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RPSC Sahayak Lok Abhiyojak Exam Syllabus & Exam Pattern 2015- APP/ TSP (New Vacancies).
The Rajasthan Public Service Commission, Ajmer has issued recruitment advt on 16th July 2015 and added 12 new vacancies in Sahayak Lok Abhiyojak Post and new 19 vacancies in the TSP department. The new dates for online registration of RPSC APP Bharti 2015 is now postponed to 27th July 2015.
- RPSC 284 SAHAYAK LOK ABHIYOJAK Vacancies July 2015 – Extended Dates/ Fill Online Form
RPSC APP/ TSP Scheme of Examination.
The exam pattern for RPSC Sahayak Lok Abhiyijak & TSP is of total 200 Marks. There shall be two papers (Paper-I & Paper-II). Both papers are of objective type question. The first paper is of 150 marks containing Part- A (Indian Penal Code Questions). Part-B contains Criminal Procedure Code Questions. The Part-C consist 12 topic (law) question. Please check complete scheme below. The Paper-II consist of General Hindi & General English syllabus and questions.
(i) The examination scheme for recruitment shall consist of an objective type examination and interview.
(ii) The standard of the paper-II (Language paper) will be that of Senior Secondary level.
(iii) Paper shall include the following subjects carrying the number of marks and time allowed, as shown against them :
- Paper-I: Law Subject – Total 150 Marks and paper duration is of 3 Hours.
- Paper-II: Language-General Hindi and General English: Total 50 Marks and paper duration is of 2Hours.
- The interview shall carry 25 marks, the Commission shall call for interview up to three times of vacancy (category wise), the candidates who have obtained a minimum of 35% marks in each paper and 40% marks in aggregate in the written examination.
- It shall be compulsory for the candidate to obtain a minimum of 05 marks in interview to recommend him for appointment.
Syllabus for RPSC Sahayak Lok Abhiyojak/ TSP Exam 2015.
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|Part-A Indian Penal Code 1860||50|
|Part-B Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 and Indian Evidence Act, 1872||50|
|Paper – II Language||
Part – A General Hindi
Part – B General English