TNPSC Junior Scientific Officer (JSO) Exam Pattern & Syllabus
Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) has released Notification for the post of Junior Scientific Officer in the Forensic Sciences Department. Applications are Invited from Eligible Candidates. Candidates can apply online from 21.06.2019 to 22.07.2019.
Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) has going to Conduct Written Exam for the post of Junior Scientific Officer. Here We have given Exam Pattern & Syllabus. It is very useful for those who are preparing for Junior Scientific OfficerRecruitment. Candidates can download Exam Pattern & Syllabus from the below-mentioned links.
TNPSC JSO Syllabus
UNIT- I : Forensic Science – Definition – Development of Forensic science in India – Organization and functions of Forensic laboratory
UNIT- II: Physical evidence – their classification and significance – Locard’s Principle of exchange- class and individual characteristics. Crime Scene examinations – documentation of crime scene- recognition, collection, preservation, and transportation of physical evidence for laboratory examinations. Fundamentals of photography – crime scene photography
UNIT – III :
Foot and tyre impressions – Walking pattern – Recording and examination of footprints and tyre prints. Finger prints – Fundamental principles – Fingerprint patterns – classification of fingerprints – methods of developments of latent finger prints.
UNIT- IV : Tool marks – identification – restoration of filed off/erased marks – Detection of counterfeit coins and currency. Fire arms, Bullet and cartridge case identification – pellets and wads – Range of firing.
UNIT- V : Fire and arson – Natural fires – Arson – Accelerants – Combustible properties of flammable substances. Explosives – Classification of explosive substances – Combustion, detonation and explosion – Effects of explosion – Military and industrial explosives – Improvised explosive devices – Explosive residues – Residues examination.
UNIT- VI :
Questioned documents, identification of hand writing, type writer and forged signatures – Erasures and alterations on documents and their detection
UNIT – VII : Broken glass – glass fractures – direction of force – backward fragmentation – comparison of glass fragments. Forensic examination of soil and paints, Theory and practice of polygraph and voice identification
UNIT- VIII : Toxicology – classification and mode of action of poisons – narcotic drugs – alcoholic beverages – isolation and identification of poisons, drugs and alcohol 20
UNIT- IX : Examination of biological fluids – blood, seminal and saliva stains – forensic characterization of the above stains – stain patterns of the blood, Examination of fibres, hair, bones, teeth and skull – Fundamental of DNA typing.
UNIT- X : Instrumental methods of organic analysis – principles of chromatography, spectrophotometry, and mass spectrometry. Instrumental methods of inorganic analysis – Principles of emission and atomic absorption spectra – X-ray diffraction – Neutron activation analysis.
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