TNPSC - Tamilnadu Public Service Commission

Modes Of Delivery

Digital Session

Online sessions are pre-recorded sessions of our courses will be accessible to you 24x7 during the registered time period.

Classroom Session

Classroom sessions provide entire courses at our premises “on site” where you would experience the important “human touch,” which is often missing in technology-based training.

Postal Learning

Postal learning will be through correspondence mode for students who are not physically “on site” to receive their education. The course is dovetailed with e-books access or physical materials along with the course design


Know Your Course

Test Topic wise and paper wise tests Weekly Test
Duration Previous year Question discussion
Fees Class: Rs. 9500 (incl., Tests)
Only Test: Rs. 2500

Online / Live

Start Date : 10th-NOV-2021

Classroom Session


Start Date : 10th-NOV-2021


Start Date :  10th-NOV-2021

Postal Learning

Course Modules TNPSC Mains

  • It contains 3 papers with 250 marks each.
  • Each paper contains 3 major areas of subjects
  • Written practice is the formula of success in main exam
  • Descriptive pattern of test is given with the booklet form as it is in the TNPSC Exams.
  • Each paper is divided into topics then topic wise test and full test are given as practice
  • Main answer sheets will be corrected before the next test and individual discussion will be given to students
  • Intensive 90 days practice makes the people confident to face main exam.

TNPSC Prelims

Know Your Course

Classes Text book based class
Explanantion Explanation with text books
Discussion Previous year Question Discussion
Test Weekly topic test
Subject wise Tests
Fees Rs. 25,370/-

Online / Live

Start Date : 10th-NOV-2021

Classroom Session


Start Date : 10th-NOV-2021


Start Date :  10th-NOV-2021

Postal Learning

Course Modules TNPSC Prelims

  • SCERT text book based classes
  • All classes are handled with text books
  • Text books (6th to 12th) is base to prepare TNPSC Exams. Aspirants should have sound knowledge and understanding in the concept covered in text books.
  • Weekly test is given in the finished topics
  • Subject wise test will be given with the course
  • Syllabus will be covered in 6 months
  • 1 year current affairs will be given.
  • Text book based classes cover previous year questions discussions
  • Progress will be monitored and report will be given on monthly basis.

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Why Join Us?

Interactive Learning

Emphasize your active engagement in the learning process. The learning modules stimulate and encourage you in learning, through self-thought process in building knowledge. You will experience and participate in creative discussions in the classroom.

Conceptual Clarity

Conceptual clarity strengthens the underpinnings of knowledge, regardless of the substantive focus. We strongly believe that strong ‘fundamentals’ are necessary core towards achieving success. Our interactive learning tools make you understand the concepts and reasons and to relate it in simple terms.

Learn through Current Affairs

Current Affairs based approach makes your preparations relevant, meaningful and objective. Understanding the 360-Degree perspective on the current events around you is imperative as an Officer. This approach hones up your observation skills and make you both proactive and responsive in your preparations.

Learn through Questions

Questions based approach effectively bridges the gaps identified in knowledge and understanding. The questions based learning stimulates your response, discussion, and a hands-on experience. Improving your recall, understanding the trends and building a foundation for New Knowledge is the basic essence of this approach.

Develop Life Skills

Our pedagogy helps you to find new ways of thinking and problem solving, shoulder responsibilities, building confidence to take on challenges and communicate effectively throughout your life. Discover your potential using necessary skills earned through learning.

Shaping Personality

We recognise your individual differences in characteristic patterns of thinking. Our learning environment provides for social stimulus shaping your personality traits not only towards becoming an Officer but also to be as a good Human and Citizen.

Lead with ‘The Leader’

Leaders do the right things. Future Leaders like You need guidance, encouragement, and feedback to continue their leadership journey. As an established Leader in Mentorship, we guide, encourage, and mentor You as a distinct Leader.


Applications for all TNPSC examinations can be made ONLY through online mode. The applications can be filled at

It is not necessary to send a print out of online application.

Not necessary. Only the shortlisted candidates will be asked to do so.

  1.  Online Fee payment through Net Banking / Credit Card / Debit Card.
  2.  Offline payment through designated Post offices and Bank branches in the State as specified in the Notification.

The minimum age limit is 18 years (otherwise as stated in the Commission’s Notification).

It depends upon the post you apply for(As specified for the post applied for).

1st July of the year in which the notification is issued.

  1.  Group I - Any Degree (10+2+3).
  2.  Group II & IIA - Any Degree (10+2+3).
  3.  Group IV & VAO - Must have passed S.S.L.C Public Examination or its equivalent with eligibility for admission to Higher Secondary Courses of Studies (or) to College Courses of studies.

Yes. If so, the letter evidencing equivalence of qualification can be obtained from the University which awarded the degree to the candidates.

