Rajasthan Staff Selection Commission has released their latest recruitment notification for the post of Lab Assistant. It’s time to grab the opportunity by both hands. We are here to share all the required details about the Rajasthan Lab Assistant Recruitment with you. So, you must scroll through to get a full overview of the,
- No. of vacancies
- Eligibility Criteria
- Exam Pattern
- How to apply and many more.
Rajasthan Lab Assistant Vacancy
As per the Rajasthan Lab Assistant Recruitment Notification, there are 1200 vacancies as a whole. Go through the table below to know more about the number of vacancies for each category.
|Serial No.||Name Of The Post||Vacancy Unreserved||Vacancy Reserved for SC||Vacancy Reserved for ST||Vacancy Reserved for OBC||Total Vacancy|
Rajasthan Lab Assistant Recruitment: Eligibility Criteria
If you want to apply for the vacant posts there are certain eligibility criteria you need to maintain. So, before you proceed with the online application process check the eligibility criteria here.
A candidate has to be a citizen of India or a subject of Nepal or Bhutan. Along with that, an aspirant coming to India from one of the following countries with an intention of permanently settling in India will also be regarded as eligible.
- Sri Lanka
- East African countries of Zaire
In addition to that, a Tibetan refugee who came to before 1st January 1962 with the intention of settling in India permanently will be eligible as well.
Note: All the above eligibility criteria are considered only if the candidates are able to show the corresponding documents issued by the Government of India at the time document verification.
You need to have passed the Senior Secondary or Higher Secondary Examination with science as an optional subject from a recognized board or council of India.
Not only that, the candidates applying for the vacant post must have the working knowledge of writing Hindi in Devnagri Script.
Having knowledge of the Rajasthani Culture is also necessary.
To apply for the vacant posts the minimum age of the candidates needs to be 18 years. The maximum age limit is up to 40 years. The reserved category candidates will get relaxation in their maximum age. You must have to go through the table below to grab the details on age relaxation,
|Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe (SC/ST)||5 years|
|Other Backward Classes (OBC Non-Creamy Layer)||3 years|
|Persons with Disabilities (PWD)||10 years|
|Ex-Servicemen (Army personnel)||5 years|
Have you found yourself eligible? Then, it is time to apply for the vacant posts. Let’s discuss the Application Fees and How to apply process here.
Rajasthan Lab Assistant Recruitment 2019: Application Fees
The application fee for the unreserved category is Rs. 450/- The candidates from reserved category will get exemption in the application fee. The Application Fee for the Non-Creamy Layer OBC category candidates is Rs. 350/- However, the SC, ST category candidates need to pay Rs. 250/- as the application fee. Check out the RSMSSB Recruitment Stenographer for more details.
The candidates from other states than Rajasthan will be considered in the unreserved category.
Rajasthan Lab Assistant Recruitment 2019: Selection Process
The candidates will be selected depending on their performance in the two phases test. The first phase consists of a written examination and in the second phase, there will be a personality test.
The written examination will be of 300 marks. There are two Parts in the written examination. The first part will be of 100 marks and the second part is of 200 marks. Take a look at the table below to know more about the topics of each test and the number of questions.
|Paper A||General Knowledge-|
History & Geography of Rajasthan, Art, Sanskrit, Literature, Tradition, Heritage of Rajasthan
|100||A composite time of 3 hours|
Rajasthan Lab Assistant Syllabus
Go through the table below to get hold of the Rajasthan Lab Assistant Recruitment Syllabus.
|01.||History of Rajasthan, Arts and Culture, Literature, Traditions and Heritage||राजरथान के इतिहास के प्रमुख स्रोत
राजस्थान की प्रमुख प्रागैतिहासिक सभ्यतायें
राजस्थान के प्रमुख राजवंश एवं उनकी उपलधियां
स्थापत्य कला की प्रमुख विशेषताएँ
महत्वपूर्ण किले, स्मारक एवं संरचनाये
राजस्थान के धार्मिक आंदोलन एवं लोक देवी-विशेषताऐं
राजस्थान की प्रमुख चित्रकला, शैलियां एवं हस्तशिल्प
राजरथानी भाषा एवं साहित्य की प्रमुख कृतियां, क्षेत्रीय बोलियां
मेले, त्यौहार, लोक संगीत, लोक नृत्य, वाद्ययंत्र एवं आभूषण
राजस्थानी संस्कृति, परंपरा एवं विरासत
महत्वपूर्ण ऐतिहासिक पर्यटन स्थल
राजस्थान के प्रमुख व्यक्तित्व
राजस्थान की रियासतें एवं ब्रिटिश संधियां, 1857 का जन-आंदोलन
कषक एंव जनजाति आंदोलन, प्रजामंडल आंदोलन
राजस्थान का एकीकरण
राजस्थान का राजनीतिक जनजागरण एंव विकार–महिलाओं के विशेष संदर्भ में
|02.||Geography of Rajasthan||राजस्थान का भूगोल
स्थिति एवं विस्तार
मुख्य भौतिक विभाग :- मरूस्थलीय प्रदेश, अरावली पर्वतीय प्रदेश, मैदानी प्रदेश, पठारी प्रदेश
वन एवं वन्य जीव संरक्षण
पर्यावरणीय एवं पारिस्थितिकीय मुददे
कृषि-जलवायु प्रदेश एवं प्रमुख फसलें
|03.||Biology [Part A]||General characters of: Algae. Fungi. Lichens. Bryophyta. Pterido-phyta, Gymnosperms. and Angiosperms.
