RPSC RAS Preliminary Exam Result 2023: The Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) has officially declared the results of the Rajasthan Administrative Service (RAS) 2023 preliminary exam on its website – rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in in PDF format in October 2023. Candidates who qualify for the RPSC RAS Prelims 2023 will be invited to appear for the main examination.

To check the results, a direct link has been provided in this article. The RPSC RAS Preliminary Exam was conducted on 1st October 2023 across various examination centers in Rajasthan, where nearly 5 lakh individuals appeared for the recruitment of Group ‘A’ and ‘B’ officers under the Rajasthan government.

To access your RPSC (Rajasthan Public Service Commission) exam results, follow these simple steps. First, navigate to the official RPSC website, which can be found at rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in. Once you’re on the website, look for the “Result” section and click on it. From there, you’ll find a link that allows you to download the result in PDF format. Click on this link, and the result will open on your screen. To quickly locate your roll number in the document, use the “Ctrl + F” keyboard shortcut to initiate a search. After locating your roll number, be sure to download and save the PDF for future reference. These steps should help you easily access and keep a record of your RPSC exam results.

To check your result click https://rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in/


The “GEN” category offers a total of 100.69 male posts, 97.01 female posts, 33.56 widow posts, 78.16 DV posts, and 68.51 Ex-Servicemen posts. Similarly, “GEN (SA)” provides 100.69 male posts, 91.03 female posts, 30.34 widow posts, and 11.49 Ex-Servicemen posts. The “EWS” category offers the same figures as the “GEN” category. Moving on to “SC,” there are 91.49 male posts, 82.3 female posts, 27.59 widow posts, 67.59 DV posts, and 30.34 Ex-Servicemen posts.

“ST” provides 94.25 male posts, 91.49 female posts, 25.75 widow posts, and 35.86 Ex-Servicemen posts. For “ST (SA),” we have 84.6 male posts, 76.32 female posts, and 16.09 widow posts. The “OBC” category aligns with the “GEN” category in terms of post distribution. Finally, “MBC” offers 99.31 male posts, 84.6 female posts, 31.26 widow posts, and 68.51 Ex-Servicemen posts. These statistics outline the allocation of posts across various categories, catering to different individuals based on their respective qualifications and backgrounds.

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