Yes. Candidates who do not possess an adequate knowledge in Tamil may also apply. If selected, they should pass the Second Class Language Test (Full Test) in Tamil within a period of two year from the date of their appointment, failing which they will be discharged from service.

The following are the various recruitments / selections made by the Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission.

  1.  Group-I Services
    1.  Deputy Collector.
    2.  Deputy Superintendent of Police (Category–I).
    3.  District Registrar, Registration Department.
    4.  Assistant Director of Rural Development Department (Panchayat) / Personal Assistant (Development) to Collector.
    5.  District Employment Officer.
    6.  Divisional Officer in Fire and Rescue Services.
    7.  Assistant Commissioner (C.T.).
    8.  Deputy Registrar of Co-operative Societies.
  2.  Group I A Services
    1.  Assistant Conservator of Forests.
  3.  Group I B Services
    1.  Assistant Commissioner, H.R. & C.E.
  4.  Group I C Services
    1.  District Educational Officer.
  5. Combined Civil Services Examination-II Group-II (Interview post)
    1.  Deputy Commercial Tax Officer.
    2.  Municipal Commissioner, Grade-II.
    3.  Junior Employment Officer (Non-Differently Abled).
    4.  Junior Employment Officer (Differently Abled).
    5.  Sub-Registrar, Grade-II.
    6.  Assistant Inspector of Labour.
    7.  Assistant Section Officer (Other than Law and Finance Department).
    8.  Assistant Section Officer (Law Department).
    9.  Assistant Section Officer (Finance Department).
    10.  Assistant Section Officer in the Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission.
    11.  Assistant Section Officer-cum-Programmer.
    12.  Assistant Section Officer, Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly Secretariat Service.
    13.  Probation Officer, Social Defence.
    14.  Probation Officer, Prison Department.
    15.  Industrial Co-operative Officer, Industries Commissioner and Director of Industries and Commerce.
    16.  Women Welfare Officer, Social Defence.
    17.  Deputy Inspector of Survey Director of Survey and Settlements.
    18.  Senior Inspector of Co-operative Societies in Reg.Co-op Scty.
    19.  Receptionist, Thamizhagam Guest House, Udhagamandalam.
    20.  Supervisor of Industrial Co-operatives Industrial Commissioner and Director of Industries and Commerce Department.
    21.  Project Assistant Adi-Dravidar and Tribal Welfare Department.
    22.  Audit Inspector in the Audit wing Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Administration Department.
    23.  Assistant Inspector of Local Fund Audit Department and Internal Audit Department.
    24.  Supervisor / Senior Clerk / Head Accountant / Junior Superintendent in the Tamil Nadu Agricultural Marketing Subordinate Service.
    25.  Assistant Jailor, Prison Department.
    26.  Assistant in Revenue Department.
    27.  Executive Officer, Grade-II in Town Panchayats Department.
    28.  Special Assistant in DVAC.
    29.  Handloom Inspector.
    30.  Special Branch Assistant in Intelligence Wing of Police Dept.
    31.  Senior Inspector of Co-operative Societies in Milk Production and Dairy Development.
    32.  Assistant Inspector of Labour.
    33.  Audit Assistant in Accounts Branch in Highways Dept.
    Group-II (Non-Interview post)
    1.  Accountant in the Treasuries and Accounts Department.
    2.  Junior Co-operative Auditor.
    3.  Assistant in Secretariat (Other than Law and Finance)J.
    4.  unior Technical Assistant, Civil Supplies Department.
    5.  Personal Clerk (Other than Law and Finance Department).
    6.  Personal Clerk (Law Department).
    7.  Personal Clerk (Finance Department).
    8.  Personal Clerk in the Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission.
    9.  Personal Clerk, Tamil Nadu State Planning Commission.
    10.  Steno-Typist in Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly Secretariat Service.
    11.  Assistant in various departments Commissioner of Revenue Administration, Industries and Commerce, Medical and Rural Health Services, Registration, Transport, Prison, Police, Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection, Land Administration, Land Reforms, Fisheries, PWD, Technical Education, Backward Classes, Labour, Employment and Training, Commercial Taxes, Highways and Rural Development and Panchayat Raj, Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Archives and Historical Research, Forest, H.R & C.E., Social Defence, NCC., Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services, Vigilance & Anti Corruption Dept., Information and Public Relation, School Education.
    12.  Assistant in Secretariat Department (Finance Department).
    13.  Assistant in Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission.
    14.  Lower Division Clerk in Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly, Secretariat.
    15.  Planning Junior Assistant.
    16.  Receptionist (Small Savings Department).
    17.  Assistant in Law Department.
    18.  Assistant in Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly Secretariat Service.
    Combined Civil Services-III Group-III Services
    1. Station Fire Officer
    Group-III A Services
    1.  Junior Inspector of Co-operative Societies.
    2.  Assistant Supervisor of Industrial Co-operative Societies.
    3.  Store Keeper in Employment and Training (Training wing) Department.
    4.  Store-Keeper, Grade-II in Industries and Commerce Department.
    Group-IV Services
    1.  Junior Assistant (Security & Non-Security).
    2.  Bill Collector.
    3.  Typist.
    4.  Steno-Typist, Grade-III.
    5.  Field Surveyor.
    6.  Draftsman.
    Group-V A Services
    1.  Assistant in Secretariat (Recruitment by transfer) (Other than Law and Finance Department).
    Group-VI Services
    1.  Forest Apprentice.
    Group-VII A Services
    1.  Executive Officer, Grade-I.
    Group-VII B Services
    1.  Executive Officer, Grade-III.
    Group-VIII Services
    1.  Executive Officer, Grade-IV.
    III (B). Recruitment to all technical posts within the purview of the Commission.

