, etc..,
    1. Lactic Acid - Curd
    2. Methanoic Acid - Ant sting, Nettle sting..
    3. Oxalic acid - Tomato
    4. Tartaric Acid - Tamarind

    Bases
    • Taste: Bitter
    • Testing: Changes Red litmus paper to Blue.
    • The purple colour litmus solution indicates that the solution is neither acidic nor basic.
    • Conducts Electricity when basic solution is mixed with water.
    • Ions produced in water: OH- ions.
    • Alkali: Bases which are soluble in water.

    pH Scale
    • Used to find the hydrogen ion concentration in the given solution.
    • pH , p - power(potenz in german).
    • Minimum value - 0 and Maximum Value -14
    • Value '0' represents - very acidic
    • Value '14' represents - Very basic or very alkaline
    • Value '7' represents - Neutral
    • pH value for acid rain - less than 5.6.


    Salts:
    • Chlorine - Water treatment
    • Bleaching powder - oxidising agent, disinfectants
    • Sodium Hydrogen carbonate - Antacids, baking soda
    • Sodium carbonate - Washing Soda
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[Modern India] Non Cooperation Movement

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Ghandhian Phase
  • Ghandhiji arrived India in 1915 from South Africa.
  • In 1916, he founded the Sabarmathi Ashram at Ahmedabad
  • Three major events
    1. Champaran Sathyagraha (1917) Bihar
    1. Ahmedabad Mill Strike (1918)`UP
    1. Kheda Satyagraha (1918) Gujarat

Champaran Sathyagraha (1917)
  • The peasant were forced to cultivate indigo 3/20th of their land and to sell it with the price fixed by the European planters.
  • Persons who took active part along with Gandhiji were:
    • Rajendra Prasad
    • Mazhar-ul-Huq
    • J.B. Kripalani
    • Narhari parekh
    • Mahadev Desai
  • Government formed a committee to enquire which also included gandhiji as a member.

Ahmedabad Mill Strike (1918)
  • Demand for 35% increase in wage.
  • Gandhiji undertook fast.
  • The mill owners accepted the demand at the end.

Kheda Satyagraha (1918)
  • The government demanded full land revenue even though there was a crop failure.
  • Ghandhiji advised the peasants to withhold payment.
  • Finally, government ordered to collect payment only from those who can afford.
  • Sardar Vallabhai Patel was one among those who took active part.

Rowlatt Act (March 1919)
  • The Rowlatt act , gave powers to arrest and detain without trail for period upto 2 years.
  • It also suspended the right of Habeas Corpus.

Jallianwala Bagh Massacre (April 1919)

  • To protest against the arrest of leaders Saifuddin Kitchlew and Satyapal, people assembled in the Jallianwala Bagh (Amritsar, Punjab).
  • General Dyer order to open fire.
  • Hunter Commission were appointed to enquire the case.
  • Rabindranath tagore renounced his Knightwood to show his protest on this issue.
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Monday, May 26

TNPSC Group 2a 2014 Previous Year Question Paper with Answer key Download Here - Exam Date 29th June 2014

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TNPSC Group 2 Non Interview 2014 Exam Answer key Download

TNPSC - Tamil Nadu Public service commission conducted the Group 2 Non Interview 2014 on 29th June 2014 at various centres throughout Tamil Nadu. Lakhs of candidates appeared for the Group 2 Non Interview Post 2014 Examination. The number of posts this year is 2846.
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Sunday, May 25

[Modern India] Militant Phase 1905 - 1916 Partition of Bengal, Swadeshi Movement, Surat Split

