RPSC results 2018 for Grade 2 senior teachers announced: Find result on rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in
The Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) has released the results for the Senior (Sr) Teacher Grade II 2016 examinations for Social Science. Candidates can check their results on he commission's official website rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in
The Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) has released the results for the Senior (Sr) Teacher Grade II 2016 examinations for Social Science. Candidates can check their results on the commission's official website rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in.
NDTV reported that the examinations were held on 1 May and 2 July last year. According to The Indian Express, the commission had declared the notification of the senior teacher grade II exams after postponing a number of times. Over 9 lakh candidates appeared for the second-grade teacher exams, the report adds.
The commission has also released cutoff marks for the category along with the results. According to Hindustan Times, the candidates who are declared successful have to file the application form available on the official RPSC website and submit it with the photocopies of required documents by 6 pm on 19 February. The Indian Express reports that the vacancies for social sciences are 2,203.
Here are the steps to check your results:
- Visit the official website rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in
- Click on the "Result Preamble and Cutoff Marks for Sr. Teacher Gr II Comp. Exam 2016 (Social Science)" section on the right under the News and Events section
- Press Ctrl + F and type in your exam roll number in the PDF sheet to find your result
- Take a print-out of the sheet for future reference
Aspirants can also look at their results in the document down below:
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