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RPSC RAS 2021- Rajasthan High Court has released the RPSC RAS 2021 admit card for mains exam on March 13, 2022 in online mode on the official website - rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in. The RPSC RAS 2021 mains exam is rescheduled to be conducted on March 20 & 21, 2022.
Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) conducts RPSC RAS 2021 to recruit candidates for the various administrative posts available under the Commission. Candidates are shortlisted for final allotment of posts on the basis of three exam stages – Prelims, Mains and Interview.
The RPSC RAS 2021 Prelims exam is qualifying in nature, therefore, marks obtained in the exam stage are not considered while preparing the final result. The marks of Prelims are only used to select candidates for the next stage of selection process. Candidates are selected for recruitment to the preferred posts on the basis of performance in Mains and Interview.
RPSC RAS 2021 Highlights
|Full Exam Name||Rajasthan Public Service Commission Administrative Services Exam|
|Short Exam Name||RPSC RAS|
|Conducting Body||Rajasthan Public Service Commission|
|Frequency of Conduct||Once a year|
|Mode of Application||Online|
|Application Fee (General)||350 Rs [Online]|
|Mode of Exam||Offline|
|Mode of Counselling||Offline|
|Number of Seats||988 Seats|
RPSC RAS 2021 Important Dates
RPSC RAS Main Exam (Session 2021)
Past Dates and Events
30 Aug, 2022
Result | Mode: Online
20 Mar, 2022 - 21 Mar, 2022
Exam | Mode: Offline
13 Mar, 2022
Admit Card | Mode: Online
RPSC RAS Preliminary Exam (Session 2021)
Past Dates and Events
19 Nov, 2021
Result | Mode: Online
08 Nov, 2021 - 10 Nov, 2021
Answer Key - Challenge window | Mode: Online
03 Nov, 2021
Answer Key | Mode: Online
27 Oct, 2021
Exam | Mode: Offline
20 Oct, 2021
Admit Card | Mode: Online
RPSC RAS (Session 2021)
Past Dates and Events
04 Aug, 2021 - 02 Sep, 2021
Application | Mode: Online
20 Jul, 2021
Advertisement | Mode: Online
RPSC RAS 2021 Eligibility Criteria
The eligibility criteria of RPSC RAS is prescribed by the Rajasthan Public Service Commission along with the notification. RPSC RAS eligibility criteria has been given below.
Age Limit: Candidates must be at least 21 years and not exceed 40 years of age to be eligible for the exam.
Educational Qualification: To apply successfully for the exam, candidates should have completed graduation from a recognised University.
Mode of Application : Online
Mode of Payment : Net Banking | Credit Card | Debit Card | Other
The RAS application form 2021 has been released online by Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) today, August 4, 2021. The RPSC RAS application form 2021 last date is September 2, 2021. To apply for the exam, candidates will first need to register for the exam. After registering, candidates will be able to fill information in the RPSC RAS application form such as personal, educational and other details. After furnishing all details, candidates will need to make payment of application fee. After making fee payment candidates will need to submit the application form.
