Haryana Staff Selection Commission has scheduled to release Online admit card today for several exams. HSSC earlier scheduled the online CBT exams beginning from 14 March onwards for various posts under Advt 11/2019. Commission will release Online exam admit card for Assistant Lineman (Advt 11/2019) today (March 7, 2020). The examination fixture is set as per HSSC schedule and admit card will be live from today, notice specified.
Haryana Staff Selection Commission to conduct online exam on March 14 and 15, 2020. Candidates will be able to get download HSSC Online Computer Based Test (CBT) admit card online at hssc.gov.in Today.
Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) is set to release Exam admit card for Assistant Lineman (ALM) exam under advt 11/2019 today, March 7. The Online Computer Based Examination will be organized on March 14 and 15, 2020. Applicants can download e-admit card using Registration Id, Password online at hssc.gov.in.
As pre HSSC notice, the CBT exam for ALM in DHBVNL and UHBVNL will be organized on scheduled March 14 and 15, 2020 dates. In prior to exam, Haryana SSC seems to release Admit card today. Candidates logging to Commission official website will get download ALM Admit card (Advt 11/2019) March 2020 exams.
As per schedule HSSC to conduct Online Computer Based exam in three shifts. Exam first shift will commence at 9:30 am, second shift at 1 pm and third shift from 4:30 pm, onwards. On March 7, Commmission has schduled to issue online exam admit card. Applicants will get download E-Call Letter following official website.
On other hand HSSC postponed the Upper Divisional Clerk (UDC) exam which was scheduled on March 1, 2020 to March 18, 2020. Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) to issue UDC admit card on March 11. Recent updates can be accessed from HSSC Public Notice section. View Exam notices & updates here
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HSSC Online Exam Scheme & Syllabus
HSSC Online exam will comprise of 90 multiple choice questions from general awareness, reasoning, General Mathematics, General Science, Basic Computer, General English and Hindi and concerned subject as applicable, will carry 75% weightage.
In part II, 25% questions’ weightage will be on History, Current Affairs, Literature, Geography, Civics, Environment, Culture etc of Haryana State.
All the 90 questions will carry one mark each. The CBT Online Test will be of 90 questions carrying one mark each.
The remaining 10 marks will be given on socio- economic criteria and experience, during preparation of Merit list.
Website of the HSSC Commission- hssc.gov.in