Veterinary Assistant Surgeon tops TNPSC Group I Exam

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Veterinary Assistant Surgeon tops TNPSC Group I Exam

The Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission on Friday released the list of successful candidates in the Group I examination 2007-2009. T.Sengottaiyan, a government veterinary assistant surgeon, was announced the topper among the 82 successful candidates. “Dedication, hard work and assistance of friends helped me achieve this. I did not expect the top ranking in the examination,” said Mr. Sengottaiyan. He received coaching from the Manidhanaeyam coaching centre in Chennai.

A total of 13 candidates have been selected for the post of Deputy Collector in the Tamil Nadu Civil Service. The result of 11 candidates has been withheld pending receipt and acceptance of certain documents called for from them.

The other candidates would be posted as Deputy Registrar of co-operative societies in the Tamil Nadu cooperative service, Assistant Director of rural development in the Tamil Nadu panchayat development service, District Employment Officer in Tamil Nadu general service. The reserve list of candidates has also been published.

One of the toppers, S.Shantha Kumar, who has been selected for the post of Deputy Collector, said that he did not seek the services of any coaching centre. “I prepared for this Group I competitive examination on my own,” he said. Mr. Shantha Kumar did his Bachelors in Manufacturing Engineering from College of Engineering, Guindy, Anna University. One year of serious preparation after graduation is enough to crack the examination, he said.

A total of 63 candidates who had studied at the Manithanaeyam IAS IPS free training centre have been successful in the 2007-2009 Group I service selection by the TNPSC.

Also, the first five positions had gone to the centre’s candidates, according to a release.

With the assistance of Manithanaeyam, a new training centre ‘Sangam’ has been started at Oorapakkam, near here.

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