Haryana Staff Selection Commission has published the Female Constable official answer key on its website hssc.gov.in. The female candidates who appear for the exam now can check and download their paper booklet code-wise answer keys of 18 and 19 September Morning and Evening shift examinations. They may raise challenges, if any, from September 24 to 26, 2021.
The answer key for the post of Female Constable (GD) September 18 (Evening Session) exam, September 19 (Morning Session and Evening Session) exams along with the notice for raising objection and normalization is available at hssc.gov.in.
The commission has also decided to adopt the normalization method for evaluating the OMR answer sheets. Releasing an official notice the commission said that the result shall be prepared on basis of the percentile of marks obtained by candidates as per the normalization process suggested by the Indian Statistical Institute. Further, it said that on the advice of the Indian Statistical Institute, it shall adopt the percentile method of normalization as the examination was held in multiple shifts and the chief examiner was different.
HSSC normalization notice has also been made available on the website of HSSC i.e. hssc.gov.in and also published in newspapers i.e Punjab Kesari, Hari Bhoomi, Dainik Jagran, Dainik Bhaskar, The Tribune, and Hindustan Times, the official notice adds.
The OMR-based examination for Advt 4/2020 Category-2 for Female Constable in Police Department, Haryana was successfully held on September 18 and 19, 2021. On day 1, the exam was held in a single shift while the exam was held in two shifts on the second day.
The examination consisted of a total of 100 multiple-choice questions based upon the HSSC prescribed syllabus. It should be noted that there is no provision of negative marking for wrong answers.
If any candidate has any objection regarding any answer, he/she may submit his/ her objection. The candidate needs to follow the steps given below:
1. Go to www.hssc.gov.in.
2. Click on the 'Inviting Objection for answer key (Cat. No. 02, Advt. No. 04/2020)' button.
3. The objection raised by any candidate by any other means will not be entertained.
The candidate has to submit his or her objection from September 24 to 26, 2021 up to 5:00 PM. The candidates have to clearly specify the objection along with the name of the Post, Advt. No., Category No., Date of Examination, Set Code, Shift/ Session, and question no. on which the objection is raised. No objection will be entertained by the Commission after the closing of the window.