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Examination being conducted by RPSC at the divisional headquarters
- 1 lakh 20 thousand 541 candidates applied, will be conducted till 26 February
The attendance of the candidates in the Assistant Forest Conservator and Forest Range Officer Grade-First (Forest Department) Competitive Examination-2018 by Rajasthan Public Service Commission is close to thirty percent. Five papers have been held at all the divisional district headquarters of the state since February 18 and it is believed that attendance is low due to the examination being conducted after two years of vacancy.
This examination is being conducted by the Commission for recruitment to a total of 204 posts. These include 99 posts of ACF and 105 posts of One Range Officer Grade First. For these posts, the commission had received 1 lakh 20 thousand 541 applications from across the state. The examination started from 18 February and will be held till 26 February 2021. The examination will not be held on Sunday, February 21.
This was the presence in five papers
On 18 February, there was a general knowledge examination in the first innings, there were 1 lakh 20 thousand 541 candidates, but 35 thousand 929 i.e. 29.81 percent attendance was present. In the second innings, all the candidates were also called in the general English examination but 35 thousand 574 i.e. 29.51 percent attendance was present. Similarly, on February 19, the examination of the subject of environmental science was conducted in the first innings, with 33.01 percent attendance. Similarly, in the second innings, there was an examination of statistics and mathematics. Only 23.85 percent candidates appeared in Statistics and 23.49 percent in Mathematics.
Three hours, two innings
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