TSPSC Junior Lecturers: Telangana Public Service Commission released the official notification for 1392 vacancies for the job posts of Junior Lecturers in the state of Telangana under the commissioner of Intermediate Education, last date to apply for the said Junior Lecturer posts is 06-01-2023, ie, 6th of January 2023. Check complete details from the notification such as eligibility, syllabus, Junior lecturers’ exam pattern, age limit, vacancies, and Junior Lecturer’s Salaries. We have compiled a foolproof exam preparation strategy to clear TSPSC Junior Lecturers for eligible government job seekers and competitive exam aspirants.
TSPSC Junior Lecturers(General Recruitment) Application Dates:
TSPC, through notification number 22/2022, released the official notification regarding the exam for Junior Lecturers posts on December 9, 2022. Aspirants who seek to work as junior lecturers for the government intermediate educational institutions can start applying for the posts from 16/12/2022, ie, 16th of December 2022. The last date to apply for TSPSC Junior Lecturers is 06-01-2023.
TSPSC Junior Lecturers Age Limit:
As per the notification released by the Telangana State Service Commission, the age limit for the posts of junior lecturers is a minimum of 18 years and a maximum age limit of 44 years. This limitation is age as of 01/07/2022. Upper age limit relaxation applies as per the reservation category. Telangana State Government Employees excluding TSRTC, Corporations, and Municiplatilties are entitled to age relaxation of upto 5 years. Maximum age relaxation of 10 years is given to Physically handicapped persons.
Minimum Age: Should not be born after 01/07/2022
Maximum Age: Should not be born before 02/07/1978
TSPSC Junior Lecturers Salary & Benefits
Working as a junior lecturer for government colleges in the state of Telangana can be very lucrative, along with the added benefits of being a government employee, job security, and timely pay revisions, junior lecturers have a basic pay range of rupees 54,220 – 1,33,630. The exact pay will be determined by the job post location and college after considering benefits like HRA, etc. Aspirants who get selected for Tier 1 and Tier 2 cities will be compensated more than others.
TSPSC Junior Lecturers Exam Date, Syllabus & Exam Pattern
The exam syllabus will be varying based on the post you are applying for, aspirants are advised to consider the syllabus for State Common Entrance Test as the benchmark for their respective subjects. Postgraduates who have prepared for exams like NET are better equipped to handle the syllabus for Junior Lecturers Exam. As per the notification released, the exam will be an objective type test that can be either a computer-based test or an offline mode exam with the former having the higher odds. The Commission reserves the official right to conduct the exam in any mode it deems fit.
|Exam Pattern Objective Type||No of Questions||Duration in Minutes||Marks|
|Paper-1 General Studies and General Abilities||150||150||150|
|Paper- 2 Concerned Subject||150||150||300|
PAPER – I: GENERAL STUDIES AND GENERAL ABILITIES
1. Current affairs – Regional, National and International.
2. International Relations and Events.
3. General Science; India’s Achievements in Science and Technology.
4. Environmental issues; Disaster Management- Prevention and Mitigation
5. Economic and Social Development of India and Telangana.
6. Physical, Social and Economic Geography of India.
7. Physical, Social and Economic Geography and Demography of Telangana.
8. Socio-economic, Political and Cultural History of Modern India with special
emphasis on Indian National Movement.
9. Socio-economic, Political and Cultural History of Telangana with special
emphasis on Telangana Statehood Movement and formation of Telangana
10. Indian Constitution; Indian Political System; Governance and Public Policy.
11. Social Exclusion; Rights issues such as Gender, Caste, Tribe, Disability etc. and
12. Society, Culture, Heritage, Arts and Literature of Telangana.
13. Policies of Telangana State.
14. Logical Reasoning; Analytical Ability and Data Interpretation.
15. Basic English (10th class Standard).
Subject Wise/Post Wise Vacancies:
|BOTANY URDU MEDIUM||15|
|CHEMISTRY URDU MEDIUM||19|
|CIVICS URDU MEDIUM||16|
|CIVICS MARATHI MEDIUM||01|
|COMMERCE URDU MEDIUM||07|
|ECONOMICS URDU MEDIUM||15|
|HISTORY URDU MEDIUM||17|
|MATHS URDU MEDIUM||09|
|PHYSICS URDU MEDIUM||18|
|ZOOLOGY URDU MEDIUM||18|
The probability of the junior lecturers’ exam being conducted in the month of June/July of 2023 is very high. However, this date is only mentioned as a probability in the official notification so that the aspirants can plan their exam preparation with a tentative date in mind. Like other TSPSC Exams, applicants would require to go through a one-time registration process on the official website to generate their TSPSC ID, applicants who have the existing TSPSC ID can proceed with their ID and wait for 7 days before the exam to download the hall ticket.
Exam Application Fee:
Applicants are required to pay an application processing fee of rupees 200 and an examination fee of rupees 120. Registered umployees are exempted from the payment of examination fee. As per the notification, main examination centers are Hyderbad, Karimnagar, Khammam, Hanumakonda, Nizamabad.
Official user guide on How to apply can be accessed at the TSPSC website here.
Based on the above syllabus and exam pattern it can be assumed that the syllabus is fairly straight forward. Applicants who have been preparing for other TSPSC competitive exams like Group 1, Group 2, and Group 4 will have an added advantage for clearing the TSPSC Junior Lecturers exam. Main reason for this being the Paper 1 General Studies. Paper 1 General Studies requires the same kind of preparation strategy that aspirants for above mentioned exams are implementing as it can said that they share same syllabus. However, applicants need to keep in mind that Paper 1 is of only 150 marks. Paper 2, like Paper 1 has same number of questions but the marks weighted for each question is almost double, ie, each question carries two marks making the paper 2 total marks at 300. This essentially breaks down to the logic that, individual subject has been given more importance in selecting the candidates. So, even if you have an added advantage of preparing for other competitive exams with out having the subject knowledge expertise of relevant subject you are applying for, it would be next to impossible to clear the exam. Hence, candidates are advised to focus more on their subject strength while balancing their preparation from paper 1 topics. TSPSC had mentioned that the tentative date for the exam is going to be in June/July 2023, leaving the applicants with an ample time of more than six months for their exam preparation. It is imperative for candidates to keep all of this in mind while they chalk out an exam preparation plan. All the best and best wishes from NewsOrbit.