TNSPC Postal Coaching

The study material published by Indian IAS Academy for the following subjects for TNPSC Exam (Group 1, Group 2, Group 4 & VAO) is in English & Tamil medium only, the Postal course fees mentioned against each subject:


TNPSC Group 1 Preliminary Exam

General Studies (available in both English or Tamil) Rs 2,500/-

TNPSC Group 2 Exam

General Studies (available in both English or Tamil) Rs 2,500/-

General Tamil Rs 500/-

Postage Charges (Per Course) Rs 100/-


NOTES

The entire study material is ready and will be despatched in two lot. Hence, the candidates who wish to start their preparation early for the TNPSC Exam may send the payment as per the details given above.


Please note that the study material is sent by Registered Parcel/Speed Post on the next working day, after we receive the payment along with the Registration/Enrolment Form for Postal Guidance or the request letter. Hence, the candidates may expect the study material in 7 to 9 days’ time, after it has been despatched by the Indian IAS Academy, Chennai.


The payment for the material is to be sent in advance along with the form for STUDY MATERIAL to the Indian IAS Academy, AB-101, P.K.S. Complex, 6th main Raod, Shanthi Colony, Anna Nagar, Central Chennai, Chennai – 40.


The payment is to be made either through a Money Order or Cash / Demand Draft in favor of INDIAN IAS ACADEMY Payable at Chennai.


The study material can also be purchased directly from the office of the Indian IAS Academy against cash payment or by demand draft/pay order, on any working day between 10.00 a.m. and 6.00 p.m.


No request for refund of the payment or change in the subject will be allowed.


In the case of General Studies, a supplement on Current Affairs for Prelim Exam would be published by the Indian IAS Academy, approximately one month before the Prelim Exam.

  • Home Minister Rajnath Singh has asked Pakistan to stop ceasefire violations along the Line of Control and International Border. Speaking at the 53rd raising day function of Indo Tibetan Border Police in Greater Noida in the vicinity of Delhi today, Mr Singh said Indian security forces never started firing, they only retaliated to unprovoked firing by Pakistani troops. The Home Minister said, India wants peace and is willing to resolve the border disputes with China through talks. Appreciating the role of ITBP in guarding the Sino-Indian border Mr Singh said it has made immense contribution in maintaining internal security and protecting unity and integrity of the country. He also recalled the services of ITBP in protecting lives and properties during the terror attack at Indian Embassy in Kabul. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also saluted the ITBP personnel on the raising day. In a message, Mr Modi said that country is proud of their valour, determination and service to the nation. The force was raised on 24th October in 1962. It is deployed on border guarding duties from Karakoram Pass in Ladakh to Jachep La in Arunachal Pradesh covering 3488 kilometer of India-China Border manning Border Outposts on altitudes raging from 9000 feets to 18700 feets in the Western, Middle and Eastern Sector of the Border.
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