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Sub Inspector Selection Process in Tamilnadu: With the publication of the official notification, the TNUSRB SI recruiting 2023 procedure has begun. The TNUSRB SI selection procedure includes a written test, physical tests, certificate verification, and an oral examination. Candidates must go through and pass all of these steps in order to be selected for the Sub Inspector position. The TNUSRB SI syllabus and exam format are listed below. For a detailed version of the selection procedure keep reading the article.

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Sub Inspector Selection Process in Tamilnadu 2023

The TNUSRB SI Notification 2023 for the job of Sub Inspector in the Tamil Nadu Police Department has been released, according to official sources. Candidates who are eligible and interested can view the details here. The TNUSRB SI Recruitment Selection Procedure will be carried out in four stages, as detailed below.

1. Written Examination

2. Physical Measurement Test / Endurance Test / Physical Efficiency Test

3. Personal Interview (Viva-Voice)

4. Special Marks

  • Written Examinations

The written examination is the first stage of the selection process. This is also separated into two parts.

Part 1: Tamil Language Eligibility Test

The Tamil Language Eligibility Test is only for qualifying purposes. The objective test will consist of 100 questions for 100 marks, with a time limit of 100 minutes (1 hour 40 minutes).

  • The rules for administering the Tamil Language Eligibility Test to Departmental candidates shall be the same as for Open candidates.
  • To be qualified for evaluation of their main examination OMR answer sheet, the candidate must acquire a minimum of 40 marks (40%) in the Tamil Language Eligibility test.
  • At any time, the marks achieved in the Tamil Language Eligibility Test will not be considered in preparing the provisional selection list. 

Part 2: Main Written Examination

The Main Written Examination is divided into Part A, General Knowledge, and Part B, Logical Analysis, Numerical Analysis, Psychology Test, Communication Skills, and Information Handling Ability. The written test will have a maximum score of 70 and last 150 minutes (2 hours and 30 minutes).

  • For candidates under the open quota and those under the departmental quota, the rules will be different.
  • Part A is worth 40 marks and has 80 questions of the objective kind.
  • 60 questions of an objective nature make up Part B, which is worth 30 marks.
  • To be eligible for the written exam, students must receive a minimum of 25 points (or 35%).

Certificate Verification (CV)

In the second phase of the TNUSRB SI recruitment process for 2023, candidates will be contacted for document verification after passing Part 1 of the test with the requisite minimum score and passing Part 2 of the exam with the necessary score to make the cut-off. On the specified date and time at the designated location, the board’s designated authority will check the relevant originals and photocopies of the documents. next, candidates will go through the steps that are detailed in the next sections of this article. The essential paperwork that will be needed for certificate verification is listed below.

  • The candidates will have to produce the following certificates before they are confirmed for the post:
  • If the candidate has changed their name after passing 10th, then the first page of a government gazette with the name mentioned in it must be uploaded. If not uploaded, the application will be rejected. 
  • Date of Birth proof (SSLC marks sheet)
  • Bachelor’s Degree certificate 
  • Educational Qualification for adequate knowledge in Tamil
  • Community Certificate by Tamil Nadu Government
  • Destitute Widow Certificate from the officials
  • Ex-Serviceman Discharge Certificate
  • Self undertaking certificate of serving Armed Personal obtained from the Commanding Officer.
  • NCC Certificate
  • NSS Certificate 
  • Sports/Games Certificate 
  • Sports Quota Certificate 
  • Certificate for receiving medals in National Police Duty Meet, i.e. Gold/ Silver / Bronze.
  • Scout Certificate obtained from his excellency, the President of India
  • NOC for the departmental quota candidates
  • NOC from the competent authority for all other Government servants
  • Certificate for having Studied the Bachelor’s Degree in Tamil Medium 
  • Identity Card that is issued by Tamil Nadu Transgender Welfare Board.

Physical Measurement Test (PMT) and Endurance Test (ET)

These are the next two tests in Stage 2 after certificate verification. Only the Physical Measurement Test (PMT) and Endurance Test (ET) are open to candidates who are able to demonstrate their eligibility to the commission by presenting their appropriate certifications. In the table below, which is provided further in this article, both tests are individually discussed.

