LRD Candidates Beware: Lokrakshak Dal written examination will have negative marking like UPSC-GPSC

LRD Candidates Beware: Lokrakshak Dal written examination will have negative marking like UPSC-GPSC, when and under what conditions can negative marking be done? Learn

  • The question paper of 100 marks asked in MCQ will get two hours
  • The OMR sheet will have another option of "Not Attempted" with four answer options

9.46 lakh applications have been confirmed for recruitment of 10459 posts of Armed / Unarmed Constable-Lokarakshak and SRPF Constable in Lokarakshak Dal in Gujarat Police. The written test for this recruitment is estimated to be held in the month of March. However, like the UPSC and GPSC exams, the LRD written exam also has a rule of negative marking, in which 0.25 marks will be deducted for each negative marking.

The written examination will be of two hours duration

One mark for each question in the written examination will be 100 marks in total. Exam time will be two hours. This question paper covers general knowledge, current trends, computer knowledge, psychology, history, geography, sociology, mental capacity, science as well as basic principles of the Constitution of India, Indian Criminal Act 1860, Criminal Procedure Act 1976 and Indian Evidence Act Primary-1872. Will be taken.

Rule of negative marking in written examination

This written test will be taken in MCQ (Multiple Choice Question) and OMR (Optical Mark Reader) method. All questions must be answered. Each question will also have a "Not Attempted" option. If a candidate does not want to answer any question then he has to select "Not Attempted" option. If the "Not Attempted" option is selected, there will be no negative marking. One mark will be given for each correct answer and 0.25 mark will be negative for each wrong answer.

Can't use a whitener pen

If the candidate has not chosen any option then 0.25 marks will be considered as negative. If more than one option is selected then 0.25 marks will be considered negative. The use of white ink in OMR sheets is prohibited. If a candidate uses white ink in the answer to a question, the answer will be considered negative and given negative marks. The medium of written examination will be Gujarati.

Negative marking will be deducted 0.25 marks per error

Thus, for every four mistakes made by the candidate in the written examination, it will be less than 1 mark. For example, if a candidate has 10 errors in his MCQ sheet, his marks will be reduced by 2.50 marks. Thus, if he gets 67 marks in the written examination, it will be reduced to 64.5 marks, which will have a direct effect on the merit list of the candidate.

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