The Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) has decided not to cover pending recruitments under Common Entrance Test, CET. In a recent report submitted by the Government of Haryana to the Commission, it is suggested that the pending exams should not be brought under the newly implemented Common Entrance Test (CET). The State Cheif Secretary meeting with HSSC Chairman Bhopal Singh stated that the pending recruitments can be made as per previous regulations.
With this, it has been made clear that the pending Haryana SSC-released recruitments will be made according to the previous structures. The Haryana state recruitment exams over 22,000 posts of Haryana Police Constable, Sub Inspector, Patwari, Canal Patwari, and Gram Sachiv avoid barriers of CET and One Time Registration portal. These recruitments are pending for more than 1 year and delayed due to clarities from the state government after setting up the One Time Registration Portal for CET.
After getting the nod from the state government, both students and the commission have a big relief. Haryana Staff Selection Commission has now way ahead to release the examination schedule on these 22,000 posts. The commission is expected to soon release the exam dates for Haryana Police, Patwari, Canal Patwari, and Gram Sachiv posts.
Earlier, HSSC had canceled the Gram Sachiv examination after it was found leaked at some exam centers. The examination was conducted in February 2021. To avoid unfair means in the examination and multiple registrations for different posts, Haryana Government introduced the 'One Time Registration' portal.
The state government has expressed optimism over conducting the pending HSSC exams in the coming months. Curbing the cheating cases, the government has decided to not assign the same exam centers that have been found alleged in Cheating or unfair means.
Resuming its services, Haryana Staff Selection Commission has recently released a schedule of examination for various posts. The commission will be conducting an Offline, OMR-based examination for said posts in the second half of July 2021.