The Rajasthan Subordinate and Ministerial Services Selection Board (RSMSSB) is likely to release the admit cards for the Agriculture Supervisor soon. The examination is all set to be conducted on September 18, 2021. Although the official date for releasing the admit cards has not been announced, it is likely that the same will be available by September 14, 2021. Once released, the admit cards will be available on rsmssb.rajasthan.gov.in.
As per the previous trend of releasing the admit cards for Agriculture Supervisor by RSMSSB, this year, the same can be expected by the third week of September, 2021. This is because, for 2018-19, the examination was conducted on March 03, 2019 while the admit cards for the same were released on February 27, 2019. Hence, the difference between the admit card release date and the examination date is 04 days.
Taking cues from these trends of releasing the admit cards by RSMSSB, it is likely that same for the upcoming examination on September 18, 2021 will be released at least 04 days before the examination. Thus, candidates can expect the admit cards by September 14, 2021. However, after the admit cards are released, candidates can download the same by following these steps.
Step 1- Visit rsmssb.rajasthan.gov.in and click on the ‘Login’ button
Step 2- Click on the ‘Get Admit Card’ button and provide the necessary login details
Step 3- Now, click on the ‘Submit’ button
Step 5- The admit card will be available. Download the same and also take a printout for future reference.
RSMSSB Agriculture Supervisor 2021 admit card contains the candidate’s personal details, roll number, examination timing, etc. The upcoming examination for RSMSSB Agriculture Supervisor is going to be conducted in one shift from 10 AM to 12 noon. The website rsmssb.rajasthan.gov.in will also update every information regarding the upcoming examination. On February 05, 2021, RSMSSB has released the official notification for this particular recruitment. The application process started on February 16, 2021. Later from July 08, 2021, the application window was reopened for a selected category of candidates. Initially, the number of vacancies stood at 882 but has now been increased to 2254.
Candidates will be asked a total of 100 questions with each question carrying 03 marks. For every correct answer, 03 marks will be awarded while for every wrong answer, 1/3 mark will be deducted. The duration of the examination will be 02 hours in which candidates have to answer 100 option-based questions.