TNPSC Group 2A Result 2014 / TNPSC Combined Civil Services Examination II / Non Interview Posts Group II A Services result 2014 declared @ www.tnpsc.gov.in
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TNPSC Group 2A Result 2014 – Tamilnadu Public Service Commission successfully conducted Combined Civil Services Examination II Non Interview Posts Group II A Services exaination on 29th June 2014. All appeared candidates are searching online for TNPSC Group 2A Result 2014.
TNPSC Group 2A Result has been declared in the official website www.tnpsc.gov.in. TNPSC group 2A result has been released along with Marks and Rank. The candidates those who had appeared for TNPSC group 2A examination can check results here.
Posts included in Combined Civil Services Examination–II
(Non-Interview Posts) – (Group-II A Services)
(Date of Written Examination:29.06.2014)
MARKS OBTAINED BY THE CANDIDATES AND RANK POSITION
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TNPSC Group 2A Result 2014 details
Organization : Tamilnadu Public Service Commission
Name of the examination : TNPSC Group II A services – Non interview posts – Combined Civil Services Examination II
Date of examination : 29.12.2014
Official website : http://www.tnpsc.gov.in/
Result page : http://www.tnpsc.gov.in/results.html
The candidates can check TNPSC Group 2A results and marks and their rank position by entering their Register number.
In the year 1923, the Indian Government established a Public Service Commission to examine the salary structure of the Indian Civil Service. The Commission was composed of four Englishmen and four Indian with Lord Lee of Fareham serving as its Chairman. The Commission also addressed the rate of Indianization of the Indian Civil Service and the Indian Police. It determined a rate which in fifteen years would make the Indian Civil Service with a fifty per cent Indian membership and the same in twenty-five years for the Indian Police.
It was left largely to the discretion of provincial Governments to recruit and exercise control over their Services, as deemed proper. As a result of the discretionary powers left to provincial Government, the Government of Madras and Punjab proposed to set up their own Public Service Commissions.
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