The Rajasthan Subordinate and Ministerial Services Selection Board (RSMSSB) has successfully conducted the preliminary examination for Village Development Officer (VDO) 2021. The examination was conducted on December 27 and 28, 2021 over two shifts each day. However, with the conclusion of the examination, several coaching institutes have hosted live sessions for discussing the question paper and also released the answer keys. One such noteworthy institute is Utkarsh Classes Jodhpur. This coaching institute is known for its educational services for various competitive exams including RSMSSB VDO 2021.
RSMSSB VDO 2021 preliminary examination saw questions as per the prescribed syllabus. The included topics were current affairs, geography and natural resources, agriculture and economic development in India with special reference to Rajasthan, History and culture, general mental ability, reasoning and analytical ability, English, Hindi and Mathematics along with administration set-up in Rajasthan and basic computer knowledge.
As of now, candidates who are in search of the answer keys can simply access them from Utkarsh Classes by following the steps given below.
Step 1- Go to YouTube at youtube.com
Step 2- Type ‘RSMSSB VDO answer key 2021 by Utkarsh Classes’ on the search box
Step 3- The videos will appear which the candidates can go through and calculate a tentative score.
Direct Links to Access RSMSSB VDO Answer Key 2021 by Utkarsh Classes
|Answer Key||Direct Link|
|VDO/Gram Vikas Adhikari – Live Paper Solution and Answer Key – Dec 27 – 1st and 2nd Shift||Click Here|
|VDO/Gram Vikas Adhikari – Live Paper Solution and Answer Key – Dec 28 – 3rd and 4th Shift||Click Here|
However, these are not the only answer keys that are available at the moment. Candidates can go through multiple answer keys from YouTube and calculate a tentative score. It must be noted that there is no negative marking in the RSMSSB VDO 2021 examination. Candidates got a duration of 02 hours to solve the question paper of 100 marks. A Multiple Choice Pattern (MCQ) was followed and each question carried equal marks.
According to the candidates, every shift of the examination had different difficulty levels. For instance, in the first shift, the GK portion was said to have a higher difficulty level. On the other hand, Computer and Mathematics portions were claimed to be tough in the second shift. The third shift that was held on December 28 had an easy level of difficulty with each section being moderately difficult. Coming to the fourth or the final shift, the question paper had a moderate level of difficulty. The reasoning section was basic was there were questions from 11th and 12th standard Mathematics.