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RPSC Recruitment 2019: Rajasthan government released 5000 vacancies for school lecturer; important details to know

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 21 September 2019, 13:21 IST

It must be a piece of good news for the aspirants who are waiting for the first-grade school lecturer recruitment drive. The Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) has announced the revised notification for the posts of school lecturer. Therefore, candidates can apply for 5000 vacancies released by the state government.

Rajasthan government has revised the vacancies from 4,212 to 5,000 vacancies. Therefore, candidates who wanted to be a school lecturer can submit their application form at rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in.


 

Check RPSC Vacancy details:

Total Vacancies: 5000 vacanct positions

Check Category wise vacancies:

  • UR: 1852
  • OBC: 1041
  • SC: 788
  • ST: 588
  • EWS: 491
  • MBC: 240
  • PH: 213
  • Ex-Servicemen: 241

RPSC School Lecturer Posts: Subject-wise vacancies details

  • Commerce: 118
  • Biology: 166
  • Geography: 782
  • Economics: 129
  • Punjabi: 15
  • Rajasthani: 6
  • History: 613
  • Music: 6
  • Chemistry: 160
  • Home Science: 54
  • Hindi: 849
  • Public Administration: 5
  • Sociology: 32
  • Art: 40
  • English: 304
  • Political Science: 815
  • Physics: 187
  • Agriculture: 370
  • Mathematics: 193
  • Sanskrit: 156.

Eligibility Criteria Required:

Applicants applying for the post should be graduated in the particular subjecy and he/she should have a B.Ed from any recognised college or university.

Age limit:

The minumum age limit required to apply for the post is 21 years while the maximum age limit is 40 years.

Important dates:

  • Application process opens: September 23
  • Last date of application process: October 12

Also Read: SSC Recruitment 2019: Notification released for Stenographer Grade C and D; check vacancy details

First published: 21 September 2019, 13:04 IST
 
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