Download TNPSC Assistant Conservator of Forests (ACF) Exam Pattern & Syllabus 2023 for Preliminary Exam, Mains: The syllabus of selection test according to the TNPSC or exam pattern & selection process details is given below of the article. Applications are invited only eligible candidates. The TNPSC Assistant Conservator of Forest Syllabus for the Preliminary Exam & Mains Exam can be downloaded in PDF format.
Details of recruitment/ selection process, marks distribution and other information regarding the exam pattern have also given here. The desiccated post is Assistant Conservator of Forests included in Group-A. The service is produced by Tamil Nadu Forest Service. The test will be held according some rules and regulation of the above Department. Read the exam scheme of the exam carefully for the post. The official website of TNPSC will be given here in the article where candidates may contact for any further information regarding the job.
TNPSC Assistant Conservator of Forest Examination – Important Date 2023
|Starting Date for Submission of Online Application||13.12.2022|
|Last date for Submission of Online Application||12.01.2023|
|Admit Card Publishing Date||Yet Not Published|
|Date and time of Preliminary Examination||30.04.2023 FN 9.30 A.M. to 12.30 P.M.|
|Date of Main Written Examination||Updated Soon|
TAMIL NADU PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION ACF EXAM PATTERN 2023 DOWNLOAD
|Name of the Exam||Assistant Conservator of Forests Recruitment Exam|
|Exam Conducting Authority||Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC)|
|Official Syllabus Format|
|Available on||Official Website www.tnpsc.gov.in|
|Article Category||Exam Syllabus|
|Mode of Exam||Offline|
TAMIL NADU ACF Selection Process 2023
The candidates have to pass through the selection tests for the post as per the official notification. TNPSC will prepare a category wise merit list from the marks obtained in the selection process. Selection of Assistant Conservator of Forests in Tamil Nadu will be done through the following phases:
|Preliminary Exam||300 Marks|
|Main Exam||1000 Marks|
|Oral / Interview test||120 Marks|
The selection will be in four phases, as mentioned above. The preliminary examination, or Phase I, is of the objective type. Phase I is meant to serve as a screening test only.
The Phase I qualified candidates is eligible for Phase II. Phase II is the essential part of the selection. The candidates have to achieve more than cut off marks.
Physical Test will be conducted after Main Examination and before Interview.
The interview sensation is documents verification types. May be the candidates have to take Optional Paper in the Main Written exam.
TNPSC ACF Preliminary Exam Syllabus 2023:
|Subject||Total Marks||Qualifying Marks||Duration|
|General Studies – 175 Questions|
Aptitude & Mental Ability Test – 25 Questions
TNPSC ACF – Mains Exam Syllabus:
|Tamil Eligibility Test||100 Marks (Qualifying Exam)||3 Hours|
|Paper-II General Studies (Degree Standard)||200 Marks||3 Hours|
|Paper-III General English (SSLC Standard)||100 Marks||3 Hours|
|Paper-IV Optional Subject (Degree Standard)||300 Marks||3 Hours|
|Paper-V Optional Subject (Degree Standard)||300 Marks||3 Hours|
The candidates have to pick one optional subject from the list provided by TNPSC in the ACF Notification 2023. For more details, refer to the official notification from –www.tnpsc.gov.in.
TNPSC ACF Syllabus 2023:
|Subject for phase I|
|History and Culture of India|
|Indian National Movement|
|Aptitude& Mental Ability Tests|
TNPSC ACF MAINS SYLLABUS:
|Subject for Phase II|
|India Vs Foreign Nations|
|Use of verbs, adjectives-prepositions|
|Letter Writing-Précis Writing|
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The TNPSC Assistant Conservator Of Forest Prelims 2023 Exam Date is April 30, 2023.
The TNPSC Assistant Conservator of Forest Exam Date 2023 may be found on the official TNPSC website at www.tnpsc.gov.in.
Following the Preliminary, Main, Oral, Physical (Walking), and Medical Examinations conducted by the Board, the Candidates will be Selected.