RPSC is Hiring a School Lecturer

RPSC is Hiring a School Lecturer

Rajasthan Public Service Commission

RPSC is Hiring a School Lecturer. With the vacancy of 264 posts. Candidate with Bachelors Degree/Post Graduate/B. Ed can apply before 27th Jan 2020. The selection process will be done on the basis of Written Test and Personal Interview. Any changes in the number of Vacancies will be informed on the official site. Stay Connected to the website for Exam Date, Admit Card, Answer Key. For detail information about Salary/Qualification/Criteria/Eligibility, you can go through this page.


Vacancies as per Subjects For School Lecturer

Subject No. Of  Vacancies
English 35
General Grammar 20
Grammar 20
Hindi 35
History 04
Literature 20
Total 134

 Eligibility Criteria For School Lecturer

Post Name Qualification Age

School Lecturer

Candidate must have Bachelors Degree/Post Graduate/B. Ed in Second Class and from Recognized Institute

Must have a working knowledge of Devanagri Script and also of Rajasthan Culture


21-40 years

 Application Fees For School Lecturer

Candidates from Gen/EWS/OBC category                       Rs. 350/-
For SC/ST Candidates                       Rs. 250/-
For BC/Special BC/Non-Creamy Layer

candidates of Rajasthan

                      Rs. 150/-

 Pay Scale For School Lecturer

Name of the Post No of Vacancy Pay Matrix
School Lecturer 134 Grade Pay 4800/-

Important Dates For School Lecturer

Application Date 13th January 2020
Last Date 27th January 2020

 Important Links For School Lecturer

For Detail Information visit at https://rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in/Static/RecruitmentAdvertisements/A20B7A0462A24A6298F99793F68A0E4A.pdf
Official Website https://rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in/

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The applicants who are interested in this job can apply on this website http://rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in/

You can apply from 13th January 2020 to 27th January 2020.

Job Location:-  Rajasthan

About Rajasthan Public Service Commission

RPSC had a glorious past of nearly 70 years. During 1923, the Lee Commission had recommended setting up of a Central Public Service Commission in India, but it did not give much thought to the need of establishing similar commissions in provinces. It was left largely to the discretion of provincial Governments to recruit and exercise control over their Services, as they thought proper.

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