  • Physical Measurement Test (PMT)

Additionally, candidates will take the Physical Measurement Test in the second round. Only candidates for open quotas are eligible for PMT. Candidates meeting the departmental quota are exempt from taking the PMT. Additionally, open quota candidate PMT standards are included in the following table. The measures will be specified in the new notification that the authorities will issue if the 2023 cycle is altered in any way: 

Height Measurements ( cms)
OC, BC, BC(M) MBC/DNC170159
SC, SC (A), ST167157
Chest Measurements ( Men Only)
Normal81 cms
Expansion in the full inspiration5 cms
Ex.CPMF/Ex-servicemen/Serving persons retiring within one year.PMT Exempted

  • Endurance Test (ET)

Again, the Endurance Test is qualifying in nature for both open and departmental quota candidates. Only the candidates who qualify in the ET will be allowed to participate in the Physical Efficiency Test (PET). The norms for open and departmental candidates for the Endurance Test are as follows:-

Endurance Test Qualifications
Men1500 meters run within 7 minutes
Women/ Transgender400 meters run within 2 minutes & 30 seconds
Ex-personnel of Central Paramilitary forces/Ex-servicemen/Serving persons retiring within one year. 1500 meters run within 8 minutes
  • A qualifying test is the endurance test.
  • Only those applicants will be permitted to take part in the Physical Efficiency Test if they pass the Endurance Test.
  • Men candidates run the 1500 meters in 7 minutes, while women candidates run the 400 meters in 2 minutes and 30 seconds.

Physical Efficiency Test (PET)

The Physical Efficiency Test (PET) is the following phase of the TNUSRB SI 2023 selection process. For applicants who qualify under the open quota, this test carries a maximum of 15 marks. Additionally, departmental applicants are not subject to the PET. The Physical Efficiency Test (PET) information for the open category is provided below. Any changes to the 2023 cycle must be announced in advance to the candidates.

Men candidates:

Sl.No.EventsOne Star (2 Marks)Two Stars (5 Marks)
1.Rope Climbing5.0 meters6.0 meters
2.Long Jump (or)High JumpLong Jump3.80 meters4.50 meters
High Jump1.20 meters1.40 meters
3.100 mts run (or)400 mts run100 mts run15.00 seconds13.50 seconds
400 mts run80.00 seconds70.00 seconds

Women and Transgender candidates:

Sl.No.EventsOne Star (2 Marks)Two Stars (5 Marks)
1.Long jump3.0 meters3.75 meters
2.Shotput (or)Cricket ball throwShotput (4 Kg)4.25 meters5.50 meters
Cricket ball throw17 meters24 meters
3.100 mts run (or)200 mts run100 mts run17.50 seconds15.50 seconds
200 mts run38.00 seconds33.00 seconds

Ex-servicemen / Ex-personnel of Central Para-Military Forces and Serving Police personnel who are going to retire within one year:

Sl.No.EventsOne Star (2 Marks)Two Stars (5 Marks)
1.Shotput (7.26 kg)5.0 meters6.0 meters
2.Long Jump (or)High JumpLong Jump3.25 meters4.50 meters
High Jump0.90 meters1.40 meters
3.100 mts run (or)400 mts run100 mts run17.00 seconds13.50 seconds
400 mts run85.00 seconds70.00 seconds


This is the third step in the 2023 Sub Inspector Selection Process in Tamilnadu. Only those candidates who passed stage 2 are qualified for this step. Both open and departmental quota candidates must complete this round. Below is information on this examination stage in more detail:- 

  • 10 points for open candidates as well as departmental quota candidates.

Special Marks

The TNUSRB SI 2023 recruitment procedure has four stages, and this one is the fourth. Before publishing the tentative cut-off list of the selected applicants, special marks are provided to candidates who have NCC, NSS, or any other sports/games certificates. These special marks will be added to their overall marks in stages 1, 2, and 3 of the recruiting process. Below are the special marks for various certificate holders:-

  • National Cadet Corps (NCC) – Maximum 2 Marks
  • National Service Scheme (NSS) – Maximum 1 Mark
  • Sports/ Games – Maximum 2 Marks

FAQs on Sub Inspector Selection Process in Tamilnadu 2023

What is the Sub Inspector Selection Process in Tamilnadu?

The written test, physical tests, certificate verification, and viva voce are all parts of the TNUSRB SI recruitment procedure. Candidates must proceed through and pass each of these phases in order to be chosen for the Sub Inspector position.

What requirements must one meet to become a sub-inspector of police in Tamil Nadu?

The applicant must have earned a bachelor’s degree from a government-approved institution in any stream. The allowed patterns are 10+2+3/4/5 or 10+3+2/3. Candidates who earned their bachelor’s degrees from open universities without following the aforementioned pattern are unable to apply for the position of sub-inspector.

What is the PET requirement for the TNUSRB SI recruitment?

The PET requirement for men is to run 1500 meters within 10 minutes, and for women/transgender, it is to run 400 meters within 2 minutes and 30 seconds.

Are departmental quota candidates exempted from the PMT and PET tests?

Yes, departmental quota candidates are exempted from the PMT and PET tests.

What is the minimum qualifying mark for the Main Written Examination?

Candidates should get a minimum of 25 marks (35%) to qualify for the written examination.

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