The Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) has released the model answer key for the Rajasthan Administrative Services (RAS) examination that was held on October 27, 2021. Candidates who are yet to check their answers from the answer key can now do so from rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in. In addition to that, candidates also have time up to 12 PM today, i.e. November 10, 2021, to raise any objection based on the model answer key.
It is important to note that the objections have to be submitted along with the supporting proof. Objections that do not have any proof attached will be rejected. The objection fee for each question is Rs 100 along with the service charges. Candidates can submit the objections via the SSO (Single Sign-on) portal, details regarding which are given below.
Step 1- Visit the SSO portal at sso.rajasthan.gov.in
Step 2- Enter SSOID or username, password and enter the captcha
Step 3- Click on the ‘Recruitment Portal’ option
Step 4- Now, click on ‘My Recruitment’ and select ‘Objection Question’
Step 5- Again, click on ‘Objection Question’ under the ‘Action’ column
Step 6- Select subject, set number or code, question number, objection type, and suggested answer
Step 7- Add remarks and attach the proof
Step 8- Click on the ‘Add’ button, select the declaration check box and save
Step 9- Submit the objection fee to successfully submit the objection.
Candidates who are yet to crosscheck their answers should do so at the earliest. The RPSC RAS 2018 prelims examination was conducted on August 05, 2018, and the results were declared on October 23, 2018. In 2016, the RAS prelims examination was held on August 28, 2016, while the results were released on September 16, 2016. Hence, it is clear that the results were made available within 17-80 days from the examination date. Taking cues from these trends, it can be said that the results for RPSC RAS 2021 preliminary can be expected after November 13, 2021.
As per reports, the overall difficulty level of the RAS prelims examination was moderate. Although very few questions were asked from the History section, most of them were indirect. For some candidates, the Current Affairs and Science sections were tough. On the other hand, some candidates believed that the Mathematics and Reasoning sections were moderate. Nevertheless, compared to 2018, the difficulty level of the question paper was moderately high. Experts think that the expected cut-off for RPSC RAS 2021 will remain somewhere between 70±5.