Rajasthan Jail Prahari Answer Key 2017 and the details related to it can be checked from this page. After much delay, the answer key for the Jail Prahari exam has finally been released. The exam was organized in online mode, from August 26 to September 14, 2017. The Rajasthan Jail Prahari answer key released today, on October 11, 2017. The result of the exam is also expected to be announced soon. Until then, the candidates can download the answer key of Rajasthan Jail Prahari 2017 and estimate their score via it.
Rajasthan Jail Prahari Answer Key 2017
The answer key has been released online. Candidates can check via login. Bodies like SSC conducts examination online for the window of days and then release the answer key via a login.
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The date for the release of Rajasthan Jail Prahari 2017 Answer Key will be updated in the table below:
|Rajasthan Jail Prahari exam begins from||26 Aug 2017|
|The last date paper of the exam will be held on||14 Sep 2017|
|Rajasthan Jail Warden Answer Key 2017||11 Oct 2017|
|Rajasthan Jail Warden Final Answer Key 2017||27 Oct 2017|
|Result will be disclosed||To be announced soon|
Check Answer Key: Click here to check the Rajasthan Jail Prahari Answer Key 2015-16.
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The candidates can submit their objections for related to the answers till 17 Oct 2017.
Rajasthan Jail Prahari Answer Key 2017 via Login – The answer key has been released through a login. To access it, the candidates need to follow the steps below:
- Click on the link provided above.
- Enter Application Number and Password.
- Tab the “Login” button.
- Check and download the answer key.
How to Use Rajasthan Jail Prahari Answer Key to Calculate the Score?
The candidates can match the answers provided in the key, with that mark in the examination. Then, add 4 marks for each correct response and for marking incorrect answers, deduct 1 marks. When all the adding and subtracting will be done, the candidates will be left with their estimated score.
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