An evaluation of the financial transaction tax
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An evaluation of the financial transaction tax CPB Achtergronddocument, behorend bij CPB Notitie , 21 december 2011, ‘Evaluatie van de financiële transactiebelasting' Michiel Bijlsma Marcel Lever Jürgen Anthony Gijsbert Zwart 21 december 2011
  • price formation process
  • currency instruments
  • activities to untaxed locations
  • ftt
  • liquidity traders
  • financial transactions
  • trading
  • market
  • tax

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APPOLO STUDY CENTRE

TAMIL NADU PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

GROUP – I
Scheme of Exam
1. Preliminary Examination (Objective type)
General Knowledge Paper 200 Questions 300 Marks

2. Main Examination ((Descriptive type) - (Degree Standard)
Paper I 300 Marks II
3. Interview & Record 80 Marks
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680 Marks
GROUP – II

Scheme of Exam

1. Written Examination (Objective Type) -300 Marks
2. Interview - 40 Marks
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Total - 340 Marks
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Lesson Total Marks Time Limit
General Knowledge –
Degree Standard (100)
300 3 Hours
General Tamil /General
English - SSLC Standard
(100)

On objective type General Knowledge Course Content:
The Questions are of Degree level and the common areas are:
1. Indian History
2. Science
3. Geography
4. Economics
5. Indian Constitution/Polity
6. Mental ability
7. Current Affairs
18. Indian Culture
9. Tamil Nadu Culture
10. Ethics
11. Philosophy
12. Commerce
13. Sociology
14. Political Science

Distribution of Questions: (Analysis by Appolo Team
85% of the Questions are normally arised from the following areas.
1. Indian History
2. Science
3. Geography
4. Indian politics
5. Economics
6. Mental Ability
7. Current Affairs

15% of the Questions are formed:
1. Indian Culture
2. Tamil Nadu Culture
3. Ethics
4. Philosophy
5. Sociology
6. Political Science
7. History of Tamil literature
8. Computer Science

TNPSC Group I /CSSE Group II ways to win the Exam

Ambition:

The candidate should harbour and nurture the idea of winning in the
examination to be selected for the following posts in Group I as D.C / D.S.P etc
Commissioner of Municipalities /Junior Employment officer / Assistant Section
Officer / Sub Registrar / Assistant Inspector of Labour under Group II services.

Time Limit:

The candidate should study the syllabus and the list of books
recommended and reckon how much time (s)he would require to study them to
get ready for the examination. For that (s)he should draw up a good time table.

2 Candidates already employed should spend around 4 to 5 hours a day to
prepare for the examination. Those who are free should spend around 10 to 12
hours to prepare themselves for the ensuring examination. A good workable
practical time table should be drawn up for the purpose.

Guide Lines:

Candidates will do well to consult and talk to those who had taken the
examination in the years 2007 – 2008 , 2008 – 2009 and 2009 – 2010 and get their
valuable suggestions, guidelines and practical tips to win. Their experience
besides showing us the way to win, will also reveal the reasons why some failed.

Recommended Books
1. General Knowledge


Appolo Study Centre – G.K. Course Materials (Comprising of 25 volume of
books and Test papers.
(State Board Syllabus)
th th6 Std. to 10 Std - Science
th th6 Std. to 10 Std - Social Science
th th9 Std. & 10 Std - Mathematics
th th 11 Std & 12 Std - Botany, Zoology, Physics, Chemistry, History,
Geography, Statistics
+ 1 - Economics
+ 2 - Political Science - Indian Culture
General Tamil - Appolo Course Material
General English - Appolo Course Material
India Year Book, Manorama Year Book - Tamil / English
Kaiyalavu Kalanjiyam( ifasT fsQ;rpak) Published by Vikata; n Publications

2. General Tamil
th 1. Tamil Grammer (8, 9, 10 Std)
th th 2. Tamil Subject – 6 Std to 12 Std)
3. History of Tamil Literature – Dr. M. Varadharajan / Dakshinamoorthy
4. General Tamil – Appolo Study Centre General Tamil – I & General
Tamil - II





3How to study:

First the candidates should study the school text books and then only read
the Appolo Course material. The question in the examinations are of objective
type and so they should avoid reading the questions first.

First they should read the school text books units by units. Then they
should mark the right answer for fill up the blanks, choose the right answer from
the choices given. For short question the relevant area in the printed text should
be marked.

Studying the above with care, concern and responsibility they should go
to the objective type questions in the notes and Appolo ‘Q’ bank.

How to Prepare Notes:

The candidates should have separate long size note books for various
subjects like history, Geography and science. As and when you read the points in
the units they should be noted down in the note book unit wise. The note book
should have 1/3 portion margin even ½ portion margin, for when they read
further books they may get new points, good illustrations and explanations.
They can be incorporated against the point already recorded in the note book.

Recalling:

To recall is difficult to many. It causes much concern and anxiety to many.
There is an easy way to develop the art of recalling. It is 24. 7. 6. The 24 stands for
hours 7 for days in a week and 6 stand for months. It means one should revise
the lessons learnt once in 24 hours once a week and once in 6 months. This is the
key to remember things well and to recall them easily when needed.

If we get 12 hours a day for learning we should break it up as 3 units each
of 4 hours. Each units of 4 hours should be devoted to each subject. Morning is
the best time to learn the difficult subject like science. The easy ones may be
learnt in the evening. The subject which is neither very difficult nor very easy
may be studied at night. If one spends all 12 hours studying one subject that she
could cover one subject quick will not be a good idea for it will be boring causing
mental fatigue which prevents the mind from receiving and remembering the
thought idea. The wisdom of the wise saying adage variety is the spice of life
proves this point.

