TNPSC DEO Recruitment 2018-19 | Apply for 20 District Educational Officer (DEO) Jobs @ tnpsc.gov.in

TNPSC DEO Recruitment 2018-19: Latest update from Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission board. The TNPSC Board has released TNPSC DEO Notification to fill 20 District Educational Officer (DEO) vacancies. As per the TNPSC board, the last date to fill the application form for TNPSC DEO Jobs 2019 is 09th January 2019. The Online application process has already started on 10th December 2018. Candidates who are applying for this recruitment must know that the last date for the payment is 11th January 2019. The board said that the TNPSC District Educational Officer Prelims exam will be conducted on 02nd March 2019. One can Apply Online for TNPSC District Educational Officer Vacancies from the link which is provided below in this article.

TNPSC DEO Exam Notification Details 2018-19

Name of the OrganizationTamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC)
Name of the PostDistrict Educational Officer (DEO)
Number of Vacancies20
Application Starting Date10th December 2018
Application End Date09th January 2019
Payment of Application Fee11th January 2019
Prelims Examination Date02nd March 2019
Mode of Application ProcessOnline
Official Websitewww.tnpsc.gov.in
Job LocationCoimbatore, Madurai, Chennai
Job CategoryTN Govt Jobs

TNPSC DEO Recruitment 2018-19 Vacancy Details

Name of the PostNumber of Vacancies
District Educational Officer20
Total20

Eligibility Criteria for TNPSC DEO Jobs 2018-19

If you want to fill the 20 vacancies that are released by the Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission Board then you must possess below eligibility criteria

Education Qualifications:

District Educational Officer: Job seekers must have passed B.E/ B.Tech and must have studied Tamil under Part-I or Part – II in intermediate or its relevance. Teachers who are applying should have 12 years of relevant experience.

Age Limit:

  • For Others: Maximum Age: 30 Years
  • For Teachers: Maximum Age: 40 years

Age relaxation:

  • SC/ST: 05 Years
  • OBC: 03 Years
  • Ex-Servicemen/PWD: 10 Years

Selection Process for TNPSC DEO Jobs 2019

Aspirants will be selected for TN PSC DEO Recruitment 2018-19 based on below method

  • Prelims Exam
  • Mains Exam
  • Viva-voice Test

Application Fee:

  • For all categories Registration Fee: Rs.150/-
  • Preliminary Exam Fee: Rs.100/-
  • Main Exam Fee: Rs.200/-

Salary details

If a candidate got selected for TNPSC DEO Recruitment, then he will get the following pay scale

  • District Educational Officer: Rs.56,900/- to Rs.1,80,500/- Per Month

How to apply for TNPSC DEO Notification 2018-19?

  1. Click on TNPSC DEO Recruitment 2018-19 Official Notification link which is provided below.
  2. Read the details in the notification carefully.
  3. Then, click on the TNPSC DEO Exam Online Application Form.
  4. Fill up all the required information in the Application Form.
  5. Upload your recent photograph and necessary documents if required.
  6. Then click on the submit button and pay the application fee.
  7. Take the printout of the application form for further reference.

Important dates & Links of TNPSC DEO Exam Notification 2018-19

Application Starting Date10th December 2018
Application Last Date09th January 2019
Last Date for Payment11th January 2019
Official NotificationDownload Here
Apply Online LinkClick Here
Official WebsiteClick Here

About Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission Board

The Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission is one of the departments of the government of Tamil Nadu. The TN PSC Commission is responsible for governing the recruitment of personnel into the state’s public service. TN PSC is the successor of the Madras Service Commission, which came into existence under an Act of the Madras Legislature in the year 1929. Also, Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission was the first Provincial Public Service Commission in India. TN PSC adopted its current name in the year 1970. The Board operates under the Articles 315 to 323 of Part XIV of the Constitution of India.

In the year 1923, the Government of India established a Public Service Commission mainly to examine the salary structure of the Indian Civil Service and the possibility of transferring some of the duties to provincial services. The Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission was composed of five Englishmen and four Indians, with Viscount Lee of Fareham serving as chairman. It was left largely to the discretion of provincial governments to recruit and exercise control over their services, as deemed proper. The Tamil Nadu Commission also addressed the rate of Indianisation of the Indian Civil Service under Indian Police. As a result of the discretionary powers left to provincial Government, the Government of Punjab and the Government of Madras proposed to set up their own Tamil Nadu Public service commissions.

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