RPSC Inspector of Factories Boilers Screening Test-2020 Result: Deputy Secretary, Rajasthan Public Service Commission, shall shortly upload the Final Answer Key of the Inspector of Factories and Boilers Screening Test-2020 held on the 25th of November 2020. The Deputy Secretary would announce the Result of Inspector of Factories and Boilers Screening Test-2020 held for 180 Marks. The Written Screening Examination for Inspector of Factories and Boilers Recruitment 2020 comprised 180 Objective-Type Multiple-Choice Questions for 180 Marks with Negative Marking involved.
The Result of the Inspector of Factories and Boilers Screening Test Examination 2020 would be published on the RPSC Result Website in order of the Roll Number and Category-wise / Community-wise Minimum Qualifying Marks obtained in the Inspector of Factories and Boilers Screening Examination 2020. Rajasthan Public Service Commission would also inform the Candidates through SMS Alert and Email Ids on Announcement of the Result of the Inspector of Factories and Boilers Screening Examination 2020.
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There is a likelihood that Rajasthan Public Service Commission announces before January 2021 the Result of Inspector of Factories and Boilers Screening Examination 2020. The Candidates shortlisted in the Inspector of Factories and Boilers Screening Test 2020 would be summoned for appearing in Personal Interview. Personal Interview carries 40 Marks. The Candidates likely to be called for Personal Interview would be sent Intimation on downloading the Result.
Selection Procedure: The Minimum Qualifying Marks to be secured in the Screening Examination 2020 by the Candidates are 40% irrespective or the Caste/ Community. The Candidates failing to score the Minimum Qualifying 40 Marks would not be considered for subsequent Process of Selection.
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Selection Criteria: Selection to the Post of Inspector of Factories and Boilers would be based on the Final Merit List drawn up taking into account the Aggregate Marks obtained by the Candidates in both Written Screening Test (40 Marks) Plus Academic Weightage (20 Marks) and Personal Interview (40 Marks), put together 100 Marks and satisfying the Verification of Documents, Medical Fitness among others.