Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) is expected to soon declare the result of the Police Constable (Male) Exam 2021. The result will be declared based on the normalization process on its website hssc.gov.in. The candidates who appear for the HSSC Male Constable exam will get their results online at hssc.gov.in. It is expected that the Knowledge Test (written examination) result can be announced by November 20. However, any official date of the result has not been notified by the commission.
At present, the commission has uploaded the official answer key of the HSSC Constable (Male) Exam 2021 held from October 31 to November 02, 2021. The candidates have been given a schedule to raise objections against the answer key till November 12, 2021, up to 5:00 PM. Once the objections are submitted, it is most likely the commission declares the Constable result within 10 days.
Based on the past trends the result is being announced in the late evening on the website. The result of the Sub-Inspector (Male) was declared on October 19, while the written examination was held on September 26 and October 13, 2021. The candidates were provided an opportunity to raise objections from October 15 to 17. Similarly, for the post of Constable (Female), the result was declared on October 08. The written examination was held on September 18 and 19, 2021.
There were 100 questions asked in the Male Constable examination. Each question carries 0.8 mark for the correct response, while there is no negative marking for wrong answers. To shortlist the candidates for the next stage commission will decide the cutoff marks. Out of 80 marks, a cut-off will be prepared based on normalization.
According to the sources, HSSC Police Constable papers were difficult in comparison to all exams that were held this year. Hence, the cut-off for General, EWS, SC, ST, BCA, BCB, and ESM categories shall remain lower than of Sub Inspector and Female Constable.
Here below is the expected cut-off for HSSC Constable (Male) Exam 2021. It should be noted that the calculation is tentative and based on experts' opinions framed after students submitted their expected marks.
Expected questions to be correct
(Out of 100)
|General||Minimum 50 questions correct|
|EWS||Minimum 48 questions correct|
|BCA||Minimum 46 questions correct|
|SC||Minimum 42 questions correct|
|BCB||Minimum 45 questions correct|
|ExM||Minimum 38 questions correct|
Haryana Staff Selection Commission reserves the right to decide the cut-off marks. It has been provisioned that candidates, equaling 07 times the number of vacancies in each category will be declared qualified through the Knowledge Test (KT).