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TNUSRB SI 2022 Syllabus - Complete details

The Tamil Nadu Uniformed Services Recruitment Board has released the TNUSRB SI 2022 Notification on 8 March 2022. A total of 444 vacancies have been announced and the exam will be conducted in June 2022. The exact date of the exam will be notified shortly. The last date to apply was 7 April 2022. The exam will be conducted on 25th and 26th June 2022. This article will provide the TN SI Syllabus, exam pattern, and other relevant information.

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TNUSRB SI Syllabus

The questions of the written exam for the Tamil Nadu Sub-Inspectors will be class 12 level. The detailed TNUSRB SI Syllabus is given below:

Part - I: General Knowledge (for Open and Departmental candidates )

General Science: 

This topic will judge candidates for their understanding of the science of matters pertaining to everyday life. The questions will be from physics, chemistry, and biology. It will include topics like

  • Inventions and Discoveries
  • Scientific Instruments,
  • Scientists & their contributions,
  • Diseases, their causes, prevention, and cure,
  • Human Physiology,
  • Balanced diet,
  • Human Genetics,
  • Mammals, Animals, and Birds,
  • Ecology and Environment,
  • Compounds and elements,
  • Acids, Bases & Salts,
  • Motion- Newton's Laws of motion – the Properties of Matter,
  • National Laboratories, Electricity, and various other topics.

The Indian History

  • Events and dates of Indian History from the Indus Valley Civilization to the modern administration.

Current Events

  • The latest development in science and technology
  • Political developments in India
  • New developments in Trade
  • Transport and communication
  • Historical events of the country
  • Fine Arts like dance, drama, films, painting, major literary works,
  • Games and Sports
  • National and International awards
  • National and International organizations
  • Books and Authors
  • General Technology
  • India and its Neighbours
  • Present-day India and other related topics.
  • Arts, Literature, Culture of India and Tamil Nadu.

Geography

  • India Regions
  • Weather
  • Monsoon and Climate
  • Rainfall
  • Natural disasters and calamities
  • Crops
  • Crops pattern
  • Indian Towns and Places
  • Hill Stations in India
  • National Parks
  • Major Ports
  • Minerals
  • Location of Major Industries
  • Forests and Wildlife of the country
  • Population distribution in the country and other related topics.

Indian Polity

  • The Indian Constitution
  • Salient Features Citizenship,
  • Elections,
  • Parliament & the State legislature
  • Local Self Govts.
  • Language Policy
  • Foreign Policy
  • Executive, States, and the Judiciary system
  • Centre and State Relations

Economics and Commerce

  • Agriculture
  • Major crops
  • Crop pattern in India
  • Industrial Development
  • Major, Medium, and Small Scale industries
  • Cottage Industries of Tamil Nadu
  • Village Development and Rural Development in the country
  • Price policy
  • Population and the unemployment problem
  • Inflation
  • Industrial development in India
  • Imports and exports
  • Housing
  • Drinking water and various development schemes of the State
  • Five-year plans

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Part- II: Psychology – for open (Fresh) and departmental candidates

Logical Analysis

Analyzing information logically to cover the various dimensions of the information. 

Numerical Analysis 

This area will test the candidates' quick response with regard to numerical ability.

Communication Skills

Effective usage of languages will be tested. 

Information Handling Ability

The candidate will be judged for their ability to cover various aspects of information and the inferences and connected facts he will bring out.  

Mental Ability Test

The candidates will be judged for their mental ability to draw conclusions and deductive and inductive reasoning power. They will be tested on the basis of school mathematics level problems.

Part- II will also have questions on the following police subjects for the Departmental Candidates:

PSO (Police Standing Order)

The provisions of PSO and its application in various points during the functioning. 

Police Administration

General rules with regard to the day-to-day administration of the department. 

CrPC., IPC., and Evidence Act

The basic knowledge and day-to-day usage in the Police Station and in cases that are handled 

For more details check: TNUSRB SI Notification, TNUSRB SI Application Form,  TNUSRB SI Exam Pattern, TNUSRB SI Vacancy, TNUSRB SI Eligibility Criteria, TNUSRB SI Exam Date

TNUSRB SI Selection Process

The detailed selection process is given below:

Sl. No.TestMarks (Open Quota)Marks (Departmental Quota)
1.Written Exam70 Marks85 Marks
2.Physical Efficiency Test15 MarksQualifying Exam
3.Viva-Voce/ Interview10 Marks10 Marks
4.Special Marks5 Marks (NCC/ NSS/ Sports)5 Marks (for Medals in National Police Duty Meet)
 TOTAL100 Marks100 Marks

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TNUSRB SI Exam Pattern

The exam pattern for the TNUSRB SI recruitment is given below.

