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Difference between TNPSC and TNTET Exams : a Comparison

Today, there are plenty of chances for the youth in Tamil Nadu to get a government job with a very good salary. Particularly, TRB and TNPSC play a vital role in providing government job oportunities to mejority of Aspirants in Tamilnadu. Recently, for two days there are open gate in front of all who are ready to work hard with sincerity to get a job.

This year (2013) TNPSC is going to recruit about 15,000 government employees through various group exams. This year about 100000 government staff going to retire. Thus we can expect soon a great number of recruitment in this year or 2014.

TRB is going to announce TNTET Exam to recruit more than 20,000 teachers this year 2013.

Can a TNTET candidate pass TNPSC Exam ?

This is the most common question asked by all candidates. My answer is yes ! One who prepare sincerely for TNTET exam can pass TNPSC group 1,group 2, group 4, VAO exam in a single attempt.

I can list out some possible chances for a TNTET candidates to clear TNPSC exam in a single attempt.

1. State Board Books

TRB has clearly instructed that all TNTET questions will be taken from Tamilnadu State Board Text Books. See, for years TNPSC also take questions from Tamilnadu State Board books. So if you study state board books 6th to 10th (11th ,12th if you can) not missing any single points, you have bright future to pass any TNPSC exam in the very first attempt.

2. General Tamil / General English

GT or GE covers 50% (100 questions) of TNPSC group exams. In TNTET syllabus also there are about 20 % (30 questions out of 150) of total questions will be from Tamil related questions  . So it is very easy for TNTET candidates to pass TNPSC exams.

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