RPSC recently announced the results of Clerk Grade 2 exam that was held in October. Last year on the 23rd October, RPSC had conducted the examination in which 6.99 lakh candidates had applied. Now the result is out and the candidates can access the result online from the official website. The Board had earlier promised that the results will be announced within 100 days of the exam. The commission also promised that if there is any loophole in the newly introduced correction pattern, then strict action will be taken.
The result was out on the 16 January, just after the beginning of the Hindu New Year. The Rajasthan Public Service Commission has also declared the marks of the exam at its official website. The qualified candidates will now have to take the typing test. A total of 19,088 candidates have been shortlisted by the Commission for the phase 2 exam (typing test). The dates for the typing test will be announced by the RPSC soon.
Cut off marks analysis and statistics
RPSC LDC Clerk exam consisted of two papers, here is a descriptive analysis of both the papers:
Paper 1 (Mathematics, General Knowledge, and General Science): This paper had a total of 150 marks. The cut off marks decided for different categories are as follows- Gen- 80.71, OBC-74.48, SC- 60 to 63, ST- 52 to 55 and physically disabled- 50 to 53.
Paper 2 (General Hindi, General English): Each section consisted of 75 marks that made a total of 150 marks. The cut off marks decided for different categories are as follows- Gen- 80.71, OBC-74.48, SC- 61 to 64, ST- 55 to 58 and physically challenged- 51 to 53.
Category wise cut off
Cut off for Male: General (80.71), OBC (74.48), SC (42 to 43) and ST (40 to 41)
Cut off for Female: General (80.71), OBC (74.48), SC (40 to 41) and ST (40)
After around 25 days of the exam, the Commission had published the answer keys of the exam as a standard procedure to be followed before preparing the results. The candidates were asked to submit the feedbacks and accordingly, the final answer keys were prepared by the expert panel. Around 7 lakh candidates had taken the exam held across 2000 test venues in the State. There are 7,571 vacancies to be filled under the recruitment process.