Gujarat Public Service Commission has released the final answer key for the Lecturer (Senior Scale), Gujarat Nursing Services, Class-1 in the Health and Family Welfare Department. The GPSC Lecturer final answer key was published on 16th April 2021. Candidates download the answer key from the direct link provided in the article.
GPSC Lecturer Final Answer Key
The final answer key of the prelims exam conducted on 07th February 2021 for the Lecturer (Senior Scale), Gujarat Nursing Services, Class-1, was released on 16th April 2021. Candidates check the overview of the recruitment:
|Organization||Gujarat Public Service Commission|
|Notification Date||26 December 2019|
|Post Name||Lecturer (Senior Scale), Gujarat Nursing Services, Class-1|
|Salary||Rs. 15,600/- – Rs. 39,100/- GP-6600/-|
|Mode of Selection||Prelim (Objective) + Interview|
|Prelims Test held on||7 February 2021|
|Provisional Answer Key released on||9 February 2021|
|Lecturer Final Answer Key released on||16 April 2021|
|Mains Exam||Not applicable|
|Interview||The date will be released soon|
|Final Result (Tentative)||After 10 days from the last date of the interview|
Steps to Download the Final Answer Key
- Visit the official website of Gujarat Public Service Commission- @gpsc.gujarat.gov.in.
- Go to the Home>> News & Event Details
- Then, click on the link Final Key (Prelim) 114/2019-20 Lecturer (Senior Scale), Gujarat Nursing Services, Class-1- View attachment.
- Download the ‘Final Key (Prelim) – 114/2019-20 – FAK-114-201920.pdf’ for Lecturer Class-I.
- Take the necessary printout of the answer key and compare your answers.
Phase II- Interview
The Prelims exam for the Lecturer (Senior Scale) was conducted out of a total of 300 Marks (Part-A: General Studies 100-Questions-100 Marks and Part-B: Concerned Subject 200-Questions, 200 Marks, Time Duration 3 hours). The shortlisted candidates, candidates who score equal to or above the cut-off, will be summoned for the Interview. There is no Mains examination for the post.
The interview will be conducted out of 100 marks. And the final merit list will be prepared in a ratio of 50:50 weightage, that is, 50% Weightage of obtained Marks of Prelims and 50% Weightage of obtained Marks of Interviews.