Rajasthan Police Constable Exam Result 2020: The results of the written examination held on 6, 7 and 8 November 2020 are likely to be declared soon to fill 5438 posts of constable in Rajasthan Police. Earlier, Answer Key for Constable Examination has also been released on the website of Rajasthan Police on November 12. Candidates were given time from 13.11.2020 to 15.11.2020 at 23:55 pm to lodge objections regarding questions or answers on the basis of answer key. In such a situation, based on the response received on the answer key, the result of Rajasthan Police Constable Recruitment Examination (sipahi bharti result) will be prepared. After this, the result of the written examination of constable recruitment will be declared on any day. Although the official website of Rajasthan Police police.rajasthan.gov.in But the date of release of the result was not announced yet.
17.5 lakh candidates had applied
17.5 lakh candidates had applied for the recruitment of 5438 Constable (GD and Driver) posts in Rajasthan Police. Qualification of 8th pass and 10th pass was sought for these posts. In this case, the number of applicants has been quite high. It is worth mentioning that the written examination was conducted across the state on 6 November, 7 November and 8 November in several shifts.
Written test was 75 marks
The Rajasthan Police Constable Recruitment Examination was number 100, in which the written examination was of 75 marks. 150 questions were asked in this exam. In the two-hour examination, questions related to current affairs were also related to Sachin Pilot and Babosa. Some of the candidates said that this exam paper was difficult and some said it was medium. The examination was conducted keeping in mind the entire safety standards of Kovid-19. There were also reports of girls cutting earrings and cutting the sleeves of boys shirt from many places.
Cases of nabbing from Jaisalmer and Ajmer
Gang of imitators was also caught in the Rajasthan Police Constable Recruitment Examination. According to reports, on the second day of the examination, 20 imitators were arrested from different districts of the state, out of which 11 accused were from Bihar. A Central Police Officer in Jaisalmer arrested a candidate for molesting the examination center’s co-accused. In Ajmer, a candidate was caught cheating.