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Partition of Bengal
  • Soon after the formation of INC, Bengal became the nodal centre for the growth of nationalism. 
  • The British took the most important strategic weapon 'divide and rule'. They tried to divide the people among themselves based on caste, wealth, community,.. 
  • At last Division on the basis of Religion gave the expected result. 
  • On 20th June 1905. Lord Curzon issued an order for the division of Bengal into two 
    • Eastern bengal and Assam 
    • Western Bengal 
  • The partition came to effect on 16th October 1905. 
  • The Nawab of Dhaka Supported the partition. 
Swadeshi Movement
  • Mass meeting were held throughout Bengal to show their resistance to partition. 
  • A resolution to boycott foreign goods(Swadeshi) was passed in a meeting held in the Town Hall(Calcutta) on 7th August 1905. 
  • In madras the swadeshi movement was lead by V O Chidambaram Pillai. 
Surat Split
  • The moderates felt that the swadeshi movement should be confined to Bengal alone and it is not the right time for a massive movement across the country. 
  • The Extremists wanted the swadeshi movement to be extented throughout the country. 
  • This lead to the split among the member of the INC. This is known as surat Split. 
  • In 1907, INC Session took place at Surat under the leadership of Rash Behari Ghosh
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Thursday, May 22

[Modern India] Moderate Phase 1885-1905 - Indian National Congress

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Formation of INC
  • A.O. Hume a retired English civil Servant took several efforts to organize the First Indian National Congress Session.
  • W.C Banerjee Presided over the First Session of INC at Bombay in Dec 1885.
  • It is also opined that formation of INC was to provide a safety valve but don't have enough evidence to prove it.
Objectives:
  • To promote National Feeling among the people
  • To promote unity among the politically conscious Indians and political workers.
Major Achievements
  • They opposed and organised agitations against the economical policies of colonial nature.
  • They popularised the idea of swadeshi.
  • Demanded the expansion of legislative councils, hence the Indian Councils Act 1892 was passed. It increased the number of members of the Imperial Legislative council and provincial council.
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TNPSC Group 2 Application Status Check 2015, Hall Ticket Download Status

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We hope you all are eagerly waiting to know your TNPSC Group 2 Non Interview Posts Online Application status for the TNPSC Group 2 2014 Exam which is scheduled to be conducted on 29th June 2014..

TNPSC will soon upload application status for all the applied candidates online.

The candidates those who got the status as successful can download the TNPSC Group 2 Non Interview Post Hall Ticket later.

To check your TNPSC Group 2 Non Interview Posts 2014 Application Status and Hall ticket Download Check here
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Wednesday, May 21

TNPSC VAO Application Status Check 2015, Hall Ticket Download Status

[Modern India] Indian Renaissance - Study Materials

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The socio-religious reform movements developed in the 19th century and after can be broadly classified into two categories.

  1. Reformist Movements
    1. Brahma Samaj
    2. Prarthana Samaj
    3. Aligarh Movement
    4. Young Bengal Movement
    5. Justice Movement
    6. Self Respect Movement
    7. Mahar Movement
  2. Revivalist Movements 
    1. Arya Samaj
    2. Ram Krishna Mission
    3. Deoband Movement
  3. Other Important Movements
    1. Ahrar Movement
    2. Ahmadiya Movement
    3. Deva Samaj
    4. Theosopical Movements
    5. Tatvabodhini Sabha
Reformist Movements

Brahma Samaj
  • Founder: Raja Ram Mohan Roy
  • Objective: To Purify Hinduism and to preach monotheism
  • In 1815, Raja Ram Mohan Roy established Atmiya Sabha which later paved the way for the development of Brahma Samaj.
  • Demanded right of inheritance and property for Women
  • Raja Ram Mohan Roy established Vedanta college in 1825
  • Took active role in Abolition of Sati
  • Condemned Polygamy and denounced Caste System
Prarthana Samaj
  • Founder: Atmaram pandurang
  • Uplift of Women
  • Justice Ranade who joined later promoted the Deccan Education Society
Aligarh Movement
  • Founder: Sir Syed Admed Khan
Young Bengal Movement
  • Founder: Henry Vivian Derozio
  • Got inspired from the French Revolution
  • Attacked old traditions, customs and superstition
  • Also organised debates against idol worship, caste-ism
  • Preached women's right and education
  • The followers were known as Derozians
Justice Movement
  • Founder: C.N. Mudaliar, T.M. Nair and P.T. Chetti
Self Respect Movement
  • Founder: E.V.R. Periyar
Mahar Movement
  • Founder: B. R. Ambedkar
Revivalist Movements 
Arya Samaj
  • Founder: Swami Dayananda
  • Motto: 'Go back to Vedas'
  • Started the Suddhi Movement - to bring back those Hindus who had converted to other religions.
Ram Krishna Mission
  • Founder: Swami Vivekananda (Real name: Narendranath)
  • 'Service to mankind is Service to God'
  • Attended the Parliament of Religions held in Chicago (USA) in 1893.
Deoband Movement
  • Founder: Mohammad Qasim Wanotavi and Rashid Admad Gangohi
Other Important Movements
Ahrar Movement
  • Founder: Maulana Mohammad Ali, Hasan Imam
Ahmadiya Movement
  • Founder: Mirza Ghulam Admad - al - Qadian
Deva Samaj
  • Founder: Shiva Narain Agnihotri
Theosopical Movements
  • Founder: H.P Blavatsky and M.S Olcott * One of the most frequently asked Question.
  • Objectives: To form universal Brotherhood of Man and to promote the study of ancient religions and philosophies.
Tatvabodhini Sabha 
  • Founder: Debendranath Tagore 
  • Preached Raja Ram Mohan Roy's ideas. 
  • Iswar Chandra Vidhya sagar made enormous effort to enact the widow remarriage act.
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Tuesday, May 20

