RPSC School 2020 Conference Admission Card Post @ rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in, download Sanskrit Education Appeal Letter here

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The Rajasthan Civil Service Commission (RPSC) has uploaded the Exam Admission Card for School Teacher Positions (Sanskrit Education). Applicants, who have applied for RPSC School Conferences Recruitment 2020, can download the RPSC Admission Card from the official RPSC-rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in website or SSO website sso.rajasthan.gov. in.

Created on: Dec 7, 2018 2020 18:59 IST

RPSC School Conference Admission Card 2020

RPSC School Conference Admission Card 2020: The Rajasthan Civil Service Commission (RPSC) has uploaded the Exam Admission Card for School Teacher Positions (Sanskrit Education). Applicants who have applied for RPSC School Conferences Recruitment 2020, can download RPSC Admission Card from official RPSC-rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in website or SSO website – sso.rajasthan.gov .in.

The link to the RPSC School Conference Admission Card is shown below. Applicants can download the Rajasthan School Conference Admission Card via the links below:

RPSC School Conference Admission Card Download Link

RPSC School Lecture exam for General culture and political science will be held on December 14, 2020 while the mathematics and economics test will take place on December 15, 2020 in two sessions, from 10 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

How to download the 2020 RPSC School Conference Admission Card?

  1. Go to the official RPSC website-https: //rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in/
  2. Click on the link – “Admit Card for School Lecturer (Sanskrit Edu.) 2020” displayed in the Important Links section in the left corner of the home page.
  3. A new window will open where you will have to click on “Obtain an admission card”
  4. Enter your application number and date of birth
  5. Download RPSC School Lecturer Sanskrit Education Admission Card

The RPSC Competitive Lecture Exam will consist of 450-point multiple-choice questions. There will be two papers. Paper-I will be 150 marks and Papier-II will be 300 marks. The duration of test I will be one and a half hours and the duration of test II will be three hours. For each incorrect answer, a third of the points will be deducted:


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