TNPSC Forest Apprentice Syllabus & Important Questions

TNPSC Forest Apprentice Syllabus & Important Questions

Candidates who applied for TNPSC Forest Apprentice Syllabus and Other Important Study Materials here is the best place for you. Before start preparing for Forest Apprentice each every aspirant knows about the Syllabus and how many questions would be asked in the examination to take care more on those relevant topics like problem-solving, quantitive aptitude and General Tamil Question and General Science.
Download: Forest Apperntice Complete Syllabus as Pdf
Here you can download the Forest Apprentice Examination complete Syllabus Details:
Paper - I: Optional Subject - 1 (Degree Std.) (200 Questions) - 3 Hours - 300 Questions
Paper - II:
Optional Subject - 2 (Degree Std.) (200 Questions) - 3 Hours - 300 Questions
Any two optional subjects from the following 17 subjects given below subject to the conditions that the applicant shall not be allowed to take more then one subjects in the same group:

Group I Subjects as follows

1. Agriculture (Code No.284)
2. Horticulture (CodeNo.278)
3. Animal  Husbandry  and Veterinary Science (Code No. 296)

Group II

4. Computer Applications (Code No.288)
5. Computer Science (Code No.286)

Group III

6. Mathematics (CodeNo.276)
7. Statistics (Code No.274)

Other Subjects

8. Botany (Code No.268)
9. Chemistry (Code No.243)
10. Engineering (All Engineering subjects including Agricultural Engineering) (Code No. 230)
11. Environmental Science (Code No.298)
12. Forestry (Code No.283)
13. Geology (Code No.239)
14. Marine Biology (Code No.293)
15. Physics (Code No.241)
16. Wildlife biology (Code No.291)
17. Zoology (Code No.270)

Compulsory Subject

General Studies(Degree Std.)  (150 Questions)
Aptitude and Mental Ability Test (S.S.L.C. Std.) (50 Questions)

Optional Papers - I & II Objective Type

Unit 1 - Importance of Agriculture
Unit 2 - Fundamentals of Crop Production
Unit 3 - Natural Resource Management
Unit 4 - Crop Management & Allied Agricultural Activites
Unit 5 - Crop Management
Unit 6 - VI Seed Science and technology
Unit 7 - VII Crop Protection principles and practices
Unit 8 - Farm business and finance management
Unit 9 - Agricultural marketing and market intelligence
Unit 10 - X Agricultural Extentension: Principles and methods

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