TN TRB Recruitment for 1060 Lecturer Post has StartedAnusha Sathish (Author) Published Date : Jan 22, 2020 18:47 IST
TN TRB lecturer recruitment on - 1060 posts to be filled- How to apply? The application process commences for the post of lecturers in Tamil Nadu Education Services. A total of 1060 posts are being called for, and the website for the same is also given. Interested candidates can get into the website trb.tn.nic.in and the application process will be concluded on February 12 at 5 P.M. An online exam will be conducted on May 2020, and the candidates who apply for this are supposed to clear the exam to qualify for the interview. The most exciting thing is the age limit, which is capped at 57 years "never before happening in the government services."
Those who are eligible and clear the process will be hired in the government polytechnic colleges. The age will be calculated as on July 1, 2019. There are two bifurcations provided. Those who are applying for engineering subjects should hold a Bachelors Degree in Engineering in the appropriate branch. For the non-engineering subjects, a master's degree is the must in the related branch.
The test questions would have the main subject as the base to test your skill set on the subject level and general knowledge for ten marks. The examination fees for all the candidates are fixed as Rs 600, and for SC, ST, SCA, and PWD candidates, it is Rs 300. The salary is fixed in the range of Rs 56,100 - Rs 177500. The best in the industry is offered, and everyone should avail of this opportunity in this current state of unemployment issues.
The following are the steps to apply for the recruitment.
Step 1: Visit the official website trb.tn.nic.in
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the online application link
Step 3: A new page will open; click on â€˜online application.â€™
Step 4: Click on the registration link
Step 5: Register using details, verify
Step 6: Fill form, upload images
Step 7: Make payment
The main subject is divided into two sections with a total mark of 140 (1 mark questions for 100 marks and two marks questions for 40 marks)
The general knowledge consists of 10 questions, and each carries one mark, which makes a total of 150 marks.