How to fill RPSC RAS application form 2021:
- Click on the link
- Register by providing all details
- After registration, provide personal, academic and other details
- Make payment of fee
- After fee payment, click on ‘Submit’
|General||Online||Female, Male||₹ 350|
|SC, ST||Online||Female, Male||₹ 150|
|OBC, EWS||Online||Female, Male||₹ 250|
RPSC RAS 2021 Syllabus
RPSC RAS Preliminary Exam Syllabus
General knowledge and general science
History, art, culture, literature, tradition, and heritage of Rajasthan
|Major landmarks in the history of Rajasthan, major dynasties, their administrative and revenue system|
|Freedom movement, political awakening, and integration|
|Salient features of architecture-forts and monuments|
|Arts, paintings, and handicrafts|
|Important works of rajasthani literature|
|Fairs, festivals, folk music and folk dances|
|Rajasthani culture, traditions, and heritage|
|Religious movements, saints, and Lok devtas of Rajasthan|
|Important tourist places|
|Leading personalities of rajasthan|
|Ancient and medieval period: Salient features and major landmarks of ancient, and medieval India, art, culture, literature, and architecture. Major dynasties, their administrative system. Socioeconomic conditions, prominent movements|
|Modern period: Modern Indian history (from about the middle of the eighteenth century until the present)-significant events, personalities and issues. The freedom struggle and Indian national movement|
|Modern period: Its various stages and important contributors, and contributions from different parts of the country. Social and religious reform movements in the 19th, and 20th century. Post-independence consolidation and reorganization within the country|
Geography of world and India
|World geography: Broad physical features. Environmental and ecological issues. Wildlife and biodiversity. International waterways. Major industrial regions|
|Geography of India: Broad physical features and major physiographic divisions. Agriculture and agro based activities. Minerals-iron, manganese, coal, oil, and gas, atomic minerals. Major industries and industrial development. Transportation|
|Geography of India: Major transport corridors. Natural resources. Environmental problems and ecological issues|
Geography of Rajasthan
|Broad physical features and major physiographic divisions|
|Natural resource of rajasthan|
|Climate, natural vegetation, forests, wildlife and biodiversity|
|Major irrigation projects|
|Mines and minerals|
|Major industries and potential for industrial development|
Indian constitution, political system, and governance
|Constitutional development and Indian constitution: Government of India acts-1919 and 1935, constituent assembly, nature of Indian constitution; preamble, fundamental rights, directive principles of state, fundamental duties, federal structure|
|Constitutional development and Indian constitution: Government of India acts-constitutional amendments, emergency provisions, public interest litigation (PIL) and judicial review|
|Indian political system and governance: Nature of Indian state, democracy in India, reorganization of states, coalition governments, political parties, national integration. Union and state executive; union and state legislative, judiciary president|
|Indian political system and governance: Parliament, supreme court, election commission, comptroller and auditor general, planning commission, national development council, central vigilance commission (CVC), central information commission, Lokpal|
|Indian political system and governance: National human rights commission (NHRC). Local self government and Panchayati raj|
|Public policy and rights: National public policy as a welfare state. Various legal rights and citizen charter|
Political and administrative system of Rajasthan
|Governor, chief minister, state assembly, high court, Rajasthan public service commission, district administration, state human rights commission, Lokayukta, state election commission, state information commission|
|Public policy, legal rights, and citizen charter|
Economic concepts and Indian economy
|Basic concepts of economics: Basic knowledge of budgeting, banking, public finance, national income, growth and development, accounting-concept, tools and uses in administration, stock exchange and share market, fiscal and monetary policies, subsidies|
|Basic concepts of economics: Public distribution system, E-commerce, inflation-concept, impact, and control mechanism|
|Economic development and planning: 5 year plans-objectives, strategies, and achievements. Major sectors of economy-agriculture, industry, service, and trade-current status, issues, and initiatives. Major economic problems and government initiatives|
|Economic development and planning: Economic reforms and liberalization|
|Human resource and economic development: Human development index, poverty and unemployment: Concept, types, causes, remedies, and current flagship schemes|
|Social justice and empowerment: Provisions for weaker sections|