[Modern India] The Great Revolt of 1857

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The Great Revolt of 1857 
  • Many revolts happened even before 1857, but except few most of the revolts didn't led to a massive one.
  • By the year 1857 most of the Indian states came under the control of British.
  • Some historians and scholars called this as the First War of Indian Independence.
Causes 
  • Political Causes
  • Economic Causes
  • Social Causes
  • Military Causes
Political Causes
  1. Dalhousie's Doctrine of Lapse: The succession right to adopted sons of Indian rulers was took away by the British.
    • Refused pension to Peshwa Baji Rao II
Economic Causes
  1. Land Revenue Policies
  2. Destruction of Indian Industries
  3. High Tariff on Indian Goods
Social Causes
  1. Abolition of Sati: William Bentick (1829)
  2. Widow remarriage Act: Dalhousie (1856)
  3. Religious Disabilities Act (1850)
Military Causes
  1. The Post Office Act, 1854
  2. The General Service Enlistment Act, 1856
  3. Enfield Rifle
Course of the Great Revolt of 1857
  • The issue of Enfield rifle which is believed to use greased catridges made of fat from Pig and Cow led to the immediate cause of the revolt.
  • On 29th March 1857, Mangal pandey (Barackpur) a sepoy refused to use enfield refile and killed his officer and hence hanged to death.
  • In May 1857, 85 Sepoys (Meerut) of the 3rd Cavalry were sentenced to imprisonment for refusing to use enfield rifles.
  • On 10th May 1857, the great revolt broke out and marched towards Delhi.
  • They proclaimed Bahadur shah II as the Emperor of India.
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Monday, May 19

[Mock Test] TNPSC VAO Exam 2015 Free Online Mock Test, VAO 2014 Results

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Dear friends, we have prepared this latest VAO Online Mock test based on the latest new revised VAO syllabus. We hope you have already prepared well for the upcoming VAO Exam. We have also provided some useful  study materials for the basics of village administration topics. For General Tamil (Pothu Tamil), the topic wise page number for each topic is updated in our blog.

About this VAO Online Test
In near future, most of the competitive examinations will be conducted via online mode. Now most of the bank exams, CAT Exams and many more exams are conducted via online mode. Our TNPSC has also started conducting online test for some exams.

This Mock test questions are prepared based on the latest syllabus as mentioned above.

Right now it has only few questions. Questions will be added regularly.

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Sunday, May 18

Indian Economy Study Materials Part 2 - Poverty, Employment, Population, Education

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Poverty
  • Poverty means a state of lack of access to basic needs like food, shelter, education, etc..,
Types of poverty

  1. Absolute Poverty: 
    • People having income below the subsistence level of Living.
  2. Relative Poverty:
    • Let the people be divided based on their income into different groups.
    • Then last 20% people having low income is said to be in poverty on comparing with the top 20% people having high income.

