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TNPSC Statistician Syllabus 2017
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TNPSC Statistician Syllabus 2017 Details
|Name of Organization||Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC)|
|Number of Vacancies||31|
|Date Of Written Test||26th November 2017|
|Application Start Date||5th September 2017|
|Application End Date||3rd October 2017|
TNPSC Statistician Exam Pattern
|Name Of The Subjects||Time Duration||Maximum Marks|
|Paper – I Single paper Degree standard (200 Questions) Statistics||3 Hours||300|
|Paper- II GENERAL STUDIES (100 Questions) General Studies (Degree Standard) – 75 Questions and Aptitude and Mental Ability (SSLC Standard) – 25 Questions
Interview and Records
- It is an objective type written test
- The Question Paper in Paper-I will be set in English only and Paper – II will be set in both English and Tamil.
- The Minimum Qualifying Marks for SCs, SC(A)s, STs, MBCs/DCs, BCs and BCMs is 172.
- The Minimum Qualifying Marks for Others is 228.
TNPSC Statistician Selection Process
TNPSC Statistician Subject Wise Syllabus 2017
- Uses, Scope and limitation of Statistics, Collection, Classification and Tabulation of data, Diagrammatic and Graphical representation, Measures of location, dispersion, Skewness and Kurtosis – Correlation and regression – Curve Fitting – Linear and Quadratic equation by the method of least squares.
- Probability – Addition, Multiplication and Baye’s Theorems and their application. Tchebychev’s inequality. Random variables – Univariate and Bivariate – Probability distributions – Marginal and conditional distributions – Expectations – Moments and cumulants generating functions.
- Probability distributions – Binomial, Poisson, Geometric and Hypergeometric. Continuous distributions – Uniform, exponential and normal. Sampling distributions and standard error, student’s ‘t’, Chi-square and F statistic – distributions and their applications.
- Estimation – Point estimation – properties of estimates Neyman – Fisher Factorization theorem(without proof) Cramer – Rao inequality, Rao – Blackwell theorem – MLE and method of Moments estimation – Interval estimation – for population mean and variance based on small and large samples.
- Tests of Hypothesis – Null and Alternative – Types of errors – Power of test, Neyman – Pearson lemma, UMP and Likelihood ratio tests, Test procedures for large and small samples – Independence of attributes, Chi-square test – Goodness of fit.
- Simple random sample – Stratified, systematic, Cluster (Single stage) Estimation of mean and variance in SKS – Sample Survey – Organisation – CSO and NSSO – Sampling and Non-Sampling errors. Analysis of Variance – Principles of design CRD, RBD and LSD – Factorial experiments (Without confounding) Missing plot techniques.
- The concept of SQC – Control Charts – X, R, p and charts Acceptance sampling plan – single and double – OC curves Attributes and Variables plan. OR Models – Linear Programming problems – Simplex method Dual – Primal, Assignment problems, Net work – CPM and PERT.
- Time series – Different components – Trend and Seasonal Variations – Determination and elimination.
- Index Numbers – Construction and uses – Different kinds of simple and weighted index numbers – Reversal tests – construction and use of cost of living index numbers – Birth and death rates – Crude and standard death rates, Fertility rates – Life table construction and uses.
- Statistical Computing using Excel – Understanding on the usage of Statistical Packages including SPSS, MINITAB and SAS.
Economics – Current socio-economic problems-New economic policy & govt. sector. Science – Latest inventions on science & technology – Latest discoveries in Health Science – Mass media & communication.
History, Indian Polity, Indian Economy, Indian National Moment, Aptitude and Mental Ability Test and Logical Reasoning.