When they allot 4 hours for a subject they should study for 3 hours and
spend 1 hour to revise what has been learnt.
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Once a week we should revise the lessons learnt during the 7 days. It will
help them to remember and recall what has been learnt. We should complete the
study 15 days ahead of the examinations. They should revise the studied lessons
during the 15 days and try to remember them.

Continuous study without intermittent revision and recall will lead to
easy forgetting what counts is not how much we have studied but how much we
remember.

Discussion:

Two times a week the candidates will do well to discuss the lessons learnt
for about 3 hours. The group may consist of 3 to 5 likeminded candidates well
motivated to win through discussion to dispel doubts to clarify and to
conceptualise the thoughts.

Discussion is doubly blessed and beneficial. It clears doubts and helps to
communicate their thoughts crisply and to the point. This in turn will help to
communicate well during the interview.

Writing Model Examinations:

The aspiring candidates will do well to write model examinations and
evaluate them among themselves as a way to face the real examination. The
question papers of the previous TNPSC examinations and those model papers
given in the guides will be useful.

Importance of Coaching Centres:

The candidates from the rural areas think and estimate that they cannot
completely cover and study the syllabus 15 days ahead of the scheduled date of
examination. Again they have no companions to form study and discussion
group such students can complete the syllabus by joining the coaching centres in
Chennai.

The coaching classes should conduct number of examinations. By writing
them the candidates get good training in writing the examinations. Here they get
the like minded motivated peer groups for discussion. Again they can clear their
doubts in the classes handled by trained faculty members.



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Physical Exercise /Yoga:

It is advisable for the candidates to do physical exercise and practice yoga
for 30 minutes a day.

They should do either of these and not both, guidance form experts is
needed for that.

Such practice in physical exercise or yoga refreshes the body and mind
and helps the concentration on the lessons.

Training the Mind:

The wise saying is “A sound mind in a sound body”. So training of the
mind is also needed. We should avoid all negative thoughts, Positive thoughts
will keep the mind healthy when thoughts are good the words and deeds also
become good. Such a state of purity will aid concentration in work. The
candidates should ward off anger, anxiety, fear and envy from conquering the
mind. A constant daily vigil of the mental Hygeine will contribute to success
Stress Management.

Life today is full of stress and strain leading to anxiety and tension. The
candidates should be guarded to keep a calm mind under all circumstances.
They should learn the art of dealing with all problem in public life. Quite calmly
never getting excited or emotional only a strees free mind can concentrate on the
study. A stress free state of mind should be practiced much early to facilitate a
success at the time of interview. The time available after the written examination
will be short for the interview. Such short period will not be sufficient to train a
stress free mind for the interview so the training must start early.

Friends Group:

The Candidates must mingle with friends. Such friends who will
encourage and will give an optimistic outlook of hope to win. It will be good to
avoid such friends with pessimisom and negative thinking.

Festivals / Travel / Picnic / Excursions:

During the serious period of preparation it is advisable to avoid festivals,
travels, Excursions and picnic as they will affect the intensive study and
concentration. We can reserve them for the relaxation and rejuvenation after the
examination.
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Food Habits:

Candidates should keep the body and mind healthy fit alert and agile for
long hours of work. Good deity habit are needed for the same. The food they
take should be simple but nutrition’s and fibre rich. They should carefully avoid
such items of food which do not suit them well. Digestion will be facilitated by
taking in liquids in the form of butter milk and lender coconut.

Every day counts during the preparation for the examination for hard
work. Good food items along with correct and timely intake will keep them
healthy for the work.

Sleep:

The candidates should sleep for 7 hours a day. The anxiety to complete the
lessons should not lead to keeping awake long and reducing the needed 7 hours
of sleep. For the lack of sleep will spoil health and endurance for sustained
examination work.

Other Tips:

The candidates taking up the examination are on the increase. The
competition is much so they have to cover the syllabus on time and write model
examinations for sure success in Group I & CSSE Group II. This situation
demands a full time study. So the candidates in employment should take leave to
prepare for the examination.

The Role of Parents:

Parents on their part should not expect that their children after completing
degree course will automatically get employed. They have to provide all help to
their children to periods ranging from 6 months to one year to prepare for the
TNPSC examination. Then only they can expect their children to pass these
examinations which demand long through preparation with full concentration
and good motivation.

Begin Today:

There is an old Tamil saying “Do one thing that too a good one, start it
today. Begin right now”. This golden rule applies well for preparation to the
TNPSC Group I & Group II examinations. Don’t Post pone it to the next day set
your mind on the task. Develop the determination and the Ulysession will to
7strive, to seek, to find and not to yield. Let the words of swami Vivekananda
“Arise Awake and Stop not till the goal is reached” Let it be the clarion call to
motivate you well here and right now without a second thought and a delay of
any kind or manner. The will, the right mind set, planning the work and working
the plan keeping in mind the many guidelines given above will land you
‘success’ adding feather to your glory. You will prove your worth and potential
to render the yeoman service to the state and people with love loyalty, care and
concern to make progress easy. The pass in the examination and selection in the
interview opens the gate to become public government servants to make the state
rich in many ways.
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2. mwptpay (Science)

i. ,awgpay (Physics)
ii. Ntjpapay (Chemistry)
iii. jhtutpay (Botany)
iv. tpyqfpay (Zoology)


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ii. ,ejpag Gtpapay (Geography of India)
iii. jkpoehlLg Gtpapay (Geography of Tamil Nadu)
4. ,ejpa murpayikgG (Indian Constitution / Polity)

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9. jkpofg gzghL (Tamil Nadu Culture)

10. mwapay (Ethics)

11. jjJttpay (Philosophy)

12. tzpftpay (Commerce)

13. r%ftpay (Sociology)

14. murpay mwptpay (Political Science)


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