Village Administrative Officer Examination News

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Post of Village Administrative Officer in the Tamilnadu Ministerial Service for the Year 2012 – 2013

Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission Chairman R.Natraj has announced the results for Tnpsc VAO Examination which was held on 30th September, 2012 for the recruitment of 1870 VAO.

Around 9 Lakh people appeared for the exam. Those candidates who have appeared in TNPSC VAO written examination  can check their TNPSC VAO 2012 results from the below link.

VAO September Exam Answer Key :

TNPSC VAO Results 2012 :

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Training for VAOs begins

Village Administrative Officers ( VAOs ) should strive to implement the State government-sponsored schemes, said C. Manoharan, Collector, on 27th November, 2012. Inaugurating a three – day training for the Village Administrative Officers on computerising the data of land records and other entries in village revenue titles, Mr. Manoharan said that the VAOs played a key role in executing the State government – sponsored schemes.

The government has also sanctioned laptop to every VAO. He said personnel from the ELCOT ( Electronics Corporation of Tamil Nadu ) would impart the training to them for three days. Earlier, he gave away laptops to 40 VAOs from Pudukottai division.

The district accounts for a total of 369 VAOs and laptops would be issued to them in a phased manner. K. Nagarajan, District Revenue Officer, and C. Muthumari, Revenue Divisional Officer, were present.

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Over 30,000 appear for VAO Examination

Around 30,000 persons on 30th September, 2012 appeared for the Village Administrative Officer examination, which was held at 109 centres in the district.

According to sources, the district administration had deployed a chief invigilator for each of the centres. The invigilators were supported by flying squads and special squads. In all, the administration had deployed close to 2,000 employees.

The administration had also installed security cameras at the examination centres. Collector M. Karunagaran visited examination centres in Devanga School, Ammani Ammal School and a few others.

Tirupur Staff :

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In Tirupur, as many as 17,418 persons from the district wrote the examinations held at 51 centres in the district amid tight police security.

This part, 16 mobile teams equipped with wireless sets and other modern communication gadgets carried out overall surveillance at the centres during the examination hours.

Of the 17,418 candidates, a maximum of 9,106 persons wrote the examination at the centres falling under Tirupur taluk.

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More than 20 p.c. Absentees in VAO Exam

More than 20 per cent of the aspirants of Namakkal district who applied for the post of Village Administrative Officer did not write the exam that was conducted on 30th September, 2012.

District Collector D. Jagannathan, who inspected one of the examination centres in Namakkal, said that a total of 26,355 candidates applied for the exam, but only 20,681 ( 78.5 per cent ) appeared.

Ninety chief invigilators and 1,315 hall invigilators were involved in exam duty. The exam was conducted in 53 centres across the district. District Revenue Officer G. Senguttuvan said that fool – proof arrangements were made to ensure that the question paper was not leaked. He said that the arrival of question papers at the examination centres and sealing the packages with the completed answer scripts were video recorded.

More than 50,000 candidates appeared for the written examination conducted by the Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission for the posts of Village Administrative Officers in Salem district on 30th September, 2012.

The examination was conducted in nine centres at 120 examination halls spread across the district with 14 flying squads monitoring the process.

Examinations were recorded by 120 video graphers.

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VAO Examination on 30th September, 2012

Written examinations for the recruitment of village administrative officers conducted by Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission would be held at 93 centres in the district on 30th September, 2012.

About 41,360 persons have applied in the district. Hundred and sixty – five chief invigilators would be deployed to supervise the exams, Collector Jayashree Muralidharan said at a training programme for invigilators here on 21st September, 2012. She said 16 flying squads have been formed to conduct surprise checks at centres. The examination would be video graphed and mobile phones would not be allowed. DRO T.Thiyagarajan spoke.