The stages involved in respect of recruitments made by the Commission are as follows:

  1.  Selections to lower level posts.
    Only by written examination
    The written examination is conducted in OMR method which is objective in nature(with multiple choice type questions). The answer papers are evaluated through computers and the marks of all candidates are published in TNPSC website. The details regarding their overall rank and rank in their respective communal category are also provided for that particular recruitment in respect of each candidate. The details of distribution of vacancies are also hosted by the Commission. The candidate, by correlating the ranking given as above, with the no. of vacancies in his / her communal category, may know the status of his/her selection. After this process, Counselling is being conducted in the Commission’s Office for the posts included in VAO, Group IV & Group II A.
  2.  Selections to Middle level posts.
    By written examination and oral test
    For the recruitment of middle level posts, there will be a written examination and an Oral Test. The written examination will be followed by the oral test. (Combined Engineering Services and Assistant Public Prosecutor etc.,). In these examinations, the candidates are admitted to written examination purely on the basis of claims given in their online application. The selections are made by the above method in respect of technical posts also. The maximum marks prescribed for written examination and oral test are being mentioned in the notification. The examination shall be of objective or descriptive type as the case may be.
    Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission goes by the candidates claims made in their online applications and admits them to written examination. But when the documents in support of their claims in the online applications are being called for, lot of variations, misinformations etc., have been found out by the Commission. After due verification, the proper ranking is arrived by deleting the ineligible candidates and candidates are admitted provisionally to the oral test based on the number of vacancies in each category at the ratio of 1:2 / 1:3 in each communal category. This is finalised / done purely on basis of merit.
  3.  For Selections to Higher Posts.
    The selection which carries higher scale of pay and duties and responsibilities are made with three stages of selection. It is done in cases of selections / recruitments for Group I, Group IC & Group II Services.
    1.  Preliminary Examination
      In respect of preliminary examination, all the eligible candidates are admitted purely on the basis of the particulars given by them in their online applications. This examination consists of Objective type comprising of multiple choice type Questions, which are to be answered in OMR sheets. After the evaluation of the preliminary examination answer sheets, the candidates are admitted to appear for the Main Examination at the ratio 1:50 i.e., for one post in each reserved category, 50 candidates are admitted to the Main Written Examination on the basis of marks obtained by them in the preliminary examination or at the ratio as fixed by the Commission. However, in each reservation group, all the candidates who secure the same marks as that of the cut off marks of their reservation group shall also be admitted to the Main Written Examination and hence at times it may exceed 1:50 ratio. The marks obtained in Preliminary Examination will not be taken into account for further process of selection.
    2.  Main Written Examination
      The Main Written Examination comprises of Objective and/or Descriptive Type. It comprises of more than one paper depending on the nature of the job. Appearance in all the papers is compulsory. The main examinations are mostly in descriptive nature and the evaluation of Answer Sheets takes place more than once to eliminate the scope of errors.
    3.  Oral Test
      Based on the marks obtained in the Main written Examination, the candidates are selected for admission to oral test at the ratio of 1:3 where the vacancy in a particular communal category is 4 and below, & 1:2 when the vacancy is 5 and above.

If any candidate has objections over any tentative Answer key, he/she can mail / write by post the objections with grounds and evidences for such objection within one week. Such objections to keys are placed before an Expert Committee and keys are finalised. Based on the final key the answer papers are evaluated.

Candidates who write the examinations have the following right after the entire selection process is over and results are published.

  1.  In objective type (OMR Sheet), the candidate on application, may get a copy of his/her OMR sheet free of cost.
  2.  In Descriptive type of Examination, the candidates are allowed to peruse his/her answer paper in the Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission office.
  3.  The candidates are permitted to copy the marks awarded to them for each question in first and second evaluation.
  4.  This will help the candidates to confirm the genuineness and correctness of Evaluation of his/her Answer paper and ensure that all the answers are evaluated.

SMS is being sent to all candidates by the Commission to those whose applications have been admitted finally that their Hall ticket is available in the Commission’s website and it can be downloaded. Likewise SMS is being sent to all the candidates who have been admitted to oral test.