The Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) recently announced the vacancy of a total of 1199 group 2 posts across various departments. The selection for the posts is based on examination. TNPSC conducted the Group 2 preliminary exam on November 11, 2018, and the answer key is out. TNPSC has released the answer key on its official website http://tnpsc.gov.in/
The answer keys have been released for General English, General Tamil, General Studies papers. The candidates can challenge the answer key till November 21, 2018. After that, the Commission will release the final answer key.
How to download the TNPSC Group 2 Answer Key?
- To download the answer key, click here.
- Click on the Answer Key Link.
- Click on the TNPSC Group 2 answer key link.
- Check your answers from the next page.
How to challenge the answer key?
- Only the candidates who have appeared the particular examination can challenge the answer key.
- The answer key can be challenged only as per the question number given in the specimen question booklet hosted on TNPSC website.
- If you want to raise an objection against any answer in the answer key, click here.
- Fill in the required details including Name of the Recruitment, Register Number, Application Number, Date of Birth, Name of the subject and question number.
- Click on submit. The question and the tentative answer you have challenged will appear on the screen.
- Now select the correct answer as per you and also provide the necessary remarks.
- Now provide the details of the book that supports you selected answer key. Provide the Name of the author, name of the publisher, year of publication, edition number and page number of the book.
- You have to scan and upload the supporting pages of the book in the PDF format which should be less than 3 MB in size.
- You can print the acknowledgment of your request for future reference.
TNSPC Group 2 Result:
According to the reports, a total of 6 lakh candidates had appeared for the examination conducted for 1199 posts. The exam was held on November 11 in more than 2 thousand centres across the state. The result will be out in February next year and the Mains exam will be conducted in May. It will be of 300 marks and will have a time duration of 3 hours. The questions will include from subjects Role and impact of Science and Technology in the Development of India and Tamil Nadu, Administration of Union and States with special reference to Tamil Nadu, Socio-Economic Problems of India and Tamil Nadu, Current Issues at national and state level. The interview will carry 40 marks.