RPSC Exam Centres 2020 (RAS)- Get the List

By | April 5, 2020

The official notification has not been released yet. Rajasthan Public Service Commission conducts varies exams for recruiting eligible candidates for various governmental posts. The RPSC was founded in August 1949 and is located in Ajmer. RPSC keeps on announcing the vacancies for various posts. There is a selection process of RPSC through which candidates are selected for the various posts of the state. RPSC exams are quite similar to the UPSC exams as both are for civil services, and the same preparation can be extended for both the examinations. One of the most sought after posts in RPSC is the posts of Rajasthan Administrative Services (RAS). In this article, we will give you complete details regarding the RPSC Exam Centres 2020.

RPSC Exam Centres 2020 (RAS)

The RAS exam is conducted all around Rajasthan so that candidates can appear for the exam without any difficulty. The RPSC RAS Exam Centres are listed below:

  1. Ajmer
  2. Alwar
  3. Banswara
  4. Baran
  5. Barmer
  6. Bharatpur
  7. Bhilwara
  8. Bikaner
  9. Bundi
  10. Chittaurgarh
  11. Chum
  12. Dausa
  13. Dhaulpur
  14. Dungarpur
  15. Ganganagar
  16. Hanumangarh
  17. Jaipur
  18. Jaisalmer
  19. Jalor
  20. Jhalawar
  21. Jhunjhunu
  22. Jodhpur
  23. Karauli
  24. Kota
  25. Madhopur
  26. Nagaur
  27. Pali
  28. Pratapgarh
  29. Rajsamand
  30. Sawai
  31. Sikar
  32. Sirohi
  33. Tonk
  34. Udaipur

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RPSC RAS Selection Process

The selection of the candidates will be made based on various recruitment phases. Aspirants have to undergo three selection rounds, namely Preliminary Exam, Main Exam, Personal Interview, and Medical Test.

  1. Preliminary Examination: It tests the General Knowledge/General Science of the candidate. The questions asked in this segment will be objective type questions. The total marks f this paper will be 200, and the total duration will be 3 hours.
  2. Main Examination: This segment consists of four papers, namely General knowledge-1, General knowledge-2, General knowledge-3, General Hindi, and English. Each paper carries 200 marks, so total marks are 800.
  3. Personal Interview: Candidates who successfully qualify the written exams are called for an interview which carries 100 marks.
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