TNPSC Result 2019

TNPSC 2019 Result

The candidates who appear for the exam of TNPSC can see the results in the official website. The following are the steps to check the results of TNPSC:

  • Visit the official website of TNPSC
  • Go to the latest results link
  • Click the link provided for the exam
  • A PDF file of TNPSC results will appear on the screen.
  • Check the roll number using the search option
  • Take a print out of the TNPSC results for future use.

The candidates who are shortlisted for the main exam has to pay the amount mentioned and should upload the scanned copy of the documents.

The oral test of TNPSC will be made after the mains exam. The candidates will be shortlisted for the oral test for an appointment for the posts. The candidates have to bring the original certificates for the oral tests as it will be checked at that time.

The call letter for the oral test will be made available to the shortlisted candidates and that consists of date and time of the oral test. The candidates will be informed of the oral test through email and SMS also. The venue of the oral test will be in Chennai.

Document verification process:

The qualified candidates will be called for the document verification process. The documents the candidate should carry for the verification are as follows:

  • Evidence of date of birth- a secondary school leaving certificate, a certificate from a university or college (10th,12th)
  • Two character and conducts certificate
  • Documents evidencing the qualification prescribed for the appointment, including a qualification in the Tamil language
  • Practical/other experience
  • Registration certificates
  • Community certificates
  • No objection certificates

Now the TNPSC has made certificate verification online. The candidates have to upload the original documents like

  • Nationality proof
  • Voters Id
  • Aadhar card
  • Admit card
  • 10th and 12th mark sheet
  • Health certificate
  • Copy of online application form

The merit list of TNPSC for all the posts will be based on the total marks obtained by the candidates in the written exam and oral test. The top scorers of the merit list will be recruited for the posts.