Skip to main content
TNPSC Group 4 2019 Self Preparation Test Series குரூப் IV 2019 Test Batch - Join Now !
Tamil & English Medium |35 தேர்வுகள் | Online & PDF
TNPSC General English Book - Buy Now

Tamil Nadu Forest Uniformed Services Recruitment Committee ( TNFUSRC ) Recruitment 2014 Notification Soon

Click G+ to Inform this article to your friends

TNFUSRC Official Website  :

07-02-2015 : Download the Tamilnadu Forest Uniform Service Exam 2015 hall Ticket in TNFUSRC's Official Website
News source and courtesy : Dinamalar, வனச்சீருடை பணியாளர் தேர்வுக்கு இணையத்தில் நுழைவு சீட்டு

Tamilnadu Government has set up "Tamil Nadu Forest Uniformed Services Recruitment Committee (TNFUSRC)" for direct recruitment of Forester, Forest Guard, Fo rest Guard with Driving License and Forest Watcher posts in forest department.
The newly formed board will conduct a direct recruitment for filling up about 609 vacancies this year 2014 . The announcement for the recruitment is expected soon.

The TNFUSRC will consist of following higher officials

Additional Principal Chief Conservator of
Forests (CAMPA @ FS)    - Chairman

Managing Director of respective
Corporations or his nominee  - Member

Chief Conservator of Forests (HRD) - Member

Conservator of Forests (TAP II)  - Member
Expected Vacancies in TNFUSRC Notification 2014
Forester - 174
Forest Guard - 377
Forest Watcher - 58
(Source : தி இந்து, 30-09-2014)

News articles related to Tamil Nadu Forest Uniformed Services Recruitment Committee (TNFUSRC)

தி இந்து, 30-09-2014 :வனத்துறை பணியாளர்கள் தேர்வுக்கு புதிய வாரியம்: வனவர்கள், வனக் காப்பாளர்கள் 609 பேர் விரைவில் நியமனம்  Read news

The Hindu, 19-07-2012 : Forest Department to be infused with young blood Read news
Comment Policy:Dear visitors , this is your area. Ask your queries, post your suggestions. If you know correct answers for other friend's questions, kindly reply them. Motivate One another . Your comments will be posted soon with a small moderation. Please avoid sharing phone numbers, email Ids and posting abusive comments against the government and recruitment agencies.
View Comments
Close Comments