HSSC Recruitment 2018: Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) has discharged an official warning and welcomed online application from the qualified possibility for different posts under the Group D Recruitment. Every single intrigued applicant who need to apply for the HSSC Recruitment 2018 can check the official notice and afterward apply on the web. Here are the points of interest of the HSSC Recruitment 2018.
HSSC Recruitment 2018 – Important Dates
The Haryana Staff Selection Commission discharged the official notice with respect to the Group D posts on 26th August 2018. The way toward filling and accommodation of the application began on 29th August. The last date to fill the application frame for the Group D posts in Haryana SSC is eighteenth September and the end date of accommodation of use expense is 21st September 2018. Competitors are prompted not to sit tight for the last date and apply as quickly as time permits.
HSSC Recruitment 2018 – Other Important Details
Application Fee: For the General Category male competitors, the application charge is Rs.100 and for the female applicants of the general classification the application expense is Rs.50. The application charge for the SC/BC class male hopefuls is Rs.50 and the application expense for female competitors is Rs.25. There is no application expense for the PWD competitors.
Opening: according to the official notice discharged by the Haryana Staff Selection Commission, there are add up to 18218 opportunities for Group D posts. These opening are isolated as class savvy. For the General Category, there are add up to 8312 opportunities in HSSC. For the SC Category, there are add up to 4245 opportunities in HSSC. For the BCA Category, there are 3345 opening and for the BCB classification, there are add up to 2316 opportunities. Out of the aggregate opportunities, 4% of the aggregate seats are saved for the PWD applicants.
Choice Criteria: The competitors will be chosen based on the execution in the composed exam and the Socio-Economic Criteria and Experience. For the composed examination, the greatest imprints are 90 and 10 marks are for the Economic Criteria and Experience.
The composed examination according to Staff Selection Commission will have 75% weightage for the General Awareness, Reasoning, Science, Maths, Hindi, English and 25% weightage for the History, Current Affairs, Literature, Geography, Civics, Culture of Haryana and Environment. For more points of interest, hopefuls can check the official warning of HSSC.