Other types

  1. Temporary Poverty
  2. Chronic Poverty
  3. Primary Poverty
  4. Secondary Poverty
  5. Rural Poverty
  6. Urban Poverty
Poverty Line:
  • It is the minimum Income required for a subsistence level of Living.
  • People having income below the poverty line is said to be a poor.
Causes for Poverty:
  1. Population Pressure
  2. Low Productivity
  3. Unemployment and underemployment

Unemployment
  • A person is said to be unemployed when he is available/willing to work but unable to get employed.
Types of Unemployment
  1. Structural Unemployment
  2. Frictional Unemployment
  3. Cyclical Unemployment
  4. Disguised Unemployment
  5. Seasonal Unemployment
  6. Educated Unemployment
  7. Voluntary Unemployment
  8. Natural Unemployment
  9. Under Unemployment
  10. Open Unemployment
  11. Voluntary Unemployment
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Upcoming Bank Exams 2014-2015 for PO, Clerks, RRB, SO

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Saturday, May 17

[Quiz] Economics - Poverty, Employment

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  1. Which of the following uses Mixed Recall Period for Poverty Estimation
    1.  Finance Commission
    2.  NSSO
    3.  Planning Commission
    4.  Both NSSO and Planning Commission

  2. In Uniform recall period, the recall period is
    1.  365 Days
    2.  120 Days
    3.  60 Days
    4.  30 Days

  3. Unemployment caused due to technological change is
    1.  Frictional Unemployment
    2.  Cyclical Unemployment
    3. Structural Unemployment
    4.  Natural Unemployment

  4. Which one of the following is also called as demand deficiency Unemployment
    1.  Frictional Unemployment
    2.  Structural Unemployment
    3.  Cyclical Unemployment
    4.  Disguised Unemployment

  5. Which one of the following is a feature of Indian Agriculture
    1.  Frictional Unemployment
    2.  Disguised Unemployment
    3.  Cyclical Unemployment
    4.  Natural Unemployment



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Friday, May 16

TNPSC Indian Economy Study Materials Part 1 - National Income

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National Income:
In simple words, National Income is the total value of all goods and services produced by a country in a particular year.

The National income can be derived from a number of measures like GDP, NDP, GNP, NNP which are explained below.


GDP (Gross Domestic Product)
  • Total value of all goods and services produced within the Boundary of a country (Including foreigner's Production within the country).
Depreciation
  • Usually goods once produced under goes wear and tear and hence depreciation occurs.
  • When calculating the Net Value  the depreciation value will be deducted.

NDP (Net Domestic Product)
  • NDP is value of GDP after the Depreciation reduction.
NDP = GDP - Depreciation
Net Factor Income: Difference between the Exports and Imports

GNP (Gross National Product)
GNP = GDP + Net factor Income

NNP (Net National Product)
  • NNP is value of GNP after the Depreciation reduction.
NNP = GNP - Depreciation
The above mentioned measures can be calculated at factor cost and market cost.

Factor Cost: It is the production cost, it includes subsidies and excludes indirect taxes.
Market Cost: It is the market price of a product, it excludes subsidies and includes indirect taxes.


National Income
  • NNP at factor cost is said to be National Income.
National Income = NNP at factor cost

Personal Income and Disposable Personal Income
  • Personal Income includes sum of all the incomes received by a person.
  • Disposable income is the amount available which can be spent at his will. 
Disposable Income = Personal Income - Direct Taxes


Per Capita Income
  • Amount of Money earned per person.
  • It can be calculated as follows
Per Capita Income = National Income / Population

Methods of Computing National Income
  • Product Method
  • Income Method
  • Expenditure Method
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TNPSC Group 2 2015 Question Paper Pattern for Both Interview Post and Non Interview Post

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TNPSC Group 2 2015 Question Paper Pattern

TNPSC Group 2a Non Interview Posts Mains and TNPSC Group 2 Interview Posts Preliminary Question Paper Pattern 2014-15

We hope you all have gone through the TNPSC Group 2 2014 Notification. Let us see the Question paper pattern here.

The candidates are required to select the General paper (Tamil/English) while applying online.