Economy of Rajasthan
|Macro overview of economy|
|Major agricultural, industrial, and service sector issues|
|Growth, development, and planning|
|Infrastructure and resources|
|Major development projects|
|Programmes and schemes-government welfare schemes for SC/ ST/ backward class/ minorities/ disabled persons, destitute, women, children, old age people, farmers and labourers|
Science and technology
|Basics of everyday science|
|Electronics, computers, information and communication technology|
|Space technology including satellites|
|Human body, food, and nutrition, health care|
|Environmental and ecological changes, and its impacts|
|Biodiversity, biotechnology, and genetic engineering|
|Agriculture, horticulture, forestry and animal husbandry with special reference to Rajasthan|
|Development of science and technology in rajasthan|
Reasoning and mental ability
|Logical reasoning (deductive, inductive, adductive): Statement and assumptions, statement and argument, statements and conclusion, courses of action. Analytical reasoning|
|Mental ability: Number series, letter series, odd man out, coding-decoding, problems relating to relations, shapes, and their sub sections|
|Basic numeracy: Elementary knowledge of mathematical and statistical analysis. Number system, order of magnitude, ratio, and proportion, percentage, simple and compound interest, data analysis (tables, bar diagram, line graph, pie-chart)|
|Major current events and issues of state (Rajasthan), national and international importance|
|Persons and places in recent news|
|Games and sports related activities|
RPSC RAS Main Exam Syllabus
General knowledge and general studies-Paper-I
|History, art, culture, literature, tradition, and heritage of Rajasthan: Major landmarks in the history of Rajasthan from pre-historic time to close of 18th century, important dynasties, their administrative and revenue system|
|History, art, culture, literature, tradition, and heritage of Rajasthan: Salient events of 19th and 20th centuries-peasant and tribal movements. Political awakening, freedom movement, and integration|
|History, art, culture, literature, tradition, and heritage of Rajasthan: Heritage of Rajasthan-performing and fine art, handicraft, and architecture; fairs, festivals, folk music and folk dance|
|History, art, culture, literature, tradition, and heritage of Rajasthan: Important works of Rajasthani literature and dialects of Rajasthan. Saints, Lok Devtas, and eminent personalities of Rajasthan|
|Indian history and culture: Indian heritage-fine art, performing art, architecture and literature from Indus civilization to British era. Religious movements and religious philosophy in ancient, and medieval India|
|Indian history and culture: History of modern India from beginning of 19th century to 1965 AD-significant events, personalities, and issues. Indian national movement-its various stages and streams|
|Indian history and culture: Important contributors and contribution from different parts of the country. Socio-religious reform movements in 19th and 20th century. Post independence consolidation and reorganization|
|Indian history and culture: Accession of princely states and linguistic reorganization of the states|
|History of modern world (up to 1950 AD): Renaissance and reformation. Enlightenment and industrial revolution. Imperialism and colonialism in Asia and Africa. Impact of world wars|
|Indian economy: Major sectors of economy-agriculture, industry, and service-current status, issues, and initiatives. Banking: Concept of money supply and high powered money. Role and functions of central bank and commercial banks, issues of NPA|
|Indian economy: Financial inclusion. Monetary policy-concept, objectives, and instruments. Public finance: Tax reforms in India-direct and indirect, subsidies-cash transfer and other related issues. Recent fiscal policy of India|
|Indian economy: Recent trends in Indian economy-role of foreign capital, MNCs, PDS, FDI, exim policy, 12th finance commission, poverty alleviation schemes|
|World economy: Global economic issues and trends-role of world bank, IMF and WTO. Concept of developing, emerging, and developed countries. India in global scenario|
|Economy of Rajasthan: Agriculture, horticulture, forestry, dairy and animal husbandry with special reference to Rajasthan. Industrial sector-growth and recent trends. Growth, development, and planning with special reference to Rajasthan|
|Economy of Rajasthan: Recent development and issues in service sector of Rajasthan. Major development projects of Rajasthan-their objectives and impact. Public private partnership model for economic transformation in Rajasthan|
|Demographic scenario of the state and its impact on rajasthan economy|
Sociology, management, and business administration
|Sociology: Development of sociological thought in India, social values, caste class and occupation, Sanskritization, Varna, Ashram, Purusharth, and Sanskar Vyavastha, secularism, issues and problems of society|
