TNCMFP Recruitment 2022
The Government of Tamil Nadu is seeking applications from qualified people for 30 fellowship positions on a contract basis. Candidates who have completed a bachelor’s degree and are between the ages of 18 and 42 are eligible to apply for this position. Written tests and interviews are used in the selection procedure. On or before the deadline, interested and eligible candidates can apply online. The eligibility requirements and application process are outlined in detail below. This article is included with detailed information on How to Apply for Fellowship Vacancies and more. So have a closer look on the post.
The Tamil Nadu government strives to attain best-in-class excellent governance in all areas. The Tamil Nadu government has created the two-year “Tamil Nadu Chief Minister’s Fellowship Programme (TNCMFP)” as part of this effort. Its goal is to tap into the passion and talent of young people in order to improve governance procedures and service delivery for various programmes and policies in Tamil Nadu.
TNCMFP Recruitment 2022 for Fellowship Programme
|Job Role||Fellowship Programme|
|Last Date||10 June 2022|
A candidate must have a first-class Bachelor’s degree in Professional Courses (Engineering, Medicine, Law, Agriculture, Veterinary Science) or a first-class Master’s degree in Arts/Science from any of the Universities incorporated by an Act of Parliament or other educational institutions established by an Act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956. Candidates having a Ph.D. will be given preference. Experience in the workplace will be a plus. The importance of research experience will be emphasised. It is required that you have a working knowledge of Tamil.
For General – 22 to 30 years
For BC/MBC – 33 years
For SC/ST – 35 years
Fellowship Programme – 30 Posts
Fellowship Programme – Rs.65,000/-
The following are the three stages of the selection process: Preliminary Assessment (Computer-based Test), Comprehensive Examination (Written Examination), and Personal Interview are the three stages.
The Preliminary Assessment will be a 150-point computer-based test (CBT) of objective type (multiple-choice questions). The CBT will be divided into three sections: (1) General Awareness (to assess a candidate’s general knowledge, including current events), Quantitative Aptitude (to assess a candidate’s basic math skills, including algebra, numbers, geometry, statistics, and data interpretation at the tenth grade level), Verbal Comprehension and Logical Reasoning (to assess a candidate’s comprehension and communication skills, analytical ability, decision-making and problem-solving skills, and general mental ability).
This exam will only be used as a screening tool and will not be used in the final selection of Fellows. Negative points will be deducted for wrong answers (-0.33 points for every incorrect answer). Cochin, Bengaluru, Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, and Vishakapatnam will be among the exam centres in Tamil Nadu. The number of test centres available is subject to vary. A written examination is known as a Comprehensive Examination.
A personal interview will be undertaken to assess the candidate’s intellectual and emotional quotients, current-events knowledge, and ability to think in systems. This round of the screening process will include a test of working knowledge of Tamil. The personal interview will take place exclusively in Chennai. The combined score from the candidate’s Comprehensive Examination and Personal Interview will be used to create the final merit list.
What is the procedure for applying for the TNCMFP Recruitment 2022?
On or before June 10, 2022, any interested and eligible applicants can apply online through the official website.
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