Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) has geared up to conduct Written Examination for the post of Constable and Sub Inspector (Male & Female) in Haryana Police Department. HSSC is on verge to conclude the pre-exam proceedings by next week and likely get the nod from the state Government for the smooth conduct of written examination on nearly 5,000 posts in Haryana Police Department.
According to a press release, the process is moving ahead for the clearance of file in regarding the conduct of examination for the posts of Constable (General Duty) and Sub-Inspector (SI) under Advertisement Number 06/2019. "It is expected that by next week the file shall get clearance from the State Government", report adds.
Haryana Staff Selection Commission has scheduled to conduct pending recruitment examinations starting in the month of November 2020. Facing a delay in the examination schedule due to Covid-19 pandemic, in his recent Interview HSSC Official has hinted over the Commission's aim to ramp-up the examination related activities as soon the situation becomes more conducive.
Commission to conduct advt no 06/2019 written examination for the posts of Constable (Male) Cat no- 1, Constable (Female) Cat no- 2 and Sub Inspector (Male)- Cat. no 3. The recruitment examination to be conducted for the recruitment of 6,000 Constable (Male & Female) General duty and 400 Sub Inspector (Male) posts in Haryana Police Department. As per reports, more than 5 lakh candidates who have applied for the 6,400 posts of Constable and Sub Inspector in Haryana Police are looking for the examination schedule.
All candidates shall have to undergo a Knowledge Test of Eighty (80) marks comprising objective type, multiple choice questions. The Knowledge Test shall be of the objective type having hundred (100) multiple choice questions of 80 marks each and test shall be of ninety (90) minutes duration. The medium of examination shall be bilingual i.e. both in English as well as in Hindi.
Commission put a halt on the examination related activities on March 24, 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic, following the guidelines of the Ministry of Home Affairs. However, following the Supreme Court's order Commission on July 23, successfully conducted the OMR based written examination for the post of PTI against 1883 posts.