Tamil Nadu Forest Department announced the Recruitment for the post of Forest Guard & Forest Guard with Driving Licence on 30/11/2019. There are a total number of 320 vacancies. The Process of Application Submission is expected to start from the third week of January 2020 to the first week of February 2020. All the Candidates can check detailed Information about the Recruitment procedure from the official website of the forest department (www.forests.tn.gov.in). In this post we will discuss about the TN Forest Guard TNFUSRC Syllabus and Exam Pattern.
- The question paper is set for 150 Marks.
- Multiple Choice Questions only.
- The questions will be set both in English and Tamil languages.
- Duration of the exam is 2 hours.
|Paper||Time||Total Marks||Minimum Qualifying Marks for selection|
|BCs,BCMs, MBCs/DTs, SCs,SC(A)s and STs||Others|
|General Knowledge||2 Hours||150||30%||40%|
- For more details please refer the “Information Brochure” published in the website: www.forests.tn.gov.in.
The syllabus for the posts of Forest Guard and Forest Guard with licence is as follows:
Inventions, discoveries, National scientific labs, Mechanics of matter, properties of matter, Physical quantities, SI units, Force, motion and energy, Magnetism, Nature of the Universe, Scientific laws, electricity and electronics, Heat, light and sound.
Elements, Compounds, Acids, bases and salts, Fertilizers, pesticides, insecticides.
Human diseases, prevention and remedies, Animals, plants and human life, Main Concepts of life science, Classification of living organism, Nutrition and dietetics, Respiration, Zoology, Blood and blood circulation, Reproductive system, Environment, ecology, health and hygiene.
Sports & games, Books & author‘s, Awards & honors, India and its neighbors Latest diary of events, national, National symbols, Profile of States, Eminent persons & places in news.
Public awareness & General administration, Welfare oriented govt. schemes, their utility, Problems in conduct of public elections, Political parties and political system in India.
Present socio‐economic problems
Latest inventions and discoveries in the field of science & technology
Agricultural pattern, Transport & communication, Social geography, population density and distribution, Natural calamities and Disaster Management, Monsoon, rainfall, weather & climate, Water resources, rivers in India, Soil, minerals & natural resources, Forest & wildlife, Earth and Universe, Solar system.
History and culture of India and Tamil Nadu:
Growth of rationalist, Dravidian movement in TN‐Political parties and populist schemes, Indus valley civilization, Guptas, Delhi Sultans, Mughals and Marathas, Age of Vijayanagaram and the bahmanis, South Indian history, Culture and Heritage of Tamil people, India since independence, Characteristics of Indian culture,Unity in diversity, race, colour, language, custom of India as a secular state.
Tamil Nadu‐ Judiciary in India , Rule of law, Elections, Official language and Schedule‐VIII, Corruption in public life, Anti‐corruption measures, CVC, Lok adalats, Ombudsman, CAG‐ Right to information Empowerment of women, Consumer protection forms Constitution of India, Preamble to the constitution, Salient features of constitution, Union state and territory, Citizenship, rights amend duties, Fundamental rights, Fundamental duties, Human rights charter, Union legislature, Parliament ,panchayat raj. State executive, State Legislature, assembly, Local government.
Social sector problems, population, education, health, employment, poverty, Economic trends in Tamil Nadu, Indian economy, Five year plans, model an assessment, Land reforms & agriculture, Application of science in agriculture, Industrial growth, Rural welfare oriented programmers.
Indian National Movement
Emergence of national leaders, National renaissance, Different modes of agitations, Role of Tamil Nadu in freedom struggle Rajaji, VOC, periyar, Bharathiar & others
Aptitude & Mental Ability Tests
Analytical interpretation of data, Visual Reasoning, Alpha numeric Reasoning, Number Series, Conversion of information to data, Collection, compilation and presentation of data, Tables, graphs, diagrams, Parametric representation of data, Simplification, Percentage, Highest Common Factor(HCF), Lowest Common Multiple (LCM)‐ Ratio and Proportion, Simple interest, Compound interest, Area, Volume, Time and Work, Logical Reasoning.
Candidates successful in the Online Examination will be called for Certificate Verification, Physical Standards Verification and Endurance Test.