Haryana SSC Recruitment 2018: The Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) has released the examination schedule for the post of SI (Sub Inspector) and Constable Posts on the official website. The candidates who have applied for the post of SI and Constable in the Haryana Police can check the details in the official notification. Along with the schedule, the HSSC also released the admit card release date. Here are the complete details.
Haryana SSC Recruitment 2018 – Examination schedule and Admit Card Release Date
As per the examination schedule released by the Haryana Staff Selection Commission for the post of SI and Constable, the exam will start from 2nd December. The examination will be held on three days – 2nd December 2018, 23rd December 2018 and 30th December 2018. The exam will be held in two shifts on each day i.e Morning Session and Evening Session.
On 2nd December 2018, Haryana SSC will conduct the exam for the Sub Inspector post (Male) in the Morning Session and the exam for female candidates in the evening session. The admit cards for this exam will be released by the Commission on 26th November 2018. On 23rd December 2018, Haryana Staff Selection Commission will conduct the exam for Male Constable General Duty Posts.
The admit cards for the Constable Exam which is scheduled to be held on 23rd December 2018 will be released on 15th December 2018. The female constable exam and Indian Reserve Battalion of Haryana State exam will be held on 30th December 2018. The admit cards for these exams will be available on 24th December 2018.
As said above that there will be two shifts each day for the exam. The morning shift of the exam will begin from 10:30 am and will end at 12 noon while the evening shift of the exam will begin at 3 pm and will end at 4:30. For the morning session of the exam, the entry in the examination hall will close at 9:30 am and for the evening session, the entry will close at 2 pm.
The selection of candidates for the post of Sub Inspector and Constable in Haryana Police is based on the written examination. There will be total 100 objective type questions of 0.80 marks each. The candidates will get 1 hour 30 minutes to attempt the question paper.