|Sociology: Tribal community of Rajasthan: Bhil, Mina (Meena), and Garasia|
|Management: Scope, concept, functions of management-planning, organizing, staffing, direction, coordination, and control, decision-making: Concept, process and techniques. Modern concept of marketing, marketing mix-product, price, place, and promotion|
|Management: Objective, concept of maximization of wealth, sources of finance-short and long term, capital structure, cost of capital, concept and main theories of leadership, and motivation, communication, basics of recruitment, selection, induction|
|Management: Induction, training and development, and appraisal system|
|Business administration: Techniques of analysis of financial statements, basics of working capital management, responsibility, and social accounting, meaning and objectives of auditing, internal control, social, performance, and efficiency audit|
|Business administration: Basics of different types of budgeting, budgetary control|
General knowledge and general studies-Paper-II
Logical reasoning, mental ability, and basic numeracy
|Logical reasoning and analytical ability|
|Number series, letter series, coding-decoding|
|Problems related to relations|
|Shapes and their sub-sections, Venn diagram|
|Problems based on clocks, age, and calendar|
|Number system and order of magnitude|
|Simultaneous linear equations in two variables|
|Ratio and proportion, compound proportion|
|Square root, cube root, HCF and LCM|
|Percentage, simple, and compound interest|
|Time and work, speed, and distance|
|Area and perimeter of simple geometrical shapes, volume and surface area of sphere, cone, cylinder, and cuboids|
|Trigonometry ratios and angles|
|Data analysis (tables, bar-graph, line graph, pie-chart)|
|Measures of central tendency, mean, mode, median, standard deviation, and variance|
General science and technology
|Motion, laws of motion, work energy and power, rotational motion, gravitation, simple harmonic motion, waves|
|Properties of matter, electrostatics, current electricity, moving charge and magnetism|
|Ray optics, photo electric effect, nuclear physics, semi conductor devices|
|Electromagnetic waves, communication systems , basics of computers, use of information technology in administration, E-governance and E-commerce, contributions of Indian scientists in the development of science|
|States of matter, atomic structure, chemical bonding and molecular structure, equilibriums|
|Thermodynamics, kinetic theory of gases, solid state, solutions, electrochemistry, chemical kinetics|
|Characteristic feature of life|
|Nutrition in organisms|
|Principal of inheritance and variation|
|Human Health and Diseases|
|Biotechnology and its applications|
|Biodiversity and conservation|
|Agriculture, horticulture, forestry, dairy and animal husbandry with special reference to Rajasthan|
Earth science (geography and geology)
|World: Broad physical feature-mountains, plateaus, plains, lakes, and glaciers. Earthquakes and volcanoes: Types, distribution and their impact, earth and its geological time scale. Current geopolitical problems|
|India: Broad physical features-mountains, plateaus, plains, lakes, and glaciers. Major physiographic divisions of India. Climate-origin of monsoon, seasonal climatic conditions, distribution of rainfall and climatic regions|
|India: Natural resources-(a) Water, forest, soil, (b) rocks and mineral: Types and their uses, population: Growth, distribution, and density, sex-ratio, literacy, urban and rural population|
|Rajasthan: Broad physical features-mountains, plateaus, plains, rivers, and lakes. Major physiographic regions. Natural vegetation and climate. Livestock, wildlife, and its conversation. Agriculture-major crops|
|Rajasthan: Mineral resources-(i) metallic minerals-types, distribution and industrial uses, and their conservation. (ii) non-metallic minerals-types, distribution and industrial uses, and their conservation|
|Rajasthan: Energy resources-conventional and non-conventional, population, and tribes|
General knowledge and general studies-Paper-III
Indian political system, world politics, and current affairs
|Indian constitution: Framing, features, amendments, basic structure|
|Ideological contents: Preamble, fundamental rights, directive principles of state policy, fundamental duties|
|Institutional framework-I: Parliamentary system, president, prime minister, and council of ministers, parliament|
|Institutional framework-II: Federalism, centre-state relations, supreme court, high courts, judicial review, judicial activism|
|Institutional framework-III: Election commission of India, comptroller and auditor general, union public service commission, NITI Aayog, central vigilance commission, central information commission, national human rights commission|
|Political dynamics: Role of cast, religion, class, ethnicity, language and gender in Indian politics, political parties, and electoral behaviour, civil society and political movement, issues related to national integrity and security|
|Potential areas of socio-political conflicts|
