Ayushi Bisht|Nov 18, 2023
RPSC RAS 2023 exam city to be announced tomorrow at SSO portal; exam on October 1
Rajasthan RPSC RAS prelims admit card will be issued three days before the exam date. Download link will be made available at rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in.
NEW DELHI: Rajasthan Public Service Commission announced that the Rajasthan State and Subordinate Services Combined Competitive preliminary exam (RPSC RAS SSO 2023) will be held on October 1. The RPSC RAS admit card 2023 will be issued three days before the exam date on the SSO login portal, rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in.
As per the latest update, the RPSC RAS prelims exams 2023 will be conducted from 11 AM to 2 PM. The exam district intimation slip will be issued tomorrow, September 24.
Candidates will be allowed to enter the RPSC RAS SSO exam centre from 10 AM. The commission instructed candidates to reach the exam hall well in advance to complete the security check and identification work on time.
To download the RAS admit card 2023, candidates will have to key in their application number and date of birth at the official website, rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in. Applicants will also be able to download the hall ticket by logging in to SSO login portal, sso.rajasthan.gov.in.
The RPSC RAS admit card download link will be available under the recruitment portal link in Citizen Apps (G2C), the official notification read.
Candidates are also required to carry original Aadhaar card along with the RAS admit card for verification purposes.
“Under special circumstances, in case the original Aadhaar card (coloured print) is not available, entry can be allowed only on the basis of other original photo identity cards like driving license, passport, voter ID card,” the commission said.
RPSC also warned candidates not to use any unfair means to clear the exam. An FIR will be lodged against the candidate if found to have used unfair means or bribed to pass the exam.
“Under the Rajasthan Public Examinations (Measures to Prevent Unfair Means) Act, 2022, for adopting unfair means in the examination and indulging in unfair means, he will be punished with life imprisonment, a fine up to Rs 10 crore and movable and immovable property will be confiscated,” it said.
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