RPSC (RAS) Admit Card 2013 Call Letter rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in

RPSC (RAS) Admit Card 2013, Call Letter – rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in

Rajasthan Administrative Service, RAS is carried out by the Rajasthan Public Service Commission, RPSC, to recruit eligible candidates for various services in RPSC. There are so many candidates who are going to attend the RAS for the current academic year, they can download their Admit Cards from the official site of the RPSC.

The RPSC for the current academic year is going to be held on 30th of May 2013 and on the 17th of June 2013. So all the candidates, who is going to attend the RAS, are requested to download their Admit Cards soon. Admit cards are must to carry with candidates when going to attend the examination. The Admit Card is the only identity of the candidates so the candidates needs to have their Admit Cards with them.

Also candidates without the Admit Cards will not be permitted to enter into the examination Hall. There are main 4 sections in the paper of the RAS. All 4 sections contain questions of different subjects. After the examination has been completed, the final list will be displayed as per all candidates’ performance. The final list will be made based upon the performance in Prelims, Main Exam and the Personal Interview.

To download the Admit Card, candidates has to go to the official site of the RPSC and by entering the Registration number as well as the Date of Birth, candidates can download their Admit Card. Candidates are requested to have their Admit Card into Hard Copy as well as in Soft Copy. So if the Hard copy is misplaced, then candidates can have another print out of the Soft Copy.

The official site of the RPSC is given below, just click on the link to go to the official site of the RPSC:

http://rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in

Updated: May 10, 2013 — 6:09 pm

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