Monday 1 December 2014

Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPC) has invited applications for only woman candidates to apply through online mode for direct recruitment to Child Development Project Officer posts.
Eligible women candidates can apply on or before December 26, 2014.
Vacancy Details:
  1. Total Posts: 117 posts
  2. Name of the posts: Child Development Project Officer

Eligibility Criteria:
  • Candidates must possess Degree in Nutrition, or a Degree in Home Science, or a degree with a PG diploma in rural services of Gandhigram University.

Pay Scale: Rs 9300-34800 + Grade Pay Rs 4500.
Age Limit: Candidates age should be minimum 18 years and maximum 30 years. Age relaxation applicable for SC / ST categories as per Government rules.
Selection Procedure:
  • Selection will be made in two stages:
  • Main written Examination and 
  • Oral test

How to apply:
  • Candidates should apply online using the Commission's website.
  • Before applying, the candidates should have a scanned image of their photograph and signature.
  • A valid e-mail ID and Mobile Number are mandatory for registration and e-mail ID should be kept active till the declaration of results. Candidates are cautioned to keep their e-mail ID and password confidential since communication will be sent to the mobile and e-mail. 

Applying Online:
  • Click "Apply Online" to open up the On-Line Application Form.
  • Select the name of the post or service for which you wish to apply.
  • If you already have Unique ID, enter the Unique ID and password to view the already available information and update them, if necessary. 
  • If you do not have valid ID, enter all the required particulars without skipping any field. 
  • Candidates are required to upload their latest photograph and signature as per the specifications given in the Guidelines.
  • Scan and Upload the photograph and signature.
  • An online application uploaded without the photograph and signature will be rejected.

Important Dates: Last date to apply for the post is December 26, 2014.


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