TNPSC Veterinary Assistant Marks 2021 Released, Download Written/Interview Marks PDF

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TNPSC Veterinary Assistant Marks 2021: Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) has released the marks of the written exam/interview for the post of Veterinary Assistant Surgeon on its official website. All such candidates who have appeared in the TNPSC Veterinary Assistant Surgeon Exam/Interview round can download marks from the official website of TNPSC i.e.

As per the short notification released, Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) has uploaded the PDF of the details of the marks obtained by the candidates both in the written/oral for the Veterinary Assistant Surgeon posts. It is noted that Commission had conducted the written examination for Veterinary Assistant Surgeon post on 23 February 2020. Oral test for Veterinary Assistant Surgeon post was conducted from 04 to 30 January 2021 by the commission.

All such candidates appeared in the written/interview round for 1141 Veterinary Assistant Surgeon (VAS) Posts in Tamil Nadu Animal Husbandry Service can check their marks available on the official website. You can check the TNPSC Veterinary Assistant Marks 2021 also with the direct link given below.

Direct Link for TNPSC Veterinary Assistant Marks 2021

How to Download: TNPSC Veterinary Assistant Marks 2021

49% candidates absent for TNPSC Group I exam

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The percentage of candidates who appear for the exam has reduced

Over 51% of the candidates appeared for the Group I examination conducted by the Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) on Sunday. The percentage of candidates who appeared for the examination has reduced this year as compared to the 73% in the Group I examination in 2019.

TNPSC Secretary K. Nandakumar said a total of 2.56 lakh candidates were permitted to appear for the examination, but around 1.31 lakh candidates were present. As many as 1.25 lakh candidates were absent for the examination held on Sunday. During the previous examination on March 3, 2019, just 60,783 candidates were absent.

Of the 2.59 lakh candidates who had applied for the 66 vacancies, 2,150 applications were rejected. A total of 1.28 lakh men, 1.28 lakh women and 11 transgender persons were permitted to appear for the examination at 856 venues. As many as 46,965 candidates were permitted in 150 venues in Chennai.

According to the faculties of coaching institutes, the cut-off mark this year was expected to reduce because of a new system adopted in the examination. This year, more than 10 questions were asked from Tamil Nadu history and culture, covering Periyar, Ayothidasar and Annadurai. Over five questions were asked from Tirukkural.

Candidates were asked to mark a fifth option, or ‘E’, for questions they did not know the answer to. The number of markings made against each of the five options (A, B, C, D and E) had to be entered in the answer sheet and signed by the invigilator to prevent malpractice.

Two held for cheating over TNPSC jobs

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The Conventional Crime Unit of the Central Crime Branch on Monday arrested two accused for allegedly cheating several persons, promising them jobs under Group II services of the Tamilnadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) for a consideration and giving fake appointment orders to the aspirants.

TNPSC secretary B. Nandakumar had lodged a complaint with the Commissioner of Police a month ago.

The case was forwarded to the CCB and was investigated by a special team led by Assistant Commissioner S. Selvakumar. The team arrested B. Nagendra Rao, 54, of Pulianthope, and A. Gnanasekar, 43, of Tondiarpet.

The accused had collected ₹6 lakh each from aspirants.

The duo had cheated several others in a similar fashion, police added.