HSSC Recruitment 2018 – Application Form, Apply Online, Syllabus, Admit Card

HSSC 2018 Admit Card & Apply Online :

Haryana Constable GD & SI 2018 official notification is released and it is a great opportunity for eligible candidates. The Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) is going to invite online applications for HSSC Constable (GD) & SI 2018 on its web portal. With this recruitment event, the commission is planning to recruit both male and female candidates on the post of constable. In this article you can get complete details about this recruitment event like no. of vacancies, important dates, eligibility criteria, application process, syllabus, exam pattern, admit card, results and cutoff.

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HSSC Constable & SI 2018 Official Notification

Official notification for HSSC Constable (GD) & SI 2018 recruitment is out now and available on website to read/download. This upcoming recruitment event will be an opportunity for those candidates who wish to get a police job. As per available stats, every year more than 1 lakh people apply for this recruitment event.

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Exam conducted byHaryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC)
Exam nameHSSC Constable (GD) & SI 2018
Date of NotificationApril 16th 2018
Posts nameConstable and Sub-inspector
Essential Qualification10+2 and graduation respectively
Apply MediumOnline
Online application (start and end)April 28th to May 28th 2018 (by 11:59 PM)
Last Date for deposit of feeMay 30th, 2018 (by 11:59 PM)
Date of Knowledge TestYet to be released
Date of Physical Measurement Test (PMT)Yet to be released
Date of Physical Screening Test (PST)Yet to be released
Date of scrutiny of documentsYet to be released
Date of Interview-cum-Personality Test (I-PT)Yet to be released
Final results will be announced onYet to be released
Apply online onHSSC’s official website

HSSC Constable & SI 2018 Vacancies

According to latest information, the total number of Haryana GD Constable Vacancies will be 6647, SI vacancies will be 463. However, this number is tentative and can be changed. Category-wise distribution of vacancies is shown in below given table:

CategoryGeneralSCBCABCBESM GeneralESM SCESM BCAESM BCBTotal
General Duty (GD)
Male23009007004003501001001505000
Female52820616192802323341147
Indian Reserve Battalions
Only for Male23090704035101015500
Sub-Inspector
Male184725632288812400
Female291295411263

HSSC Constable & SI 2018 Eligibility Criteria

Age Limit

For the post of constable, a candidate should be minimum 18 years and maximum 25 years of age and for the post of Sub-inspector (SI), a candidate should be 21 years old but not more than 27 years. Age limit for both posts will be considered as on April 1st 2018. Relaxation in maximum age limit will be applicable for the candidates belonging to reserved categories. Relaxation in upper age limit will be applicable as 3 years for OBC & 5 years for SC/ST candidates.

Essential Education Qualification

If you are interested to apply for constable post, then you must have passed 10+2 or its equivalent examination from a recognized central or state board. On the other hand, if you will apply for Sub-inspector post then you must have passed graduation from any recognized university or its equivalent. For both posts, Hindi/Sanskrit up to class 10th or above is must. In addition to this, you are also required to know that this minimum educational qualification will be applicable for all the candidates belonging to any category.

Minimum Physical Measurement

Along with age limit and minimum educational qualification, there will be also some physical parameters that need to be met. These are of qualifying nature and applicable for both constable & SI posts.

CategoryHeight (in cm)Chest (in cm)
Male170 for general category’s candidates83 (without expansion) to 87 (with expansion)
168 for reserve categories’ candidates81 (without expansion) to 85 (with expansion)
Female158 for general category’s candidatesNil
156 for reserve categories’ candidates

Note- In case of Schedule Tribe, Schedule Caste, Ex-serviceman & backward classes category, relaxation in physical standard to the extent of 1 inch in chest and 1 inch in height measurement shall be given.

HSSC Constable & SI 2018 Post-wise Application Fee and Payment

Post name GeneralSC/BC applicants of Haryana State only

Male & Female nonresident of HaryanaFemale of Haryana resident onlyMale
Female
ConstableRs. 100/-Rs. 50/-Rs. 25/-Rs. 13/-
Sub InspectorRs. 150/-Rs. 75Rs. 35/-Rs. 18/-

If applicable for the payment of fee, candidates should have to pay their fee in either online or offline mode. They can deposit their fee through Net banking or e-Challan in any branch of IDBI Bank, Punjab National Bank, State Bank of Patiala and State Bank of India etc.