|State politics of Rajasthan: Party system, political demography, different phases of political competition in Rajasthan, Panchayati raj and urban self government institutions|
|Emerging world order in the post cold war era, USA's hegemony and its resistance, UN and regional organizations, international terrorism and environmental issues|
|Foreign policy of India: Evolution, determinants, India's relations with USA, China, Russia, and European Union, India's role in UN, NAM, BRICS, G- 20,G-77 and SAARC|
|Geopolitical and strategic development in South Asia, South East Asia and West Asia, and their impact on India|
|Current affairs: Current events, persons, and places of Rajasthan, National and international importance, recent activities related to games and sports|
Concepts, issues and dynamics of public administration, and management
|Administration and management: Meaning, nature, and significance|
|Its role in developed and developing societies|
|Evolution of public administration as a discipline, new public administration, theories of public administration|
|Concepts of power, authority, legitimacy, responsibility, and delegation|
|Principles of organization: Hierarchy, span of control and unity of command|
|Functions of management, corporate governance and social responsibility|
|New dimensions of public management, management of change|
|Aptitude and foundational values of civil services: Integrity, impartiality, and non partisanship, dedication to public service, relationship between generalists and specialists|
|Legislative and Judicial control over administration: Various methods and techniques of legislative, and judicial control|
|Administrative setup, administrative culture in Rajasthan: Governor, chief minister, council of ministers, state secretariat and chief secretary|
|District administration: Organization, role of district collector and superintendent of police, sub divisional, and tehsil administration|
|Development administration: Meaning, scope, and characteristics|
|State human rights commission, state election commission, Lokayukta, Rajasthan public service commission, public service guarantee act, 2011|
Administrative ethics, behaviour, and law
|Administrative ethics: Ethics and human interface-essence, determinants and consequences of ethic and human actions-moral values (rights and duties; good and virtues), cardinal virtues of Plato, utilitarianism-J.S. Mill|
|Administrative ethics: Freedom of will and moral responsibility, Kantian ethics, ethics of Bhagavad Gita and its role in administration|
|Administrative ethics: Dimension of ethics-role of administrators in society and educational institution in the inculcating|
|Administrative ethics: Ethics in private and public relationships-behaviour, moral, and political attitudes of administrators|
|Behaviour: Intelligence-cognitive intelligence, social intelligence, emotional intelligence, cultural intelligence and Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligence|
|Behaviour: Personality-psychoanalytical theories, trait and type theories, determinants of personality and assessment of personality|
|Behaviour: Learning and motivation-styles of learning, models of memory, causes of forgetting. Classification and types of motives, theories of work motivation, assessment of motivation|
|Behaviour: Meeting life challenges-stress-nature, type, sources, symptoms, effects, stress management, promotion of positive health and well being|
|Law: Concepts of law-ownership and possession, personality, liability, rights, and duties|
|Law: Contemporary legal issues-right to information, information technology law including cyber laws (concepts, purpose, prospects), intellectual property rights (concepts, types, purpose, prospects)|
|Law: Crimes against women and children-domestic violence, sexual harassment the work place, the protection of children from sexual offenses act 2012, laws related to child labour|
|Law: Important land laws in Rajasthan-Rajasthan land revenue act, 1956; Rajasthan tenancy act, 1955|
General Hindi and general English-Paper-IV
|Grammar and usage: Correction of sentences-10 sentences for correction with errors related to: Articles and determiners, prepositions, tenses and sequence of tenses, modals, voice-active and passive, narration-direct and indirect|
|Grammar and usage: Synonyms and antonyms, phrasal verbs and idioms, one word substitute, words often confused or misused|
|Comprehension, translation, and précis writing: Comprehension of an unseen passage, translation of five sentences from Hindi to English, précis writing (a short passage)|
|Composition and letter writing: Paragraph writing, elaboration of a given theme, letter writing or report writing|
RPSC RAS 2021 Preparation Tips
The preparation tips provide guidance and advice to candidates on how to prepare for the exam. With the help of RPSC RAS preparation tips, candidates can secure better marks in the stages of the exam. The preparation tips for the exam has been given below.
