Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) has released the Haryana Police admit card 2021 for Constable Written Examination 2021 on its official portal. The candidates who have applied for the Advt 4/2020 Constable (Male) examination now can check and download their admit cards online from the official portal using their login id and password. HSSC has scheduled to conduct the Constable knowledge test on October 31, November 01, and 02, 2021. The examination will be conducted in two shifts.
In order to download the Haryana Police Constable admit card 2021 candidates have to access the portal at its link (http://adv42020.hryssc.in/StaticPages/HomePage.aspx?exp=y). Then, have to click on the Login button on the homepage. By doing so, a pop-up link will appear on the screen. Enter login id and password, before a click on the 'Sign-in' button. Thereafter, the candidate's dashboard will appear wherein, candidates have to click on the 'Admit Card' link from the left-sidebar. On the instruction page, accessing the link 'Click to download button, admit card will generate on the home screen. HSSC Constable admit card will appear on screen, download, and take a printout of the same.
According to the revised schedule, the state commission will be conducting the Haryana Police Constable written exam commencing on October 31, 2021. The examination will be held in two shifts on each day. The first shift (morning session) exam will be held from 10:30 to 12:00 pm while the second shift (evening session) exam from 03:00 PM to 04:30 PM.
Based on the instructions, candidates have to reach out to the exam center with their faces covered with masks. Candidates, however, may be asked to remove the mask for identification purposes. Candidates will be allowed to enter the examination center after sanitization & thermal screening. Candidates shall ensure social distancing as per the guidelines issued by the State Government.
The candidates also have to bring a legibly printed admit card with 2-recent colored photos, one pasted on admit card at mark-B duly attested by a gazetted officer, and one identity proof with a photo-like driving license, voter card, Aadhar card, passport, etc. at the Examination Centre failing which candidate will not be allowed to enter in the exam center.
The candidate should ensure that he/she possesses the requisite qualifications and age etc and fulfill all the eligibility conditions for the said post as per advertisement on the cut-off date. The written examination will be supervised by doing frisking before allowing entry into the examination center, using CCTV Cameras, Scanning of QR Code/ attendance, Biometric attendance, videography, and using Jammers, etc. in the examination hall/ examination center to stop copying and impersonation, etc.
Each question has four alternative answers of which only one is correct. For each question, darken only one circle on the Original copy only of OMR Sheet whichever you think is the correct answer on the OMR answer sheet with only the Blue/Black Ball Pen provided by the Commission. The candidates are warned not to mark anything on the commission’s copy and the candidate’s copy. The impression of the original OMR sheet will automatically be marked on the Commission’s copy and the candidate’s copy of the OMR answer sheet. The pencil should not be used for darkening the circle.
If more than one circle is found darkened, that answer will not be evaluated. Further, if a candidate darkens more than one circle and smudge/ scratch any place in any manner with eraser, Nail, Blade, White Fluid/Whitener etc. Then in such circumstances, OMR Sheet/Answer Sheet and candidature of the candidate shall be canceled. The candidate himself/herself will be solely responsible for this.