RSMSSB Rajasthan CHO Re-Exam Set for March 3 – Check Details Here

Feb 9, 2024

Rajasthan RSMSSB CHO re-examination new date: Rajasthan Staff Selection BoardJaipur has announced the rescheduling of Community Health Officer (CHO) re-examination for the year 2024. Rajasthan RSMSSB CHO re-exam will now be conducted on March 3, 2024.
The exam, initially scheduled for February 19, 2023, was cancelled, forcing the board to set a new date of March 3, 2024. The purpose of this re-examination was to fill 3,531 posts. vacant postIt is important for interested candidates seeking employment opportunities in healthcare sector,
Rajasthan Staff Selection Board, Jaipur had invited applications for Community Health Officer (Contract) Recruitment Examination-2022 by issuing advertisement number 11/2022 serial number 1027 on 1 November 2022.
The examination originally scheduled for February 19, 2023, was canceled by the Board, as announced in Press Release No. 829 dated December 29, 2023. As a result, the board has rescheduled the exam to be held on March 3, 2024, as per the release. Program.
Direct link to read official notice on new date of CHO re-examination
Community Health Officer (Contract) Recruitment Examination-2022 (Re-conducted) will start from 03:00 PM to 04:30 PM on scheduled date.
Candidates are advised to ensure that they fulfill the prescribed eligibility and educational qualifications as mentioned by the Board office. During the examination, candidates will get five options/circles per question. The first four options (A, B, C, D) correspond to possible answers, while the fifth option (E) indicates an unanswered question.
Candidates are required to fill the OMR answer sheet correctly and blacken the circle corresponding to the correct answer with a blue ballpoint pen. If any circle is not blackened, 1/3 marks of that question will be deducted.
Candidates are warned that failure to blacken more than 10 per cent of the circles will render them ineligible for the examination. Additionally, 10 additional minutes will be provided to ensure that at least one circle is filled for each question.
The date for downloading the provisional e-admit card will be informed separately from the board's website The Board emphasizes on relying only on the information provided through reputed state-level newspapers or the official website of the Board.
A strict warning is issued against cheating or indulging in irregular activities during the examination. Strict legal action will be taken against the culprits including heavy fine ranging from Rs 10 lakh to Rs 10 crore and life imprisonment. Such candidates will also have to be debarred from future examinations.

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