rpsc-result-2016-to-be-declared-after-diwaliThe result of junior accountant examination which was held on October 4 will be declared after Diwali by Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC). Details related to result will be updated on the official website by RPSC.

Update of October 29, 2016, 8:30 AM: Due to some technical problems the result of junior accountant and TRA examination will be declared after Diwali as reported yesterday by ETV News, Rajasthan. The statement can be checked out below. The result will now clearly be out by 2nd or 3rd October.

It is said by Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) that they have received around 400 objections to the answer key for the exam which was taken on 4th October as reported by Rajasthan Patrika.

The objections are now sorted out by the commission and said that the result will be declared on Wednesday or Thursday. The result has to be delayed by a day or two because other recruitment is going on. Earlier it was decided that the result will be out by October 25. Still, the result was not declared on Wednesday or Thursday. Now as said by RPSC, it is safe to say that the result will be out on October 28.

It is said that around 3.64 lakh applicants have given the Tehsil Revenue accountant and junior accountant exam on October 4. In the first shift total of 1.78, lakh students appeared and remaining 1.76 lakh students appeared in the second shift. It was noted that the re-examination was held across 1104 centers in the state. The examination was held for recruiting candidates for 3776 posts.

Once the result junior accountant is declared today the candidates will be able to check it on the official website which is rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in.

The cut-offs for the junior accountant and TRA are as follows, for the general category it is 45-50, for OBC 40-46, for SC it is 38-42 and 34-38 for ST. As it is not exact cut-offs, candidates will have to wait until the declaration of result and for the official cut-offs.


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