Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) on Saturday, July 31 released the Police Constable admit card for the candidates who have applied for Advt 4/2020, Category 1. The admit cards are issued online and available at the login page of adv42020.hryssc.in. The commission has scheduled to conduct Haryana Police Constable (Male & Female) OMR-based written exam on August 07 and 08, 2021.
To download the HSSC admit card for advt 04/2020, the candidates need to copy and paste the direct link (adv42020.hryssc.in/ApplicationPages/ValidateLoginForAdmitCardTable.aspx) in search bar. Thereafter, they need to click on a link "Download Admit Card" tab. In a new window admit card sign-in page will open. They need to enter their application form number, date of birth or mother's name in the required columns. Upon proceeding, the HSSC Police admit card will generate. All the candidates have to download and print their admit cards online.
HSSC Advt. 04/2020 will have to download their admit cards for appearing in the examination.
According to an official notice, "Admit Cards for the written examination of the candidates who have applied for Constable advt 05/2019, will be uploaded on the Commission website, hssc.gov.in. The candidates can download the admit cards from the Commission website from 31 July 2021 onwards".
The Commission will be conducting the offline written exam on scheduled dates in multiple shifts. The exam is proposed to be held in multiple districts of Haryana state, following the COVID-19 guidelines and safety protocols issued by state and central government from time to time.
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According to the HSSC notice, the Constable written test will comprise 100 multiple-choice type questions. The duration of the written exam will be 90 minutes. Each question carries 0.80 marks. Wherever there is no provision of negative marking in the Haryana Police written exam. The exam is divided into two parts -
a) 75% weightage for General Awareness, Reasoning, Maths, Science, Computer, English, Hindi, Animal Husbandry etc.
b) 25% weightage for History, Current Affairs, Literature, Geography, Civics, Environment, Culture, etc. of Haryana