RPSC Recruitment 2020: If you are looking for the details about RPSC 2020 Recruitment, then this is the right place that you have landed.

RPSC is basically known as Rajasthan Public Service Commission that holds state level exam every year under various governmental departments like Engineering, Medical, Teachers, Water Resources and more.

In order to grab a state government job under any of these departments, you need to clear the written exam conducted by RPSC. Here you will find some details of RPSC Recruitment.

Please note that RPSC 2020 Recruitment consists of as many as 3 stages. In order to be successful, candidates need to clear all the 3 stages of the exam that are under:

Preliminary Exam: The first stage of RPSC 2020 Recruitment happens to be in the form of a preliminary exam carrying a total of 300 marks. The duration (time limit) to complete the test is of 3 hours.

Main Exam: After successful completion of the preliminary exam, candidates need to sit for the main exam which is 800 marks. In order to complete this test, candidates get a total of 3 hours.

Personal Interview: Those candidates who qualify both the preliminary and main RPSC exam are called for the personal interview. All successful candidates are invited for the personal round of interview through call letters. Personal interview carries a total of 100 marks.


RPSC 2020 PayScale


If you are curious know about the RPSC 2020 Pay scale, you can find the details below:

The candidates who are finally selected in th written exam conducted by RPSC will be having a pay scale ranging from Rs 15, 600 to Rs 39, 100.

Candidates should also note that under the RPSC pay scale (2017), the gross pay scale given to the successful candidates will be equivalent to the DA (UP TO 136%).

In addition to this, all the selected candidates under various posts will also be given the extra grade pays and other allowances that will be added to their basic salary.

For more information, candidates may also visit the official website in case of any confusion.


RPSC 2020 Selection procedure for Assistant Engineer


Just like many govt job hiring exams, the selection procedure for Assistant Engineer via RPSC 2020 is almost the same. The overall process is divided into 3 stages as given under:

Preliminary Examination: Please note that the preliminary exam consists of two papers. One of them is a compulsory exam and the other one s optional. This paper is generally of objective one carrying a total of 400 marks in subjects given above.

Please also note that RPSC has to admit candidates up to 15 times as per the total number of posts or vacancies.

Main examination: The RPSC written examination for Assistant Engineer will consist of conventional type of papers. In order to be successful in the exam, a candidate is required to opt all the compulsory subjects along with one optional subject.

Now, each of the optional subjects that a candidate opts will be having as many as 2 papers. And the duration for each paper will be of 3 hours. Take a look at the optional subjects below:

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Agricultural Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering


Personality & Viva Exam: Candidates who are successful in the written exam and obtain minimum qualifying marks that have to be fixed by the concerned Commission are called for an interview.

Each candidate who appears in the exam is awarded marks on the basis of his performance in the exam.

While candidates are gauged as per their knowledge about a particular subject of their choice, they are also judged by their manner, well being, personality, physique and address.

The marks awarded to a candidate in the personality and viva-voce test are finally added to the marks obtained in the written examination.


RPSC 2020 Important Instructions


Please note that the exam standard will be based on the Bachelor’s Degree level except for Hindi paper that will have the weightage of Senior Secondary Level.

It’s mandatory for every candidate to write the paper either in Hindi or in English language. But at no point of time, a candidate will be allowed to write the paper in any other language or both in Hindi and English languages.

Candidates are advised to write the paper in neat and legible writing. If not, marks will be deducted from his total score.

In the same ways, candidates will be awarded extra marks for all the neatness and well explained copy.


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