HSSC Exams

HSSC 2017 Syllabus for Written Examination has been issued now. The HSSC Exam Syllabus has been prepared and approved in the cabinet meeting.

Main portions of HSSC test are Reasoning (Numerical Ability), GK, Information about Haryana & its History, English Language, Science, Hindi, and Mathematics.

The various posts on offer for recruitment by the Haryana Staff Selection Commission

  1. Water Pump Operator.
  2. Supervisor.
  3. Store Keeper.
  4. Naib Tehsildar.
  5. Gram Sachiv.
  6. Canal Patwari.
  7. Sub Inspector.
  8. Anganwadi Supervisor (Female).
  9. Police Constable (GD, MAP & Bandsman).
  10. Junior Engineer (J.E).
  11. Industrial Extension officer.
  12. Extension assistant.
  13. Lab Attendant, Lab Assistant, Lab Technician.
  14. Junior Scale Stenographer (English & Hindi).
  15. Drivers (Light and Heavy Transport Vehicle).
  16. Conductors.
  17. Steno Typists (Hindi & English).
  18. Senior Scale Stenographer (Hindi & English).

    HSSC Exam Pattern 2017

    The candidates who are appearing for the Haryana Staff Selection Commission Examination will have to go through MCQ questions in the examination. Total Number of Questions will be 100 and there will be two sections in the paper.

    The candidates will be getting two marks for each right answer answered by them in the two different sections of the examination. The timing term of Examination will be around 90 minutes.

    First Part of Written Examination consists following questions from following subject (75% portion of written test):

    1. General Awareness.
    2. Reasoning.
    3. Maths.
    4. Science.
    5. English.
    6. Hindi.

    While for remaining 25% content of the paper is General Knowledge regarding Haryana state will be asked in the second part of HSSC written test. In last, the interview will be conducted for 25 Marks. So there will be 225 marks for complete recruitment under HSSC

HSSC Haryana Police Constable Syllabus 2017

Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) is going to conduct examination for the recruitment of Constable (Male & Female) in Haryana Police. In the selection process candidates have to appear in five various phases. Here we are describing full Haryana Police Selection Process step by step.

S E L E C T I O N   P R O C E S S :

  1. Physical Screening Test (PST)
  2. Knowledge Test (Written)
  3. Scrutiny of Documents (Documentation)
  4. Physical Measurement Test (PMT)
  5. Interview-cum-Personality Test (I-PT)

Physical Screening Test (PST)

All candidates shall be put to a Physical Screening Test carrying maximum fifteen marks to judge their physical fitness and endurance. The standards prescribed for this test shall be as under:-

Candidates Test distance Qualifying Time
Male 5.0 Kilometer 25 minutes
Female 2.5 Kilometer 15 minutes
Ex.-serviceman 2.5 Kilometer 13 minutes

The candidates who qualify the standards prescribed for PST shall take part in the further process of selection. Such candidates on the basis of their performance in PST i.e. time taken by them to complete the prescribed test distance shall be awarded marks as per the scale prescribed hereunder:-

Male Female Ex.-Servicemen Marks
25 min 15 min 13 min 10
24 min 14 min 12 min 11
23 min 13 min 11 min 12
22 min 12 min 10 min 13
21 min 11 min 09 min 14
20 min 10 min 08 min 15

The candidates who are appearing for the Haryana Staff Selection Commission Examination will have to go through MCQ questions in the examination. Total Number of Questions will be 100 and there will be two sections in the paper.

The candidates will be getting two marks for each right answer answered by them in the two different sections of the examination. The timing term of Examination will be around 90 minutes.

First Part of Written Examination consists following questions from following subject (75% portion of written test):

  1. General Awareness.
  2. Reasoning.
  3. Maths.
  4. Science.
  5. English.
  6. Hindi.

While for remaining 25% content of the paper is General Knowledge regarding Haryana state will be asked in the second part of HSSC written test. In last, the interview will be conducted for 25 Marks. So there will be 225 marks for complete recruitment under HSSC

Physical Measurement Test (PMT)

The candidates who possess any extra height over and above the minimum prescribed standard for recruitment shall be awarded additional marks, called ‘Advantage score’ as per scale prescribed hereunder :

Height in cms
(Male)
Height in cms
(Female)
Marks
172 General Category 160 General Category 10
169 to 172 For eligible reserve categories as per latest existing Government Reservation Policy 157 to 160 For eligible reserve categories as per latest existing Government Reservation Policy
175 163 11
178 166 12
181 169 13
184 172 14
187 and above 173 and above 15

Interview-cum-Personality Test

► Candidates who qualify the Physical Screening Test shall be called for Interview–cum-Personality Test on the basis of their combined scores in (Physical Screening Test + Knowledge Test + Physical Measurement Test), upto maximum three times the number of vacancies advertised in each category.

► The Interview test shall be of total ten marks. Further distribution of ten marks for the Interview test shall be as follows:
(i) Education (maximum 02 marks): Candidate with higher education i.e with Graduate degree shall get one mark; while, candidate with Post Graduate degree shall get total 02 marks.
(ii) NCC Certificate (maximum 03 marks): Candidate having highest NCC certificate of A, B or C, level shall get 01, 02 and 03 marks respectively.
(iii) Interview cum Personality Test (I-PT) test (maximum 05 marks).

For More Details :- http://www.hssc.gov.in/