RPSC 2nd Grade Teacher Exam Pattern & Syllabus
RPSC 2nd Grade Teacher: Rajasthan Public Service Commission released the notification for the senior teacher post. The subject wise detailed syllabus for RPSC 2nd Grade teacher is provided here. The subjects which are included in the examination are Urdu, science, social science, Sanskrit, mathematics, English, Hindi and GK. The Rajasthan Public Service Commission is not fixed the exam date yet. Candidates can also visit the RPSC website to check the detailed syllabus of RPSC Gr II Teacher.
RPSC 2nd Grade Exam Pattern 2018:
Exam pattern is very important as it gives details about the total marks, exam pattern and etc. The examination will be consists of two papers. The exam pattern is consists of details like the number of sections, number of marks per section, exam duration etc.
Paper I (Preliminary) Exam Pattern :
The Paper-I will carry 200 marks and Duration of question paper will be 2.00 hours. The paper will carry 100 multiple choice question.
|S.No.||Name of Subject||Marks||Time|
|01||Geographical, Historical, Cultural, and General Knowledge of Rajasthan||80||2 hours|
|02||Current Affairs of Rajasthan||20|
|03||General Knowledge of India & World||60|
Paper II (Mains) Exam Pattern:
The Paper-II will carry 300 marks and Duration of question paper will be 2.00 hours 30 minutes. The paper will carry 150 multiple choice question.
|Knowledge of secondary and senior secondary standard about relevant subject matter||180 marks|
|knowledge of graduation standard about relevant subject matter||80 marks|
|Teaching methods of the relevant subject.||40 marks|
RPSC 2nd Grade Teacher Syllabus:
Candidates who are applied for RPSC 2nd Grade Teacher jobs can check the subject wise detailed syllabus here. By knowing the syllabus, candidates can prepare easily for the examination.
About RPSC :
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.
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