The Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) will conduct Rajasthan Administration Services (RAS) 2016 preliminary examination on August 28 for which the admit cards will be released later this week.
RPSC RAS Pre 2016 exam would be organised in the all the district headquarters. As much as 4,09,474 candidates have applied for the exam and are now waiting for the Commission to release the admit cards. RPSC RAS Pre admit card for 28 August 2016 exam are expected to be released by August 18 and the candidates will be able to download their respective admit card from official site rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in using their application ID.
RPSC had released a press note on June 23 stating that the Commission has not made any changes in the exam pattern & syllabus and RAS 2016 exam would be based on the 2013 exam pattern only. The question paper would be based on the Bachelor’s degree standard.
Online applications for RAS Pre Exam 2016 were closed on June 25, but as many candidates complained that they had not generated Application IDs, so the Commission released a press note on August 1. These candidates were allowed to general their respective Application ID from August 2 to 5, 2016.
The Rajasthan Administrative Services Combined Competitive Exam 2016 is being organised by the Rajasthan Public Service Commission to fill total 725 posts in different departments. The whole selection process is divided into three phases : Preliminary exam, Main exam, and Interview. The RAS Preliminary exam is scheduled to be conducted on August 28 and the dates for the remaining process would be announced by the Commission in the meantime.
The Preliminary Examination would consist of one paper on General Knowledge & General Science. The paper would be of three hours, with maximum marks being 200. As per the standards, the RAS Pre exam would serve as a screening test and hence the candidates will be shortlisted for the Main exam on the basis of their performance in the Pre exam and the marks obtained by the candidates in RAS Pre exam 2016 would not be counted for determining their final order of merit. The number of candidates to be admitted to the Main Examination will be 15 times the total approximate number of vacancies (category wise) to be filled in the year in the various Services and posts.