- Candidates must analyse the syllabus thoroughly to familiarize themselves with the same
- They should also go through the exam pattern of RPSC RAS which will be provided along with the notification
- After examining the exam pattern and syllabus, candidates must prepare the routine for preparation accordingly
- This will help candidates cover the complete syllabus before the exam leaving them with enough time for revision
- Revision helps candidates brush up their knowledge regarding the topics they have covered for the exam
- After revising the topics, candidates should practice previous years’ question papers, sample papers, mock tests, etc.
RPSC RAS 2021 Exam Pattern
Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) releases the exam pattern of RPSC RAS along with the notification. As per RPSC RAS exam pattern, the prelims exam comprises only one paper of objective type questions. The prelims exam is conducted for 200 marks. The exam is held for three hours. The standard of questions asked in the exam is similar to that of graduation level.
RPSC RAS Main Exam Exam Pattern
After the conduct of RPSC RAS Prelims, candidates qualifying the exam stage are selected for mains exam. RPSC RAS mains contains four papers. Each paper will comprise 200 marks. The exam pattern of RPSC RAS mains exam has been provided in the table below.
Name of Paper
General Studies I
General Studies II
General Studies III
General Hindi and General English
Candidates qualifying mains exam are called to appear for Interview. The interview stage is held for 100 marks. Candidates are awarded marks on the basis of their knowledge of Rajasthani culture and in regards to character, personality, physical fitness and place of residence.
RPSC RAS 2021 Admit Card
Rajasthan Public Service Commission issues the admit card of RPSC RAS prelims exam in the online mode. Candidates having successfully registered for RPSC RAS exam are able to download the admit card for prelims. To download RPAS RAS prelims admit card, candidates have to enter application ID and password followed by CAPTCHA code. RPSC RAS admit card consists of information such as name of candidates, name of father, roll number, category, gender, date of birth, exam schedule and centre details and instructions to be followed on the day of exam.
RPSC RAS Main Exam Admit Card
RPSC RAS 2021 admit card for mains on March 13, 2022 on the official website. Candidates qualifying Prelims exam are issued admit card for Mains exam. Candidates can download RPSC RAS admit card by logging in using application ID and password. RPSC RAS admit card for mains contains details pertaining to the candidate and examination including name, name of parents, roll number, category, gender, date of birth, dates, time and venue of exam and exam day guidelines. After the Mains exam has been conducted, candidates securing equal to or more than the minimum qualifying score will be issued admit card to appear for Interview.
Documents Required at Exam
- Aadhaar card
- Voter card
- PAN card
- Driving license
- Government issued id card for employees
- Photo identity card of college/ university/ institute
RPSC RAS 2021 Answer Key
The answer key of RPSC RAS prelims has been released by Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) after the conduct of exam. RPSC RAS answer key contains the answers to all the questions in the exam. With the help of the answer key, candidates can find out the number of right and incorrect responses they have provided in the exam based on which they can calculate their probable score in the exam. The Commission will first release provisional answer key. In case of discrepancy in answers provided in the provisional answer key, candidates can challenge the same. After scrutinising the objections raised, the Commission will publish the final answer key on the basis of which scores of candidates will be calculated.
RPSC RAS Main Exam Answer Key
Rajasthan PSC does not publish answer key of RPSC RAS mains as the exam contains four papers comprising descriptive type questions. Based on the type of question asked in the exam, candidates will need to provide brief, medium and long answers.
