Office of Director General of Police, Rajasthan conducted the Rajasthan Police Constable Bharti examination Day 1 yesterday, i.e. November 6, 2020. Day 2 of the examination is being conducted today i.e. November 07, 2020. Approximately 17 lakh candidates are appearing for the entrance exam this year to apply for a total of 5438 constable posts in the Rajasthan police department. The state-level exam is scheduled to be conducted on three days i.e. November 06, 07 and 08, 2020 in two shifts. The morning shift starts from 9:00 am to 11:00 am whereas the afternoon shift is scheduled to be conducted from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Authorities have also specified that the recruitment process shall be done based on written examination, physical efficiency test (PET), physical standard test (PST), proficiency test and merit.
The entrance exam day 1 for police constable recruitment was conducted on November 6, 2020. The test was conducted in two shifts of 2 hours duration each. The question paper was divided into four sections – Reasoning, Logic and Basic Computer Literacy, Knowledge of Statutory Provision related to crime against women and children, General Knowledge, General Science and Current Affairs and, History, Geography, Economy, Polity, Culture and Arts of Rajasthan. According to subject experts and coaching institutes, the paper was of moderate difficulty. Certain sections were tricky whereas other sections were easy to solve.
The reasoning, logic and basic computer literacy had a total of 60 questions. Both reasoning and computer literacy subjects had 30 questions each in the paper in the first shift on day 1. The reasoning questions were fairly straight-forward and simple. A few questions were tricky and hard to understand. However, the section was scoring enough for most aspirants. The computer literacy section was simple but required conceptual clarity and memory of minor details in the subject.
However, all the questions were from the specified syllabus making it easier for aspirants to score. The law section consisted of questions on various acts, their dates of implementation and their objectives. Hence, to clear this section, candidates had to simply read and understand the purpose of these acts as well as memorise important dates. Most questions in the exam were based on the history and economy of the state of Rajasthan. Around 7-8 questions, based on Indian history, were also asked in the examination. According to subject experts, the current affairs section was simple, scoring and time-saving for aspirants.
As per the marking scheme, every right answer will add the 1/2 (half) marks, whereas, there is a provision of negative marking. For every wrong answer, 25% of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted.