HSSC Recruitment 2018: Haryana Staff Selection Commission has released the official notice regarding the exam dates for the HSSC Group D posts. All the candidates who have applied for the Group D posts in Staff Selection Commission of Haryana can check the exam details in the notice released by the HSSC. The Group D posts exam in HSSC is scheduled to be held in November. Here are the complete details.
HSSC Recruitment 2018 For Group D Posts Exam Date
As per the official notice released by the Staff Selection Commission of Haryana, the Group D post exam will be held in the month of November. This will be a written exam on the OMR Sheets based. As per the Exam schedule, the paper for Group D posts will be held on 4 days in November. The exam dates for HSSC Exam 2018 are 10th, 11th, 17th, and 18th November.
The exam will be held by Haryana Staff Selection Commission in two shifts on these 4 days. The first shift will start from 10:30 am and the second shift will begin at 3 pm. There will no entry in the examination hall after 9:30 am in the morning session and 2 pm for the evening session. The total duration of the written exam is 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Haryana Staff Selection Commission will release the admit card for the Group D exam on 29th October for the exam to be held on 10th and 11th November. While the admit cards of the exam to be held on 17th and 18th will be released on 7th November 2018. The details of the examination center will be available on the admit card.
HSSC Recruitment 2018 For Group D Posts – Selection Criteria
For the selection of candidates for the Group D posts, the Haryana SSC will conduct the written examination. The written examination will be of 90 marks and candidates will have to attempt the paper in 90 minutes. There will be total 90 MCQ’s in the test and out of which 75% questions will be from General Awareness, Reasoning, Maths, English, Hindi, Science, and relevant subject. 25% weightage of the questions will be on History, Current Affairs, Geography civics and culture of Haryana. There will be 10 marks for the Socio-Economic Criteria and Experience as per Staff Selection Commission notification.