RPSC RAS Exam: In various recruitment examinations held in Rajasthan, 30 to 40 percent questions are asked related to the art culture, language and general knowledge of the state. This information was given by the state government in the assembly on Tuesday. Education Minister Dr. BD Kalla told during the Question Hour that only 1.05 percent people from outside the state have been selected in the recruitment of Rajasthan Public Service Commission from the year 2012 to the year 2022. Similarly, from the year 2014 to the year 2022, only 0.90 percent people from outside have got jobs through the Staff Selection Board. He informed that 30 to 40 percent questions are asked in the recruitment examinations in the state related to art, culture, language and general knowledge of the state.
Dr. Kalla, while replying to the supplementary question asked by the member in this regard during the Question Hour on behalf of the Personnel Minister, said that states like Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Punjab and Gujarat have made the question paper of their state’s official language compulsory in the recruitment examinations. Has gone. He said that the languages of all these states are recognized by the constitution. After Rajasthani language is recognized, this provision can be made in the state also. He told that questions related to Rajasthani language, literature and folk culture, tourism etc. are being asked in the recruitment examinations of RAS, BDO, AEN, JEN etc. in the state. The Education Minister said that the resolution to include Rajasthani language in the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution has been unanimously passed by the State Assembly, but no decision has been taken by the Central Government so far. Earlier, in a written reply to the original question of MLA Avinash, the Education Minister said that there is a provision of being a citizen of India under the rule of “nationality” in all service rules.
He said that according to Article 16(2) of the Constitution of India, there cannot be discrimination in public employment on the basis of place of residence. He said that according to Article 16 (3) only the Parliament has the right to make legal provision in public employment on the basis of place of residence.
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