RSMSSB Patwari answer key of Main exam has been released by the Board, while the objection submission process is yet to start. The Rajasthan Subordinate and Ministerial Services Selection Board had published the answer keys along with the master question paper on 6th January and it was announced that the candidates will be able to submit the objections against the wrong answers from 8 January.
Patwari Main exam was administered across the State on 24 December for which around 66 thousand candidates were called. As much as 6.44 lakh candidates had taken the preliminary examination held in February last year. The RSMSSB is holding the examination to fill 4,400 posts of Patwari in Revenue Board (Rajasva Mandal), the recruitment process was notified in November 2015.
The Selection Board had finally conducted the Patwari Main exam after rescheduling it three times. The exam was held in a single shift of three hours and the paper consisted of 150 multiple choice questions. As it has been the procedure, the Board had made different sets of question paper comprising of same questions but organized in different sequence.
Know how to use the official answer key
As the candidates were given different sets of question paper, it is very important to understand the process of checking the answers. The sequence of questions, as well as answers to a particular question may differ in the master question paper & answer key than the original question paper given at the exam, hence the candidates should use only the master question paper & answer key available on the RSMSSB website to match their answers. Checking each question and its answer in this manner will be the correct pattern to use the official Patwari Main answer key.
The Board has also called the candidates to submit the objections against the official answer key. The objections can only be filed through the official website. While the objection facility was notified to commence from 8th January, the link is yet to be provided (at the time of reporting). The objections can be submitted up to 11th January 12 (midnight).
Additionally, it was reported during the exam that some candidates got incomplete question paper (some questions were not printed). Such candidates can submit their objection only through offline mode by reaching the Board office in person with the original question paper. This facility would remain open only from 9 January to 11 January.
The Board will consider all the objections and prepare the final answer key. The final keys are likely to be made public by next Monday, 16 January.