Rajasthan Public Service Commission September 145, (Day 3) of SI Rajasthan Police exam conducted the paper 1 for Sub Inspector (SI) posts in Rajasthan Police. As per the reports, the paper 1 exam for the Hindi subject is now over and students have started log-out from the exam centers. The candidates who attempt the RPSC SI exam today or are scheduled to appear in coming shifts can go through the 15 September Sub Inspector paper analysis here.
According to the feedback from the candidates, today's SI exam was easy. In addition to that, the analysis along with the RPSC SI unofficial answer key and asked questions are hereby shared with the help of exam experts. The official answer key, however, will be released by the commission on rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in.
As far as SI Paper 1 pattern is concerned, as many as 100 MCQs each carrying 2 marks are asked from the candidates. The questions are of matriculation standard. All the questions have to be attempted in a time duration of 2 hours. It should be noted that there is a provision of negative marking of 1/3 mark for each wrong answer.
Here below is the unofficial SI answer key 2021 and analysis of September 15, 2021, held examination, shared by the Parigyaan Classes exam experts. The analysis is available and based only upon students' feedback and views provided.
Here below is the paper 1 analysis of the RPSC SI Exam 2021 as shared by Exampur Rajasthan exam experts. The answers given in the analysis are tentative and subject to change.
The paper analysis of Rajasthan Police Sub Inspector Paper 2 (GK and GS) will be shared once the examination is over, at 6 PM. The aspirants are further asked to keep a check at the website rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in for exam-related latest announcements.
Once the examination is over, the official answer key, will be released by the Rajasthan Public Service Commission on its official website rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in. The candidates will be able to check and relate their responses to the answer key. In case of any discrepancy in the key, they will be given a chance to raise objections.