RPSC LDC Selection Process: Check RPSC LDC Selection Process From Here

RPSC LDC Selection Process:

Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) Lower Divisional Clerk Competitive Exam selection process details are mentioned below…

Selection Process:

The Competitive Examination shall include the following papers and each paper shall carry the number of marks as shown against it, namely

1. General Knowledge, Everyday Science and Mathematics, duration 03 hrs & it carries 100 marks.
2. General Hindi and English, duration 03 hrs & it carries 100 marks.

I. For candidates other than persons with disabilities:
1. Type – writing in Hindi on Computer
(A). Speed Test, duration 10 mints & it carries 25 marks.
(B). Efficiency Test, duration 10 mins & it carries 25 marks.

2. Type-writing in English on Computer:
(A). Speed Test, duration 10 mints & it carries 25 marks.
(B). Efficiency Test, duration 10 mins & it carries 25 marks.

II. Person with disabilities will be given the average marks obtained by them in Phase-I.

1. “Persons with disabilities” means a person who is eligible for appointment on the post of Clerk Gr.-II under the provisions of the Rajasthan Employment of the persons with Disabilities Rules, 2000 (Amended as the Persons With Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation).

2. In proof of being so disabled, the candidate shall be required to submit a certificate issued by an officer not below the rank of Chief Medical and Health Officer at the time of submitting his application to the Commission for appearing in the examination.

3. The standard of the papers will be that of the Secondary Examination of the Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan. The syllabus and scope of each paper for the examination will be as prescribed the Commission from time to time and will be intimated to the candidates within the stipulated time in the manner as the Commission deem fit.

4. The Competitive Examination will be held in two phases-Phase-I and Phase-II. All the papers of Phase-I will be of objective type.

5. The marks obtained by a candidate in the Phase-I and Phase-II of the examination will be counted for determining their final order of merit.

6. It will be necessary for a candidate to do typing work on the computer and he will bring his own computer, pen and pencil for the test.

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