Morphology of Angiosperms: Structure and Modification of Root. Stem and Leaf. Structure of flower and seed
Plant Anatomy: Tissue and Tissue System Secondary growth
Plant Physiology: Osmosis, Water Absorption Ascent of sap, Transpiration, Photosynthesis, Respiration, Plant growth and movement
Environmental Studies: Structure and type of Ecosystem, Energy flow, Biogeo- Chemical Cycle,
Ecological Adaptations, Environmental Pollution, Population Ecology, Biodiversity.
Biotechnology: General Account, Recombinant m~A technology, Transgenic Plants and Animal,
Ethical Issues, Application of Biotechnology in Agriculture and Medical field Economic Importance of Plants
Cell: Structure (Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic) cell theory and cell Division
|04.||Biology [Part B]||Genetics. Mendel's law, General Terminology, Structure of DNA and RNA, Molicular basic of Heredity Structure of chromosome, sex determination and genetic disorders in man.
Classification of Animal Kingdom: up to Phyla in Non chordates and up to class in chordates.
Digestion, Respiration: Excretion in human. Protein, arbohydrate, Fat. Vitamin and digestive enzyme, Exchange of gases, Aerobic and Anaerobic respiration, Kreb cycle, Glycolysis CJtOry substance. Structure and Physiology of Kidney
Circulatory and Endocrine System of Human: Structure of Heart, Composition of blood, blood groups, Blood clotting, Lymph glands, Antigen and Antibodies. Endocrine glands and their hormones.
Nervous System of Human: Structure of Brain, Eye and Ear, Structure of Neuron, nerve impulse.
Muscular System: Type of Muslcles and Muscle contraction
Reproductory System in Human and Human Diseses Structure and Reproductive health.
Disease in man caused by Bacteria, Virus, Protozoa, Fungi and Helminths
Biological Evolution, Economic Importance of Animals
|05.||Physics||Dynamics of Rigid Body: Torque, Conservation of angular momentum, moment of inertia of simple geometrical objects,
Thermodynamics: First & Second law of thermodynamics, heat engines and refrigerators.
Oscillations: Simple harmonic motion & its example. resonance
Waves: Principle of super -position of waves, Doppler effect.
Electrostatics: Coulomb's law, electric field Gauss's theorem & its applications.
Electric Current: Kirchhoff's law, Wheatstone-bridge, meter-bridge, potentiometer.
Optics: microscope & telescope, interference, diffraction & polarisation, polarimeter.
Atom: Bohr's model of H- atom.
Nuclei: Mass defect, nuclear binding energy, nuclear fission & fusion.
Semi-conductor Electronics: pn junction, transistor, logic gates, diode as a rectifier, zener diode.
|06.||Chemistry||Periodic Table & Atomic Properties:
Rutherford's nuclear model
Pauli's exclusion principle
Types of orbital ( s, p, d, f), shape of orbital
Modern periodic table
Variation in atomic properties (Size, lonisation potential, Electron affinity, Electronegativity)
S-Block & P-Block Elements:
Trends in Physical & Chemical properties
Inert pair effect
Factors affecting Equilibrium
Reversible and Irreversible reactions
Laws of chemical Equilibrium
Le Chatelier's principle
Acid base equillibrium
Common ion effect
Acid Base titration
Ideal gas equation
Graham's law of diffusion
Kinetic theory of gases
Properties of liquids
Properties of solids
Classification of solids
Unit cells & their types
Packing of crystals
Structure of simple ionic compounds
Defects in crystals (Frenkel, Schottky)
Solute, Solvent, Solution
Concentration of solutions (Molarity, Normality, Formality, Molality, Mole fraction, Weight percent)
Types of solutions (Gas solutions, Liquid solutions, Solid solutions)
Ideal & Non- ideal solutions
Colligative properties of solutions
Nomenclature & General Properties of Organic Compounds:
Rules of IUPAC nomenclature
Types of reactions (Substitution, Addition, Elimination)
Inductive effect, Electromeric effect
Resonance, Hyperconjugation, Steric effect
Isomerism (structural & Stereo)
Definition & types of hydrocarbons (Alkane, Alkene, Alkyne, Arene)
Preparation of hydrocarbons
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