HSSC Gram Sachiv Exam 2020: The Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) on Thursday released the Gram Sachiv examination dates at its website. The written examination for the Gram Sachiv posts will be held in OMR based format from 25 to 27 December, 2020. Ahead of the Gram Sachiv exam dates schedule HSSC to issue Gram Sachiv admit card online at hssc.gov.in, on Dec 14, 2020. Candidates who have registered for the 697 posts of Gram Sachiv against HSSC Advt number- 09/2019, Category 1 can check the exam dates, release date for Admit card officially at Commission site.
As per the HSSC Notice Commission will hold Gram Sachiv examination on 25, 26, and 27 December 2020 in two shifts. Earlier, officials hinted that Commission would conduct pending recruitment examinations starting from December 2020. The schdeule was delayed after the Covid-19 pandemic and successive Lockdowns.
Following the Covid-19 safety guidelines, now Haryana Staff Selection Commission decides to conduct OMR based written examination for the post of Gram Sachiv in Development and Panchayat Department, Haryana. "Admit card for the Gram Sachiv posts can be downloaded from the Commission website hssc.gov.in from 14/12/2020", notice reads.
The OMR based written examination for the Gram Sachiv (697 posts) will be conducted in OMR based (Offline format) from 25, 26, & 27 December 2020. The examination will be held in two shifts, 1st from 10:30 am to 12:00 noon and 2nd from 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm. The exam time and place of examination will be as per admit card. Earlier, Haryana Staff Selection Commission invited the online applications against Gram Sachiv 697 posts, against the Advt. no- 09/2019, from 19th June 2019 to 03rd July 2019.
The Gram Sachiv examination will consist of 90 marks will be divided into two parts. The examination duration will be 90 minutes i.e 1.3 hours. The OMR based written exam will consist of- a) 75% weightage for General Awareness, Reasoning, Maths, Science, Computer, English, Hindi and concerned or relevant subject, as applicable. b) 25% weightage for History, Current Affairs, Literature, Geography, Civics, Environment, and Culture of Haryana.