TNPSC Veterinary Assistant Surgeon Syllabus – Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission has released the syllabus for Veterinary Assistant Surgeon exam. Candidates can get the syllabus from the official website or from this page. TNPSC Veterinary Assistant Surgeon syllabus 2020 is available in pdf format. Candidates who are going to appear for the examination can download the syllabus of paper I and paper II. The language of the paper I is in English only for paper-II is in both Tamil and English. To know more about the TNPSC Veterinary Assistant Surgeon syllabus, exam pattern 2020, read the article below.
TNPSC Veterinary Assistant Surgeon Syllabus 2020
The syllabus for the paper I and paper II is available at the TNPSC website. Candidates can check here detailed syllabus for TNPSC Veterinary Assistant Surgeon 2020 from below:
Conducting Body: Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission
Name of Post: Veterinary Assistant Surgeon
Papers: Paper I and Paper II
The exam pattern for TNPSC Veterinary Assistant Surgeon 2019 are as follows:
Mode of Examination: The exam is conducted in the written / OMR Method.
Type of Questions: The paper I and paper II is objective type
Duration of Examination: 03 hours is given for paper I and Two hours is provided for paper II
Language: The questions in Paper-I will be set in English only and the questions in Paper-II will be set both in Tamil and English.
Minimum qualifying marks for selection: 171 marks for SCs, SC(A)s, STs, MBCs/ DCs, BCs & BCMs and 228 marks for others
Sections: The sections of the question paper are as follows:
Paper I is from Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science (Degree Standard) and Paper II is from General Studies (Degree standard).
|Paper –I (Subject Paper)||300|
|Paper – II (General|
|Interview and Records||70|
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