TNPSC Drug Inspector Exam Pattern, Eligibility, Selection Process
Educational Qualification – Bachelor Degree in relevant subject with relevant experience
Age Limit: Minimum 18 years and Maximum 30 years.
Selection Procedure: Selection of the candidates will be made through 02 successive phases viz. Written Examination and Oral Test.
Scheme of Written Examination: The test is an Objective Type.
|Name of the Subject||Number of questions||Standard of questions||Total time allotted||Maximum Marks||Minimum Qualifying Marks for Selection|
|For Drugs Inspectori) Pharmacy / Pharmaceutical||200||Degree||
|ii) Clinical Pharmacology||120||PG Degree|
|iii) M.D. Micro Biology||120||Do|
|For Junior Analysti) Pharmacy / Pharmaceutical Sciences||200||Degree|
|ii) Pharmaceutical Chemistry||200||Do|
|For Phenyle Assistanti) Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Sciences||200||Do|
Candidates are needed to select only the subject in which they have obtained the prescribed qualification.
Question paper of Chemistry will set in both English and Tamil languages and the remaining subject’s question paper will set in English only.
Those candidates qualify the written test will be called for Oral Test.
Pattern of Oral Test: The test will be shaped in an interview. The test will be conducted for maximum 40 marks.
The candidates obtain maximum marks in these tests will secure the seats for themselves.
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