TNPSC Assistant Engineer Syllabus
TNPSC Assistant Engineer Syllabus

TNPSC Assistant Engineer Exam Pattern

Exam TypePapersSubjectsQuestionsMarksExam Duration
Paper-IAgriculture Engineering (Only for Agriculture Engineering Applicants)2003003 Hours
Objective TypeBasics of Engineering (Only for Mechanical, Civil, Automobile, Production, and Industrial
Engineering Applicants)
Paper-IIGeneral Studies1002002 Hours
  • The TNPSC Online Exam consists of two objective type papers – Paper I & Paper II.
  • Paper I consists of 200 questions for 300 marks and Paper II contains 100 multiple choice questions for 200 marks.
  • The Exam Duration for Paper 1 is 3 Hours and Paper 2 is for 2 Hours.
  • For every wrong answer, 1/4th of the marks allotted to that question will be deducted.
  • There will be Paper wise cut-off. The applicants should get qualifying marks on both papers.
  • In Paper 1, there will be questions from Agricultural Engineering, and in Paper 2, there will be questions from Basics of Engineering.

TNPSC AE Syllabus – General Studies

  • General Science.
    • Physics.
    • Chemistry.
    • Botany.
    • Zoology.
  • History.
  • Political Science.
  • Geographical landmarks.
  • Economics.
  • Science.
  • Indian National Movement.
  • Aptitude & Mental Ability Test.
  • Geography.
  • History & Culture of India.
  • Indian Polity.
  • Indian Economy.

TNPSC Assistant Engineer Syllabus – TNPSC AE Syllabus for Basics of Engineering

  • Mathematics.
  • Engineering Physics.
  • Basics of Civil & Mechanical Engineering
  • Engineering Chemistry.
  • English.
  • Basics of Computer Engineering.
  • Basics of Electrical & Electronics Engineering.
  • Environmental Science & Engineering.
  • Total Quality Management.
  • Principles of Management.

Tamil Nadu PSC AE Syllabus – TNPSC Assistant Engineer Syllabus for Agriculture Engineering

  • Renewable & Bioenergy.
  • Process Engineering Agricultural & Horticultural Crops.
  • Farm Power.
  • Unit Operations in Food and Agricultural Processing.
  • Farm Machinery.
  • Farm & Irrigation Structures.
  • Irrigation and Drainage.
  • Watershed Development & Management.
  • Soil Erosion & Conservation.
  • Surveying & Hydrology.

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