TNPSC Asst Statistical Investigator Syllabus

TNPSC provided the syllabus, exam pattern, model question papers for the assistant statistical investigator vacancies. Applied aspirants not aware of the questions and other information about the written exam but we have provided that how to prepare and plan for the exam, previous question papers, related tips and topics along with the present syllabus and pattern. In our website we have the official link and more information given below.

TNPSC written exam preparation, model questions

Tamilnadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) announced the notification 2019 for the recruitment of 268 Assistant Statistical Investigator vacancies. Recruitment to various posts under State Services are done in three stages of examination – Preliminary, Mains and Interview. TNPSC organization recruiting the candidates based on merit and good academic skills. But aspirants start preparing for the exam and discuss the related topics with your neighbors. Candidates get to know the knowledge of preparation and very easier to analyze it.

Name of the Organization: Tamilnadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC)

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Date of the Written Examination: 11-07-2019

TNPSC Assistant Statistical Investigator Exam Pattern

TNPSC exam pattern and syllabus includes Paper I: Statistics (200 questions and time duration consists of 03:00 hrs and maximum marks should be 300). Paper II: General Studies (100 questions and time duration is 02:00 hrs and maximum marks should be 70) which is based on multiple choice/objective type and descriptive also. But the total marks is 570 finally it will end with interview process.

TNPSC Assistant Statistical Investigator Syllabus Exam Pattern 

Follow the given instructions below:

  • To use either blue or black ink Ball Point pen only.
  • Answer sheet will be invalidated if shaded in pencil.
  • The answer sheet will be invalidated if the box for Booklet Series is not shaded and could not be identified even by Physical Verification of the answer sheet.
  • One mark each will be deducted for incorrect or absence of shading Register Number and Question Booklet Series.