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TNPSC Introduced New One Time Registration and Candidates Dashboard - How to Create yours ?

In recent years, TNPSC has made many unique reforms in the exam pattern and online services.  TNPSC Online Application System completes nearly 5 years. Now TNPSC has introduced new facility called  'TNPSC Candidates Dashboard'  - by this new initiative the Certificate Verification Process will be made more easier. By which TNPSC can even conduct the CV with out the personal appearance of the candidates. The Commission can verify digital form of Certificates uploaded by the candidates appearing for various TNPSC examinations using this new 'TNPSC Candidates Dashboard' . 

What are the new changes ?

1. TNPSC One Time Registration is Made Mandatory

Till now, One Time Registration was an optional. Candidates could directly apply online for particular examination paying the both One Time Registration Fee and Examination Fee together. Here after, all candidates should have One Time Registration First.

2. TNPSC Dashboard

Candidates who do not have One Time Registration should register now . They will be provided User ID and Password for TNPSC One TIme Registration. Using these credentials, candidates can create their own Dashboard. This new TNPSC Dashboard facilitates the candidates to  update or change their information. 
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Screenshot of www.tnpscexams.net 

3. Candiates can create their User ID, Password themselves.

Previously, candidates were not allowed to have their own user id and password. They have to use the system generated user id and passwords, which was little tough to remember. Now the candidates are free to have their own username and passwords.

4. Candidates can check their Online Applications in the Dashboard 

Using this facility, candidates are allowed to see the the exams, applied by the candidates. 

5. Candidates can know how many number of free attempts details

Till now, candidates could not check the details about number of free attempts availed by them. Now they can check the free attempts details themselves. 

6. Forget Password - Candidates can change themselves. No need to contact TNPSC Office

7.Certificates Upload Facility 

Candidates can upload their Age / Community / Educational qualification certificates online. It will ease the process of Certificate Verification. If there some problem in the Certificate only, the candidates will be called inperson for CV.

FAQ about TNPSC New One Time Registration 

1. Who should register for TNPSC One Time Registration ?

All candidates applying for TNPSC Exams should first Register your details with One TIme Registration. Candidates who have previouly applied TNPSC Exam directly with out One Time Registration, you should  register  now using OTR. 

2. I have already have One Time Registration, should I apply again ? 

No need  to register again, but  you have to furnish additional details asked for and they can creat their own Dashboard by using their One Time Registration ID and Password already provided by the Commission.

3. Is there any fee for TNPSC One Time Registration ? If yes, how to pay that ? 

Yes, One Time Registration Fee is  Rs.50/ . You can pay using your debit (atm) card /Credit card / internet banking/ bank or post office. 

TNPSC One Time Registration Website 


Step by Step Guide for TNPSC One Time Registration given in the TNPSC Website 

Go to  http://tnpscexams.net/  .   Click   on >>>>>  OTR Illustration  /  How to apply?


TNPSC Helpline for One Time Registration
If you have any queries / doubts in applying One Time Registration, Please contact TNPSC  using this number 1800-425-1002

For Technical Help : +91 8754000961  

Email ID :   technicalhelp@tnpscexams.in     


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