AO and ARO (Agri. Chemistry) Screening Test-2020 Result: Deputy Secretary will announce the Result of Agriculture Officer and Agriculture Research Officer - Agriculture Chemistry (Agri. Dept.) Screening Test 2020 held on the 24th Date of November 2020 (24.11.2020) post releasing the Final Answer Key of the AO & ARO Chemistry (Agricultural Deptt) Screening Examination 2020 likely to be published on the Website in December 2020. Deputy Secretary would publish in the Website the Results of AO and ARO (Agri. Chemistry) Screening Test 2020 in order of the Roll Number and Merit determined on the basis of the Marks obtained.
Deputy Secretary, in concurrence with Announcement of the RPSC announced Agriculture Officer and Agriculture Research Officer Screening Examination - 2020 Results would inform the Candidates through Website and by Intimation through Email. There is a likelihood that the Deputy Secretary announces the Results of the AO and ARO (Agri. Chemistry)in January 2021. The Candidates declared with Minimum Qualifying Marks in the AO & ARO Screening Examination 2020 would be considered for appearing in Personal Interview.
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The Candidates shortlisted with securing Minimum Qualifying 40 Marks in the Agriculture Officer & Agriculture Research Officer Screening Examination-2020 would be summoned for appearing in the Personal Interview. The Candidates with Higher Merit based on the individual Performance-based Marks. Such Candidates would be intimated through Interview Call Letters for appearing in Personal Interview for 40 Marks.
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Selection Procedure: Selection to the Posts of 01) Agriculture Officers (AO) and 02) Agriculture Research Officers (ARO) shall be based on the 01) Minimum Qualifying Marks (40 Marks), 02) Academic Weightage (20 Marks) and 03) Personal Interview (40 Marks) resulting Final Selection to the Posts.
Selection Criteria: Final Selection to the Post of Agriculture Officer (AO) and Agriculture Research Officer would be based on the Final Merit List determined taking into consideration Aggregate Marks in the Screening Test, Academic Weightage Plus Personal Interview and subject to overall meeting with Document Verification, Medical Fitness among others to the utmost satisfaction RPSC.
AO and ARO (Agri. Chemistry)
180 MCQs for 180 Marks
Marks Secured in Screening Test × 40 / Total Marks of Screening Test
Minimum Qualifying 40 Marks
Academic Weightage 20 Marks
Personal Interview 40Marks