The Question paper will have 3 Sections

General studies                              -   75 Questions
Aptitude & Mental Ability Test      -   25 Questions
General Tamil / General English     -   100 Questions
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Total Questions                             -  200 Questions


Each Question Carries 1.5 Marks

Total Marks : (200 Questions)  X  (1.5 Marks)  = 300


TNPSC Group 2 2014 Model Question Paper Download.

TNPSC Group 2 Previous year Question papers.

TNPSC Group 2 Hall Ticket Download.

TNPSC Group 2 Interview Posts Mains Question Paper Pattern 2014-15


TNPSC Group 2 Mains Model Questions paper and Question Paper Pattern download here.
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Thursday, May 15

[Quiz] Economics - National Income

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  1. GDP - Gross Domestic Product is
    1.  Total values of Domestic Animals and Domestic Airport within the Country
    2.  Total values of Goods produced within the Country
    3.  Total values of Services produced within the Country
    4. Total values of Goods and Services produced within the Country

  2. Disposable Personal Income
    1.  Personal income
    2.  Personal income - Indirect Taxes
    3.  Personal income - Direct Taxes
    4.  Amount Spent in Hospital Expenses 

  3. The most suitable way of calculating National Income in Service Sector
    1.  Production Method
    2.  Product Method
    3. Income Method
    4.  Consumption Method

  4. In Lorentz Curve the value '1' indicates
    1.  High Level Standard of Living
    2.  Perfect Equality
    3.  Perfect Inequality
    4.  Perfect Equality and Perfect Inequality

  5. NNP - Net National product is
    1.  GDP - Depreciation
    2.  GDP + Net factor Income - Depreciation
    3.  GDP + Net factor Income
    4.  GDP + Depreciation



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Tuesday, May 13

List of all Colour Revolutions in India - Red, Yellow, Rainbow, Round..

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List of all Colour Revolutions in India

In this post we have compiled all the colour revolutions. It is given in the alphabetical order below.

Colour wise

  1. Black Revolution  - Petroleum
  2. Blue Revolution - Fish [Remember the colour of Sea]
  3. Brown Revolution - Leather / Cocoa
  4. Golden Revolution - Horticulture / Honey
  5. Golden Fiber Revolution - Jute
  6. Green Revolution - Food Grains
  7. Grey Revolution - Fertilizer
  8. Pink Revolution - Onion / Prawn
  9. Red Revolution - Meat / Tomato
  10. Silver Revolution - Egg / Poultry
  11. White Revolution - Milk / Diary
  12. Yellow Revolution - Oil Seeds
  13. PM Modi's Tricolour Revolution
    • Second Green Revolution - Protein Rich Pulses
    • White Revolution - Cattle Welfare
    • Blue Revolution - for fishermen's Welfare and Clean water
    • Saffron Revolution - Solar Energy
Shapewise
  1. Round Revolution - Potato
Other Important Revolutions
  1. Fibre Revolution - Cotton

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UPSC Civil Services Exam 2015 Prelims Syllabus, Book List, Study Materials

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UPSC Civil Services Exam 2014 Syllabus for Preliminary Examination

UPSC Preliminary exam includes two Papers

  • Paper 1 - General Studies
  • Paper 2 - Aptitude
The Syllabus for both the paper 1 and paper 2 is provided in this post.


PART-A PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION
The Examination shall comprise two compulsory papers of 200 marks each.

Paper I - (200 marks) Duration : Two hours
  • Current events of national and international importance.
  • History of India and Indian National Movement.
  • Indian and World Geography - Physical, Social, Economic Geography of India and the World.
  • Indian Polity and Governance - Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Public Policy, Rights Issues, etc.
  • Economic and Social Development Sustainable Development, Poverty, Inclusion, Demographics, Social Sector initiatives, etc.
  • General issues on Environmental Ecology, Bio-diversity and Climate Change - that do not require subject specialization.
  • General Science.


Paper II- (200 marks) Duration: Two hours

  • Comprehension
  • Interpersonal skills including communication skills;
  • Logical reasoning and analytical ability
  • Decision-making and problem-solving
  • General mental ability
  • Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude, etc.) (Class X level), Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc. - Class X level)
  • English Language Comprehension skills (Class X level).


