RPSC SI answer key 2018: The Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) has released the answer key for the examination conducted for the recruitment of Sub Inspectors in the state police. The RPSC SI answer key is available to download now from the Commission website, rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in.Also Read - RPSC Recruitment 2022: Registration Process For 6000 School Lecturer Posts Ends Today; Apply Now at rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in
The RPSC SI Combined Competitive exam was held on October 7, 2018, for two papers, Paper 1 and Paper 2. Candidates who wish to raise objections on the RPSC SI answer key may do the same from January 5 to 7 on the official website. Also Read - RPSC Recruitment 2022: Apply For 55 Hospital Care Taker Posts| Check Salary, Last Date Here
Steps to check RPSC SI Answer Key 2018:
Download your RPSC SI answer key from the Commission’s official website for the exams held in October last year. Also Read - RPSC Recruitment 2022: Application Window For 9760 Senior Teachers Posts Ends Today; Apply Now at rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in
Step 1: Visit the RPSC official website– rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in
Step 2: On the homepage, click on any of the RPSC SI answer key links given.
Step 3: On the next page, the answer keys will be displayed on the screen.
For the uninitiated, the Rajasthan Public Service Commission had a glorious past of nearly 50 years. During 1923, the Lee Commission had recommended setting up of a Central Public Service Commission in India, but it did not give much thought to the need of establishing similar commissions in provinces. It was left largely to the discretion of provincial Governments to recruit and exercise control over their Services, as they thought proper.
At the time of formation of Rajasthan, the institution of Public Service Commission existed in only three of the 22 covenanting states viz. Jaipur, Jodhpur and Bikaner. The successor administration after the merger of the princely states promulgated an ordinance on August 16, 1949, establishing the Rajasthan Public Service Commission Ajmer. It was published in Raj. Gazette on August 20, 1949, and it came into effect from this date. It provided for the abolition of the PSCs or other institution performing duties in the nature of those of a PSC in the constituent states. The ordinance also provided inter-alia, for the composition of the Commission, the staff and the functions of the Commission.