According to a press report, the Haryana Police Male Constable re-exam is likely to be held in October-end this year. Further, the written examination for Gram Sachiv has also been rescheduled for December 11 and 12, 2021. Within eight months, both these exams were canceled by the Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) after papers were found leaked.
Earlier, the Male Constable exam was scheduled on August 07 & 08, 2021. The commission conducted the written exam on August 07 but, later it was canceled after the paper was found leaked. While cancelling the Male Constable exam, HSSC said that it will issue the new exam date later.
In addition to this, while interacting with the media personnel HSSC Chairman Bhopal Singh assured the aspirants that the commission is working on to conduct the safe examination this time and will release the new dates soon.
On the other hand, Gram Sachiv exam is now scheduled to be held on December 11 and 12, 2021. The same examination was earlier held on January 09, 2021, but later canceled due to the paper leak.
Based on press release, the commission is planning to conduct both of these popular group c recruitment exams by year-end. In the same row, Commission released a tentative schedule for Gram Sachiv, Patwari, and Canal Patwari exams along with Police Constable, Constable (Commando-Wing), and Sub Inspector exams this year. It proposed to reconduct the Gram Sachiv exam in December 2021.
Here below is the discusssion shared by Study Mantra Education regarding the press release.
On Tuesday, August 17, HSSC postponed the Sub Inspector (Male & Female) examination to a new date. The examiantion was supposed to be held on August 29, 2021. According to the report, the decision is taken on the request of candidates who reached out to the HSSC regarding paper clash with AFCAT 2 Examination.