TNUSRB Recruitment 2018: The results for Common Recruitment Examination (Grade II) has been announced by the Tamil Nadu Uniformed Services Recruitment Board (TNUSRB) today. The results of the TNUSRB recruitment 2018 was released on its official website- tnusrbonline.org. Candidates who had appeared for the examination, may check the official website- tnusrbonline.org.
Steps to check TNUSRB Recruitment 2018 Results:
- Visit the TNUSRB official website- tnusrbonline.org.
- Under Ongoing recruitments, click on the ‘existing user click her to login‘ link
- A new window opens. Enter your User ID and password to view your result.
- Download and take a printout of the result for future reference.
The board has also released the answer keys of the TNUSRB Recruitment 2018 and candidates may check it logging in to the official website- tnusrbonline.org. It may be noted that every five candidates would be called against one candidate to be selected for a particular position.
TNUSRB conducted the examinations for the recruitment of 6140 posts of which 5538 were for Police Constable Grade II, 365 for Jail Warder Grade II and 237 for Firemen positions. The 5538 positions for Police Constable Grade II are actually the backlog vacant positions in the police force. The written exam for TNUSRB recruitment was conducted in offline mode. There were two sections in the paper- General Knowledge for 50 marks and Psychology for 30 marks. The 80 marks written paper isn’t the only step which needs to be cleared for getting a job in the above mentioned positions. Candidates interested in seeking a job will have to qualify the physical measurement test, endurance test, physical efficiency test and document verification once they’ve cleared the written examination.
The common recruitment exam for TNUSRB recruitment 2018 was conducted on March 11. Nearly 5 lakh aspirants had appeared for the exam. Over 35,000 candidates had appeared in the central zone for the combined recruitment of Grade -II Police Constables, Grade II Jail Warders and Firemen positions, The Hindu report said.