Note 1 : Questions relating to English Language Comprehension skills of Class X level (last item in the Syllabus of PaperII) will be tested through passages from English language only without providing Hindi translation thereof in the question paper.
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Monday, May 12

List of Banks Under IBPS 2014 - 2015

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To be appointed as a PO/ MT in any of the following banks one need to clear the Common Written Test Conducted by the IBPS.

Below here we have compiled all the list of Bank participating in the IBPS Recruitment program
  1. Allahabad Bank 
  2. Andhra Bank 
  3. Bank of Baroda   
  4. Bank of India   
  5. Bank of Maharashtra  
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Sunday, May 11

TNUSRB Sub Inspector Previous year Model Question Papers with Answer keys - Tamil Nadu SI Question Bank

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TNUSRB Sub Inspector Previous year Question Papers with Answer keys

Tamil Nadu SI Exam was held recently in the year of 2010. Below here we have updated the TNUSRB SI 2010 Exam Question paper and also the detailed analysis of the TNUSRB SI 2010 Exam Question paper.

This question paper along with the SI 2014 Syllabus and Study materials will give you an idea about the upcoming TNUSRB 2014 SI Recruitment Exam 2014.

TNUSRB Tamil Nadu SI Exam 2014-15 Model Question Paper Download
  • Tamil Nadu SI 2010 Previous Year Question paper Download Click Here

TNUSRB Sub Inspector Previous year Question Paper 2010 Analysis
The Question paper had 140 Questions in total with two Parts. Duration of Exam : 2.30 hrs
  • Part A - General Knowledge (80 Questions)
  • Part B - Psychology (60 Questions) 


General Knowledge 
  • Science - 24 Question
  • Maths - 4 Questions 
  • Book Author Names - 3 Questions
  • Environment - 1 Question
  • Day - 1 Question
  • International Organisations - 1 Question 
Psychology
  • Comprehension - 6 Questions
  •  Remaining Aptitude, Reasoning, Decision making...
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Friday, May 9

TNUSRB Eligibility for SI Sub - Inspector, Constables 2016 Recruitment

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TNUSRB MINIMUM QUALIFICATION for SUB-INSPECTOR

Tamil Nadu Police Eligibility 2016

Eligibility:
TNUSRB Tamil Nadu Sub Inspector (Taluk) Eligibility


TNUSRB Tamil Nadu Sub Inspector (Taluk) Eligibility

Category
Men
Women


Age
Minimum 20 Years
OC
28 Years
28 Years
BC, BC (M), MBC/DNC
30 Years
30 Years
SC, SC(A), ST
33 Years
33 Years
Destitute Widow

35 Years
Ex-servicemen
45 Years
45 Years
Departmental candidates
45 Years
45 Years

Height
OC, BC, BC(M), MBC/DNC
Minimum 170 cm
Minimum 159 cm
SC, SC(A), ST
Minimum 167 cm
Minimum 157 cm

Chest
All categories
Normal:
Minimum 81 cm
Expansion:
Minimum 5 cm
It will not be measured
Education
All categories
Any Degree
Any Degree

TNUSRB MINIMUM QUALIFICATION for Constables


TNUSRB Tamil Nadu Constable Eligibility

Category
Men
Women


Age
Minimum 18 Years
OC
24 Years
24 Years
BC, BC (M), MBC/DNC
Will be updated after notification
Will be updated after notification
SC, SC(A), ST
Will be updated after notification
Will be updated after notification
Destitute Widow
Will be updated after notification
Will be updated after notification
Ex-servicemen
Will be updated after notification
Will be updated after notification
Departmental candidates
Will be updated after notification
Will be updated after notification

Height
OC, BC, BC(M), MBC/DNC
Minimum 170 cm
Minimum 159 cm
SC, SC(A), ST
Minimum 167 cm
Minimum 157 cm

Chest
All categories
Normal:
Minimum 81 cm
Expansion:
Minimum 5 cm
It will not be measured
Education
All categories
10th Std
10th Std

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