RPSC RAS 2021 Result
The Rajasthan High Court has cancelled the result of the RPSC RAS 2021 preliminary exam on February 22, 2022. The RPSC RAS 2021 prelims answer key will be issued again by Rajasthan Public Service Commission as per the orders of the high court. Earlier, The result of RPSC RAS prelms has been announced online by Rajasthan Public Service Commission on November 19, 2021.
The result for prelims is declared in the form of a pdf file mentioning the roll numbers of candidates who have qualified the exam stage and is eligible to appear for the next stage of recruitment process. On the basis of RPSC RAS result for prelims, candidates are selected for the mains exam.
RPSC RAS Main Exam Result
RPSC RAS result for mains is declared online after the conduct of the exam stage. The Commission will announce the result of RPSC RAS Mains as a pdf file. The mains result will contain candidates' roll numbers who have secured the minimum qualifying marks. Based on RPSC RAS result for mains, candidates are shortlisted to appear for Interview. After completion of Interview round, the Commission releases the final result to recruit candidates for the posts available under Rajasthan Administrative Services.
RPSC RAS 2021 Cutoff
Rajasthan Public Service Commission releases the cut off of RPSC RAS for prelims along with the result. The cut off is the minimum marks that candidates must obtain to qualify prelims exam. The Commission determines the cutoff of Prelims on the basis of which candidates are shortlisted to appear for Mains exam.
RPSC RAS Main Exam Cutoff
The cutoff of RPSC RAS Mains exam is declared by Rajasthan Public Service Commission along with Mains result. Based on RPSC RAS Mains cutoff determined by the Commission, candidates are shortlisted to appear for Interview. After the conduct of Interview, RPSC prepares a final cut off to recruit candidates for the various posts available under RPSC administrative services.
RPSC RAS 2021 Selection Process
Rajasthan Public Service Service (RPSC) conducts RPSC RAS in three stages – Prelims, Mains and Interview. Candidates having successfully applied for the exam are issued admit card for prelims. On the basis of marks secured in Prelims exam, candidates are shortlisted for Mains exam. Candidates securing the minimum cutoff in Mains are called to appear for the Interview stage. After the Interview, final cutoff is prepared by the Commission based on marks secured in Mains and Interview. Based on the final cutoff, candidates are recruited for the post as per their preference in the application form.
Documents Required at Counselling
- Class 10 marksheet
- Class 12 certificate
- Degree certificate
- Caste certificate (if applicable)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Question:When is the RAS 2021 prelims exam scheduled to be held?
The RAS 2021 prelims exam was conducted on October 27, 2021.
Question:How many vacancies have been announced for RPSC RAS 2021 recruitment process?
A total of 988 vacancies have been released for the RAS 2021 recruitment process.
Question:What is the last date to apply for RAS 2021 exam?
The RAS application form 2021 last date for submission is September 2.
Question:When is the RPSC RAS application form 2021 filling window expected to open?
The RAS application form 2021 released on August 4, 2021.
Question:When will the RPSC RAS notification 2021 be released?
THE RPSC RAS 2021 notification was released on July 20, 2021.
Questions related to RPSC RAS
How many papers are there in the RPSC RAS mains (written) exam?
There are 4 papers in the main (written) exam, each with 200 marks.
Are other state candidates also eligible to appear for the RPSC RAS exam?
Yes, other state candidates are also eligible to appear for the RPSC RAS exam, if they are citizens of India. But, these candidates can apply as general category only. Also, there are only some percentage of seats they can apply for not all seats.
You have mentioned that "clear basics" so what kind of basics we should clear 1. According to syllabus or 2. About everything
Clear basics means the basic and normal thing about any topic. Like if you are Science stream students so you can study about the chemistry, biology, physics and mathematics. So if anyone ask you what's the difference between virus and bacteria and you don't know it then your basic is not clear. This is a small example for basic knowledge.
Whenever you have to study try to understand the topic and clear the basic things. Then you can go depth in the chapter.
All the best.