For Open (Fresh) Quota

Sl. No.SubjectsMarks
1General Knowledge40 Marks
2
  • Logical Analysis,
  • Psychology Test
  • Numerical Analysis
  • Communication Skills
  • Information Handling Ability
30 Marks
 Total marks70 Marks
  • It is an objective-type multiple-choice questions test.
  • The total number of questions is 140
  • Each question carries 0.50 marks.
  • The exam duration is 150 minutes (2 hours 30 minutes)
  • Minimum passing marks are 25 marks (35 percent of 70 marks).

For Departmental Quota

Sl. No.SubjectsMarks
1General Knowledge15 Marks
2
  • Communication skills
  • Numerical skills
  • Logical Analysis
  • Information handling ability
  • Indian Penal Code
  • Criminal Procedure Code
  • Indian Evidence Act
  • Police Standing Orders and Police Administration
70 Marks
 Total marks85 Marks
  • It is an objective-type multiple-choice questions test.
  • The total number of questions is 170
  • Each question carries 0.50 marks.
  • The exam duration is 3 hours (180 minutes).
  • Minimum pass marks are 30 marks (35 percent of 85 marks).

Conclusion:

We hope this article has been helpful to you in providing details of the TNUSRB SI Syllabus, and exam pattern. Since the exam date has not been announced yet, you have enough time in hand to prepare well for the test. Also, remember that an MCQ test requires that you know your subject thoroughly. So get hold of the syllabus, go through it and start preparing. Study diligently and give it your 100 percent. You will succeed. 

FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions

Question: What are topics to be covered under Current Events?

Answer: The topics are:

  • The latest development in science and technology
  • Political developments in India
  • New developments in Trade
  • Transport and communication
  • Historical events of the country
  • Fine Arts like dance, drama, films, painting, major literary works,
  • Games and Sports
  • National and International awards
  • National and International organizations
  • Books and Authors
  • General Technology
  • India and its Neighbours
  • Present-day India and other related topics.
  • Arts, Literature, Culture of India and Tamil Nadu.

Question: What is the exam pattern for TNUSRB SI recruitment?

Answer: The exam pattern is given below:

For Open Quota: 

  • It is an objective-type multiple-choice questions test.
  • The total number of questions is 140
  • Each question carries 0.50 marks.
  • The duration of the exam is 2 hours 30 minutes.
  • Minimum passing marks are 25 marks (35 percent of 70 marks).

For Departmental Quota: 

  • It is an objective-type multiple-choice questions test.
  • The total number of questions is 170
  • Each question carries 0.50 marks.
  • The duration of the exam is 3 hours (180 minutes).
  • Minimum passing marks are 30 marks (35 percent of 85 marks).

Questions: What are topics to be covered under Economics and Commerce?

Answer: The topics are:

  • Agriculture
  • Major crops
  • crop pattern in India
  • Industrial Development
  • Major, Medium, Small-Scale industries
  • Cottage Industries of Tamil Nadu
  • Village Development
    Rural Development in India
  • price policy
  • population and the unemployment problem
  • inflation
  • Industrial development in India
  • imports and exports
  • Housing
  • Drinking water and various other development schemes of the State
  • Five-year plans.

FAQs

When will the TNUSRB SI 2022 notification be released?

TNUSRB SI 2022 notification has been announced on 8 March 2022.

How can I apply for TNUSRB SI 2022 ? +

Visit the TNUSRB login/ official website page @https://www.tnusrbonline.org/.
1. Go to the Notification or Careers tab on the Homepage
2. Click on the TNUSRB Recruitment notification 2022 and register yourself
3. Login, choose the post you wish to apply for and then fill in the form with the necessary details
4. Upload all necessary (Personal information, education) documents as required
5. Pay the application fees
6. Finally, double-check the information and save a copy of the form
7. Download it for future reference

How many vacancies have been announced for TNUSRB SI 2022? +

The number of vacancies announced for TNUSRB SI 2022 is 444.

What is the age limit to apply for TNUSRB SI 2022? +

The age limit for various categories is as follows :
1. General category: 30 years
2. Backward Class, Backward Class (Muslim), Most Backward Class/Denotified Community: 32 years
3. Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Caste (Arunthathiyar), Scheduled Tribe, Transgender: 35 years
4. Destitute Widow: 37 years
5. Ex-servicemen/Ex-personnel of Central Para-Military Forces and Departmental candidates: 47 years

When is the Tamil Nadu Sub-Inspector Exam 2022 Written Test? +

The date for the Tamil Nadu Sub-Inspector Exam 2022 Written Test will be conducted in June 2022. Exact date will be announced shortly.

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