Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) has released two very important notifications concerning the Assistant Engineer (AEN) mains examination. The first is about the extended result. And the next is the exam date for mains. Both have been released under the events and news part of rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in.
As per the official”press note regarding exam dates to get asst. engineer reunite. comp. (mains) examination 2018″, RPSC AEN mains 2019 will be held from October 9 to October 11. Meaning that there is no change in the test dates!
Another notice titled”extended result (by court order) to get asst. Engineer (civil/ mech / elect) mixed aggressive (pre.) Examination-2018″ comprises a roster numbers of 911 candidates for AEN civil, 314 to get AEN mechanical / electric, and 3 for panchayati raj at engg, that are also qualified briefly for the mains examination, as a result of the high court orders.
Revised or protracted result notice also includes the new cut off. AEN mechanical / electrical cut for ST females is 85.2. For OBC females it’s 85.2, and also for other OBCs it’s 169.43.
RPSC had announced the consequence of AEN prelims on July 18. In that the cut from ST and OBC candidates had been greater than that of general candidates. This matter was introduced through writ petitions by many candidates.
Hon ‘ble’ High Court of Jaipur passed interim orders following the hearing on September 26 on the matter of writ petition number 14788/2019 Manish Kumar Meena vs Rajasthan state and many others, and other pertinent writ petitions. Because of that order, RPSC has released revised effects.
The new issue is the AEN mains exam date. Candidates have expressed that they won’t have the ability to get ready for the exam in ten days time. Some have requested that the examination be postponed by at least 60 days, whereas others have asked for it to be postponed by 90 days.
On the flip side, a part of applicants claim that because results were announced in July, there was sufficient time to prepare.
But others say there are two major reasons to postpone the exam. Primarily, most candidates were awaiting revised results due to the continuing case. So even people whose roster amounts were there at the results were not convinced of what would happen. And secondly, the 1228 candidates who have only begun to know that they are also qualified for the mains will be disadvantaged — they’re getting just 10 days to prepare whereas other people have experienced around three months.
Candidates have chosen to societal media to share their concerns. The final decision will be as per official finds by RPSC, at rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in.