Rajasthan Public Service Commission has released the RAS Mains exam date 2021 today, in late evening. The commission through a notice has notified that the mains examination for Rajasthan Administrative Services is going to be held on February 25 and 26, 2022. More details related to the examination such as timing, instructions, admit card release date is expected soon on the official website, rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in.
Yesterday, the commission has released the official exam pattern and syllabus for the RAS Mains exam. Additionally, it has also mentioned the marking scheme relevant for all the papers that are applicable for the examination. With merely 3 months left for the exam, candidates are advised to take a printout of the syllabus and prepare accordingly. Check out the complete notice available on the commission’s website below.
With the RPSC RAS Mains exam scheduled in the last week of February 2022, speculations are high that the admit card for the examination will be available in the first or second week of February 2022. However, these are mere conjectures and candidates must wait for an official confirmation from the board itself.
As mentioned earlier, the commission has notified the exam pattern and marking scheme beforehand. Candidates can get their copy of the complete syllabus PDF from the commission’s dashboard. There are four papers in the RPSC RAS Mains exam 2022, General Studies I, General Studies II, General Studies III, and General Hindi and General English. The maximum number of marks assigned to each paper is equivalent to 200 marks. Also, the candidates will get 3 hours to complete each paper.
Each section of the General Studies paper will have three sections i.e. A, B and C. GS Paper 1 is going to have part A having 25 and part B and C having 16 and 7 questions respectively. Similarly, GS Paper 2 shall have 15 questions, 14 questions, and 10 questions for sections A, B and C respectively. The General Studies paper is going to have 25 questions from parts A and 16 and 7 questions from parts B and C respectively.
Finally, the commission has not notified any section wise question number for the three sections. However, the three sections A, B and C of the last paper will account for 70, 80, and 50 marks respectively. The questions in the General Studies papers will be of Graduation level however the questions asked in the Hindi and English paper will be equivalent to the class 10+2.