Thousands Appear for RPSC Teachers Exams


Thousands Appear for RPSC Teachers Exams

Over five thousand candidates appeared at the Udaipur centre for the Level 1 Teacher’s Examination conducted by Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) for the post of 3rd grade teachers in government schools.

 
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Thousands Appear for RPSC Teachers Exams

Over five thousand candidates appeared at the Udaipur centre for the Level 1 Teacher’s Examination conducted by Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) for the post of 3rd grade teachers in government schools.

Today, on 2nd June, of the 5524 registered candidates, 2339 appeared for exams at over 16 centres in the morning session which was held from 9 am to 11 am. The Udaipur District Council was responsible for the smooth conduct of exams.

In the Evening session, Level 2 Examination, of the 12981 registered candidates, 7625 appeared for the paper, which was for Sanskrit.

The candidates of which, a few reached the centre just before the commencement of the exam, were of the view that the IQ section in the paper was tougher than the other sections.

Neelam Sharma of Bohra Ganesh Ji said, “The paper was nice and easy, though it was a bit lengthy and had some sections, which were based on IQ”.

Dr. Abrar Hussain, Chief Examination Officer said, “Special arrangements were made for the blind candidates appearing in the exam”.

Dr. Abrar also informed that around 5 applicants who could not appear in yesterday’s session inspite of being eligible, were transported to the centre after their eligibility and documentation was verified.

No incidence of using illegal means was reported during the sessions, as informed by Harshvardhan Shukha, Additional Exam Officer.

A team comprising of BDO, SGM, DYSP were present at the centres to ensure smooth conduct of the examination.

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