The Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) will be conducting the Rajyaseva prelims 2022 examination today, i.e. January 23, 2022. The examination is taking place after a long haul due to the COVID-19 pandemic. MPSC has already released the admit cards for the exam on its official website – mpsc.gov.in. Candidates should mandatorily download the admit cards and carry the same to the examination centers.
Also, to know the examination timings, it is again necessary to check the admit cards. MPSC Rajyaseva prelims 2022 exam will be held for a total duration of 02 hours. In the light of the present COVID-19 situation in the state, it is mandatory that every examinee follow the guidelines that are issued by the government and conducting authority. The admit cards or admission certificates also carry the necessary guidelines that are to be followed today.
1. While entering the examination subdivision, the candidate must wear at least three face masks. They should not remove any of them while the examination is being conducted.
2. Each candidate must maintain necessary social distancing norms while the examination is being conducted.
3. One must see to it that they sanitize their hands at regular intervals of time.
4. It is mandatory that the examinee reaches the examination sub-center at least one and half hours prior to the commencement of the exam.
5. As per the instructions given, candidates must use public transport to reach their respective examination centers since there will be no arrangement for parking private vehicles.
6. One must clearly mention the details such as examination name, roll number, set number, subject code, etc. on the answer sheet.
Things to carry
Based on the instructions mentioned in the admission certificates, candidates appearing for MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims 2022 exam today have to carry the necessary documents.
1. For identity proof, one should take at least one original copy of valid identity proof such as Aadhaar card, voter ID card, passport, PAN card, driving license, etc. Candidates must also carry a photocopy of the same.
2. Electronic items such as mobile phones or any other telecommunication devices are strictly prohibited.
3. Candidates can carry at least two recent passport-sized photographs, a black ballpoint pen, masks, gloves, face shields, and hand sanitizer.
Please note that examinees who are found in possession of any non-permitted object will be disqualified from the exam. The exam center authorities may also take necessary actions in the event of any malpractice during the exam. Hence, candidates must abide by the rules and guidelines.