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TNPSC CML Station Seniority : General TNPSC 2009 : 10 A 1 : MRB : Special TNPSC : FAQ Part 1/4

TNPSC CML Station Seniority : General TNPSC 2009 : 10 A 1 : MRB : Special TNPSC : FAQ Part 1/4

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After the results of Theory Part of General TNPSC has been released, there have been some confusion in the minds of the candidates

We here present a short FAQ for the following 4 categories of candidates. In case you do not fall under any of these, please ask your questions.

Before that let’s get some basics right

Please note that CML Seniority which is important for promotions depends on the Marks you score in the TNPSC Exam and not the date of joining. Yes. CML Seniority is not dependant on the date of joining. So a person selected by General TNPSC 2009 will be senior the person selected by Special TNPSC 2009

Within the Candidates selected by the Same Exam, the interse merit depends on your marks and your community rotation. For example, Dr.A is Rank 50 in a batch and there is another Dr.B who is rank 60 in the same batch and Both of them complete MS in 2015 April. Now, In 2024 April, both of them wold have completed 9 years teaching experience. Now if there is only one post of Prof of Surgery which is vacant, the person with Rank 50 will get it . The one with Rank 60 will get it when the next vacancy arises

To put things in right perspective,

  • Candidate Selected by General TNPSC 2003 is senior to the one selected by General TNPSC 2005
  • Candidate Selected by General TNPSC 2005 is senior to the one selected by Special TNPSC 2007
  • Candidate Selected by Special TNPSC 2007 is senior to the one selected by General TNPSC 2009
  • Candidate Selected by General TNPSC 2009 is senior to the one selected by Special TNPSC 2009
  • Candidate Selected by Special TNPSC 2009 is senior to the one selected by next TNPSC, whether it is general or special.

Category 1 : I have been appointed under 10 A 1, I have already written the Special TNPSC in Nov 2009.

Question 1.1 : What will happen if I get selected by General TNPSC 2009 (Theory Conducted in Feb 2009 and Interview in Aug 2010)

You will get the seniority of General TNPSC 2009 which will place you far ahead of those selected by Special TNPSC 2009

Question 1.1.1 : Will my services be regularized

Yes. Your services will be regularized from the date of joining under 10 A 1. Yes. No doubt about it

Question 1.1.2 : Some people are saying that if I am appointed under 10 A 1, I have to only get selected by Special TNPSC

No. That is Wrong

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Question 1.1.3 : Why are they saying like that

There could be two Reasons. One is that they are ignorant of the law. The second is that they are aware of the law, but want you to skip this exam so that you loose your seniority and thus they (or their relatives or friends) are benefited.

Question 1.1.4 : Is special TNPSC not at all required for those who are appointed under 10 A 1

If the candidate, selected under 10 A 1 is able to get selected by a General TNPSC before the Special TNPSC, he gets appointed using the Merit List of that General TNPSC and hence, becomes senior and he is not required to appear for the Special TNPSC

Special TNPSC is only for those who are not able to get selected in the General TNPSC.

Question 1.1.5 : Is there any proof for this

Check the appointment orders issued to those who were already appointed under 10 A 1 but subsequently got selected in General TNPSC 2005 Waiting List

Question 1.1.6 : In case Orals for Special TNPSC 2009 are called for before the final merit list of General TNPSC 2009 is announced, what should I do

Until the merit list of General TNPSC 2009 is announced, you are NOT Selected. So this question does not apply to you. Sorry but true. Please follow Question 1.2

Question 1.2 : What will happen if I don’t get selected by General TNPSC 2009 (Theory Conducted in Feb 2009 and Interview in Aug 2010)

You will have to appear for the Orals of Special TNPSC 2009. That will be a cake walk. In case of doubt, you can refer to the results of Special TNPSC 2007 J to cheer you up

Question 1.2.1 : Will my services be regularized

Yes. Your services will be regularized from the date of joining under 10 A 1. Yes. No doubt about it

Question 1.2.2 : Does it mean that there is no difference as far as date of regularization of services whether I get selected by General TNPSC or not

Yes. There will be no differences in the date of regularization

Question 1.2.3 : Then what is the advantage of getting selected by General TNPSC

If you get selected in General TNPSC, You move up in the CML Seniority. You will be promoted as Senior Civil Surgeon, JDHS or Dean earlier that your counterpart who could not clear General TNPSC, but got selected by Special TNPSC

Question 1.2.4 : But what is the advantage of joining as 10 A 1 instead of waiting for Regular TNPSC.