HSSC Constable & SI 2018 Application Form and Process

To apply for HSSC Constable (GD) & SI 2018, candidates will need to register themselves through online registration process. All the interested candidates should know that only online application form along with applicable fee will be accepted by HSSC. Applications submitted in other modes will not be entertained by the commission. Complete procedure to apply online is given below:

  • Log on to the HSSC’s official website or just click here 
  • Click on the advertisement section where you will find a link for ‘Haryana Police Recruitment 2018’
  • Click on “Apply Online” link
  • Fill and submit the online application form for a new registration
  • Upload photograph, signatures & other required documents wherever applicable
  • Pay application fee (if applicable)
  • Download and save a copy for future reference
  • Submit the application form
  • Print your final submitted application form and keep it safe to use in future

List of documents required for attempting online application

  • Scanned copies of candidate’s signature and photographs
  • Scanned copies of essential qualifications and other necessary certificates
  • Scanned copy of Aadhar Card (Desirable)

HSSC Constable & SI 2018 Exam Pattern & Syllabus

It will be an online knowledge test having 100 MCQs of total 80 marks to be completed in maximum 90 minutes. The question paper will be divided into several sections. Name of each section with syllabus is given below:

Section nameTopics covered

General Knowledge
This section will have MCQs on the following topics- History (India & Haryana), Science & Technology, Indian Constitution, Culture (India & Haryana), Economics (India & Haryana), Environmental Studies, Indian Politics, Geography (India & Haryana), Important Abbreviations, Famous Personalities, Committees & Commissions, Books & Authors, Appointments, Current Affairs – National & International, Sports, Miscellaneous etc.

Reasoning Ability
This section will have MCQs on the following topics: Analogies, Relationship Concepts, Similarities & Differences, Arithmetical Reasoning, Problem-Solving, Verbal & Figure Classification, Directions, Analysis & Judgment, Discrimination, Arithmetical Number Series, Decision-Making, Space Visualization, Coding-Decoding, Figural Series, Visual Memory and Data Sufficiency etc.

Numerical Ability
This section will have MCQs on the following topics: Decimals & Fraction, Profit and Loss, GCF & LCM, Mensuration, Simple & Compound Interest, Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Square roots, Discount, Average, Simplification, Number System, Partnership, Time and Work, Use of Tables and Graphs, Time and Distance, Miscellaneous etc.

Agriculture section
This section will have MCQs on the following topics: Fundamentals of Livestock & Poultry Production, Irrigation & Weed Management, Soils and their management, Principles of Agronomy & Agricultural Meteorology, Microbiology, Entomology, Nursery Technology, Propagation methods in Horticultural crops, Spices, Plantation, Medicinal plants, and Floriculture

Selection Process

The process of selection has 4 stages:

  • Written Test
  • Physical efficiency
  • Medical Fitness
  • Document Verification

A candidate has to score high marks in each stage to move to the next stage during the selection process.

Additional Qualification (10% weightage)

For Constable Post – 4 extra marks will be given to a candidate having graduation degree in any discipline from a recognized university. 3 marks more will be given, if s/he also has a Post Graduate degree in any discipline from a recognized university.

For Sub-Inspector Post – 4 extra marks will be given to a candidate having a graduation degree in any discipline of duration 4 years or more from a recognized university. 3 marks more will be given if s/he also has a Post Graduate degree in any of the following disciplines- Police Science, Criminology, Forensic Science, Forensic Medicine, Computer Engineering/Science and Law.  PG degree should be obtained from a recognized university.

NCC Certificate – The candidates having NCC document of A, B or C level shall get 1, 2 and 3 marks respectively. This additional qualification will be applicable for both constables and Sub-inspector posts.

HSSC Constable & SI 2018 Admit Card

Candidates can download their admit card online from the official website www.hssc.gov.in and they are required to carry the Admit Card  with a valid ID proof on the day of the exam. Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) releases the admit card on the official website 10 to 15 days before the exams.

How to get Admit Card?

  • Open official website
  • Find Admit card link for Constables GD 2018
  • Enter required details
  • Submit to get admit card, check the details and save/print the admit card.

HSSC Constable & SI 2018 Results

The final result will be announced and published on the HSSC’s official website after 2-3 months from the date of examination. The exact result declaration date will be disclosed by HSSC very shortly.

How to check results?

  • Open Home page of Official website
  • Click on results tab on menu bar
  • Find Constable GD 2018 result link to download pdf
  • Check your Roll number

HSSC Constable & SI 2018 Cut-off Marks

The cut-off marks depend on various factors like the difficulty level of exam paper, number of students appearing for the examination, number of vacancies etc. The cut off marks are yet to be released, however it is important to note that there will be a different cutoff for each stage of the examination.

Some Preparation Guidelines for HSSC Constable & SI 2018

Here we are providing some tips that will help you in preparing for the HSSC Constable (GD) 2018

  • Focus on your goal by keeping yourself updated through news papers and online
  • Study one topic at one time and try to solve more questions on that topic to build confidence
  • Be updated on Current Affairs.
  • Revise all topics, especially those have been a part of previous years exams through the online test series or previous years papers available on the website.
  • Solve mock test papers and online tests

Final Words

In the end, we just want to say that if you guys out there still have any query about HSSC Constable (GD) & SI 2018 then feel free to contact us. Here we are always available to help government jobs aspirants. We wish you Best of Luck.

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