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TNPSC Superintendent, Garments and Holdall Making Unit, Vellore Exam Notification 2016

TNPSC has published notification for recruitment of Superintendent, Garments and Holdall Making Unit, Vellore 

Total Number of vacancies - 1
GT(G)   - 1

Salary Details : Rs.15600-39100 +Grade Pay 5400/- ( Nearly Rs. 50,000 first month salary)

Important Dates  for TNPSC Garments and Holdall Making Unit Exam 2016
Date of Notification : 02-12-2016

Exam Date :  29.01.2017

Last Date to Apply : 01-01-2017

Last date for payment of fee through post office or bank : 03.01.2017
tnpsc exam 2017 notification for garment superintendent post
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Maximum Age Limit  for TNPSC Garments and Holdall Exam (as on 1st July 2016) 

Others - 35 years 

SC/ST/MBC/BC/BCM - 35 Years

Note :  40 Years Maximum Age Limit , if  persons with qualifications higher than those prescribed in these rules and who have got experience for more than five years in the field.

For More Age Limit Related details, refer the original advertisement  in the TNPSC Official Website

Educational Qualification  and Experience Requirement

(a) Must be the holder of S.S.L.C eligible for College course of study; 
(b)  Government Technical Examination either in Tailoring and Dress-making (Higher Grade) or Group Certificate in Needle work and Dress making, And 
(c) Practical experience in the manufacture of Garment and Holdalls for a period of not less than three years. 

Online Application Website 

Official Notification, Syllabus website
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