After clearing General or Special TNPSC, 10 A 1 period is taken into account for PG Eligibility. So one who joins under 10 A 1 can appear as a service candidate much earlier. Also in transfer counselling where Station Seniority is the criteria, those who joined early will be at an advantage.

Questions and Answers for the following Category 2 is available in the link Given Below

Questions and Answers for the following 2 Categories will be posted this week. Stay Tuned

  • Category 3 : I am now doing PG
  • Category 4 : I am neither doing PG nor working in Government Service under 10 A 1

Please ask your questions / doubts in the comments

Also See : Our Clarification regarding MRB 2013, Special TNPSC 2013 at TN MRB : Recruitment for 911 Assistant Surgeons, 1163 Specialists, 85 Dental Surgeons. Exam on 12/05/2013

Comments

  1. c.manoharan says

    Thank you Bru.

  2. Dr.c.manoharan says

    Now it has become clear.Keep it up Bru.

  3. dr.gandhimathi says

    thank u sir..i had several doubts abt these exams,,cleared now

  4. drramsun says

    sir,
    i have completed degree this april.can get service under 10a1 under PH CATEGORY? or should i continue preparing for pg? will 10a1 be announced this year? sir, help me decide.

  5. sir,
    my friend who got was in waiting list for 2006 tnpsc, got into service by 10a1 in 2007 june and when his waiting list moved after one and half years in 2009 and is continuing service since then. when he applied for pg after completing 3 yrs of service, his application was rejected on the ground that he didnot completed 2 yrs of service after selected through tnpsc. he as told that dms has to give a g.o to regularise his service for the period he worked under 10a1. n
    now my status,
    joined 10a1 in june 2007, wrote both general and special tnpsc, selected in theory for general tnpsc,
    now my dilemma,
    1.vill the same happen to me also, after getting selected in general tnpsc?
    2. should i wait for the result of special tnpsc?
    only bru can answer..

    • //sir,
      my friend who got was in waiting list for 2006 tnpsc, got into service by 10a1 in 2007 june and when his waiting list moved after one and half years in 2009 and is continuing service since then. when he applied for pg after completing 3 yrs of service, his application was rejected on the ground that he didnot completed 2 yrs of service after selected through tnpsc. he as told that dms has to give a g.o to regularise his service for the period he worked under 10a1. //

      There are many mistakes in this statement

      First and foremost,
      //waiting list for 2006 tnpsc//
      There was no TNPSC 2006. I have listed the TNPSCs in the beginning of this page. Please check that. Sometimes it is very sad that doctors do not even care to check what is written 🙁 🙁 Too Bad

      //was rejected on the ground that he didnot completed 2 yrs of service after selected through tnpsc//
      There is NO Rule like that

      The rules of TNPG are
      1. You have to be selected by TNPSC
      2. You have to have worked for 2 years for PG Eligibility
      Please check the prospectus yourself. If there is a rule like what you told, please tell the clause number

      //he as told that dms has to give a g.o to regularise his service for the period he worked under 10a1. //
      It is the DPH who has to regularize your service and NOT DMS. So either some one with no knowledge about the rules has guided your friend, or he has understood it wrongly.

      1. What was his seniority in TNPSC 2005.
      2. Where was his first posting in 2007.
      3. Was entries made in Service Register
      4. Was he is service CONTINOUSLY till he got selected through waiting list
      5. Where did they post him in 2009 after Waiting List was published
      6. Did he choose to remain in old station or opted for new staion
      7. Did he get proper relief and joined in new station or JUST joined New Station

      //joined 10a1 in june 2007, wrote both general and special tnpsc, selected in theory for general tnpsc,
      now my dilemma,
      1.vill the same happen to me also, after getting selected in general tnpsc?//

      I have very clearly told what will happen if you are getting selected in TNPSC. கேள்வி கேட்கும் முன்னர் ஒரு தடவை என்ன எழுதியிருக்கிறது என்பதை படித்து பார்க்கலாமே 🙂 🙂 Is there any doubt in what is given

      //2. should i wait for the result of special tnpsc?
      only bru can answer..//

      If you are selected in General TNPSC 2009, No Need to wait for the result
      If you are not selected in General TNPSC 2009, you have to wait for the result

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