The entrance examination day 1 for police constable recruitment was performed on November 6, 2020. The take a look at was performed in two shifts of 2 hours period every. The query paper was divided into 4 sections – Reasoning, Logic and Basic Computer Literacy, Knowledge of Statutory Provision associated to crime in opposition to girls and kids, General Knowledge, General Science and Current Affairs and, History, Geography, Economy, Polity, Culture and Arts of Rajasthan. According to topic specialists and training institutes, the paper was of reasonable problem. Certain sections have been difficult whereas different sections have been straightforward to resolve.
The reasoning, logic and primary laptop literacy had a complete of 60 questions. Both reasoning and laptop literacy topics had 30 questions every within the paper within the first shift on day 1. The reasoning questions have been pretty straight-forward and easy. Just a few questions have been difficult and arduous to know. However, the part was scoring sufficient for many aspirants. The laptop literacy part was easy however required conceptual readability and reminiscence of minor particulars within the topic.
However, all of the questions have been from the desired syllabus making it simpler for aspirants to attain. The regulation part consisted of questions on numerous acts, their dates of implementation and their aims. Hence, to clear this part, candidates needed to merely learn and perceive the aim of these acts in addition to memorise vital dates. Most questions within the examination have been primarily based on the historical past and economic system of the state of Rajasthan. Around 7-8 questions, primarily based on Indian historical past, have been additionally requested within the examination. According to topic specialists, the present affairs part was easy, scoring and time-saving for aspirants.
As per the marking scheme, each proper reply will add the 1/2 (half) marks, whereas, there’s a provision of unfavorable marking. For each fallacious reply, 25% of the marks assigned to that query shall be deducted.