TNPSC conducts requirement through Group I exam for various high ranking State level posts such as Deputy Collector, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Assistant Commissioner (Commercial Taxes), Deputy Registrar of Cooperative Societies, Assistant Director of Rural Development and District Employment Officer.

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Salient Features of the Course

1 We follow a unique approach of classes that are designed 4 days a week from Thursday to Sunday, which makes it feasible for TNPSC officers to provide guidance to our students regularly and helps the students who are working to attend the classes regularly

2 We provide combined classes for TNPSC Group I/II/IIA and IV, which makes the students to excel in any group of exams conducted by TNPSC

3 Separate Mains class for TNPSC Group I

4 To adapt to the dynamic nature of TNPSC exam, we provide regular current affairs classes

5 Extensive Free Interview Guidance, through a panel of Academicians and TNPSC Officers

6 Batches will be in rotational mode, so students can re-attend any classes which they have missed

7 Simultaneous Online and Offline Classes

8 Recording will be given to students and it is valid for 1 year

9 We provide 6 books for Prelims and Handouts for Mains

10 The course is inclusive of Test Series and regular class test

11 Regular Motivational Sessions and interaction with successful TNPSC Officers

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Exam Pattern

Group I

Preliminary Examination (Objective Type)

Subject Number of Questions Maximum Marks Duration
General Studies 175 300 3 hours
Aptitude and Mental Ability 25
Total 200

The Preliminary Examination is meant to serve as a screening test only. The marks obtained in the Preliminary Examination by the candidates who are declared qualified for admission to the Main Written Examination will not be counted for determining their final order of merit.

Main Examination (Descriptive Type)

Subjects Maximum Marks Duration
Paper-I Tamil Eligibility Test (SSLC Standard) (Descriptive Type) 100 3 hours
General Studies (Degree Standard) (Descriptive type) Paper-II 250 3 hours
General Studies (Degree Standard) (Descriptive type) Paper-III 250 3 hours
General Studies (Degree Standard) (Descriptive type) Paper-IV 250 3 hours

The number of candidates to be admitted to the Main Written Examination will be 20 times the number of candidates to be recruited having regard to the rule of reservation of appointment

Interview (Oral)

Personal Interview 100 Marks
Sub Total (Written Test) 750 Marks
Grand Total 850 Marks
The final selection will be made based on the total marks obtained by the candidates in the Main Written Examination Paper-II, Paper-III, Paper-IV and Oral Test taken together.



Category Age
Minimum Age limts 21 Years
General Maximum Age : 34 Yrs
BC, MBC, SC/ST Maximum Age : 39 Yrs

Educational Qualification:

Category Age
Minimum Age limts 21 Years
General Maximum Age : 34 Yrs
BC, MBC, SC/ST Maximum Age : 39 Yrs
Any UG Degree, (10+2+3)Pattern / Any University with UGC/AICTE Norms
Note: Final year students can also apply.

Important Dates As Per Tentative Notification Of TNPSC

Date Of Examination 30TH OCTOBER 2022
Public Of Preliminary Results DECEMBER 2022
Mains Exam March 2023
Publication Of Mains Results July 2023
Oral Test August 2023
Final Results August 2023


Preliminary Examination - General Studies (Degree Standard) – Objective Type

  1. General Science
  2. Current Events
  3. Geography of India
  4. History and Culture of India
  5. Indian Polity
  6. Indian Economy
  7. Indian National Movement
  8. History, Culture, Heritage and Socio - Political Movements in Tamil Nadu
  9. Development Administration in Tamil Nadu
  10. Aptitude and Mental Ability
Group - I Services (Main Examination) (Degree Standard)

Paper - I

  • Unit- I : Modern history of India and Indian culture
  • Unit- II : Social issues in India and Tamil Nadu
  • Unit- III : General Aptitude & Mental Ability (SSLC Standard)

Paper - II

  • Unit- I : Indian Polity and emerging political trends across the world affecting India
  • Unit- II : Role and impact of Science and Technology in the development of India
  • Unit- III : Tamil Society ‐ Its Culture and Heritage

Paper - III

  • Unit- I : Geography of India with special reference to Tamil Nadu
  • Unit- II : Environment, Bio Diversity and Disaster Management
  • Unit- III : Indian Economy - Current economic trends and impact of global economy on India

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