TRB TN Lecturer Vacancies 1060 Posts updated on 12th August 2022

Teachers Recruitment Board (TRB), Tamil Nadu has announced a notification for the recruitment of Lecturer vacancies in Government Polytechnic Colleges and Special Institutions (Engineering/ Non Engineering). Those Candidates who are interested in the vacancy details & completed all eligibility criteria can read the Notification & Apply Online.

Lecturer Vacancies 2019

Brief Information of this Sarkari Job in 2020

Teachers Recruitment Board (TRB), Tamil Nadu has announced a notification for the recruitment of Lecturer vacancies in Government Polytechnic Colleges and Special Institutions (Engineering/ Non Engineering). Those Candidates who are interested in the vacancy details & completed all eligibility criteria can read the Notification & Apply Online.

Last Date12-Feb-2020
Advertisement No.14/2019
Post NameTRB TN Lecturer Online Form 2019
Total Vacancies1060
LocationChennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Fee DetailsFor Others: Rs. 600/- For SC/ SCA/ ST & PWD Candidates: Rs. 300/- Payment Mode (Online): Net Banking/ Credit Card/ Debit Card

Vacancy Details of this Sarkari Job in 2020

Sr.Post NameNo.of PostsQualificationAge Limit
1Lecturer1060Post Graduation (PG) with Relevant Experience upto 57 yrs

Dates to Remember for this Govt. Job

Start Date22-Jan-2020
End Date12-Feb-2020
Date of Advertisement17-Dec-2019
Date of Notification27-11-2019
Date of Online Computer Based Exam02 & 03-05-2020
Latest Update23-01-2020

TRB is the name given the lead column of each issue of The New Republic magazine.

Historically, the writer most closely identified with “TRB” was Richard Strout, who wrote “TRB” from 1943 to 1983. Other TRB columnists have included Michael Kinsley, Andrew Sullivan, Peter Beinart, Jonathan Chait, and Timothy Noah.

On the origin of the name “TRB”, Richard Strout said:

Bruce Bliven invented that. They wanted it — the magazine was published in New York at that time and they wanted an inside column from Washington, and they wouldn’t have a name on it because they wanted to alternate it with various newspapermen. Frank Kent was the first one, so they decided they would put some initials on it, and they waited and waited and finally the composing room man came to them said, “You’ve got a half an hour to think what you are going to sign on it, the initials.” And Bruce Bliven had just come over from Brooklyn on the Brooklyn Rapid Transit, the BRT, so he just changed it around from BRT to TRB.

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