RAS scaling system held invalid by Rajasthan High Court
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RAS scaling system held invalid by Rajasthan High Court

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The scaling system adopted by Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) in preparing the results of (Rajasthan Administrative Service) RAS was held invalid by Rajasthan High Court on Monday. The Rajasthan High Court ordered the RPSC to prepare the RAS (Main) results on the basis of raw marks within a month and conduct the interviews afterwards.

The court also directed the RPSC to re-conduct the examination with new rules for the additional 105 seats, which were added to the originally announced 1,106 seats after the main examination was over.

Justice G K Vyas, while disposing of a petition on Monday challenging the RPSC’s decision to increase the number of posts after the main examination using the scaling method and non-discloser of the raw marks, issued these directions. The court had, however, completed the arguments on February 25 and had reserved the order for Monday.

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